Volunteers are needed to open their homes in 2016 to host a great neighborhood get-together. Hosting is simple, just provide your home, some ice, paper products and nametags and let your neighbors do the rest!
The Washington Highlands is a premier example of Garden City Planning. Designed in 1916 by internationally-famous city planners Werner Hegemann and Elbert Peets, this model residential neighborhood is laid out with curving streets that preserve the natural topographic features of the 133-acre site. Prior to development, the Highlands were part of a hops and Percheron horse farm owned by famous Milwaukee brewer, Captian Frederick Pabst