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Sites, Neighborhoods and Resources

Local Historic Sites and Neighborhoods

The City of West Allis recognizes its historical sites and neighborhoods through a local designation process.  Currently, the City has designated ten local sites and one local neighborhood for their historic qualities.

Historic Properties

  1. Garfield School – Historical Society Building – 8405 W National Ave
  2. Seneca Station – 1647 S 76 St
  3. U.S. Post Office – 7440 W Greenfield Ave
  4. Kegel’s Inn – 5901-05 W National Ave
  5. Koelsch Funeral Home – 7622 W Greenfield Ave
  6. McMicken, Alexander & Pauline House – 1508 S 80 St
  7. Fire Station #1 – 7300 W National Ave
  8. Rudolph and Alice Pfister House - 1627 S 56 St
  9. Douville Mansion - 8323 W Burnham St
  10. West Allis Farmers Market – 6501 W National Ave 

Historic Neighborhoods
  • Juneau Highlands
  • Kopperud Park Historic Residential District

State and National Designations

Surveys and Reports

To further the mission of Historic Preservation in West Allis, the City commissions and supports various surveys and reports to help identify our local heritage.  

City of West Allis Historical & Architectural Resources Survey

Popular Houses of West Allis - 1880-1980

Historic Preservation Resources and Forms


Department of Development
City Hall
7525 W Greenfield Ave
Room 220
West Allis, WI 53214
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(414) 302-8460
Fax: (414) 302-8401

8:00 am - 5:00 pm M-F

Shaun M. Mueller
Senior Planner
(414) 302-8470 
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