Sites, Neighborhoods and Resources

Local Historic Sites & 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 two local neighborhoods for their historic qualities.

Historic Properties

  • Douville Mansion - 8323 West Burnham Street
  • Fire Station Number 1 - 7300 West National Avenue
  • Garfield School - Historical Society Building - 8405 West National Avenue
  • Kegel's Inn - 5901-05 West National Avenue
  • Koelsch Funeral Home - 7622 West Greenfield Avenue
  • McMicken, Alexander and Pauline House - 1508 South 80 Street
  • Rudolph and Alice Pfister House - 1627 South 56 Street
  • Seneca Station - 1647 South 76 Street
  • U.S. Post Office - 7440 West Greenfield Avenue
  • West Allis Farmers Market - 6501 West National Avenue

Historic Neighborhoods

State & National Designations

 Surveys & 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 and Architectural Resources Survey

 Popular Houses of West Allis - 1880 to 1980 (PDF)

 Historic Preservation Resources & Forms