HISTORY OF LAKE GENEVA
Lake Geneva is a resort city on Geneva Lake in southeastern Wisconsin. The lakeside Shore Path is dotted with Gilded Age mansions, many built by wealthy Chicagoans. Nearby, the 19th-century Black Point Estate and Gardens was the summer home of Chicago beer magnate Conrad Seipp. The Queen Anne–style house has Victorian furnishings. Local beaches include Big Foot Beach State Park, which has trails and picnic areas.
CITY OF LAKE GENEVA – BUSINESS LICENSE
A General Business License is required for anyone operating a business in the Lake Geneva City Limits.
ELECTRIC SERVICES – WE ENERGIES
Business Center: 800-714- 7777
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
THE WALWORTH COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
Your complete resource for doing business in Walworth County.
400 County Road H, South Building, Suite 105
Elkhorn, WI 53121
262-741-8527 – Office
CITY OF LAKE GENEVA PARKING INFORMATION
There is Free Parking From November 15th to February 28th. Parking Services Offered:
- Parking Permits
- Bus Shuttle Service
- Metered Parking-5 HOUR MAX
- Add time & Extend-by- Phone options-5 HOUR MAX
THE RIVIERA BEACH
The Riviera Beach is open during summer months beginning Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, from 9:00am to 5:00pm daily.
For full information about the Riviera Beach and a Season Pass Form, Download the Beach Brochure.
CITY OF LAKE GENEVA PARKS
DOWNTOWN LAKE GENEVA
LAKE GENEVA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
The Lake Geneva Economic Development Corporation is designed to coordinate the activities of the public and private sectors so as to constructively use the resources of each in the achievement of community-wide economic development and local neighborhood improvement.
The corporation is intended to help stabilize the local economy, provide incentives for local investment, help establish and attract environmentally desirable businesses, increase and diversify local tax base, provide jobs for the unemployed and establish the principle that development programs can be operated with public participation.