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Kayla's Playground at Franklin Woods

Click here for status updates and details on the Kayla's Playground at Franklin Woods project.

Official Naming of Kayla's Playground

Notice is hereby given that the Common Council will accept citizen comments and recommendations with regard to the proposed Kayla's Playground Official Name from May 1, 2015 through May 30, 2015. Click here for details.

Franklin's Natural Resources

Understanding storm water runoff and learning what you can do to help reduce storm water runoff through rain gardens, rain barrels, and other initiatives.

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Health Programs

2015 Adult Health Education Programs offered through the Franklin Health Department. Click here for details!

Fall Prevention Class

"Stepping On" Fall Prevention Classes for Senior Citizens: Tuesdays, April 7 thru May 19, 1 pm to 3 pm at Brenwood Park Senior Apartments. These classes address the issues of the fear of falling, home safety, and modifiable risk factors for senior citizens. Click here for more details.

Welcome to the City of Franklin!

Mayor Steve Olson, City of Franklin, WI
Mayor Steve Olson

 

It is my pleasure, as Mayor, to welcome you to the website for the City of Franklin, Wisconsin! 


As Mayor, I invite you to explore our website and become acquainted with the City of Franklin and all that we have to offer.  Read More
 


 

Community Spotlight      

Franklin Reaches Out To Retailers 

(The below article is taken from the April 3, 2015 edition of the Milwaukee Business Journal, written by Sean Ryan)

 

Franklin officials tallied a short list of stores that may succeed in the city's retail market, and has asked consultant Buxton Group to try to get their attention.


City officials want to attract more stores and restaurants, particularly to an area around West Loomis Road and West Rawson Avenue. Buxton over the past few months has studied Franklin's demographics and retail markets to see which stores could succeed there.


"We've already identified the 12 best retailers to fit the uses and options that we are looking at," said Craig Haskins, chairman of Franklin's Economic Development Committee.


That committee on March 30 ordered Buxton to contact those retailers and encourage them to consider sites in Franklin, Haskins said. A key area could be land around Loomis and Rawson.


The city is studying removal of on-­ and off-ramps leading from Loomis to Rawson and 76th Street. The ramps block direct access from Loomis to vacant land where stores could be built, Haskins said.

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City of Franklin Comprehensive Outdoor
Recreation Plan Update
 

The City of Franklin’s current Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan: 2025 (CORP) was adopted by the Common Council on April 4, 2011, as an element of the City’s Comprehensive Master Plan. 

 

In regard to updates and modifications, the CORP states that “…a plan could be modified, if need be, to meet changing conditions or to correct errors.” It further states “Modification of an adopted Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan should not be done without careful study and valid reasons.” It concludes that “A significant update to this Plan every five years, therefore, may be a sufficient response to changing conditions or public attitudes.” 

 

The City of Franklin has applied for an amendment to the City of Franklin 2025 Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan to incorporate updated changes1 to the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, including, but not limited to: 
(Read more-go to complete report)

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Franklin Launches Projects for Three
Major Development Areas


FRANKLIN, Wisconsin (November 7, 2014) – The Franklin Common Council approved multiple contracts at their Tuesday, 11/4/2014,  meeting aimed to spur economic growth in three major development areas. The areas, comprised of nearly 1,200 acres, will receive detailed study and have the potential to generate an estimated $328M in new and rejuvenated development.
 

To complement its very successful business park along Hwy 100, the City plans a Business Park near 27th and County Line Road over-looking I94. Additionally, new and re-developed retail and commercial growth in the area centered at Rawson Avenue and 76th Street is envisioned to include more shops and restaurants. Rounding out the new development opportunities will be the first “traditional neighborhood” at Loomis Road and Ryan Road, which will feature a mix of residential, light industrial, and recreational development. “We’re excited to offer residents something unique and highly desirable where home, work, play, and shopping can be within reasonable reach. This will enhance Franklin’s identity and attract young professionals for a vibrant community,” said Franklin Mayor Steve Olson.  Click here for complete press release.
 


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Arbor Day Event

May 2, 2015 - 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  Click here for complete details.

City-Wide Cleanup Day

May 2, 2015 - 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Click here for complete details.

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WIS 241 (S. 27th Street) Reconstruction Project   WisDOT (Wisconsin Department of Transportation)

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