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
Neighbors, Please join us for the November Murray Hill meeting on Tuesday, November 27 at 7 PM at the Urban Ecology Center, Riverside Branch @ 1500 E Park Place. Our special guest will be Alderman Nik Kovac whom we have invited to speak about Milwaukee’s annual budget, as well as state implications to our local budget, including the findings in the Wisconsin Policy Forum’s 2017 report On the
Early Voting in Our Neighborhood! All Milwaukee residents, not just UWM students, can vote early at a special polling location located at the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts, Room 171, 2419 E. Kenwood Blvd. Remaining dates for early voting at the Zelazo Center follow: Saturday, Oct. 27 — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Neighbors, We hope you can join us for out October membership meeting, which will be on Tuesday, October 23 at 7PM at the Urban Ecology Center – Riverside Park branch, 1500 E Park Place. Our main speaker will be Bonnie Halvorsen, Campus Farm Partnerships Manager for UWM. She is a card-carrying foodie and gardener and believes in the therapeutic aspects of growing, eating, and sharing good
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,
Grab your kids and costumes and get up on Downer to trick-or-treat at our businesses, enjoy the amazing Halloween-themed chalk artistry, stroll along with our accordian player, and buy your pumpkin at St. Mark’s Church! Vote for your favorite pumpkin from our businesses as they compete to win our carving contest this year while you earn your chance to win great prizes. Kids can
The 13th annual Panther Prowl, a 5K race open to runners and walkers will result in closure of some streets around UWM. Click here to download a PDF about the event.
Neighbors, We are very excited to invite you to next week’s Murray Hill Neighborhood Association meeting, where we will be joined by special guest speaker Carl Swanson. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 25 at 7 PM at the Urban Ecology Center (1500 E Park Place). Carl will join us for a fascinating glimpse into the city’s past. Carl explores and writes about
Hi Neighbors, As east side residents, most of us appreciate that we live so close to so many daily amenities — groceries, drug stores, restaurants, book stores, schools, clinics, and so much more. In fact, many of us live close enough that we might consider healthy and sustainable transportation options of walking, biking, or taking transit to these places. But having amenities nearby is
Hi neighbors! We hope you all are having a wonderful summer. Fall is just around the corner, so it is time for us to invite you to our August Murray Hill meeting next week Tuesday, August 28,which will focus on how MPD, UWM, and our neighborhood can work together to ensure a peaceful transition into fall semester as new and returning students move into the