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Direct Connect MKE 

Direct Connect MKE

DirectConnectMKE – the city’s new interactive social media mobile accessible platform – is now live! Unemployed and underemployed young adults and Millennials in Milwaukee’s emerging neighborhoods can now easily access vital information on job training, job supports, and job placement opportunities.

Corporate Champions interested in using DirectConnectMKE to mentor, support and or hire young talent for their workforce needs should email or leave a message with the City Clerk’s Workforce Development Office 414-286-3552.

City of Milwaukee Municipal Identification Not Authorized for Voting Purposes 

Municipal Identification

On July 26, 2016, the Milwaukee Common Council passed a law creating a municipal identification (ID). If you have lived in the City of Milwaukee for at least 15 days, you may be eligible to receive a municipal ID. Click on the picture to learn more.

 City Records Center returns to newly improved home 

City Records Center returns to newly improved home

The City Records Center (CRC) is set to re-open in its original location, room B-1, following a brief relocation during remodeling. To access the CRC, citizens should enter the Zeidler Municipal Building (841 N. Broadway) and take the elevator to level "B" Read more here>>

sex offender exclusion zone map 

Sex Offender Ordinance

Please note that effective September 23, 2017, the City of Milwaukee’s residency restrictions for sex offenders ordinance has been significantly revised.

Individuals having questions regarding this matter should contact the Milwaukee Police Department’s Sensitive Crimes at 414-935-7405 or 414-935-7401.



Municipal Research Center

Serves as a primary resource for public and privileged access to, and preservation of, current and archival information on Milwaukee's municipal government and historic properties. It is comprised of the City Records Center, Historic Preservation, and the Municipal Research Library (formerly the LRB Library).


Legislative Reference Bureau

Performs research, legislative drafting and fiscal analysis for the Common Council and other city departments.


Legislative Research Center (Legistar)

Online access to Common Council files, agendas, minutes and meeting videos and information on city boards, commissions and committees.


License Division

Processes applications for over 100 different licenses and permits and assists the Council in its deliberations regarding licensing matters.


Public Information Division

Produces publications, aldermanic newsletters, arranges press briefings and news releases. Maintains web pages for the Common Council and City Clerk's Office and operates City Channel 25.


Red Tape Rescue

Set up your Milwaukee business quickly and easily with these Red Tape Rescue resources:

Common Council City Clerk  

Contact Us

City Hall
200 E. Wells Street
Room 205
Milwaukee, WI 53202  

Hours and Directory

(414) 286-2221

City of Milwaukee City Clerk Jim Owczarski  

City Clerk

Jim Owczarski


Phone: (414) 286-2998
Fax: (414) 286-3456

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