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Population: 928,018
Area: 242 sq. miles
County Seat: Milwaukee
Area Code(s): 414
Time Zone: Central

Milwaukee County is located on the eastern border of Wisconsin along the western shore of Lake Michigan. With an estimated 2016 population of 951,448, it is the most populous county in Wisconsin. The county was created in 1834 as part of the Michigan Territory. The boundaries of the county were adjusted through the years until its present boundaries were established in 1846. With the land area of 241 sq. miles, and 948 sq. miles of water, Milwaukee County is the 3rd smallest county in Wisconsin by land area. Ozaukee County; Racine County; Waukesha County; Washington County; Muskegon County, Michigan; and Ottawa County, Michigan, adjoin Milwaukee County. There are 19 cities and villages in Milwaukee County. The city of Milwaukee is the county seat, largest city in the county, and the largest city in the state. Milwaukee is the main cultural and economic center of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. It is the 2nd most densely populated metropolitan area in the Midwest behind Chicago, Illinois. Milwaukee lies along the shores and bluffs of Lake Michigan at the confluence of the Menomonee River, the Kinnickinnic River, and the Milwaukee River. It is a popular venue for Lake Michigan sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, ethnic dining, and cultural festivals. One of Milwaukee's distinctive traits is its residential neighborhoods full of so-called Polish Flats. These are two-family houses with separate entrances with units stacked one on top of another instead of side-by-side. This enables a family to purchase both a home and a modestly priced rental apartment. Since Polish American immigrants prized land ownership, this solution came to be associated with them. The links below provide access to a number of public records and documents including property tax records, land records, birth records, death records, marriage records, genealogy records, election records, court records, and other official records. [1][2]

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