The Town of Pleasant Valley is located in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin.
The population was 2,681 at the 2000 census. The town covers an area of 54.2 square miles, totaling 34,681 acres of land. The majority is agriculture(75.1%) and residential development (14.1%).
A civil town created December 4, 1858 was originaily named Machias. The name changed to Clear Creek on January 25, 1877. Shortly thereafter the town was named Pleasant Valley on November 20, 1877.
The town is served by Eau Claire Area, Eleva-Strum and Mondovi School Districts, the 7th County Supervisor District, the 31st Senate and 93rd Assembly Districts and 3rd Congressional District.
Posting locations in the Town of Pleasant Valley; Town Hall (Cleghorn), Lunds Auto Sales & Service and The Cleghorn Keg. Monthly board meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:30pm at the Town Hall/Firestation.