Lake Michigan Bluff Erosion

Lake Michigan Bluff Area
The Ozaukee County lakeshore is 25 miles long and ranges from low beaches to high, erosion-prone bluffs. Coastal erosion is a natural, dynamic process that affects how we can utilize and possibly preserve the bluff areas along Lake Michigan.

On this page you'll find a number of links to local bluff studies, projects, and other related activities. If you have any questions or comments, we encourage you to get in touch with us. View a presentation on bluff erosion in Ozaukee County.
For more information, please visit the Wisconsin Emergency Management Bluff Erosion Info Page and the Southeastern Wisconsin Coastal Resilience website.

Also, check out the latest updates to the WI Shoreline Inventory and Oblique Viewer!

Lake Michigan Bluffs Public Meeting 8/17