2 Most Diverse Places to Live in Wisconsin
- City in Wisconsin
Current Resident: I know that if I were to ever have children, I would want them to grow up in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee has always been my hometown and I love my city with all of its beautiful scenery you can find anywhere. Lake Michigan is a breath-taking view from running in the sand with your dog to biking on the sidewalks! It feel like you're living the California summer life! I will not disagree that the late nights outside are dangerous but that is when the graffiti artists come out and show their creativity to the world! Downtown Milwaukee literally has allies full of art graffiti for those who want to express their art on the free canvas walls. We also have an incredibly rare ice cream stand in the South side of MKE called "Leons" and it has been famously known as Milwaukee's icon! Even Harry Connick Jr. has done a behind-the-scenes review on our great Leons!
- 598,672 Population
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- Town in Wisconsin
Current Resident: I was born and raised in Racine and have lived here for 23 years! The people are all very kind and exhibit Midwestern hospitality. Racine is located on the coast of Lake Michigan and has one of the best beaches in the nation. North Beach stretches north to south for 50 acres along 2,500 feet of shoreline allowing visitors to spread out to play in the soft sand and cool water. It also has a huge playground to add to the fun. Winters are definitely brutal, but it makes the residents of southeastern Wisconsin appreciate the summer so much more. Located just south of Milwaukee, Racine is a prime location if you're looking to go to Summerfest. It's just 20 minutes away from the two-week long music festival – the largest music festival in the world!
- 77,931 Population
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- Suburb of Milwaukee, WI
Nearby Resident: I liked West Milwaukee because the schools were right next to each other. My kids went to the school system and so we went to a lot of different football games with my boys. I really liked at the school they had an PTA where parents could get involved with organizing certain events.
- 4,214 Population
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- Neighborhood in Milwaukee, WI
Current Resident: I really like the area in which I live because the neighbors have lived there for quite some time now and really look out for others in the area. They are all kind and it is an affordable place to live.
My partner and I purchased a house there a few years ago and love how close it is to the airport, to Chicago and to local shopping, only minutes from downtown Milwaukee.
- 8,030 Population
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- Town in Wisconsin
Current Resident: Beautiful scenery, bus routes are far and few, everyone I have met are not very friendly. The night life is average. There has been a couple of random shootings lately. The rents are slightly higher than in Madison. Shopping centers and grocery stores are more expensive than other neighborhoods. I really don't know too much about the schools. I haven't been to the farmers market yet, but I hear that it's lovely . They do have Fitchburg days that is similar to Maxwell street events. They do offer a lot of free entertainment for the children. The police department are very well known and seen.
- 27,254 Population
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