Since the Menomonee River Valley has changed so much in the past 19 years, we decided it was time to change our look, too. We are excited to share a new logo and website for Menomonee Valley Partners and the Valley!
“ I have had the privilege of seeing first-hand the tremendous improvements the Valley has undergone in recent years,” said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum and Menomonee Valley Partners board member. “ This new brand captures the dedication and hard work that has made the Valley a destination for companies, families and tourists alike.”
A New Look
A new brightly colored logo features the iconic 6 th Street Bridge, representing the newfound vibrancy of the district which has 60 acres of parks and trails along the Menomonee River, and is home to nearly 100 companies.
A New Home Online
The new website, TheValleyMKE.org, celebrates the Valley’s entertainment and recreation destinations as well as the diversity of companies and job opportunities in the Menomonee River Valley . Visitors can explore all that’s happening at TheValleyMKE.org .
The new website features:
Upcoming events and the Valley's place in history...
Destinations to eat, drink, play, and tour...
Direct links to job opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and business resources...
All about Menomonee Valley Partners, Business Improvement District #26, and the projects and initiatives underway to fulfill the Valley's full potential...
The Menomonee River Valley is a vibrant location — a great place to work and a great place to visit . Our new look reflects that—even as we continue to work to make the Valley an even more vibrant and productive place.
Update Our Email Addresses
Our emails have updated with our new look, please update your records.
Catrina Crane, Catrina@TheValleyMKE.org
Ben Hoekstra, Ben@TheValleyMKE.org
Michelle Kramer, Michelle@TheValleyMKE.org
Corey Zetts, Corey@TheValleyMKE.org
Menomonee Valley Partners is a nonprofit organization formed in 1999 with a mission to revitalize and sustain the Menomonee River Valley as a thriving urban district that advances economical, ecological, and social equity for the benefit of the greater Milwaukee community. Since then, 51 companies have moved to or expanded in the Valley, more than 5,200 jobs have been created, 60 acres of parks and trails have been established, and 10 million people visit the Valley’s recreation and entertainment destinations each year.