Population: 18,267

Living in Cudahy, Wisconsin:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cudahy, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Cudahy what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Cudahy is characterized for being the home of many immigrants throughout history. Many were Irish, Norwegian and German; they came to the state around the 1850’s. Patrick Cudahy founded the county, he was an Ireland industrialist that bought the land to create his meatpacking plant. Today his brand distributes their products all over the United States Cudahy has big natural parks where all the neighborhood goes to have picnics and enjoy the weather during summer. This all brings the community together.

Cudahy has its own beach that connects to Lake Michigan. Here people can swim during the summer. In winter the lake gets frozen and people can skate on the ice or make holes on the ice to fish. There is a tradition called the Polar Bears that is when the people jump in the lake when it’s all frozen. People are very kind in Cudahy, everyone is helpful and united. Bikers can feel safe riding their bikes on the streets because the Oak Leaf is a biking trail that runs all through Cudahy.

Cudahy has the Guiness Record for most bars per block in a street. That means that you can find a bar in every corner, it’s the city with most bars in the world. People love to celebrate in the bars when there is an event. Bars in Cudahy are a good option if you want to learn more about this county. There are all types of bars, like Rock bars or Country bars. The city made put Wisconsin on the list of the drunkest states in America.

Michael, says: 2020

On Packard Avenue there are many local businesses that support the economy of the community giving employment opportunities to everyone in the community. Cudahy is very close to the Airport General Mitchell of Milwaukee so you can see the airplanes in the sky flying everyday. During the day sometimes, the airplanes fly really low and the houses shake with the sound of the turbines. They block the sun when they are too high and make the houses lights very cloudy.

Charles, says: 2020

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