The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) and its partners will host a public involvement meeting on Monday, October 23 to gather community thoughts on “What do you think about walking in Milwaukee?” Get information and share your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions concerning good places as well as challenging places to walk, and what would make walking in Milwaukee safer. Please see the attached
Neighbors, We hope you will join us on Tuesday, October 24 at 7PM at the Urban Ecology Center (1500 E Park Place) for our General Membership Meeting. We will be hearing from Milwaukee Riverkeeper about their organization and upcoming opportunities to volunteer. Additionally, neighborhood resident John Bleidorn will be offering a brief tutorial about how to access property data online (including landlord phone numbers). And if that
Alert: Milwaukee Water Works Warns Milwaukee Residents About Utility Imposters The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works/Milwaukee Water Works warns residents to be mindful of persons who try to gain access to their homes by posing as Water Works utility employees. Recently, MWW has received reports that imposters posing as Water Works employees have entered homes on the south side claiming to be checking the
A seminar will be held on November 1, 2017 from 6-8 pm (registration at 5:30), at the East Library. More details are in this PDF.
Hi Neighbors, Below are a few updates from UWM. Spooktacular Neighborhood Clean-Up The Neighborhood Housing Office is hosting a “Spooktacular Neighborhood Clean Up” on Friday, October 20th from 12pm-4pm. Volunteers will be heading out around the neighborhood surrounding campus to pick up garbage. We are encouraging students to get in the holiday spirit and wear costumes. Please do not be alarmed if you see spider man or
Alderman Kovac invites residents to attend two important upcoming City Budget meetings. More info available in this announcement.
Rake Your Leaves into the Street Beginning October 1, 2017 The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) announces that residents may rake their leaves into the curb lanes beginning Sunday, October 1 and ending Wednesday, November 15, 2017. Leaves and brush, along with other yard waste, are banned from landfills and must not be placed in garbage or recycling carts. DPW collects leaves, brush
On Monday, October 2nd and Saturday the 7th, UWM will be holding events that will have some neighborhood impact. You can read details about the Safety Week and Panther Prowl activities in this PDF.
Milwaukee’s Boulevard Theatre continues its 32nd season with Midwest premiere of acclaimed playwright Daniel MacIvor’s affecting comedy “SMALL THINGS” (September 21 – October 8, 2017) at the Plymouth Church. Milwaukee’s Boulevard Theatre christens its 32nd season by staging the NATIONAL PREMIERE of acclaimed Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor’s tender, affecting 90-minute comedy SMALL THINGS. Boulevard previously staged MacIvor’s charming comedy MARION BRIDGE in December, 2006 to great
Milwaukee City Hall welcomes residents to tour its historic building for the annual Doors Open Milwaukee event going on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. City Hall will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The public can tour the 3rd floor Council Chamber both days from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (guided tours will begin at every half hour). Attendees will