b'MOVE MKE: OZAUKEE COUNTYcommunity, dates back to the turn of the 20th century. It wascampsites, picnic areas, hiking paths and cross-country skiing trails slowly surrounded by Mequon as it began to blossom in the 1950s. for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.Port Washington, the county seat, is the largest community in Cedarburg/Graftonnorthern Ozaukee County. Once one of Lake Michigans major commercial fishing ports, the city still resembles a small fishing Cedarburg is a picturesque town of specialty shops, antique storesvillage. Besides being home to many charter boat captains, Port and intimate restaurants. Its thriving downtown is listed on theWashington offers residents a publicly owned marina and provides National Register of Historic Places and features buildings datingthem with the only Lake Michigan-based water supply in the back to the 1800s. The citys residential base is a mixture of older,county. Because of the communitys ageit was the countys first stately homes and modern subdivisions. Since 1960, thesettlementthe city offers a wide variety of housing, from homes communitys population has more than doubled. Grafton, itsbuilt in the mid-1800s to modern homes in spacious subdivisions. neighbor to the east, is also an historic village. It was established inSaukville is a small community located just northwest of Port the early 1840s to take advantage of the Milwaukee River and hasWashington along Wisconsins Ethnic Settlement Trail. Its quaint been a center of commerce ever since. Because of its location neardowntown, business park and proximity to woodlands and water I-43, Grafton continues to experience significant industrial andhave made it an attractive location for those who love the outdoors.commercial development. Ten miles north of Grafton and Cedarburg is the Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, a livingRiveredge Nature Center, located in the northwestern corner of museum of 24 buildings and structures that were constructedthe county, is a peaceful 351-acre state natural area and sanctuary between 1840 and 1907, including furnished homes, barns andwith cross-country skiing, hiking trails and an outdoor learning outbuildings.laboratory. Also located in the northernmost regions of Ozaukee County are the small rural communities of Fredonia and Belgium. MUNICIPALITYMedian IncomeTime to AirportMedian 2023Unincorporated Waubeka, located within the boundaries of the WebsitePopulation Miles to Downtown Home Sales Price Tax Rate town of Fredonia, proudly claims to be the birthplace of Flag Day CEDARBURG$79,93540 minutes$374,000and is home to the National Flag Day Foundation. Belgium is ci.cedarburg.wi.us12,446 21 miles $13.40 located off I-43 just west of Harrington Beach State Park, where Schools: Cedarburg the villages founders, immigrants from Luxembourg, worked in the quarries.GRAFTON$77,51840 minutes$290,000 village.grafton.wi.us12,26925 miles $14.04 MUNICIPALITYMedian IncomeTime to AirportMedian 2023 Schools: Grafton WebsitePopulation Miles to Downtown Home Sales Price Tax RateBELGIUM$78,70745 minutes$337,500 belgiumwi.gov2,473 30 miles $13.42Schools: Cedar Grove-Belgium AreaFREDONIA$76,53245 minutes$369,000 village.fredonia.wi.us2,28030 miles $15.16Schools: Northern OzaukeePORT WASHINGTON$70,33350 minutes$307,500 portwashingtonwi.gov12,85325 miles $14.14Schools: Port Washington-SaukvilleSAUKVILLE$52,32940 minutes$269,000 village.saukville.wi.us4,247 25 miles $14.90Schools: Northern Ozaukee; Port Washington-SaukvillePort Washington/VISIT MilwaukeeNorthern Ozaukee County BelgiumFredoniaPort WashingtonSaukvilleLake Michigan dominates the landscape in northern Ozaukee County, which includes Belgium, Fredonia, Port Washington and Saukville. Harrington Beach State Park is a nature enthusiasts treasure chest. The 636-acre park contains more than a mile of pristine beach along Lake Michigan. The park also offers discovermilwaukee.com 67'