The Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) is the official metropolitan planning organization and regional planning commission for the seven-county Southeastern Wisconsin Region. SEWRPC provides the basic information and planning services necessary to solve problems that transcend the corporate boundaries and fiscal capabilities of the Region's local units of government. Learn more
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SEWRPC's Milwaukee office is located in the Global Water Center at 247 W. Freshwater Way, Milwaukee, WI. Commission staff are available at this location by appointment. An online staff directory may be found at www.sewrpc.org/staff or call (262) 547-6721.
Major Work Efforts
SEWRPC is working on a Regional Food System Plan that will look at food-related issues in Southeastern Wisconsin. Learn more
Chloride Impact Study
Commission staff is conducting this comprehensive study of the environmental impacts of chloride (salt) on the water resources of the Region. Learn more
VISION 2050 recommends a long-range vision for land use and transportation in the seven-county Southeastern Wisconsin Region. Learn more
Notices and News
SEWRPC staff recently completed a white paper on issues related to PFAS chemicals. The paper provides information on the chemical properties of these substances, their effects on human health, the sources of these chemicals to the environment, and current regulations affecting them. Read the paper here.
Regional Performance Monitoring Website Now Live!
SEWRPC's home for tracking performance and monitoring data is the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Performance Monitoring Website.
The Regional Performance Monitoring website features data visualizations and interactive maps that allow visitors to explore socioeconomic trends, land use activity, and transportation system performance in the Region. Equity-related measures are also included for several of these topics and performance measures related to water resources in the Region will be added in the future.
The site, which features a Regional Performance Dashboard signaling general progress towards achieving VISION 2050 and Regional Housing Plan recommendations, can be accessed here.