People looking to buy or rent a home in the Village of Bristol have a wide variety of options. Larger subdivisions with a neighborly feel, lakefront living, multi-family housing and homes on larger lots for enjoying more space or a small hobby farm - the opportunities are here. Make your home in Bristol.
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Bristol has a diverse mix of housing options: suburban developments, condos/townhomes, lakefront property, country living and more. Explore all the opportunities and find the one that fits your lifestyle.
The Tree City USA program is a nationwide movement that provides the framework necessary for communities to manage and expand their public trees. Bristol has achieved Tree City USA status by meeting four core standards of sound urban forestry management: maintaining a tree board or department, having a community tree ordinance, spending at least $2 per capita on urban forestry and celebrating Arbor Day.
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Bristol Village Center plans unveiled
An ambitious plan that would create a village center for Bristol was recently unveiled. The Bristol Village Center plan provides a vision for app. 70 acres of village-owned land, featuring: a recreational area with sports fields; 27 acres of open space with gardens, walking trails and pavilions; a civic center where a village hall, community center, library and outdoor amphitheater could be located; and a mixed-used residential/commercial area.
Bristol enjoys easy access to Interstate 94 - linking Chicago, Milwaukee and many other major cities in the Midwest. Two international airports - Mitchell & O'Hare - are a short commute away as well as two commuter trains, the Western Kenosha County Transit System and the Kenosha Municipal Airport.
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Western Kenosha County Transit
Western Kenosha County Transit is bus service connecting rural Kenosha County to Kenosha, Lake Geneva, and Antioch, Illinois. Connect to Kenosha Area Transit at Southport Plaza in Kenosha or to the Metra in Antioch or riders may request specific pick-up or drop-off locations within 3/4 mile of the route for an additional $1 fee. Hours of operation are 5:55 am to 6:30 pm Monday-Friday.
Interstate-94 - which runs directly through the county from beyond Chicago through Milwaukee - is one of the busiest interstates in the nation seeing an average of more than 80,000 cars per day. Many housing communities in the Village of Bristol have easy access to I-94, making commutes to nearby areas much easier.
Village of Bristol
The Village of Bristol is close to two major medical campuses: St. Catherine's in Pleasant Prairie and the Advocate Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha. There is another Advocate Aurora Healthcare medical facility currently under construction in Pleasant Prairie. There are also numerous medical clinics and primary care providers throughout the county as well as world-class hospitals within a short drive.
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Aurora Health Care Medical Clinic
Aurora doctors and professional staff combines state-of-the-art medical technologies with caring treatment to deliver the high-quality, personalized care you deserve. We offer care to children and adults of all ages. Specialty care includes family medicine, rheumatology, gastroenterology, diagnostic testing and a lab draw station.