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HOME GR/OWN Milwaukee is an initiative of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, led by the City's Environmental Collaboration Office (ECO).
Mayor Tom Barrett’s HOME GR/OWN initiative is working to transform neighborhoods. Learn more about us and what we do. HOME GR/OWN In the News.
In 2019, HOME GR/OWN is focused on the City Neighborhood Beautification project, Fondy Park - Phase 2, closing out the 2018 ISC grant with Walnut Way, the new pocket park enhancement project with the NML Foundation and renovating Victory over Violence park on MLK Dr/Center St.
We can help residents re-purpose vacant lots, grow their own food and increase access to healthy, local food.
Help HOME GR/OWN Milwaukee create Strong Neighborhoods and create beautiful, sustainable spaces using City-owned vacant lots.
City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Room 603, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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