About Us and Membership
The Kenosha Streetcar Society is a non-profit organization chartered by the City of Kenosha, Wisconsin to preserve and promote Kenosha's streetcar system and history.The KSS hosts several slide shows or movies each year. The presentations are all related to transportation history, and are free. The KSS also hosts an annual member appreciation dinner each spring, as well as other special events throughout the year. See our Events page for more information!MEMBERSHIPAnnual Family Membership (includes spouse and children): $20.00Annual Sustaining Membership (includes spouse and children): $50.00
Sustaining members receive a free member appreciation gift.
The Right Track newsletter
Slide shows/movies, where members gather to view and discuss various transit related topics
Member dinner invitations
Photo by Mike Pavelich
If you'd like to become a member, please print out the membership form (Kenosha Streetcar Society Membership Form)
Send completed membership form along with membership fee, as listed above, to:
Kenosha Streetcar Society
PO Box 2263
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53141
Make checks payable to: Kenosha Streetcar Society
For more information, email us.
The Kenosha Streetcar Society was co founded by Jack Doyle and Louis Rugani in 2002. The group is a non-profit
organization working to preserve and promote Kenosha's streetcar system and history, as well as other cities who
have had and continue to have rail transit systems. This group has produced KENOSHA ON THE GO, a picture book
highlighting the various forms of public transportation in Kenosha over the years (Go to Merchandise Page).
The group also sponsors an annual streetcar day featuring tours of the car barn and an opportunity to view each
of the cars. Jack Doyle and the late Edward Rosengren have previously served as Chairmen.