La Crosse County by the Numbers
Median Home Value
Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin
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La Crosse Business Environment
The cities of La Crosse, Onalaska and Holmen and a dozen surrounding towns and villages comprise the County of La Crosse, which is home to more than 114,000 residents.
Join the growing business community Inc magazine named the nation’s 4th Best Small City for Doing Business and 15th Best City in America to Do Business in 2005. For demographics, employment data and education statistics, visit http://mrrpc.com/LaCrosse_County.html.
Revised May 2015
Four Seasons of Fun
In Nature’s Place to Play
La Crosse has an abundance of art adorning our streets and filling our senses. Here are just a few of the places where art tends to congregate, but there’s much more on the Arts Community Calendar.
Our Municipalities View Source
La Crosse, City 51,320
Onalaska, City 17,736
Holmen, Village 9,005
Onalaska, Town 5,623
West Salem, Village 4,799
Shelby, Town 4,715
Campbell, Town 4,314
Holland, Town 3,701
Hamilton, Town 2,436
Greenfield, Town 2,061
La Crosse Regional Airport
Low. Stress. Experience.
The La Crosse Regional Airport offers close parking, easy check-in, convenient daily flights to major hubs, free WiFi, and a comfortable atmosphere to make your travel experience a pleasure.
Port of La Crosse
An International Gateway
Situated at mile 697 on the Upper Mississippi River. More than 1 million tons of commodities are transported by barge every year.
- Asphalt for road construction
- Cement for buildings and road construction
- Coal for power production
- Cottonseed as a source for cattle feed
- Fertilizer for area farms
- Pig Iron for Wisconsin foundries
- Salt to melt road ice
- Other Bulk Products
- Grain (corn and soybeans)
- Specialty manufacturing