MKEUnitedSurvey.pngThe City of Milwaukee is experiencing once-in-a-generation development in our downtown, which has created tremendous new opportunities for our city. Milwaukeeans have an opportunity to leverage these investments to ensure that all members of our community share in the prosperity and economic growth. To take advantage of this opportunity, a diverse team of community leaders has united in an unprecedented effort to collectively create a shared vision for Downtown Milwaukee and its adjacent neighborhoods, a vision that will guide us toward an inclusive and vibrant Greater Downtown. This 12-month comprehensive planning process, known as The MKE United Greater Downtown Action Agenda (MKE United), will result in actionable steps to make our shared vision a reality.
Please note the geographic descriptions and boundaries on the map below will be used for the remainder of this survey. These are not entirely comprehensive and we recognize that there are traditional and historic neighborhoods included in these boundaries that are not specified. Additionally, we recognize that the neighborhoods within these eleven larger areas are not homogeneous and have physically and culturally distinct attributes. Below we have provided the historic neighborhoods included in each of our geographic boundaries:
  • Brewer’s Hill/Harambee: Brewer’s Hill, Halyard Park, Riverwest (South)
  • Clarke Square: Clarke Square
  • Downtown: Haymarket, Hillside (South), Juneau Town, Kilbourn Town, Schlitz Park, Yankee Hill
  • Historic Third Ward: Historic Third Ward
  • King Drive/Bronzeville: Hillside (North)
  • Lindsay Heights/Fondy-North: King Park, Midtown, Park View, Triangle, Triangle North
  • Lower East Side: Lower East Side
  • Menomonee Valley (East): Menomonee Valley, Mitchell Park
  • Near West Side (East): Avenues West, Marquette
  • Walker’s Point: Harbor View, Walker’s Point (East)
  • Walker’s Square: Walker’s Point (West)


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