General Information
Located in scenic Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, 20 miles north of Milwaukee
35 miles from Waukesha, and 142 miles from Chicago.
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Population: 11,959 (Village) - 4,065 (Town)
Median Age 42 Years (Village) 46 Years (Town)
Median Home Value: $212,200 (Village) $268,900 (Town)
Median Rental Unit Price: $962 (Village) $770 (Town)

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Major Retailers
Blains Farm and Fleet, Costco, Dick's Sporting Goods, Home Depot, Kohl's, Meijer, Men's Wharehouse, Michael's, PetSmart, Pick 'n Save, Sendik's, Target, TJ Max, Ulta


Major Health Care Facilities
Aurora Medical Center, Aurora cancer Center, Aurora Advanced Healthcare & Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Medical Center


Grafton, Wisconsin is a dynamic community of more than 11,500 residents, located in the heart of Ozaukee County. It is a village with a historical past. The area was first explored in 1670 by two Jesuit priests from Green Bay--Fathers Allouez and Dablon. Until the late 1820's, the area was occupied by the Potawatomi Indians. In 1839, Timothy Wooden and Jacob Eichler became the first permanent white settlers. The change from raw wilderness to pioneer civilization was accomplished by men like them. By 1840, development was underway. Towering forests became lumber. Fields produced crops, mainly wheat. The river provided power for grist mill; quarries yielded stone. Hardy men and women created homes and industries and Grafton became a trading center.

Now Grafton continues to progress in harmony with its heritage. Its industries thrive, it is a community of well-kept homes on tree-lined streets; its facilities expand to meet its growing educational, business, religious and family needs. Grafton is great--for living, for working, for getting more out of life.