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#CrushCovidMKE at Summerfest tomorrow
09/10/2021

#CrushCovidMKE at Summerfest tomorrow

The MKE Health Department will be at Summerfest TOMORROW, September 11, from noon until 10 p.m. with free Pfizer #COVID19 vaccines - no appointment necessary! Find us inside the festival grounds near the mid-gate, and let's get back to doing what we love safely. #CrushCovidMKE

Lend your voice and take this important survey!
09/10/2021

Lend your voice and take this important survey!

The 2021 Milwaukee County Community Health Survey helps inform health investments and programs in our community. Help shape the future of resources like food banks, motherhood/fatherhood programs, violence prevention programs, and more.

Visit www.healthymke.com/survey to take the survey right now!

#makeyourvoiceheard #yourvoiceourcommunity

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will...
09/06/2021

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will return to normal hours on Tuesday, September 7.

Request City services:
➡️ milwaukee.gov/Click4Action
➡️ MKEmobile app
➡️286-CITY

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will return to normal hours on Tuesday, September 7.

Request City services:
➡️ milwaukee.gov/Click4Action
➡️ MKEmobile app
➡️286-CITY

Got #COVD19 symptoms? Have you been in close contact with a sick person or someone who has tested positive? You need to ...
09/05/2021

Got #COVD19 symptoms? Have you been in close contact with a sick person or someone who has tested positive? You need to GET TESTED, even if you’ve been fully vaccinated. View free sites at milwaukee.gov/CovidTesting. #CrushCovidMKE

Got #COVD19 symptoms? Have you been in close contact with a sick person or someone who has tested positive? You need to GET TESTED, even if you’ve been fully vaccinated. View free sites at milwaukee.gov/CovidTesting. #CrushCovidMKE

COVID-19 doesn’t take the weekend off. Please celebrate #LaborDay safely and follow public health best practices. #MaskU...
09/04/2021

COVID-19 doesn’t take the weekend off. Please celebrate #LaborDay safely and follow public health best practices. #MaskUp #BeSmartStayApart #CrushCovidMKE

COVID-19 doesn’t take the weekend off. Please celebrate #LaborDay safely and follow public health best practices. #MaskUp #BeSmartStayApart #CrushCovidMKE

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will...
09/03/2021

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will return to normal hours on Tuesday, September 7. Request City services at milwaukee.gov/Click4Action, use the MKEmobile app or call 286-CITY.

A reminder that most City of Milwaukee offices will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of #LaborDay and will return to normal hours on Tuesday, September 7. Request City services at milwaukee.gov/Click4Action, use the MKEmobile app or call 286-CITY.

Lost your #COVID19 vaccine card? Don’t worry! You can access the Wisconsin Immunization Registry to print your record at...
09/02/2021

Lost your #COVID19 vaccine card? Don’t worry! You can access the Wisconsin Immunization Registry to print your record at bit.ly/DHSWIR or visit milwaukee.gov/CovidVax for additional info on lost cards.

Lost your #COVID19 vaccine card? Don’t worry! You can access the Wisconsin Immunization Registry to print your record at bit.ly/DHSWIR or visit milwaukee.gov/CovidVax for additional info on lost cards.

Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic! The City of Milwaukee Health Department will be at the Milwaukee Downtown Employee Appreciation W...
09/01/2021

Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic! The City of Milwaukee Health Department will be at the Milwaukee Downtown Employee Appreciation Week lunch at Schlitz Park TODAY until 2 p.m. with #COVID19 vaccines. Come get your free lunch and free vaccine! #CrushCovidMKE #iworkdowntownmke

Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic! The City of Milwaukee Health Department will be at the Milwaukee Downtown Employee Appreciation Week lunch at Schlitz Park TODAY until 2 p.m. with #COVID19 vaccines. Come get your free lunch and free vaccine! #CrushCovidMKE #iworkdowntownmke

Join us at the Fondy Farmers Market!
08/30/2021

Join us at the Fondy Farmers Market!

Did you know that there are things you can do to make your groceries last longer – while also reducing our impact on the climate?

Join us a Fondy Market next Tuesday to learn all about it and enter to win a FREE GIVEAWAY! 🎉

2200 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53206
Come anytime between 9AM and 2PM!

Protect yourself and your baby from #COVID19. Pregnant and recently pregnant people are at increased risk for severe ill...
08/27/2021

Protect yourself and your baby from #COVID19. Pregnant and recently pregnant people are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know: https://bit.ly/CDCPregnant #NAIM #CrushCovidMKE #NationalImmunizationAwarenessMonth

Protect yourself and your baby from #COVID19. Pregnant and recently pregnant people are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know: https://bit.ly/CDCPregnant #NAIM #CrushCovidMKE #NationalImmunizationAwarenessMonth

Get your vax at Mexican Fiesta this weekend! #CrushCovidMKE
08/25/2021

Get your vax at Mexican Fiesta this weekend! #CrushCovidMKE

If you're heading to Mexican Fiesta this weekend, the Milwaukee Health Department will be administering free #COVID19 vaccines in the Children's Wisconsin Community Park Children's Area, Friday through Sunday from 12 until 6 p.m. #CrushCovidMKE

Effective September 1, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for general City of Milwaukee employees. More information ...
08/24/2021

Effective September 1, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for general City of Milwaukee employees. More information on Mayor Tom Barrett's announcement below.

We have an obligation to provide a safe workplace that protects all employees, their family members and interacting members of the public. Effective September 1, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for general City of Milwaukee employees.

City employees will receive up to two hours of paid leave to receive vaccinations. Free COVID-19 vaccination is available through healthcare providers, local pharmacies, the City of Milwaukee Health Department's Northwest and Southside Health Center community clinics and other locations.

More details at milwaukee.gov/mayorbarrett/News/2021-News/Mayor-Tom-Barrett-Announces-COVID-Vaccination-Will-Be-Required-for-General-City-Employees.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. A reminder that adults and kids 12+ can get routine vaccines at the sam...
08/20/2021

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. A reminder that adults and kids 12+ can get routine vaccines at the same time as #COVD19 vaccine. Talk to your doctor about catching up on routine vaccinations. bit.ly/CDCKidsVax #NAIM #CrushCovidMKE

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. A reminder that adults and kids 12+ can get routine vaccines at the same time as #COVD19 vaccine. Talk to your doctor about catching up on routine vaccinations. bit.ly/CDCKidsVax #NAIM #CrushCovidMKE

Make your voice heard! Help us decide how to prepare a budget that is responsive to the needs of people and our communit...
08/20/2021

Make your voice heard! Help us decide how to prepare a budget that is responsive to the needs of people and our community. RSVP for the August 21 Making $ense of City Budgeting Exercise at Employ Milwaukee or take the 2022 Budget Priority Survey at: milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

Make your voice heard! Help us decide how to prepare a budget that is responsive to the needs of people and our community. RSVP for the August 21 Making $ense of City Budgeting Exercise at Employ Milwaukee or take the 2022 Budget Priority Survey at: milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

RSVP to join us TONIGHT, August 18 at 5:30pm, for the Making Sense of City Budgeting Exercise at Cristo Rey High School,...
08/18/2021

RSVP to join us TONIGHT, August 18 at 5:30pm, for the Making Sense of City Budgeting Exercise at Cristo Rey High School, 1818 W National Ave. Learn about City budgeting & balancing priorities to make tough budget choices. Event host: Alderwoman Zamarripa. ➡️ milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

RSVP to join us TONIGHT, August 18 at 5:30pm, for the Making Sense of City Budgeting Exercise at Cristo Rey High School, 1818 W National Ave. Learn about City budgeting & balancing priorities to make tough budget choices. Event host: Alderwoman Zamarripa. ➡️ milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

Mayor Tom Barrett will hold a virtual public hearing on the City of Milwaukee's 2022 budget on August 17, 5:30pm. Hear a...
08/16/2021

Mayor Tom Barrett will hold a virtual public hearing on the City of Milwaukee's 2022 budget on August 17, 5:30pm. Hear about key factors in the development of the Mayor's 2022 Proposed Budget and how the City will address challenges. Attendees will have the opportunity to share questions or comments. Register at milwaukee.gov/budget. #MKEbudget

Mayor Tom Barrett will hold a virtual public hearing on the City of Milwaukee's 2022 budget on August 17, 5:30pm. Hear about key factors in the development of the Mayor's 2022 Proposed Budget and how the City will address challenges. Attendees will have the opportunity to share questions or comments. Register at milwaukee.gov/budget. #MKEbudget

The City of Milwaukee wants every resident to feel welcome to engage in the City’s annual budget process. Mayor Tom Barr...
08/13/2021

The City of Milwaukee wants every resident to feel welcome to engage in the City’s annual budget process. Mayor Tom Barrett has proclaimed August 16-21, 2021 Budget Awareness Week and encourages you to take part in the events below and provide input.
➡ milwaukee.gov/budget

The City of Milwaukee wants every resident to feel welcome to engage in the City’s annual budget process. Mayor Tom Barrett has proclaimed August 16-21, 2021 Budget Awareness Week and encourages you to take part in the events below and provide input.
➡ milwaukee.gov/budget

To celebrate the return of The Hop's regular schedule, the streetcar is celebrating “Hop Summer Nights” from 4-6 p.m. ev...
08/13/2021

To celebrate the return of The Hop's regular schedule, the streetcar is celebrating “Hop Summer Nights” from 4-6 p.m. every Sunday in August.

Riders will be treated to free “hopsicles” from Pete's Pops and cool jazz from the Don Linke Trio.

More at http://thehopmke.com/hopsummernights.

To celebrate the return of The Hop's regular schedule, the streetcar is celebrating “Hop Summer Nights” from 4-6 p.m. every Sunday in August.

Riders will be treated to free “hopsicles” from Pete's Pops and cool jazz from the Don Linke Trio.

More at http://thehopmke.com/hopsummernights.

YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO JOIN THE 5:30PM WEBINAR TODAY, AUGUST 12! The City of Milwaukee Health Department and BCDI-Milwau...
08/12/2021

YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO JOIN THE 5:30PM WEBINAR TODAY, AUGUST 12!

The City of Milwaukee Health Department and BCDI-Milwaukee Black Child Development Institute of MKE are fighting to protect Black children and their families against COVID-19. #CrushCovidMKE

Register:- https://bit.ly/SleevesUpMKE2

$100 Gift Card* for any resident who shows proof that they were vaccinated after the webinar. *While supplies last

YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO JOIN THE 5:30PM WEBINAR TODAY, AUGUST 12!

The City of Milwaukee Health Department and BCDI-Milwaukee Black Child Development Institute of MKE are fighting to protect Black children and their families against COVID-19. #CrushCovidMKE

Register:- https://bit.ly/SleevesUpMKE2

$100 Gift Card* for any resident who shows proof that they were vaccinated after the webinar. *While supplies last

Every year in the fall, the City of Milwaukee is required to adopt a balanced budget to fund City programs and services....
08/10/2021

Every year in the fall, the City of Milwaukee is required to adopt a balanced budget to fund City programs and services. Every resident deserves to have a voice in deciding how the budget will be spent before it is adopted. We need your input to help us decide how to
prepare a budget that is responsive to the needs of people and our community.

Make your voice heard! Learn more or complete the 2022 Budget Priority Survey online at: milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

Every year in the fall, the City of Milwaukee is required to adopt a balanced budget to fund City programs and services. Every resident deserves to have a voice in deciding how the budget will be spent before it is adopted. We need your input to help us decide how to
prepare a budget that is responsive to the needs of people and our community.

Make your voice heard! Learn more or complete the 2022 Budget Priority Survey online at: milwaukee.gov/budget #MKEbudget

Check out the Live & Revive Business Summit on July 29 from 9 am–Noon.
07/28/2021

Check out the Live & Revive Business Summit on July 29 from 9 am–Noon.

Local businesses are vital to our neighborhoods. The Live & Revive Business Summit on July 29 from 9 am–Noon will provide valuable information, resources and networking to help businesses stabilize and grow while navigating pandemic recovery. Register at mke-cni.eventbrite.com.

Severe storms are headed our way #wiwx #staysafe
07/28/2021

Severe storms are headed our way #wiwx #staysafe

Listen to poetry and also receive your #COVID19 vaccine!
07/23/2021

Listen to poetry and also receive your #COVID19 vaccine!

Join #SDC, NAACP Milwaukee Branch and the City of Milwaukee Health Department TOMORROW at Garfield's 502 – 502 West Garfield Avenue, Milwaukee from 3:00pm – 7:00 pm. Come down and listen to poetry and also receive your #COVID19 vaccine! $25 gift cards will be given to the first 50 people to get #vaccinated.

#vaccine #Milwaukee #Poetry #Unplugged #SDCMilwaukee

07/20/2021

🏀For the big Milwaukee Bucks Game 6 crowd, Milwaukee Police Department has expanded the number of street closures/No Parking. Please follow all parking regulations and when driving downtown, allow for additional time and drive safely with a cautious eye. #BucksInSix
Full parking details ➡️milwaukee.gov/game6

07/20/2021

Downtown street closures and parking restrictions begin at noon. Watch for signs and add extra time to your travel plans.

Downtown Street Closures During the NBA Finals
07/20/2021

Downtown Street Closures During the NBA Finals

During the remainder of the NBA Finals, there will be several street closures and parking restrictions that will be enforced on the day of the game. The Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) recommends that anyone that is planning on attending the NBA Finals, watch parties at the Deer District or heading to the Downtown area, be aware of the delays that may be caused by traffic congestion, parking restrictions and street closures. MPD wishes the Milwaukee Bucks best of luck as they compete for the NBA Championship. Go Bucks!

The following streets will be closed as early as 12:00 p.m.:

W. McKinley Avenue from N. 6th Street to N. Dr. Martin Luther King Drive/ N. Old World Third Street.
W. State Street from N. 6th Street to N. Water Street.
N. Vel R. Phillips Avenue from W. Kilbourn Avenue to W. Vliet Street.
N. Old World Third Street from W. Kilbourn Avenue to W. McKinley Avenue.
N. Edison Street from W. State Street to E. Knapp Street.
N. Water Street from W. State Street to E. Knapp Street.
N. Market Street from W. Juneau Avenue to E. Knapp Street.
W. Highland Avenue from N. Vel R. Phillips Avenue to N. Market Street.
W. Juneau Avenue from N. 6th Street to N. Broadway.

No parking / tow away zones starting at 12:00 p.m.:

W. State Street from N. 6th Street to N. Water Street.
W. Highland Avenue from N. Edison Street to N. Market Street.
W. Juneau Avenue from N. Old World Third Street to N. Broadway.
W. McKinley Avenue / E. Knapp Street from N. 6th Street to N. Broadway.
N. Edison Street from W. State Street to E. Knapp Street.
N. Water Street from W. State Street to E. Knapp Street.
N. Market Street from W. Knapp Street to W. Juneau Avenue.

These street closures are subject to change as there may be other street closures or parking restrictions made as circumstances change throughout the event.

NOW RECRUITING!
07/20/2021

NOW RECRUITING!

Your voice is needed. Join the door-to-door canvassing effort as a community mobilizer to raise confidence in COVID-19 vaccines. You can earn $17-$25 an hour.

Interested? To attend a paid training session on Friday, July 23 at 1 p.m., register here: bit.ly/mkemobilizer

#CrushCovidMKE

07/19/2021

Bucks in Six! If you're heading to the Deer District tomorrow, are still unvaccinated, and want a chance to see the Milwaukee Bucks play Game 6 live in Fiserv Forum, the Milwaukee Health Department will be vaccinating on-site before the game! Anyone who gets their shot will be entered to win two tickets to that night's game! Find us by the medical tent. Let's #CrushCovidMKE!!

Register to join us TONIGHT!
07/19/2021

Register to join us TONIGHT!

It’s not too late to register for TONIGHT’s 5:30 p.m. Milwaukee Recovery and Resilience Plan Community Meeting. Learn more and ask questions about the proposed $93 million allocation of American Rescue Plan funds.

Register for the GoToMeeting in advance here: register.gotowebinar.com/register/2980133224974270992

07/15/2021

The Milwaukee Recovery & Resilience Plan is a strategic allocation of $394 million in #AmericanRescuePlan dollars. It builds on our momentum to bring the pandemic under control; addresses the urgent needs of residents, families and neighborhoods hardest hit by the COVID-19 public health emergency; and makes investments to catalyze broader economic recovery and rebuilding.

The first phase of the plan, my “Stronger Summer” allocation, directs $93 million to address critical issues and kick-off Milwaukee's #COVID19 recovery.

Here's the breakdown:
✅$30.4M - Affordable & Sustainable Housing
✅$18.2M - Fiscal Sustainability & Core City Services
✅$13.8M - Employment & Job Training
✅$12.6M - Public Health & Pandemic Response
✅$10M - Small Business & Economic Development
✅$6.6M - Community & Neighborhood Health
✅$1.5M - Early Childhood Education

Read the full plan here ➡️bit.ly/3wLzT3q

POSTPONED: The City of Milwaukee Health Department vaccination clinic and Milwaukee Bucks ticket raffle will be postpone...
07/14/2021

POSTPONED: The City of Milwaukee Health Department vaccination clinic and Milwaukee Bucks ticket raffle will be postponed until Tuesday, July 20. Follow the Health Department for updates!

Due to severe weather, the Milwaukee Bucks and Milwaukee Health Department have made the decision to postpone the vaccination clinic and ticket raffle to Game 6 on Tuesday, July 20.

Take your shot at the NBA Finals with the City of Milwaukee Health Department and the Milwaukee Bucks!
07/12/2021

Take your shot at the NBA Finals with the City of Milwaukee Health Department and the Milwaukee Bucks!

We'll be back out at the Deer District at Fiserv Forum on Wednesday with Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines from 6 until 7:45 p.m. Anyone who gets their shot on-site will be entered to win two FREE tickets to that night's Game 4 of the NBA Finals! Keep yourself and your community safe from #COVID19 with this quick and easy vaccine, AND cheer on the Milwaukee Bucks! It's a win/win! #CrushCovidMKE #BucksInSix

Please be advised that these QR code stickers on recycling carts are not from the City of Milwaukee.
07/06/2021

Please be advised that these QR code stickers on recycling carts are not from the City of Milwaukee.

📢DPW has received reports of stickers with QR codes placed on recycling carts. Be advised this is NOT from the City of Milwaukee and we do not suggest accessing its information.

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https://youtu.be/QQUnlLf7gYw Why are the MPD afraid of transparency? Why would they waste crime scene tape as a means to deter the 1st Amendment. This scene has no evidence markers. Its is not defined to the specific area of the crime and the excuse of having to watch the Journalist lessens their ability to their job is not intelligent excuse. They always need to be aware of who is about and who might enter the crime scene. Someone must always have the duty of security of the scene, normally more than one. So what is the real reason other than to stop the 1st Amendment.
https://youtu.be/QQUnlLf7gYw Why are the MPD afraid of transparency? Why would they waste crime scene tape as a means to deter the 1st Amendment. This scene has no evidence markers. Its is not defined to the specific area of the crime and the excuse of having to watch the Journalist lessens their ability to their job is not intelligent excuse. They always need to be aware of who is about and who might enter the crime scene. Someone must always have the duty of security of the scene, normally more than one. So what is the real reason other than to stop the 1st Amendment.
https://youtu.be/-lNxE50U_-0 Congratulations on bringing the hate Tibbets......His improper actions as well as making up law is beyond what he is trained and must have been learned on the street. He brings discredit upon the City, the Department and every member who is doing it right.....
I am sure there will be no response. However, there needs to be more organization for the priority shots locations for the Mill Road location. The hours are 10-4 when most have to work and on a walk in basis? Now this means one will have to take an entire day as no one knows how this will work as a walk in. Can someone revisit this and set it up so there are appointments as well. Better planning for the staff so they are not inundated too. Looking for several appointments...who can help?
Ya wariyat Mezmur
I can tell by the failure to remove leaves from the streets how you all will treat Milwaukee once the snow hits.😑 What a great job. You should give yourselves a pat or two.
2238 n farewell ave Crossroads collective No plexiglass at the bar Along with management not wearing mask Made an old lady say she’ll never come back here
o, let me see now; Black Thugs Matter are allowed to terrorize, humiliate, harass and torment citizens who are doing NOTHING to them but when citizens stand up to the bullies, They get arrested, Right? THANK THE DEMOCRATS FOR THIS
WTH is this. So if they show up out in front of your homes in the middle of the night and you get the same police respond time I hope you'll just wait patiently. Pathetic