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The best way to protect you and your family from measles is to get vaccinated.
Click here or call 414-286-8034 to see if you qualify for a free vaccine.
Protect your family from lead exposure by getting lead safe! Lead exposure can occur through lead-based paint, drinking water, soil and other materials. What can you do?
Get Lead Safe in Three: Visit Lead-Safe Milwaukee
Find Lead Poisoning Prevention Information & Resources
Violence is a public health issue. To coordinate and guide a public health approach to violence prevention, Milwaukee's Blueprint for Peace serves as a comprehensive, community-driven agenda for addressing the complex factors that drive violence. Find the full report here.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department is taking action to raise awareness that opioids can be addictive and dangerous. Know the risk of what you're taking / Conozca los riesgos que hay en lo que está tomando
Effective July 9, 2018, e-cigarette use (also known as vaping or JUULing) is no longer allowed in the City of Milwaukee on city property and in place that prohibit cigarette smoking, including: Restaurants, bars, other business and workplaces (i.e. office building).
Download your window signage here.
Click here for more information on the city of Milwaukee’s ordinance related to E-Cigarettes.
Stay safe in hot weather!
Click here for hot weather safety tips and a list of cooling sites in Milwaukee.
Posted Sept 02, 2019
Get updated beach advisory information.
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