For the current safety and long-term health of our workforce, we are focusing on essential services. Please be patient as response times will likely be longer than usual and some non-essential services have been suspended.
COVID-19 has not hindered the U.S. Census Bureau’s ability to launch the 2020 Census. In fact, the 2020 Census is well underway. From March 12-20, every household in the U.S. will receive the U.S. Census Bureau’s invitation letter to participate in the 2020 Census with specific instructions on how to be counted. For the first time in history, residents will be able to respond online or by phone, but will still be able to respond by mail if they prefer. Residents may visit my2020census.gov to compete the 2020 Census online.
The Milwaukee Police Department has been actively working with our system partners, including the Milwaukee Health Department, to address any changes in our operations as it relates to the COVID-19 virus.
MPD Anuncia Cambios Debido a el COVID-19: El Departamento de Policía de Milwaukee ha estado trabajando activamente con nuestros socios sistematicos, incluyendo a el Departamento de Salud de Milwaukee, para abordar cualquier cambio en nuestras operaciones en relación con el virus COVID-19.
Effective immediately, the City has suspended all timed, metered and night parking restrictions to accommodate residents who are home due to COVID-19. Vehicles must abide by all other parking regulations, including posted “NO PARKING” signs. Parking Enforcement will focus on safety-related violations including unauthorized parking in a handicapped space, obstructing traffic/bicycle/streetcar lanes, and parking too close to an alley/driveway/fire hydrant/crosswalk. Proper use of Loading Zones (including Carryout Zones) will be actively enforced.
The City of Milwaukee currently owns several historic homes and is offering them for sale to the right owner. If you love the scale, details and craftsmanship of a historic home and love to renovate, we may have the perfect house for you!