Freedom Scholarship Essay Contest
The Freedom Scholarship Essay Contest was started by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs to assist college bound, recent high school grads in the Milwaukee Area to better understand where their paths lead.
Enter to win today! Submissions are being accepted until August 14, 2020.
ARCH Loan Program
The ARCH Loan Program provides matching loans of up to $25,000 to buyers of City-owned tax foreclosed properties that will be used for art related uses or as community resources centers. Examples of eligible uses include an art studio, artist gallery space, community resource hub (space for community meetings, classes or where information is available about community resources).
Both residential, new construction on vacant land and mixed-use commercial properties are eligible for the program.
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Apply Online for City Boards and Commissions
Residents can apply online to quickly and easily place their names in nomination for appointments to serve on city boards and commissions.
Alderwoman Coggs encourages residents to get involved and consider submitting their name for consideration using the new options. “The public deserves a nomination system that is more accessible and transparent, and one that will include potential board and commission candidates from across the entire city,” she said. “Residents who want to become more civically active and involved should take advantage of this new process.”
Fair Housing Council
Do you think you might lose your home? You are not alone.
For legitimate, free assistance, contact a housing counselor with a nonprofit agency that is a member of Take Root Milwaukee at 414-921-4149 or takerootmilwaukee.org). Nonprofit counselors will provide you with professional assistance – at no cost to you. If you suspect that you have become the victim of a mortgage rescue scam, or if you have experienced discrimination in any aspect of the housing market, please call the Metro Milwaukee Fair Housing Council, a nonprofit agency that will help you – for free! Call the Fair Housing Council at 414-278-1240.