Coast Guard station green bay

Ninth District

100A Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302

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Coast Guard Station (Small) Green Bay, located on Lake Michigan in Green Bay, WI, originally operated out of a houseboat at the mouth of Fox River. In 1992, the houseboat was replaced by the current building. Manned by two active duty personnel, two reservists and approximately 28 members of Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 04-01. The area of responsibility consists of 260 square nautical miles of lower Green Bay and 10 nautical miles of the Fox River. The Stations primary mission is Search and Rescue, but they also perform operations related to pollution and safety patrols and annual bridge inspections.

Additionally, CG Station Green Bay works with the community and is involved in educating the public on boating safety measures through classes, vessel examinations, marine dealer visits and participation in area community events.


Download the Unit Overview document (PDF) to learn more about the unit.


Green Bay is served by the GreenBay – Austin Straubel International Airport, located in Ashwaubenon just west of the city. It is about 14 miles from the airport to CG Station Green Bay, or about a 15 minute drive. 

Green Bay Metro provides mass transit bus service throughout the city and the surrounding areas.

Directions from the nearest highway:

Take I-43 North to Green Bay.
Take the Webster Ave. exit.
Turn right on Webster Ave.
Turn left on Irwin Road.
Go to the end of the road and just before you get there, turn left into the Fox River Boat Launch.
AUXOP Green Bay is on the SW corner of the launch property.


TRICARE Information and News


For a full list of community health centers, visit the Health Center Program at


Check the US News Health directory online at to find the best doctor for your family.


The American Dental Association provides a list of dentists near you on their website


Wisconsin State Statutes (118.14(1)(a)) specify that children are eligible for kindergarten based on their age. To be eligible for 4-year old kindergarten, a child must be 4 by September 1 of the school year. To be eligible for 5-year old kindergarten, a child must be 5 by September 1 of the school year. Placement is not based on a child’s ability, but rather will be determined by age. Compulsory school age in Wisconsin is 6 years, so legally, parents do not have to enroll their 5-year old in kindergarten. However, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction encourages parents to send their children to kindergarten when they are age-eligible.


Green Bay is served by the Green Bay Area Public School District  which is comprised of 36 schools, including three early learning centers that provide a positive first learning experience for four- and five-year olds.


Visit the Green Bay Area Public School District for a list of all of the schools in the area.


The area also offers two Charter Schools:


John Dewey Academy of Learning (6-12)
Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation



The De Pere School District offers several public schools with higher ratings, and many residents working in the Green Bay area prefer to live in areas just outside of the Green Bay city limits. De Pere is about 14 miles south of USCG Station Green Bay, or about a 20-minute drive.


If your child is preparing to attend college, this information on scholarships may be helpful.


Current service members can attend college in their off-duty time and have their military branch pay the tuition. Learn about the Military Tuition Assistance Program. Use the Tuition Assistance (TA) DECIDE tool to help you make the best use of your tuition assistance dollars.


If you were or are in the military, you may be eligible for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) education benefits. If you are a spouse or dependent, you may be eligible too.


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When moving to a new location, it is important to know who to call when you have an emergency or you need help. Below are some organizations you will find useful.


Child Care Aware:

Under the site’s “Child Care 101” tab you’ll find information related to locating quality child care, the types of child care available to you and how to evaluate the child care providers you visit. There’s also a special section for the military child on the website covering topics such as military fee assistance, payments and provider services.


Military Children and Teens Resource Guide


Brown County, Wisconsin


Green Bay, Wisconsin


Department of Public Health – Community Services (920) 448-6000


Department of Public Health – Health Services (920) 448-6479

Child Support (920) 448-4090


Humane Society: Green Bay Campus (920) 469-3110


Sheriff’s Office (920) 448-4200


Brown County Library System (920) 448-4400

Quarterdeck (920) 435-7042



Housing is not available Station Green Bay. Service members are encouraged to seek local housing on the economy.

Maplewood Estates
14.4 miles from CG Station Green Bay

Maplewood Estates offers great schools and plenty of shopping and recreational opportunities in a safe atmosphere.

5.9 miles from CG Station Green Bay

This family-friendly neighborhood is conveniently located within the Green Bay city limits, near Lambeau Field.

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Located in the northeastern part of Wisconsin, Green Bay has a humid continental climate, with four distinct seasons. The summers tend to be hot and humid, and the winters are long, cold and snowy. The warmest month is July with the average temperature reaching 81.2° F. The wettest month in Green Bay is August, with approximately 3.77 inches of rainfall.
The overall cost of living index for the city of Green Bay, WI is 87, which is 9% lower than the Wisconsin average and 13% lower than the national average. The average monthly rent price is $850 for a 2-bedroom apartment. The median home price in Green Bay is $144,500.

Located in Brown County, the Green Bay area offers many recreational opportunities and activities no matter the season. With a population of a little over 100,000, Green Bay is the third largest city in the state of Wisconsin. Visit the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau for all of the local attractions and family-friendly activities this beautiful spot in northeastern Wisconsin has to offer. Here are a few of the popular things to do and see in Green Bay:


The New Zoo Adventure Park  located in Suamico, WI, welcomes over a half a million visitors each year. This popular attraction features the Adventure Park, which has a zip line, rock climbing wall, and a ropes course.


The Neville Public Museum in Brown County is a cultural institute dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to the area. With over one million items in the permanent collections, this historic and must-see museum should be on everyone’s list of places to visit.


Lambeau Field is home to the Green Bay Packers and interestingly, Green Bay is the smallest city in the United States to host a professional sports team.


Green Bay Botanical Garden, a non-profit botanical garden located in Green Bay that opened in 1996, this stunning 47-acre garden offers something for all ages, in any season.


Bay Beach Amusement Park is one of the most popular attractions in the Green Bay area. Located at the mouth of the Fox River, this family-friendly park contains rides, concessions, a roller coaster, and a food pavilion. The park is adjacent to the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.


Visit the National Railroad Museum, located in Ashwaubenon, WI, and learn all about the nation’s railroad history.


Another popular location in the area is Ashwaubomay Lake  a family-friendly 53-acre facility with a 3-million gallon man-made lake, offering picnic tables, beachfront activities and swimming. 


In addition to the many things to do and see, the Green Bay area offers plenty of shopping and dining. There are two shopping malls, the East Town Mall in Green Bay, and the Bay Park Square in the suburb of Ashwaubenon.

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