Join Mayor Tom Barrett next week for the next two webinars in the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely series.
Mayor Tom Barrett announced today the appointment of Joan R. Johnson to serve as Milwaukee Public Library Director and City Librarian.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding DNC health protocols.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding federal agents in Milwaukee.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding in-person classes.
This week, every City of Milwaukee household will be receiving a SafeVote postcard encouraging residents to vote safely from their home by requesting an absentee ballot by mail.
Mayor Tom Barrett and the Milwaukee Health Department join with the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Restaurant Association and Milwaukee restaurant operators, to present another Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely webinar.
Mayor Tom Barrett Tuesday announced his plans to commit significant resources from the Community Development Block Grant Fund to address housing, employment and COVID-19 mitigation efforts. The total amount that will be reprogrammed comes to approximately $5.6 million dollars.
Mayor Barrett will host two new webinars alongside community partners and City departments to help share important COVID-19 information on a variety of topics.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling on DACA.
Mayor Barrett announced the creation of a Commission on Police Accountability and Reform to examine police practices and strengthen community trust among law enforcement officers in every neighborhood in the city.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding Officer Michael Mattioli.
Mayor Tom Barrett announces first round of cabinet appointments and reappointments for City of Milwaukee leadership positions. Appointments are subject to Common Council confirmation.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett today appointed Lafayette Crump as Commissioner of City Development.
Starting this week, the Wisconsin National Guard will be pausing COVID-19 testing at its Midtown Center. Residents of Milwaukee’s North Side neighborhoods can still access diagnostic COVID-19 testing at nine area hospital systems and community health centers.
Effective Monday, May 18, 2020, the City of Milwaukee will begin providing hazard pay through funding by the CARES Act to general city employees, including civilian members of the Milwaukee Fire Department and Milwaukee Police Department, as well as sworn management personnel who meet eligibility criteria.
Mayor Tom Barrett, the City of Milwaukee Health Department and Barbicide will be hosting a webinar on Saturday, May 16 at 11 a.m. CDT.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Wisconsin’s Stay at Home order.
The Milwaukee Public Library announced today that it will begin offering patrons the opportunity to borrow materials in a limited manner while its locations remain closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Tom Barrett is calling on all Milwaukee area residents to wear jeans on Wednesday, April 29, as a sign of support for local survivors of sexual assault. This year marks the ninth annual Denim Day Milwaukee.
COVID-19 has not hindered the U.S. Census Bureau’s ability to launch the 2020 Census. The 2020 Census was officially launched on March 12, 2020 and is well underway.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the passing of Eugene Kane.
Mayor Tom Barrett's statement regarding Governor Tony Evers’ order to suspend in-person voting.
Mayor Tom Barrett's statement regarding COVID-19.
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.