District Two is located on the near south side of Milwaukee.
District Two comprises a 7.2 square mile area with a district population in excess of 87,000 residents.
A primarily Polish neighborhood during the early 20th Century, District Two transitioned to a Latino population during the 21st Century and is now home to a rich mix of cultures and a population of over 87,000 people.
With a strong community focus, the district hosts many events and open houses to improve relations. Home to attractions like The Basilica of St. Josephat, Mitchell Park Domes and the burgeoning Walker’s Point neighborhood, it has become an entertainment destination. The district boasts an incredibly diverse population including a rich immigrant history as well as Hispanic and Latino populations as well as an active LGBTQ community.
The District Two Police Station is located at: 245 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53207
Thanks to its revitalized warehouses, unique vibe and close proximity to downtown, District Two has become a culinary hot spot. It has always been a neighborhood of working-class people dotted with church steeples, factories and Polish flats.
The Basilica of St. Josaphat
Located in the Historic Lincoln Village neighborhood, the basilica was completed in 1901. At the time, the only building with a larger dome was the United State Capitol.
Cops & Bobbers
Neighborhood Walks with Captain Salazar
District Two continues Neighborhood Walks with Captain Salazar. Recently, Capt. Salazar returned to Clarke Square Neighborhood, the Burnham Park Neighborhood and the Layton Blvd Neighborhood to meet with residents and discuss ways to improve the quality of life in the area. Thank you to everyone who participated and is being part of the solution. If you are interested in having a walk in your neighborhood please give District Two a call at 935-7228.