This work sheet must be completed by the abatement firm and attached to the project plans when submitted with
the asbestos project permit application at least 5 working days before the start of abatement.
This form is required for anyone applying pesticides in the City of Milwaukee.
Use this form to apply for a permit deal with asbestos removal, masonry cleaning, swimming pools and other DNS Environmental functions.
Use this application to apply for a permit for installing a swimming pool, water slide, pool attraction, cleaning masonry, and removal of asbestos. Review the requirements, then send in the completed application with the fee to the Department of Neighborhood Services Environmental Section. Further information is available at DNS Environmental section (414) 286-3280.
This file contains all the information necessary including permit worksheet and application for cleaning the exterior of a masonry building. Includes precautions to take, additional permits required for sidewalk closure and special rules for historic buildings. Questions on this matter can be answered by calling the DNS Environmental Section at (414) 286-3280.
This form is for those instances where a known event will generate loud noise (i.e. festival, or temporary event) It is to be applied for before the event and requires Aldermanic and DNS approval.
When hosting an event that might disrupt the normal noise level of the area one must obtain a noise variance. These are the instructions on how to complete the Noise Variance Permit Application listed above. Questions can be answered by calling the DNS Environmental Section at 414-286-3280.
Swimming Pool Information Packet and Permit- This file contains all of the necessary information and applications to apply for a permit to build or install a swimming pool, wading pool, water slide, water attraction, new or existing pool. Review the documents and complete the diagrams and then send in the completed application with the appropriate fee. Questions? Contact the DNS Environmental Section at (414) 286-3280.
Use this form to have the city remove unwanted vehicles from your property. If you are the owner, a fee may be charged. If the vehicle is illegally parked or abandoned on you property the City will tow it away for free. See details for information on this application.