The U. S. Census counts every person in the U. S. and takes place every 10 years. The next census is just around the corner. Households will be invited to participate in the 2020 Census in mid-March. For the first time ever, the Census Bureau will accept responses online and by phone, but you can still respond by mail if you prefer.
Census data is used to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities for education, health, housing and more. Wisconsin alone receives $12.6 billion annually based on census data. Census data decides how many seats we get in the U. S. Congress and election wards. Your information is private, and it is against the law for the Census Bureau to share it with immigration and law enforcement agencies.
To learn more about the census and census job opportunities, please visit: milwaukee.gov/2020Census
The City of Milwaukee Department of City Development (DCD) is seeking proposals from organizations who have or plan to implement programs in the city of Milwaukee to enhance the access to fresh healthy food in our communities. All FAFF grant applications and associated materials are due by February 28, 2020 by 4:00pm CST.
The City-County Carjacking and Reckless Driving Task Force held community meetings on November 12, 2019, at South Division High School and November 25, at Rufus King High School. This memo presents recommendations along with feedback and comments to the Task Force provided by residents during these community meetings.
The Department of Neighborhood Services is here to help make sure that your project is done right the first time. DNS inspects your permitted project to ensure the safety of your home, save you money and catch any issues early on. Learn more about home updates that do not require a permit and link to helpful resources, energy programs and incentive programs you can use to rehab your property.
Opioid Overdose Report in Milwaukee County from 2012-2018