Kewaunee County Seeks Input on Housing

Kewaunee County wants to know how residents and nonresidents view housing in the county as part of an online survey being conducted by the Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission. The 20-question Kewaunee County Housing Survey asks participants about current housing choices, whether the county needs more housing and what the preferred types of housing are.

“We want to better understand the overall need for housing in Kewaunee County,” said Kewaunee County Administrator Scott Feldt, “and be able to make educated recommendations to the county board as to what are the next steps we should take. For the county’s long-term financial well-being, we need to be sure that Kewaunee County is a great place to live and work, and housing is the most important part of that strategy.”

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Kewaunee County is home to approximately 20,574 residents, with the largest populations in the City of Algoma, City of Kewaunee and Village of Luxemburg. There are about 5,000 property addresses in the county. 

The online survey will be open until Sept. 21. A direct link is available at All survey responses are anonymous.