Village of Caledonia

The Village of Caledonia, WI, is conveniently located along Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of Racine County. The community is known for its rural character, horse farms, and park system. The business-friendly community features the Caledonia and the DeBack Farms Business Parks, which provide easy access via I‐94 to Chicago (73 miles to the South), Milwaukee (18 miles to the North) and other major Midwest cites. Area businesses benefit from robust networks of suppliers, customers, trained workforce, and technical college and university resources.

    Recent Caledonia News

    The Village is seeking an experienced master developer to develop and construct single-family homes on two sites totaling approximately 15 acres. The sites, located near Lake Michigan, are included in the Tax Increment District #5 project plan approved in 2019.

    Case High School graduate and Milwaukee Brewers former draft pick, Lee Jaramillo now owns Northterra Real Estate Group. Jaramillo recently used RCEDC's High Impact Revolving Loan Fund for interim financing to construct the new O&H Danish Bakery on the corner of Douglas Avenue and 4 Mile Rd.

    The Village of Caledonia, WI is located along Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of Racine County. The community, population 25,400, is known for its rural character, horse farms, and park system. Residents and businesses benefit from the community’s central location in Southeast Wisconsin.

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