Waukesha County is located in an affluent, suburban Milwaukee community. The area provides abundant cultural amenities including dozens of museums, art galleries, ballet, symphony, and opera. Enjoy more than 140 parks encompassing 21,000 acres of land. Milwaukee is nicknamed the “The City of Festivals” due to an abundance of major events include the Wisconsin State Fair, Summerfest, and dozens of art and music festivals year-round. The area is a family-friendly community that is surrounded by both private and public schools that excel in academic achievement.
Waukesha is located on the Fox River and boasts a charming downtown with Friday Night Live" every Friday from June - October. One can enjoy the lifestyle of a small city community with easy access to Milwaukee (20 minutes to downtown) Madison 75 Minutes to Downtown or Chicago (< 2 hours to Downtown).
If you enjoy biking, Waukesha County maintains 26 miles of unique and scenic recreational bike trails offering great opportunities for area bikers. In addition to biking trails, the county operates 129 miles of trails for hikers, bikers, runners and even horseback riders.
Residents enjoy the outstanding schools and vibrant business community Waukesha County has to offer.