About Fox Point
The Village of Fox Point is a suburban residential community of 2.8 square miles and approximately 6,600 residents. Officially incorporated in 1926, the Village’s name derives from a Dutch settlement that was originally located in the area. Located on Milwaukee County’s North Shore, the Village is bordered on the east by Lake Michigan, the west by Interstate 43, the north by the Village of Bayside, and the south by the Village of Whitefish Bay.
Fox Point is a stable community of quiet tree-lined lanes and wooded areas, beautiful ravines, and stunning Lake Michigan vistas. Residents enjoy top-notch schools, high quality Village services, a wide range of housing options, a variety of local businesses to serve their needs, and a convenient location to downtown Milwaukee.
The Village is committed to protecting and enhancing residential quality of life, and to maintaining its tradition of high quality municipal services and amenities in order to preserve a community that is tranquil, secure, and attractive and desirable.
The mission of the Village of Fox Point is to protect and enhance the quality of life of its residents by providing cost-effective, efficient and innovative services, preserving and maintaining Village neighborhoods and public amenities, fostering community pride and spirit, and encouraging active citizen participation.
Fox Point: A Planned Village - It’s Heritage and Development