Nestled among the gently rolling hills and lakes of Southeastern Wisconsin's popular Kettle Moraine area, Sullivan is a small town with big neighbors. Only a few miles off of Interstate 94, Sullivan residents can be in downtown Milwaukee and at the Lake Michigan shoreline within a matter of minutes - or backing their boat trailer into the clear, active waters of any of the many recreational lakes that dot the western Waukesha County region - Okauchee and Nagawicka to name a few. Within a few hours to the southeast is Chicago and an hour to the west is Madison, so shopping, entertainment, major sports and cultural events are as convenient as you want them to be when you live in Sullivan, Wisconsin.
Sullivan is known to residents of the Milwaukee metro area as the site of the official reporting/warning station of the National Weather Service for southeast Wisconsin. But most know Sullivan as a quiet rural farming area, great for making friends and being outdoors. Hunting, fishing, biking and golf in the three green seasons, followed by excellent snow sports in the winter keep Sullivan residents busy and active, while still offering plenty of nature and relaxation in-between.
Sullivan is also known as the home of "The World's Greatest Junk Parade". To learn about the junk parade check out the history or plan on coming to this year's event, Labor Day weekend, September 1, 2013. To view photos from last year's event, click here.
Our Mission Statement To promote, unify, and maintain a strong business community in the Sullivan area with the ultimate goal of making our community a place people want to live, work, shop, and play.