Deerfield is a thriving community is located in central Dane County in south central Wisconsin. Deerfield has a vision to preserve its small town, rural heritage, distinct natural resources and historical character, and to assure a safe and quality way of life, while at the same time promoting excellent education, pleasing neighborhoods, viable commercial and residential growth, diverse leisure time options, and a strong economic base for the community. Deerfield enjoys the rural atmosphere with the convenience of being close to larger cities. There are four school districts within the town and they are: Deerfield, Cambridge, Marshall and Stoughton.
Conveniently located near several major highways, the area has easy access to Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago. Located on State Highway 73 between Interstate 94 and State Highways 12 and 18, Deerfield is 10 minutes east of Madison and 5 minutes west of the Cambridge/Lake Ripley and Lake Mills/Rock Lake areas. Additionally, Deerfield is only 35 minutes west of the Milwaukee metropolitan area and less than 2 hours from the Chicago metropolitan area via the convenient Interstate highway system.
The total population is 2319.
(All information is provided by the Village, Town, City, School District and/or Chamber of Commerce)