Regulations no longer in effect as of February 20, 2017 Due to the unseasonably warm weather and no measurable snowfall predicted in the next nine days, the City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) is lifting winter parking regulations for the City as of today, February 20, 2017. What this means: Posted regulations that include “No Parking Dec. 1 to March 1” have
Saturday, March 11, 2017 • 11:00am to 3pm At the Urban Ecology Center in Riverside Park – Free! There’s nothing as delicious and healthy as locally grown, authentic farm fresh food! But where to find it, and what to choose? The 15th annual Local Farmer Open House at the Urban Ecology Center features CSA farmers and enthusiasts ready to field your questions. This free event is your once-a-year
Four Inch Snow Rule DPW announces that the 4-inch rule is now in effect in the City of Milwaukee. If you are parked on a street designated as a 4-inch rule street, move your vehicle by 3:00 p.m. today – December 11, 2016 – to avoid a ticket and possible tow. City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works Announces An Overnight Snow Removal Operation for
The Milwaukee Police Citizen Academy is a seven-week program designed to provide citizens with a working knowledge of the Milwaukee Police Department. It consists of a series of classes held once a week for three hours. The 21-hour block of instruction will include classroom academics and practical applications in law, police procedures, defense and arrest tactics, firearms training and state-of-the-art technology used to combat
Winter parking regulations in the City of Milwaukee begin Thursday, December 1, 2016 and will remain in effect through Wednesday, March 1, 2017. In addition, the Department of Public Works (DPW) has winter parking information specific to the 48-Hour Parking Exception streets located throughout the City. Please see the attached press releases for details. In addition, you can find more information as follows: Winter parking regulations by
Rake Your Leaves into the Street by Sunday, November 20, 2016 Milwaukee residents have one additional weekend to clear their leaves! City of Milwaukee residents now have until Sunday, November 20, 2016 to rake their leaves into the curb lanes for pick-up by the Department of Public Works (DPW). DPW Sanitation crews currently are collecting leaves and will make one last sweep of all
Thursday, Nov. 17 – 5:00 PMCity Hall, 200 E Wells St. Mayor Tom Barrett is pleased to invite Milwaukee residents to the 103rd Annual City Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.Performances include the Lincoln Center of the Arts Ambassador Choir, Salvation Army Brass Ensemble, and the cast from the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s “A Christmas Carol”. More information available here.
Calling all ghosts and goblins! Citywide Trick or Treat is this Sunday, October 30 from 1 – 4 PM. More information is available here.
Public Safety Survey From Common Council President and 1st District Alderman Ashanti Hamilton: Welcome Community Members, Civic leaders and community partners across the city have been engaged in a robust conversation around public safety. We welcome your input as you and others help shape the outcome of public safety policy in the City of Milwaukee. I invite you to take this opportunity to share
Rake Your Leaves into the Street Beginning October 1, 2016. The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) announces that residents may rake their leaves into the curb lanes beginning Saturday, October 1 and ending Tuesday, November 15, 2016. Leaves and brush, along with other yard waste, are banned from landfills and must not be placed in garbage or recycling carts. DPW collects