Infrastructure & Utility Connections
Southeastern Wisconsin is a great place to do business, and there’s no better location in Southeastern Wisconsin than Whitewater. Safe, family-oriented, vibrant business and civic communities surrounded by picturesque farmland, the area offers the best of Wisconsin living and a business-friendly infrastructure that includes high capacity utilities, great access to transportation, a lower cost of doing business, and numerous tax and business incentives at the state and local level.
Our two-county region offers an ideal location. A population of nearly 75,000,000 is reachable within a 500-mile radius. We have available industrial sites near state and interstate highways in both counties, allowing easy access to major metropolitan markets.
Located midway between Milwaukee and Madison, plus Chicago and Minneapolis/St. Paul on the Midwest’s High-Tech IQ corridor, Jefferson County sits between Dane and Waukesha, two of the wealthiest counties in the state, with Interstate 94 and WI Highway 26 running through it. In Walworth County, just to the west, Interstate 43 runs through the central portion of Walworth County. US Highway 12 cuts diagonally across the county, all providing access to Interstates 90/39 and 94.
Whitewater offers easy access to Milwaukee, Chicago, Madison, and Minneapolis/St. Paul, at a cost significantly less than any one of those cities. Cut your costs and improve your reach in our region.
Whitewater is served by Class Class II rail from Wisconsin & Southern. Specialty Ingredients, a local Watertown business, also operates a trans-loading facility. See the Wisconsin Railroads and Harbors map under Links & Downloads below.
Daily direct domestic and international flights are available 37 miles away at Dane County Regional Airport, 43 miles away at Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport, and 130 miles away in Chicago at O’Hare International Airport.
Other area regional airports include:
Water and Wastewater: Businesses in Whitewater benefit from abundant municipal water and existing wastewater infrastructure. The following link can provide you Utility Rates
Electricity and Natural Gas: Service providers include WE Energies, Alliant Energy, and municipal electric utilities in some communities. Service maps are available under the Downloads and Links sections below.
Phone & Broadband: FCC data indicates that 85.5% of Jefferson County and 79.9% of Dodge County has broadband access to the internet, with download speeds exceeding 25 megabits per second, and upload speeds exceeding 3 megabits per second. View the interactive Wisconsin Broadband Map under the Links below to learn more about providers.
AT&T Business (877) 360-3091
Spectrum Business (866) 482-7215
Refuse & Recycling: John's Disposal (262) 473-4700