Belgium is a town in United States. The populace was 1,513 at the 2000 registration. The Village of Belgium is situated inside the town. The unincorporated groups of Decker, Holy Cross, Lake Church, and Sauk Trail Beach are situated in the town. The unincorporated group of Dacada is found in part in the town. During the seventeenth century, pioneers from the Southern Netherlands the region of advanced Belgium lived in a few of the Thirteen Colonies of North America. Settlements as of now existed in New York — in Wallabout Brooklyn, on Long Island and Staten Island—and New Jersey Hoboken, Jersey City, Pavonia, Communipaw, and Wallkill. Afterward, different pioneers moved into the Middle States. Numerous names are gotten from the Walloon transformed migrants who settled there and the Dutch renditions of Walloon words used to depict a district. There were likewise Southern Netherlands states in Connecticut, Delaware, and Pennsylvania set up basically by Walloons, a large number of whom landed with the Dutch West India Company established by Willem Usselincx, a Fleming.