North Bay is a scenic residential community located in eastern Racine County, Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. With 97 homes and a population just under 250, North Bay offers a high quality of life in a peaceful setting.
North Bay is governed by an elected six-member Executive Board, comprised of a village president, clerk, treasurer and three trustees. Board members are elected to staggered, two-year terms. The Board holds regular meetings on the second Monday of each month at the Village Hall (3615 Hennepin Place). All meetings are open to the public.
North Bay History
During the latter part of 1951, legal steps were taken to incorporate the Village of North Bay. At a special meeting on October 1, 1951, the citizens indicated unanimous approval for incorporation. The official election to vote upon the question of incorporation took place December 22, 1951, and was overwhelmingly carried. The Village was officially incorporated on December 31, 1951.
On the evening of January 8, 1952, the nominees were presented for the first village offices. On January 31, 1952, a special election was held to elect the first officers of the Village of North Bay.