Downtown Eau Claire Neighborhood Guide
The main section of Eau Claire’s downtown was originally established as the village of Eau Claire in 1845. Retaining the historic charm, the area now offers multiple choices for restaurants, bars, apartment complexes, and shopping, as well as the library, post office, and several historic buildings. This location is highly desirable, primed for growth and continued expansion in the coming years!
Students living in Downtown Eau Claire may go to the following schools. Please make sure to contact the Eau Claire School District at (715) 852-3000, to confirm before making any home buying decisions. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (WI DPI): 2013-2014 SCHOOL REPORT CARDS
2013-2014 WI DPI Rating - 64.4 (Meets Expectations)
2013-2014 WI DPI Rating – 73.7 (Exceeds Expectations)
Delong Middle School
2013-2014 WI DPI Rating - 69.1 (Meets Expectations)
Memorial High School
2013-2014 WI DPI Rating - 76.6 (Meets Expectations)
Wilson Park is an urban park which is 1.6 acres.
Phoenix Park is a consistent events attraction in Downtown Eau Claire. There are weekly farmer's markets, concerts and events along with several fantastic restaurants around the park.
(All distances estimated from center of neighborhood)
Downtown Eau Claire: 0 miles
Oakwood Mall: 4.9 miles - 11 min
HWY 53: 3.0 miles - 8 min
I-94: 4.2 miles - 11 min
Chippewa Valley Regional Airport: 5.4 miles - 13 min
Location: Downtown Eau Claire is just north of Dells Pond, south of Harding Ave., west of the Chippewa River, and east of Dewey St./East Hill.