Just as DPW continues to prepare for a new winter season, City of Milwaukee residents should also make preparations regarding winter parking regulations. Here’s how: Residents should check their streets for posted winter parking rules. Posted parking rules take precedence. But as not all streets are posted with winter parking signage, residents should also go online at milwaukee.gov/winterparking for more information. Another resource for
From the Department of Public Works: Rake Your Leaves into the Street Beginning October 1, 2018 The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) announces that residents may rake their leaves into the curb lanes beginning Monday, October 1 and ending Thursday, November 15, 2018. Actual collection of leaves will begin on Monday, October 8. Leaves and brush, along with other yard waste,
This message is from Alderman Kovac: Dear Neighbor: An operator has applied for a Food Dealer-Restaurant License and a Beer & Wine License for Good Land Wing Co., proposed to be located in the old Cold Stone Creamerylocation at 2907 N. Oakland Ave. Their application indicates that they are proposing to be open until 10 p.m. through the week and until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday with an
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works’ annual Project Clean & Green program runs through June 11, 2018. Zone 6, which starts on May 29 (next Tuesday) and goes through Monday, June 4, includes nearly the entire 3rd Aldermanic District, according to Alderman Nik Kovac. Please see the attached map for reference. Project Clean & Green (PCG) is a citywide program designed to
Neighbors, Captain Diana Rowe and other representatives from Milwaukee Police District One will be hosting quarterly crime analysis meetings in 2018. The spring meeting will be held on Thursday, May 3 at Milwaukee Public Library, Central, 814 W Wisconsin Avenue, in Centennial Hall beginning at 6:00 PM. Please download this flyer for details and information on future meetings.
The City of Milwaukee Forestry Department is sponsoring an Arbor Day event on Friday morning, April 27th, at Kilbourn-Kadish Park. Click here for details and a map.
Neighbors, Captain Diana Rowe and other representatives from Milwaukee Police District One will be hosting quarterly crime analysis meetings in 2018. The first meeting will be held on Thursday, February 1 at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, 2350 N Lake Drive, in the First Floor Conference Room beginning at 6:00 PM. Please download this flyer for details and information on future meetings.
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) is seeking input from the community about walking in Milwaukee for the City’s first Pedestrian Plan. The Milwaukee Pedestrian Plan is being developed by DPW in partnership with Toole Design Group and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The overall goal is to make getting around the city safer, easier, and more comfortable for pedestrians. Our team
Message from Alderman Kovac… Dear Neighbor: New operators have applied for a Class B Tavern license for Baccanera, proposed to be located in the current “Eastsider” location at 1732 E. North Ave. The current owner would be selling the business to the new operators who would be taking over the lease. They are planning on doing some renovations to the interior and changing the establishment’s current plan
What Happens to My Leaves? Leaves are taken to the Waste Management compost site where Purple Cow Organics manages the material for 4 – 6 months to create a rich compost. Compost is then sold locally. Compost is a natural fertilizer that returns nutrients to the soil, improves its ability to absorb rain water, and keeps valuable resources out of the landfill. Fall Leaf Collection City