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Nestled in northwestern Wisconsin in Eau Claire, enjoys a history of lumbering and now prides itself on its health care, education and businesses. Eau Claire is a great place to work and play, with a variety of recreational activities surrounding the area. The city remains a center for entertaining arts and festivals, a vast array of shops and restaurants and lodging for those who are with us for a short time.

Eau Claire County, with a population of more than 102,000 is surrounded by Chippewa and Dunn Counties, which help make up the Chippewa Valley. The City of Eau Claire is the largest city in the Chippewa Valley with a population of approximately 67,900.

Whether you enjoy bicycling, boating, skiing, golfing or fishing the Chippewa Valley is full of places for recreational activities. Because the area is known for its clear water, many options for water recreation are available, but trails for all types of sports can also be found around Eau Claire.

Getting around Eau Claire is quite convenient with an average commute of 15 minutes. The city is connected to Interstate Highway 94, which offers an easy journey to Madison, Chicago and the Twin Cities. For those looking to travel a little farther from Eau Claire, there is the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport, the largest airport in Northern Wisconsin. The facility serves the area with daily flights to Chicago through United Express Airlines.

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