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La Crosse, WI

Resting on the banks of the Mississippi River, La Crosse has a population of roughly 50,000 residents. The Wisconsin city is often referred to as "God's country" because of its towering bluffs, its scenic beauty and its location on the majestic river. The residents of La Crosse are well aware that they live in a historic place; of the 110 buildings in the downtown district, 96 were built between 1866 and 1940, making it one of the oldest commercial districts in Wisconsin.


La Crosse comprises several distinct neighborhoods, including:


Interstate 90 runs across Minnesota and enters Wisconsin through La Crosse. From there, the roadway travels across the northern part of the city and eventually works its way down to Madison. Other busy roadways in the city include U.S. Highways 14 and 61 and Wisconsin State Highways 16, 33, and 35.

For public transportation, the La Crosse Municipal Transit Utility provides eight fixed routes and two flexible routes; most routes offer bus service every day of the week.

La Crosse Municipal Airport is four miles northwest of the city in the French Island district, serving the La Crosse area as well as southeastern Minnesota. Two major airlines offer several flights daily.


Health care is the primary industry in La Crosse. Major health care centers include:

Other top employers include Kwik Trip convenience stores, which are headquartered in the city, and American Standard Technology.


In the northwestern part of the city on State Highway 16 is Valley View Mall, one of the largest shopping centers in the region. Historic Downtown La Crosse, which is just a few blocks from Riverside Park, has other shopping opportunities with unique shops, museums, and award-winning restaurants.


Among the many attractions La Crosse offers residents and visitors are:


Throughout the year, La Crosse capitalizes on its natural beauty, French heritage, and river setting to host numerous events including:


Twenty-one elementary, middle and high schools comprise the School District of La Crosse. The city is also home to three regional colleges and universities:


The La Crosse Tribune is the area's local daily newspaper.

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