Once Massive, St. Croix County Is Still a Fast Growing Part of Wisconsin
Yet another county with a very French name, St. Croix (rhymes with boy) County is named after the Saint Croix river, whose name’s origins are unclear. All the same, St. Croix County used to be truly massive, encompassing a huge portion of Minnesota and significant parts of northwest Wisconsin. Over the years, it has been cut about two dozen “normal” sized counties, but it is still a thriving part of the state. Statistically considered part of the Minneapolis metro, St. Croix County posted the most growth of any county in Wisconsin between the 2000 and 2010.
Rapidly expanding in population but reduced in size, St. Croix County is served for one flat rate by our process serving team.
We have nothing personal against St. Croix County, but we are glad it is so much smaller than it used to be. Otherwise, serving the whole county for a flat rate might not be feasible. We cover the entire county, as it now exists, for one low, flat rate. From a business service in downtown Hudson to a divorce paper in Stanton, the service fee is the same. Not charging mileage or attempt fees is just one way we help individuals and large law firms keep litigation costs down.
We serve every municipality in St. Croix County, including the following villages, towns and cities:
- Deer Park
- Eau Galle
- Erin Prairie
- Glenwood City
- New Richmond
- North Hudson
- Pleasant Valley
- River Falls
- Rush River
- Spring Valley
- St. Joseph
- Star Prairie
All of our flat service rates are based upon the county where you want us to attempt. Most of the cities in St. Croix County are firmly inside the county lines, but there are a few locations that stretch into neighboring areas, especially along the Pierce County border. To be sure you’re quoted the right amount for your service fee, give us a call before sending in the papers. When you give us the address you need attempted, we can establish exactly where it is located and let you know what it will cost to attempt your papers.