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Life in Superior

Superior, WI has a population of 27,244 as of the 2010 US census. The city of Superior sits on western end of Lake Superior, and is bordered by two rivers Nemadji and Saint Louis.

Education in Superior


Life in Douglas County

About Douglas County, WI
Douglas Count sits on the North West corner of the state of Wisconsin, with a population of 44,159 as of the 2010 census. Its county seat is Superior.

It neighbors Bayfield County to the east, and Washburn County to the south, to the west it neighbors the Minnesota counties of St. Louis, Carlton County and Pine County.

Major highways that connect the town include U.S. Highway 2, U.S. Highway 53, and Interstate Highway 535.
Visit the official website for Douglas County.

Education in Douglas County

Douglas County has a land area of 1,480 square miles of which 1,309 square miles is land, while water occupies 171 square miles.


Investing in The Development Association is a partnership. Our investors benefit directly from our services and efforts offered, but it’s the bigger picture that gives the community strength. Every phone call, morning meeting, and “request for proposal” is a drop in a larger bucket of categorical growth. A journey defined by each step to an ever-changing destination.



Big or small, old or new, The Development Association offers services that are essential to all kinds of businesses. From addressing the needs of a single person, to rallying the community behind a larger cause, The Development Association is on the job, making sure the gears of business continue moving.