Mayor Tom Barrett today appointed Leon Todd as Executive Director of the Fire and Police Commission.
After conducting three weeks of testing at its new community COVID-19 testing sites, the City of Milwaukee would like to remind residents to use all testing sites efficiently and appropriately.
Mayor Tom Barrett announced today the launch of the Financial Navigators Program, a free service to help residents navigate critical financial issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Tom Barrett has declared October 18-24, 2020 as “Milwaukee Homelessness Awareness Week.”
Mayor Tom Barrett and Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg announced the launch of the City of Milwaukee Election Commission’s new website, 414 Votes.
Mayor Barrett, Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg and Common Council President Cavalier Johnson highlighted the importance of early voting in the 2020 presidential election.
The Census Bureau announced that self-response and field data collection for the 2020 Census will conclude today after reporting that 99.9% of households have now been counted.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding night parking regulations.
Every adult and child has the constitutional right to be counted. Responses must be submitted by September 30, 2020.
Mayor Barrett virtually presented his 2021 Proposed Executive Budget Address on Tuesday, September 22 at 9 a.m. to the Common Council at City Hall.
Mayor Barrett and City leaders highlighted the addition of 15 new, 24-hour absentee ballot drop boxes located throughout the city in advance of the 2020 presidential election.
Over the coming week, every City of Milwaukee household will receive a SafeVote postcard encouraging them to vote safely from their home by requesting an absentee ballot by mail.
Mayor Tom Barrett joined City leaders and Senior Vice President of the Milwaukee Bucks Alex Lasry to announce Fiserv Forum and Miller Park as two additional early voting centers for the 2020 general election.
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Mayor Tom Barrett invites Milwaukee residents to join him, Budget Director Dennis Yaccarino and Finance & Personnel Committee Chairman Alderman Michael Murphy on Wednesday, August 26 from 5-7 p.m. for a hearing and presentation on the City of Milwaukee’s 2021 Budget.
On July 30, 2020, the City of Milwaukee announced an allocation of an additional $15 million in CARES Act funding for rent support and assistance to help over 3,000 families remain in stable housing.
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.