This guide was developed by MHNA with support of UWM and MPD to provide community members with a summary of how to handle noise nuisance problems.
Click here to read MHNA’s full statement in opposition to AB 568, which would severely restrict a municipality’s ability to regulate rental properties.
Get the latest on garbage/recycling pick-up, sidewalk snow removal and snow emergency parking regulations.
This document, prepared by MPD District 1 Captain Thiele, outlines the new procedures that residents are to follow for calling for police service. This guidance replaces the Report It, Record It policy. Please note that when calling the non-emergency number to request service, you may request a citation be issued and District 1 officers will follow up on that request the same as with Report It, Record It.
MHNA encourages residents to utilize and support this new system, have patience as we all transition into the new system, and keep both Captain Thiele and MHNA (email@example.com) updated on your experiences with the new procedures.
It has been about 18 months since UWM signed on to the MENA/UWM Collaborative Framework and Process for Addressing Quality of Life on the East Side alongside six east side Neighborhood Associations including MHNA. This summary is intended to provide neighbors with an explanation of the events related to this collaborative process.
Is there a problem property on your block where sidewalks don’t get shoveled, trash builds up, or grass is rarely cut? You can do something about it! Click here to learn more.
This MHNA handout was delivered to students living off campus in our neighborhood as part of the University UNITE (University-Neighborhood Initiative to Engage) effort.
The quality of life in our neighborhood depends upon mutual respect and working together to keep a positive and safe place to live. The guidelines below are some that are defined by City of Milwaukee Ordinances. [more…]
The Milwaukee Police Department provides Murray Hill Neighborhood Association with monthly data on nuisance calls. MHNA complies this data for use as an assessment tool. Click on the link below to view the most recent data.
The Collaborative Framework is the document intended to guide the working group of east side neighborhood associations and UWM to address quality of life concerns.
This video shows the hearing of the Zoning and Neighborhood Development (ZND) Committee of the Common Council on the rezoning of the Columbia St. Mary’s complex (“Northwest Quadrant”) to accommodate UWM needs.
MHNA submitted this formal letter of opposition to UWM’s rezoning request on the basis that unchecked growth of the UWM campus and population over the past decade has played a major role in degrading the quality of life for adjacent residential neighborhoods. MHNA believes UWM needs to better collaborate with stakeholders in the adjacent neighborhoods to mitigate the negative impacts to the community.