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Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, Racine, population 78,000, is the fifth largest city in Wisconsin. Racine has a deep-rooted history in manufacturing and industrial innovation that continues today with global companies such as SC Johnson, Modine, InSinkErator, Twin Disc and many other businesses calling Racine home. From our vibrant beachfront and marina to our active downtown and business and commercial districts to our engaging arts and cultural institutions, the City of Racine is a welcoming community that offers unique experiences for residents and visitors.

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Racine, Wisconsin 53403, USA

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Distances

Milwaukee, Mitchell Airport (MKE)  - 27 Miles
Chicago, O'Hare Airport (ORD) - 59 Miles
Chicago, Midway Airport - 88 Miles
Sturtevant, Amtrak Train Station - 8 Miles

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Racine Named a ‘Spectacular Small Town’

North Beach Racine WI named as a spectacular city

According to Matador Network in their article titled, “5 Underrated US Towns That are Small but Spectacular” Racine, WI ranks No. 4!

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Racine Ranked No. 9 for Small & Mid-Sized Metros with Most Manufacturing Jobs

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In a recent study, published by Smartest Dollar, the City of Racine ranked No. 9 for small and midsized metros with the most manufacturing jobs, as well as No. 10 in overall percentage of employment in manufacturing.

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Racine's Reefpoint Marina Named One of Best in the Country

racine's reefpoint marina

Reefpoint took third place in Marina Life Magazine’s Best Marina Contest — the highest rating for any marina in the Midwest or on the Great Lakes!

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