At 50 years old, New Berlin is younger than many Milwaukee, Wisconsin, suburbs. But it has the cohesiveness of a place that’s much older. With a population of approximately 39,000 people, the city is tight-knit; residents join together for holiday parades and youth sporting events. The city's highly organized Parks & Recreation Department is one of the hallmarks of our town. The New Berlin park system, with 845 acres of parks and conservancy areas, includes a wide range of recreational uses for all seasons, including soccer, biking, playgrounds, cross-country skiing, walking, and golfing. We offer many programs for all residents of the community, from toddlers to the elderly - dance, aquatics, fitness classes, adult sports programs, and much more.