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5 Reasons Menomonee Falls is a Great Place to Live

5 Reasons Menomonee Falls is a Great Place to Live

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Menomonee Falls, WI has much to offer. We are excited to be a part of the great community and in the heart of downtown. Here are a few of our favorite things about the village that will have you falling in love!


1. Excellent School Districts

Both Menomonee Falls and Hamilton School Districts have received recognition at a local and national level. They fall into the top 30 School Districts in Wisconsin.



2. Thriving Downtown

Unique boutiques, salons, and shops are presented in heart of downtown. No need to drive all over searching for the items you need or to find a fun place to spend a day off. And with fun events planned, there’s always something to do in the summer. The Falls boasts of Beer Gardens, Free concerts, and the ever beloved Farmer’s Market.


3. Adventure is Everywhere

Step into Rotary Park for a pickup game of Volleyball or hit the lake at Menomonee Park. You can even go ice skating at Willow Wood Park in the winter! Great times await you. You can also take a stroll around Mill Pond and end at Mill Pond Plaza to enjoy the gorgeous falls.


4. A Winning Village

Menomonee Falls has won several awards since its settlement in the 1840s. It has been named 4th best city in Wisconsin (, Safest City in Wisconsin with over 30,000 (, and 32nd best small town in America (Money Magazine).


5. Phenomenal employers

Menomonee Falls is headquarters to renowned businesses like Kohls. It also boasts proximity to several prestigious companies such as Harley Davidson, Johnson Controls, Quad Graphics, and Northwestern Mutual. Win back more of your day with a shorter commute.


Ready to Move?

Looking to move to Menomonee Falls? Our property, RiverWalk on the Falls, is now leasing! Enjoy living in the heart of downtown providing proximity to shopping, dining, and entertainment as well as a gorgeous view, overlooking the Menomonee River and renowned Falls.


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