Wisconsin observes the following as official holidays:
|January 1 ||New Year's Day |
|January 15 ||Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day |
| 3rd Monday in February ||Presidents Day |
|Good Friday ||11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (for purposes of worship) |
|Last Monday in May ||Decoration, or Memorial Day |
|June 19 ||Juneteenth Day |
|July 4 ||Independence Day/Indian Rights Day |
|1st Monday in September ||Labor Day |
|2nd Monday in October ||Columbus Day |
|November 11 ||Veterans Day |
|4th Thursday in November ||Thanksgiving Day |
| December 25 ||Christmas Day |
|September ||Primary Day |
|November ||General Election Day |
In every first-class city (a city with a population of over 150,000) , the day municipal elections are held is a holiday, and the afternoon of a primary election is a half holiday.
When a holiday falls on a Sunday, it is observed on the following Monday (WI Code Sec. 995.20).
Reviewed November 2015.