Residential Life in Cedarburg


Whether you currently live here or are contemplating a move to Cedarburg, residents of this historic community enjoy the many benefits of a small town that serves the population in a big way.

The Cedarburg School District serves more than 3,000 students at three elementary schools from grades K-5, one middle school and one high school – all of which provide an environment that prepares students for college, work and beyond. Cedarburg Schools consistently achieve one of the state’s top rankings in Math, Science and Reading, with high school students achieving an average ACT score of 25.2, far surpassing state and national averages. In addition to the public school system, several private schools offer elementary education within the City of Cedarburg as well.

Our Parks and Recreation and Forestry Department includes programs for youth sports and education, playground programs, and adult fitness and education programs. Residents and businesses in Cedarburg can access City offices and services such as utilities, trash and recycling, building inspection and permits, library, senior services, current City news and a new “Kids 4 Kids” site to explore all of the wonderful cultural, recreational and educational opportunities the City provides.