Youth football league poses in front of the Mitchell Park Domes, Clarke Square

Clarke Square


Clarke Square is a neighborhood of many riches. One of the most diverse communities in Milwaukee, it is home to the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative Council and Journey House, as well as service agencies such as the Milwaukee Christian Center and the Lao American Organization. The community boasts the Milwaukee County Mitchell Park Conservatory, where visitors can enter the world's only beehive-shaped glass domes; and Cesar Chavez Drive, a commercial strip that draws Milwaukee’s Latino community and others to shop, eat authentic Mexican food, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere. A gateway to Milwaukee’s Near South Side, Clarke Square is located near the emerging economic engine of Menomonee Valley and international tourist attractions such as the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers), and the Harley-Davidson Museum.


Read the Clarke Square Quality of Life Plan highlights
Read the full Clarke Square Quality of Life Plan
Read the 2013 update of the Clarke Square Quality of Life Plan
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