Highlighting Milwaukee’s progress and growth, Mayor Tom Barrett presented the 2018 State of the City Address on Monday at the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons. Mayor Barrett emphasized the City’s efforts in strengthening neighborhoods, promoting job growth, building healthier and safer communities, and improving educational initiatives in Milwaukee.
Partnership Seeks to Prevent Accidental Gun Related Deaths and Injuries Involving Children
State’s system and incorrect data result in erroneous deactivation of voter registrations
Senate Bill 408 criminalizes gun purchases on behalf of felons and acting as ‘human holster’
Property values across the City of Milwaukee are climbing according to the annual revaluation compiled by the City Assessors Office
Local project is one of 60 receiving funding nationwide
Mayor Tom Barrett announced he will submit Willie Wade’s name to Employ Milwaukee’s Board of Directors to succeed Earl Buford as President and CEO of Employ Milwaukee.
Mayor Barrett will continue to host neighborhood walks in Milwaukee communities throughout the summer and encourages city residents to join a walk.
New Framework Will Help Milwaukee Bring a New, Innovative Transportation Option Safely and Legally to the City
Mayor Proposes significant investment to City’s lead program and replacement of service lines
Grammy Award-Winning Music Producer David Banner to share advice with attendees
Mayor Barrett announced the City’s Green Infrastructure Plan Framework to add functional green space to Milwaukee streets, schools, and parking lots.
As in-person absentee “early” voting numbers in the City of Milwaukee surpass previous records for mid-term elections
The City of Milwaukee has been named a semi-finalist for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) 2019 Culture of Health Prize.