Welcome to Mequon
Mequon has a booming culinary scene, beautiful agriculture and an abundance of land. Located 15 miles to the North of Milwaukee and once home to Native Americans, the name “Mequon” means ladle, which reflects the shape in which the river bends through the city center.
NEIGHBORHOOD POINTS OF INTEREST
- Mequon Public Market: A multi-vendor market set in a unique space that includes restaurants and specialty shopping.
- Virmond Park: A 63 acre park that overlooks Lake Michigan. It consists of bluffs, a nature conservancy, hiking trails, and areas to play sports such as volleyball, baseball, soccer and tennis.
- Barthel Fruit Farm: Established in 1839, the Fruit Farm has a rich history. Dairy animals and orchards once covered the land that is now dedicated solely to fruit-growing and sustainability.
Mequon-Thiensville School District
- Population: 24,144
- Avg. Household Income: $116,486
- Avg. Home Price: $496,360
EAT & DRINK FAVORITES
- St. Paul Fish Company: One of the best seafood restaurants in the Greater Milwaukee Area.
- Mr. B’s - A Bartolotta Steakhouse: A classic Wisconsin steakhouse that offers an extensive wine list.
- Foxtown Brewing: Built in the mid-1800s, Foxtown sits upon two levels of original beer caves that are available to tour while enjoying a pint.