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Did you know that Milwaukee County is made up of 19 different municipalities?

The population for the county is 915,097 people. Of those about 62% or approximately 573,378 live in the City of Milwaukee.

The other cities and villages that make up Milwaukee County are:
Bayside (pop. 4,518), Brown Deer (pop. 12,170), Cudahy (pop. 18,429), Fox Point (pop. 7,012), Franklin (pop. 29,494), Glendale (pop. 13,367), Greendale (pop. 13,860), Greenfield (pop. 35,476), Hales Corners (pop. 7,765), Milwaukee (pop. 573,378), Oak Creek (pop. 28,456), River Hills (pop. 1,631), Shorewood (pop. 13,763), South Milwaukee (pop. 21,256), St. Francis (pop. 8,662), Wauwatosa (pop. 44,798), West Allis (pop. 61,254), West Milwaukee (pop. 4,201), Whitefish Bay (pop. 13,508)

All population numbers are based on 2006 Census estimates.


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