Bayside, Wisconsin, is a village on the northern end of Milwaukee County. A small portion of the city is in Ozaukee County. The city is on the shore of Lake Michigan and is directly north of Fox Point and Whitefish Bay.
The Schlitz Audubon Center is in the southeastern end of Bayside. The park is home to multiple sites for bird watching. Doctors Park and Fox Point are close to the lake.
The Fox Point-Bayside School District operates public schools on the eastern end of the city. The Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District covers the western side. All students in the town attend Nicolet High School to the southwest in Glendale.
Most of the commercial activity in Bayside is on Port Washington Road near the highway. A large shopping center is to the south of the city’s limits in Fox Point.
Bayside, WI, was incorporated in 1953. The city covers about 2.4 square miles of land. The entire mass of Bayside is covered by land, including Ellsworth Park in the central area. Bayside has a small extension into Ozaukee County to the northeast off of North Lake Drive. The city has a railroad track cutting through the middle part of the land.
Interstate 43 is on the western end of Bayside. It is a 12-mile drive from Bayside to Milwaukee through the highway. Sheboygan is about 50 miles north on the interstate. The Milwaukee River is also further to the west.
Bayside has a population of about 4,400. About a hundred of those people live in Ozaukee County.
Bayside is home to a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Joseph Mollica House was built in 1958 and is one of the last structures Wright designed before his death.
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