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Fall Leaf Collection Oct. 1 - Nov. 26 

Fall Leaf Collection Oct. 1 - Nov. 26

City of Milwaukee residents may start raking leaves into the curb lanes starting Wednesday, October 1. Collection will begin on Monday, October 13 and end on Wednesday, November 26.

Remember, leaves and brush, along with other yard waste, are banned from landfills and must not be placed in garbage
or recycling carts.

Get tips for a successful fall leaf collection

MFD and MPD Accepting Applications 

MFD and MPD Accepting Applications

Police Officers preserve public peace, protect life and property, work within the community to prevent crime, and enforce City ordinances and State laws.

Police Aides (ages 17-19) are uniformed civilian employees who serve in an apprentice-style program designed to prepare them for a career as a Police Officer.

Fire Cadets (ages 17-19) are uniformed civilian employees who work in an apprentice-style program designed to prepare Cadets for a career as Milwaukee Firefighters.


New Mobile Service Request App

Mayor Tom Barrett unveiled the new City of Milwaukee mobile application designed to help residents report issues to the City through an app on their iPhone or Android devices without having to call or visit the City’s website.

With the MKE Mobile, residents will be able to report issues including abandoned vehicles, graffiti, potholes, weeds/tall grass complaints, street light outages and more.

 Learn where to download and how to use MKE Mobile app


Homebuyer Assistance Program

Forgivable Loans up to $20,000 for the Rehabilitation of City-Owned Homes

The City of Milwaukee is committed to assisting homebuyers with the purchase and rehabilitation of City-owned foreclosed homes. If you are interested in home ownership you may want to consider the great opportunities available under the Homebuyer Assistance Program which is being offered as a part of Mayor Tom Barrett’s Strong Neighborhoods Plan.

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Election Workers - Help Milwaukee Vote

Now Hiring Election Workers

Oct 02

Electronic MS Word Election Inspector and Chief Inspector applications now available.
The Election Commission is hiring election workers for the November 4 General Election. Earn some extra money, work at a site close to home, and serve as a role model of civic responsibility to your friends, family and neighbors.

For more information, please call 414-286-3491, email Election Worker Coordinator Dan Puhek or visit the Election Worker webpage.


Council Rewind

Oct 01

Recap the most recent business on the Milwaukee Common Council’s agenda. Topics include selling city-owned foreclosed properties to nonprofits for $1, Milwaukee's racial disparities, and the regulated monopoly that’s charging more on power bills.


WI Voter ID Law, Free ID Card, and Voter Registration

Sep 29

Los Hechos sobre Identificación del Elector e Inscripción Electoral

Starting with the November 4, 2014 General Election, all Wisconsin voters must show an acceptable photo ID before they can be issued a ballot to vote. This includes voters at polling places and many absentee voters.


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10-02-20149:00 AMCity Hall, Room 301-B

CITY HALL ROTUNDA EVENT - St. Ann Center Jewelry Sale Fund Raiser

10-02-20149:00 AM  - 2:00 PM200 E. Wells St., City Hall Rotunda

Business Improvement District Board No. 21

10-02-201411:30 AM600 East Wells St., Milwaukee Downtown Office

Milwaukee Public Library Board of Trustees Library Executive Committee

10-02-20141:00 PMCentral Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Meeting Room 1


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Fire & Police Commission

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