Duffy, Bob

Arch & Urban Planning


Bob was raised in Oconomowoc, left the community to pursue his college education. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography/Urban & Area Development from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, and a Masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He also hold a Wisconsin Real Estate Sales license.

He past experience include planning positions at the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, as well as the Menominee Indian Nation where he planned, and construction managed the creation of a community from the ground-up. Bob also served as the Hortonville Village Administrator, with the responsibility for the community vision, as well as oversight and direction of municipal day to day operations.

He has returned to my hometown, and is currently the Director of Economic Development and Tourism for the City of Oconomowoc. Current projects being undertaken at this time are: downtown revitalization, business expansion and retention, tourism, community development projects such as Pabst Farms & Olympia Fields planned development projects, as well as promoting Oconomowoc’s sustainability efforts as an economic development attraction strategy.


UP 684 - Planning Local Economic Development