DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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READY TO SHAPE MUKWONAGO’S FUTURE

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YOU GAVE US YOUR INPUT

See the Final Strategic Plan Here

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MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF

See what we see. Hear what we hear. Let others know.

MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF

See what we see. Hear what we hear. Let others know.
This “Make Downtown Yours” website was created to ensure the process of shaping the future of Mukwonago is transparent and inclusive. We seek a collaborative plan with as much input as possible from people interested in what the future holds for downtown Mukwonago.

Upcoming  Business

Current Focus

We are drafting a Request For Proposals (RFP) to make the Downtown Streetscaping and Wayfinding Signage Project a reality.

The next virtual DDC meeting is Thursday January 28th, 6:00 PM

Downtown Development Committee agenda's found HERE when they become available. Zoom link information can be found on the agenda. Please join us!

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CONTACT INFORMATION

John Fellows - Community Planner
Email: jfellows@villageofmukwonago.com

Daniel Adler - DDC Chairperson
Email: dadler@villageofmukwonago.com

What Others Are Saying

The health of our downtown is a direct reflection on how our community sees itself. Downtown Mukwonago is important because it serves as a center for many community activities, it’s home to our community’s most historic buildings and it is truly a unique place with unique opportunities – no other downtown in the world is exactly like ours.

Tina Chitwood

Mukwonago Resident, Senior Economic Development Director at Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

“We applaud Mukwonago’s Village Board and the Downtown Development Committee collaborative efforts to “Make Downtown Yours”.  Similar to successful schools, a vital downtown can attract visitors, businesses, and families to the Village.  Residents, business leaders, and elected officials working together can implement the strategic plan and ensure downtown Mukwonago remains a place where life, leisure, and business thrive.”

Shawn McNulty

Superintendent of Schools, Mukwonago Area School District

“Preserving Mukwonago’s rich cultural history, small-town atmosphere, and numerous social events while preparing for targeted reinvestment opportunities is the cornerstone of ensuring our Downtown stays vibrant, attractive, and walkable. I look forward to the committee’s efforts to further implement the goals of the Comprehensive Plan through an inclusive and collaborative partnership between the Downtown Steering Committee, residents, business owners, and the Village Elected Officials and staff. I personally welcome anyone who wants to engage in helping to develop a Strategic Plan for the Downtown.”
John S. Weidl

Mukwonago Village Administrator, Director of Economic Development