The Village of Waterford, located along the Fox River in western Racine County, historically served as the hub of commerce for the surrounding community. The Village, which supports a mix of industrial, manufacturing, retail, and service industries, continues to benefit from its central location.

Incorporated in 1906, the Village covers over two square miles and has a population of 5,400+ people. It is a community rich in small-town charm with large city opportunities. Located just 30 minutes from Racine, Kenosha and Milwaukee, and one hour from Chicago and Madison, Waterford citizens enjoy the best that both small town and big city has to offer.

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Condos, commercial space now available at new Waterford Lofts

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Waterford, WI – Luxury condominium living and prime commercial real estate are now available in the heart of downtown Waterford. Construction is underway on the mixed-use Waterford Lofts, a 28,200 sq. ft. project at 506 E Main Street. The project is a partnership between the Village of Waterford, Wisconsin Redevelopment Group, and Milwaukee-based Selzer-Ornst Construction Company.


The Legacy of Waterford, Wisconsin

Village of Waterford, WI – Located in Western Racine County in Wisconsin, Explore Waterford is a community-based volunteer organization, which is part of the National Main Street Community program authorized by the State of Wisconsin to promote local business in our village and protect the historic nature of our Heritage District.


Groundbreaking marks new business development in Waterford

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“When this site is complete, we anticipate somewhere between $17 and $22 million in investment,” Waterford Village Administrator Zeke Jackson said. The Mercury Development site is expected to eventually house a Dollar General, a Tezlaff Storage facility and Performance Marine of Burlington.