School Districts

Property Information

Parcel information, school district zones, municipal wards, delignated wetlands & floodplains, and land use maps can all be found on the Waukesha County’s GIS interactive map here:

waukeshacounty.gov/interactivemap

Parks/Bugline

Menomonee Park is filled with a historical background from the stone quarrying period of 1880-1900. Historical remnants include an old stone crusher and the railroad spur from the quarry to the Bugline. The Park totals 464 acres of rolling field, high quality maple woods, cattail marsh, wetlands, and a 16 acre quarry lake. During your travels through the miles of trails, you may spot a warbler, thrushes or other songbirds. The rolling hills provide challenges to hikers, cross-country skiers and those on snowshoes. Enjoy a bike ride along the historical Bugline Recreational Trail that was once the railroad that served Stone City. The 12 mile crushed limestone trail is a treasure for hikers, bikers and runners. A separated portion of the trail is set aside for equestrian use.

(From www.waukeshacounty.gov)

Joeck’s Park is located off north Lannon Road. In the park, Schneider Field is home to the Lannon Stonemen. Lannon has a long, successful history in the Land O Lake leagues and has been recognized as the “Amateur Baseball Capital of Waukesha County.” With recent improvements to its baseball complex, Joeck’s Park continues to support the strong local baseball tradition.

The Bugline bike trail owes its existence to the quarries near Lannon. Trains once hauled famed Lannon Stone from the deep limestone pits which still operate today. A look down into the quarries from the trail is an impressive sight.

(From www.visitwaukeshacounty.com)

Lannon Baseball

As the “Amateur Baseball Capital of Waukesha County”, Lannon’s baseball tradition continues with Lannon Stonemen Baseball.

Lannon Lions

The Lannon Lions Club is the local service club that has been bettering Lannon since 1965. Their famous all-you-can-eat pancake breakfasts and other fundraising events have helped them raise money for various community needs and wants, including the community center at Joeck’s Park