Time is Running Out - Act Now to Combine Me² Incentives and Focus on Energy Cash-Back Rewards
You must complete your project by August 30 to get these Me² incentives (or while funding lasts). If you complete your project after August 30, you are still eligible for Focus on Energy rewards and Summit Financing.
Insulating your home and adding a new furnace can make your air conditioning work better and keep you cool all summer long, while saving you money on your energy bills. The Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program, Me², provides expert guidance, thousands of dollars in rebates, and low-cost financing to make energy efficiency improvements affordable. It helps keep you and your family more comfortable in your home and is great for the environment.
Sign up today at www.smartenergypays.com or call 877-399-1203.
2013 Frank P. Zeidler Public Service Award
Nominees are being sought for the 2013 Frank P. Zeidler Public Service Award. The award will be presented to the City of Milwaukee resident(s) whose work best exemplifies the values and vision of former Mayor Zeidler. Nomination materials are due no later than July 15, 2013.
Fill out nomination form
Questions? Email or call (414) 286-2366
Mayor Barrett and Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. Announce New Ways of Applying to Serve on City Boards or Commissions
Residents can submit their names for consideration for boards and commissions via the Mayor’s Office and the Common Council President’s web pages.
"I've always encouraged residents to be involved in boards and commissions and I’m pleased this new mechanism makes it even easier for Milwaukeeans to get engaged. We welcome civic involvement and are hopeful this online process generates significant interest,” Mayor Barrett said.
Council President Hines said he is hopeful the new online nomination options empower residents to seek service on city boards and commissions. “The new options allow residents to apply more easily to serve on boards that are involved in making important decisions and recommendations that will affect the future of Milwaukee, and I welcome the ease and transparency that the new options offer.” President Hines said.