County Alcohol Outlet Density Reports

Municipal governments in Wisconsin have the ability and authority to control the number and location of alcohol outlets in their community. The number and location of alcohol outlets can have a significant impact on the social and economic welfare of the community. These reports provide summaries of research on alcohol outlet density and a numerical overview of the number of alcohol outlets by municipality and county.

Wisconsin Alcohol Outlet Density Report - This report includes the Introduction, Wisconsin specific data, attachments and endnotes that are in the county reports. It does not include any county specific data. (All the links below take you to PDF files that are about 1.5 MB).

Adams County
Ashland County
Barron County
Bayfield County
Brown County
Buffalo County
Burnett County
Calumet County
Chippewa County
Clark County
Columbia County
Crawford County
Dane County
Dodge County
Door County
Douglas County
Dunn County
Eau Claire County
Florence County
Fond du Lac County
Forest County
Grant County
Green County
Green Lake County
Iowa County
Iron County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Juneau County
Kenosha County
Kewaunee County
La Crosse County
Lafayette County
Langlade County
Lincoln County
Manitowoc County
Marathon County
Marinette County
Marquette County
Menominee County
Milwaukee County
Monroe County
Oconto County
Oneida County
Outagamie County
Ozaukee County
Pepin County
Pierce County
Polk County
Portage County
Price County
Racine County
Richland County
Rock County
Rusk County
Sauk County
Sawyer County
Shawano County
Sheboygan County
St. Croix County
Taylor County
Trempealeau County
Vernon County
Vilas County
Walworth County
Washburn County
Washington County
Waukesha County
Waupaca County
Waushara County
Winnebago County
Wood County

For questions regarding the data tables included in these reports, please contact:
Christy Niemuth, Prevention Coordinator
Bureau of Prevention Treatment and Recovery

For questions regarding local policies and practices related to reducing the effects of high alcohol outlet concentration, please contact:
Julia Sherman, Coordinator, Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project
Resource Center on Impaired Driving


Last Revised: February 18, 2015