City of Glendale Wisconsin

City of Glendale Wisconsin The City of Glendale intends to provide quality services to the citizens and commerce of Glendale. These services promote safety, quality and growth.
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We seek to build positive, lasting relationships with our citizens and to assure growth.

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Congratulations to Glendale's City Clerk Megan Humitz! The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition asked voters to nominate ...
05/12/2021

Congratulations to Glendale's City Clerk Megan Humitz! The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition asked voters to nominate Municipal Clerks who prioritized making voting welcoming and accessible to all voters.

Megan Humitz - City of Glendale, Milwaukee County

“Ms. Humitz is diligent about informing the public about aspects of voting and upcoming elections. On her website she has detailed information on Absentee Voting, Voter Photo ID, Voter Registration, Sample Ballots and Poll Workers. She also posts voting information in the City of Glendale Newsletter, Nextdoor and Facebook. There is a drop box outside of City Hall and I think all polling places are wheelchair accessible.”

Nominated by Mary Jo Wellenstein

05/12/2021

Water Main Maintenance Port Washington Rd and Silver Spring Drive.

Due to unforeseen events, work needs to be done at the intersection of Port Washington Road and Silver Spring Drive. Maintenance is scheduled for this Thursday night May 13th into late Friday morning.

The following is the anticipated schedule:

• Thursday, May 13
o 6:30 pm – lane shutdown. One in each direction, with traffic control showing flow
o 8:30 pm – digging will commence
o 9:00 pm – all traffic signals will be put into red flash mode. Stop conditions for all lanes of travel
o 10:00 pm – water shutdown (affects two businesses only).
o 3:00 am – water turned back on

• Friday, May 14
o 6:00 am – backfill excavation
o 6:30 am – concrete poured
o 12 noon – pull traffic control and open all lanes

The Town of Milwaukee was created in 1838 by the Wisconsin Territorial Legislature.  The move formed a manageable govern...
05/11/2021

The Town of Milwaukee was created in 1838 by the Wisconsin Territorial Legislature. The move formed a manageable governmental district and service region for an area that was sparsely populated. From the start, the Town of Milwaukee comprised the northern half of Milwaukee County. As settlers moved in, the area was constantly decreased - primarily a result of local incorporation into villages and cities, who would then undertake their own community services. The Town of Milwaukee continued as the governmental unit for unincorporated areas. When Glendale incorporated in 1950, the Town of Milwaukee technically dissolved. The inside of the Town Hall building is now staged as it may have looked in the late 1800's.

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and I am sure we are all eager for some fresh air. What better place to spend...
04/30/2021

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and I am sure we are all eager for some fresh air. What better place to spend your time outdoors than at Richard E. Maslowski Park? We would love to see you there! Just a friendly reminder that pets (dogs included) are unfortunately not allowed on the park premises at any time. Please see below for additional park regulations to ensure a safe, clean, and welcoming environment.

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and I am sure we are all eager for some fresh air. What better place to spend your time outdoors than at Richard E. Maslowski Park? We would love to see you there! Just a friendly reminder that pets (dogs included) are unfortunately not allowed on the park premises at any time. Please see below for additional park regulations to ensure a safe, clean, and welcoming environment.

Effective May 1, we are ending the emergency order we issued 3/14/20. North Shore COVID cases are low and declining. Vac...
04/29/2021
Rescinding Emergency Order

Effective May 1, we are ending the emergency order we issued 3/14/20. North Shore COVID cases are low and declining. Vaccination rates are going up everyday. No special emergency powers needed to control this in our city. COVID is not over, but manageable.

Community Listening Session on Policing in Glendale. The City has commissioned an Organizational Study of the Glendale P...
04/27/2021

Community Listening Session on Policing in Glendale.

The City has commissioned an Organizational Study of the Glendale Police Department. We want to hear your opinions on policing in the City! Please join us for a Zoom discussion facilitated by the Matrix Consulting Group, the consulting firm that is assisting the City on this study.

Join us on Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 6:00PM CST.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89036665064

Meeting ID: 890 3666 5064
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+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

We will be discussing a wide range of topics related to police services in Glendale, and your input is essential.

Community Listening Session on Policing in Glendale.

The City has commissioned an Organizational Study of the Glendale Police Department. We want to hear your opinions on policing in the City! Please join us for a Zoom discussion facilitated by the Matrix Consulting Group, the consulting firm that is assisting the City on this study.

Join us on Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 6:00PM CST.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89036665064

Meeting ID: 890 3666 5064
Dial by your location
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

We will be discussing a wide range of topics related to police services in Glendale, and your input is essential.

Contact Public Works to learn how you can recycle electronics in Glendale. 414-228-1710.
04/22/2021
E-cycle | Wisconsin DNR

Contact Public Works to learn how you can recycle electronics in Glendale. 414-228-1710.

TVs, laptops, cellphones and other electronics contain valuable materials that can be recovered through responsible recycling. Electronics also contain hazardous materials, such as lead and mercury, that can harm human health and pollute the environment if not properly managed. Wisconsin’s electro...

Join Us for Glendale Clean Up Day on Saturday, April 24th at 9:30AM - 12:00PM. Help us clean the City owned parks and pr...
04/19/2021

Join Us for Glendale Clean Up Day on Saturday, April 24th at 9:30AM - 12:00PM. Help us clean the City owned parks and property. See more details below.

Join Us for Glendale Clean Up Day on Saturday, April 24th at 9:30AM - 12:00PM. Help us clean the City owned parks and property. See more details below.

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04/13/2021

Timeline Photos

The North Shore Health Department is cancelling the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine clinic today, April 13 per direction from the CDC and WI Department of Health Services.

Our Thursday Pfizer clinic is proceeding as planned.

Other options for where to receive your vaccine:

Vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center: Sign up here -https://city.milwaukee.gov/CovidVax or call (414) 286-6800

MKE Health Department Community Clinics
Walk-in only Monday – Friday, 10am-4pm
North Division High School 1011 W. Center St.

Greenfield Health Department MODERNA COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Wednesday 04/14/2021 - located at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex, 6000 W Ryan Rd, Franklin, WI 53132. Sign Up Here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/april14jj

COVID-19 vaccines at SAGE Specialty Pharmacy: Pfizer vaccine is still available this week. Sign up here: https://www.sage-specialtypharmacy.com/covid-19 or call 414-861-7243 to make an appointment.

The City of Glendale is asking for resident input on Library services.We appreciate the feedback we have received thus f...
04/08/2021

The City of Glendale is asking for resident input on Library services.

We appreciate the feedback we have received thus far from Glendale residents and encourage the rest of you to share your input of what you may desire for library services.

To access the Community Survey online, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GlendaleLibrary. If you would like to complete a hard copy of the survey, please call the City of Glendale at (414) 228-1702.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The City of Glendale is asking for resident input on Library services.

We appreciate the feedback we have received thus far from Glendale residents and encourage the rest of you to share your input of what you may desire for library services.

To access the Community Survey online, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GlendaleLibrary. If you would like to complete a hard copy of the survey, please call the City of Glendale at (414) 228-1702.

We look forward to hearing from you!

A reminder that the 2021 Spring Election will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. To determine your polling locati...
04/05/2021

A reminder that the 2021 Spring Election will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. To determine your polling location, please visit www.myvote.wi.gov. The Glendale polls will be open from 7:00AM – 8:00PM.

All absentee ballots must be placed in the dropbox located in the island of the Police Department Parking Lot NO LATER than 7:30PM on election day. On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, if you have not placed your ballot in the dropbox by 7:30 PM, your ballot will need to be dropped off at your designated polling location before 8:00PM.

1. District 1 & 3: Nicolet High School (Gymnasium) 6701 N Jean Nicolet Road
2. District 2 & 6: City of Glendale (Common Council Chambers) 5909 N Milwaukee River Parkway
3. District 4 & 5: Good Hope Elementary School 2315 W Good Hope Road

If you have additional questions, please call City Hall at 414-228-1718.

A reminder that the 2021 Spring Election will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. To determine your polling location, please visit www.myvote.wi.gov. The Glendale polls will be open from 7:00AM – 8:00PM.

All absentee ballots must be placed in the dropbox located in the island of the Police Department Parking Lot NO LATER than 7:30PM on election day. On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, if you have not placed your ballot in the dropbox by 7:30 PM, your ballot will need to be dropped off at your designated polling location before 8:00PM.

1. District 1 & 3: Nicolet High School (Gymnasium) 6701 N Jean Nicolet Road
2. District 2 & 6: City of Glendale (Common Council Chambers) 5909 N Milwaukee River Parkway
3. District 4 & 5: Good Hope Elementary School 2315 W Good Hope Road

If you have additional questions, please call City Hall at 414-228-1718.

The Library Community Survey is now available and we want to hear from you! In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common ...
03/24/2021

The Library Community Survey is now available and we want to hear from you!

In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common Council voted to give notice to leave the North Shore Library in 2023. We are looking for YOUR INPUT on what our community desires from our new library. We’ll be using the results of the community survey to identify the types of public library service that best fit our community in Glendale.

To access the Community Survey online, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GlendaleLibrary. If you would like to complete a hard copy of the survey, please call the City of Glendale at (414) 228-1702.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Library Community Survey is now available and we want to hear from you!

In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common Council voted to give notice to leave the North Shore Library in 2023. We are looking for YOUR INPUT on what our community desires from our new library. We’ll be using the results of the community survey to identify the types of public library service that best fit our community in Glendale.

To access the Community Survey online, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GlendaleLibrary. If you would like to complete a hard copy of the survey, please call the City of Glendale at (414) 228-1702.

We look forward to hearing from you!

** Correction: Absentee Voting Begins Tuesday, March 23!While City Hall remains open by appointment only, In-Person Abse...
03/16/2021

** Correction: Absentee Voting Begins Tuesday, March 23!

While City Hall remains open by appointment only, In-Person Absentee Voting (also known as “Early Voting”) will also take place by appointment only.

You may call to schedule an appointment for In-Person Absentee Voting during the following hours:
Tuesday, March 23 – Friday, March 26 from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday, March 29 – Thursday, April 1 from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday, April 2 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

You may also request an Absentee ballot be mailed directly to you by visiting MyVote.WI.gov. Your ballot may then be returned by mail OR placed in the silver dropbox located on the island in the police department parking lot, next to City Hall (no contact, required!). The dropbox is secure and emptied daily by City Hall staff.

Appointments may be made by calling 414-228-1718.

** Correction: Absentee Voting Begins Tuesday, March 23!

While City Hall remains open by appointment only, In-Person Absentee Voting (also known as “Early Voting”) will also take place by appointment only.

You may call to schedule an appointment for In-Person Absentee Voting during the following hours:
Tuesday, March 23 – Friday, March 26 from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday, March 29 – Thursday, April 1 from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday, April 2 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

You may also request an Absentee ballot be mailed directly to you by visiting MyVote.WI.gov. Your ballot may then be returned by mail OR placed in the silver dropbox located on the island in the police department parking lot, next to City Hall (no contact, required!). The dropbox is secure and emptied daily by City Hall staff.

Appointments may be made by calling 414-228-1718.

Friendly reminder to please visit https://myvote.wi.gov to request a ballot, register to vote, or locate your polling lo...
03/15/2021
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Friendly reminder to please visit https://myvote.wi.gov to request a ballot, register to vote, or locate your polling location for the Spring Election on April 6, 2021. For additional questions, please feel free to call City Hall at 414-228-1718. Thank you!

My Vote

In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common Council voted to give notice to leave the North Shore Library in 2023.The No...
03/12/2021

In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common Council voted to give notice to leave the North Shore Library in 2023.

The North Shore Library is a joint library comprising the member communities of Glendale, Fox Point, Bayside, and River Hills. After more than a year of discussion focused on improving the library building and enhancing library service to our community, Glendale made the decision to leave the joint library and move forward with an independent library that will better meet the needs of our residents.

What does that mean for Glendale?

We are looking for YOUR INPUT on what our community desires from our new library. We’ll be using the results of a community survey to identify the types of public library service that best fit our community in Glendale.

Please watch for an online community survey (or a mailed survey per preference) in the coming weeks for a chance to voice your opinion!

In August 2020, the City of Glendale Common Council voted to give notice to leave the North Shore Library in 2023.

The North Shore Library is a joint library comprising the member communities of Glendale, Fox Point, Bayside, and River Hills. After more than a year of discussion focused on improving the library building and enhancing library service to our community, Glendale made the decision to leave the joint library and move forward with an independent library that will better meet the needs of our residents.

What does that mean for Glendale?

We are looking for YOUR INPUT on what our community desires from our new library. We’ll be using the results of a community survey to identify the types of public library service that best fit our community in Glendale.

Please watch for an online community survey (or a mailed survey per preference) in the coming weeks for a chance to voice your opinion!

All military veterans of the City of Glendale are invited to submit their names for the Veterans Memorial at Richard E. ...
03/04/2021

All military veterans of the City of Glendale are invited to submit their names for the Veterans Memorial at Richard E. Maslowski Community Park. Eligible veterans include past and present members of the US armed services, Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, and Coast Guard, who served in wartime or peacetime, and have lived in Glendale at any time since the City’s foundation (December 28, 1950), and who hold an honorable discharge. For more information, please view the City’s website here: https://www.glendale-wi.org/DocumentCenter/View/647/Veterans-Memorial-Registration-Form

The deadline to have your name added in 2021 is April 2, 2021. SPACE IS LIMITED. For more information, please contact Kaela at the Glendale City Hall (414) 228- 1702.

All military veterans of the City of Glendale are invited to submit their names for the Veterans Memorial at Richard E. Maslowski Community Park. Eligible veterans include past and present members of the US armed services, Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, and Coast Guard, who served in wartime or peacetime, and have lived in Glendale at any time since the City’s foundation (December 28, 1950), and who hold an honorable discharge. For more information, please view the City’s website here: https://www.glendale-wi.org/DocumentCenter/View/647/Veterans-Memorial-Registration-Form

The deadline to have your name added in 2021 is April 2, 2021. SPACE IS LIMITED. For more information, please contact Kaela at the Glendale City Hall (414) 228- 1702.

Introducing the MADACC Fundraiser! It is a virtual challenge to celebrate Active Dog Month, April 2021. Everyone, pet ow...
03/02/2021
MADACC MADACC

Introducing the MADACC Fundraiser! It is a virtual challenge to celebrate Active Dog Month, April 2021. Everyone, pet owners or not, are invited to join and help raise money for the animals at MADACC. Everyone is able to participate, and MADACC has a mail option for those who are unable to make it to pick up due to distance and time constraints. For more information, please view the link below.

http://madacc.org/movemorewagmore/

You are all welcome to join Team MADACC or Team Cat if you have a species preference!

MADACC Move More Wag More April is Active Dog Month and here at MADACC we have created a virtual challenge to get you and your dog, or just you if you have a cat, moving! Chose a challenge that will make you work, but is realistic for you and your pet, by choosing the 30-, 60- or 90-mile distance fr...

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Could you please make it possible to pay property taxes online, directly from our checking accounts or credit cards? I used to go into City Hall to pay and sometimes have used the drop box after hours. I tried that earlier this week and saw no dropbox near the new doors. Would be so much faster and easier -- and safer -- for us all if we could pay electronically (ACH or electronic funds transfer payments). I believe it would simplify things for the City of Glendale, too. Thank you. TW
FOUND DOG. Young intact male brown and white pitbull dog found wandering on Green Bay Rd near Pelican Lane. Please contact me if this may be your dog or if you know who he may belong to.
Just a note to say how great the staff has always been at our voting station! Always helpful and always smiling. They deserve credit! :)
“The only thing Anderson had in common with the thieves is that she is also African-American,” said attorney Mark Thomsen, who filed the lawsuit. “Had Anderson been white this would not have happened.” C'mon, leaders of Glendale. This kind of behavior MUST STOP. I get that policing is a tough job, but really? Please relay to your chief of police that he needs to reform and update police procedures. This simply makes the GPD look like a bunch of racist bullies. We ought to be WAY past this as a nation.
Say goodbye forever to the tunnel beneath the freeway at Nicolet High School. But, why?
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Does anyone happen to know the seasonal hours/ opening date for the Sprecher Oasis at the Maslowski Community Park?
Why did the Common Council approve the construction of Govt, subsidized housing on Bender Rd, did they not consider what happened to North Ridge, Capitol Court and all the criminal activity around this type of housing? I bet none of them live in the area that they voted to destroy. Your common council at work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HEY PEOPLE. WERE HIRING AT MY WORK IN GLENDALE. Pet University is a dog training, daycare and boarding facility with three locations in the area. We're currently looking for back handlers. This position is about maintaining a group of up to 15 dogs, ensuring their safety and making sure they're having fun 😍 of course this also includes LOTS AND LOTS of cleaning. Dogs are messy 😝 I am the hiring manager at Glendale along with the help of a few of my wonderful other coworkers, we're looking to hire a couple more people ASAP. So if you're interested, go to pet-u.net and scroll to the bottom of the page to find the employment application. You can either fill it out on your computer and send it in, print it and return it or feel free to stop in and fill one out on site 🤗 we're located at 727 W Glendale Ave. basically behind Sprecher Brewery. Any questions lemme know guys! 🐶🐾