Listen Live



Daily Newsletter


Kewaunee County looks to improve housing stock

Over 60 percent of homes in Kewaunee County were built before 1970, and Administrator Scott Feldt would like to see that number change. Earlier this month, the Kewaunee County Executive Committee discussed the final draft of a housing study it did with help from Bay-Lakes Regional Planning. The study showed that even though the county’s population is expected to decline after 2030, there is a demand for housing across all sectors. That includes single-family, workforce, senior, and rental housing options. Feldt says that with help from the board, it needs to find ways to help encourage more development.

Feldt says you always want a stock of new housing available for people looking to upgrade from their current living situation. County officials and Bay Lakes Regional Planning will comb through the plan one more time before presenting the information to the board in the near future.

Search Our Site


Current Weather



Who will win the congressional seat this fall now that Rep. Mike Gallagher is leaving?
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.


Cheryl Jome

Click Here for more Obituaries

Obituary posting fee is $25

Sports Poll


Sign up for our Daily Electronic Newspaper!

Plus, Get the latest updates for Local Sports, Obituaries and more delivered to your inbox!