History

Muskego The Muskego area was originally home to the Potawatomi tribe, who named it Mus-kee-Guaac which means “marsh.” With three lakes, large forests and abundant game, the area supported a…

Neighborhoods

Muskego’s neighborhoods are friendly, safe and filled with community-minded citizens. Single-family, detached homes are prevalent in Muskego while scattered along the city outskirts are family farms and historic buildings –…

Public and Private Schools

Public Education Letter from Muskego- Norway School District Superintendent In Muskego-Norway School, we love what we do, believe that it matters and strive to make a difference for those we…

Public Library

Muskego Public Library (262) 971-2100 www.cityofmuskego.org/library Brittany Larson, Director (262) 971-2119 Questions about your account: circulation@cityofmuskego.org Reference questions: reference@cityofmuskego.org Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5…

Places to Eat and Stay in Muskego

Whether you visit for an hour, stay for a day or permanently locate here, the local attractions, entertainment, shopping stops, delicious food and beverages make our community a destination. Catering…

Parks and Recreation in Muskego

Muskego Parks and Recreation With three lakes, numerous parks, conservation sites and well-kept recreation trails, Muskego offers valuable assets through its open spaces and dedication to preserving the area’s natural beauty….

Health Care in Muskego

Health Care in Muskego WI Quality, affordable health care is important. Medical services are readily available in the Muskego area. In addition to the medical providers listed below, the Muskego,…

Senior Living

Senior Living in Muskego WI Seniors have a wealth of local memories to share and play an integral part of community life in Muskego. Our business community provides an abundance…