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Welcome to District Three

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Information & Resources

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Crime & Safety Meetings

For questions, contact Community Prosecution Unit - 935-7972

How to Maintain A Secure Home

How to Maintain A Secure Home

Milwaukee has experienced an increasing trend of burglaries in its surrounding neighborhoods. Learn tips to maintain a secure home.

Vehicle Theft Prevention

Vehicle Theft Prevention

Simple tips to help you from being a victim of a stolen auto and vehicle break in.

Community Partners

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The Washington Park Neighborhood is located  in the City’s West Side within the boundaries of N 27th Street to WI-175 and West North Avenue to West McKinley Boulevard.

While this collaboration predominantly services the redevelopments within the Washington Park and Historic Walnut Hill Neighborhoods, there is inclusion of residents and partners or some mutually focused geographic portions of the Martin Drive; Metcalfe Park; Uptown Crossings; Washington Heights; and Sherman Park Neighborhoods.

Martin Drive Neighborhood Association The mission of the Martin Drive Neighborhood (Association), through programs and projects, will embrace and foster a sense of belonging and common purpose, resulting in a neighborhood that is beautiful, diverse, secure, and fun for everyone!

Avenues West Association Located just west of downtown, Avenues West serves a densely populated urban neighborhood. The 90 square blocks of the Avenues West neighborhood offer recreation, business, education and varied living opportunities to almost 30,000 people on a daily basis. Avenues West is bounded by I-43 on the east, 27th Street on the west, I-94 on the south and Highland Avenue on the north.

Cold Spring Park Neighborhood Association Establish CSP as a safe, fun & nurturing neighborhood to live, work, raise a family and attend school.

"Preserving the past, while investing in the future."

Historic Concordia Neighbors, Inc Welcome to Milwaukee’s Historic Concordia neighborhood. This area’s rich history dates back to 1850 when settlers created large estates on what was then the Watertown Plank Road. Since then, this early Milwaukee suburb has attracted the rich and powerful of the Victorian Era who built spectacular homes and mansions. Most of these homes have survived over a hundred years intact. Today it is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood of caring individuals.

Marquette University Excellence. Faith.Leadership. Service. These are the pillars of our mission, and you will find them in everything we do.

Be The Difference

Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc For the past 10 years, MVP and its partners have been working to redevelop the Valley. The results to date are transformative and catalytic. The revitalization of the MenomoneeValley in the past decade has earned Milwaukee the reputation of a national leader in sustainable urban redevelopment.

Sherman Park is a community on the move. It is awake, vital, and eagerly pursuing the American Dream of a better life. Take a closer look at what Sherman Park has to offer. It's a vibrant heritage with a focus on the future - a tomorrow filled with amenities and opprtunites for all.

Story Hill Neighborhood is one of the newer neighborhoods defined by the river.  Perched on a bluff overlooking Miller Park, Story Hill lies at the geographic center of Milwaukee County; access in any direction is effortless.  But the neighborhood is anything but a crossroads.  Shaped by the valley throughout its history, Story Hill is a neighborhood that stands apart.

Uptown Crossing neighborhood Association is a brand new sub-neighborhood association of the larger Sherman Park Community Association in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Our goal is to help organize our little corner of Sherman Park to better meet the needs of our area as well as the larger association.

Washington Heights Neighborhood Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving quality of life, sense of community, and pride in our urban neighborhood.

Walnut Way Conservation Corp "Our mission is to sustain economically diverse and abundant communities through civic engagement, environmental stewardship, and creating venues for prosperity."

Johnson Park Neighborhood Association was created as a result of the City of Milwaukee’s neighborhood revitalization program. We believe in creating and promoting a safe and friendly neighborhood. We will be proactive in improving the quality of life for all residents.

Valley Park Civic Assosiation (Piggsville) is an honest, straightforward community. It's not too complicated, but it has a rich tradition and strong sense of identity. Its river, its railroad, its houses, and above all, its people make it one of a kind in Milwaukee.

51st Street Block Watch Welcome to the 2100 block of N. 51st Street, located in the historic Washington Heights Neighborhood. Our block watch started in early June 2010, as a way to connect with our neighbors and make our community a safe place to live.

Bluemound Heights is a residential area situated on the west side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The tree-lined streets are dotted with mostly single-family homes owned by young couples starting their families as well as long-time residents, many who have lived in Bluemound Heights their entire life. Located in Police District 3, neighbors work with district crime prevention officers to take a proactive approach to safety, as well as working with our elected representatives to maintain a high quality of life.

Merrill Park Neighborhood Association
South Oak Park Court Neighborhood Watch 
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Community Bulletins

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Law Enforcement Explorers

Are you (or someone you know) age 14 to 19 and interested in a career in Law Enforcement? If so, then becoming a Law Enforcement Explorer may be the thing to do! Law Enforcement Explorers are a branch of the Boy Scouts of America, and as such, are coordinated in part as a coeducational unit.

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Help for Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

The City of Milwaukee is committed to helping our neighborhoods remain healthy for generations to come. We are coordinating with various organizations, government agencies and private lenders and reaching out to homeowners facing foreclosure.

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MPD District 3

Capt. Jeffrey Norman
2333 N 49th St
Milwaukee, WI 53210
Phone: 414-935-7234

Emergency - 911

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District numbers (414 area code)

Captain's Office- 935-7230

Lieutenant's Office- 935-7231

  • Day Shift-8 am to 4 pm
  • Early Shift-4 pm to 12 am
  • Late Shift-12 am to 8 am

Desk Sergeant's Office- 935-7232

Patrol Sergeant's Office- 935-7237

Community Liaison Office- 935-7972
Don't know who else to contact? Your Community Liaison Officers may be able to help you help yourself. Your Community Liaison Officers can help you start a Block Watch program, or deal with a long standing nuisance issue in your neighborhood.

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