Kenosha County is the southeastern-most county in the State of Wisconsin. It’s county seat – the City of Kenosha – is the located on the east end of the county and extends from Lake Michigan to just past Interstate-94 which runs north-south through the county.
The Villages of Pleasant Prairie and Somers are also on the east side of I-94 and are among the most populous communities after Kenosha.
There are several other smaller villages and towns throughout the western portion of the county. Please explore the map below to learn more about Kenosha County’s diverse communities.