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Walk 100 Miles in 100 Days 

Walk 100 Miles With The Mayor

Please join me in creating a healthier Milwaukee. Less than half of Milwaukee residents report getting recommended physical activity on a regular basis.

We can change this, one step at a time. That is why I am challenging all Milwaukee residents to join me in walking 100 miles in 100 days.

Why walk? It’s easy, accessible, and it could save your life. I hope to see you out and moving this summer!
Create an account to track your miles

Transform Milwaukee Jobs Program 

Transform Milwaukee Jobs Program

In partnership with the United Migrant Opportunity Service (UMOS) agency and the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB), the City will be placing up to 75 transitional program participants in Department of Public Works laborer assignments in August for a period not to exceed 1,040 hours.

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Milwaukee Gun Hotline 335-GUNS (4867)

Milwaukee now has a safe and anonymous way to report suspected illegal weapons in the city. Residents can call: 335-GUNS (335-4867).

335-GUNS is Milwaukee’s CONFIDENTIAL gun hotline. Callers provide details and information that will help get guns off of our streets.

Each call could represent one or many lives that may be saved from accidental or intentional shootings.

Mayor Barrett's Earn & Learn program is in full swing 

Hire Milwaukee's Promising Youth

Several Milwaukee-area businesses have committed to hiring Milwaukee high school and college students as summer interns.

The following companies have joined the impressive list of businesses hiring youth: Helwig Carbon Products, Kahler Slater Architects, Phoenix Products Company and STRATTEC Security. There is still plenty of time for companies to help young people develop work-readiness skills while they earn a paycheck.