Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd

Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd was elected in 2018 to represent the residents of Milwaukee's 5th Aldermanic District on the Milwaukee Common Council.

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Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 11, 2020 at 10 amCurrent Conditio...
12/11/2020
Snow and Ice Control Operations

Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 11, 2020 at 10 am

Current Conditions: 42° Rain and windy.

Forecast: Windy and rain tonight mixing with snow overnight into Saturday. Possible all snow by Saturday afternoon into the evening. The range of snow totals currently is 0”-6 “. The lake water temperature is 48° and with Northeast winds, may lessen the amount of snow near the lake. Pavement temperatures are near 40° which if they hold, will help to melt much of the snow. All this is to say that we just don’t know when the rain will change to snow, how much we will get, and how much will accumulate on the pavement.

The Plan: We are monitoring weather forecasts carefully. Staff is scheduled to drive and monitor road conditions overnight. All trucks have been prepared and started to ensure they are ready to roll. All drivers and support staff have been notified of possible call outs for tonight overnight and into tomorrow as needed. If a General Ice Control ( GIC) Operations is called we will have 103 salt trucks on the road.

Covid-19 precautions have been established and are in place to provide for social distancing and limiting person to person contact during operations. Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers are stationed for use and masks are required unless the driver is alone in their vehicle.

Parking: No impact expected.

Winter parking regulations began December 1, with no parking 2 am – 6 am on through highways and bus routes. Posted signs take precedence, such as streets posted No Parking Dec 1- Mar 1. We encourage those that park on the street to sign up for E –Notify and text messaging at milwaukee.gov/parking.

Find more information on our website: milwaukee.gov/snow

Current Operation status and information for snow and ice control in the City of Milwaukee.

Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 9, 2020 at 1 pmCurrent Conditions...
12/10/2020
Snow and Ice Control Operations

Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 9, 2020 at 1 pm

Current Conditions: Sunny and 53 degrees. Pavement temperatures range from mid to high 50’s.

Forecast: Possible snow this weekend. Forecasts seem to be shaping up for mild rain turning to snow Friday evening into Saturday. The range of snow totals currently is 1-3” to 2-6 “ Unsure how much will actually accumulate on the pavement.

The Plan: To be on the safe side, we will be conducting an anti-icing operation tomorrow. You may see our 6 tanker trucks and several hybrid salt trucks applying salt brine to the pavement on all bridges, over passes and arterial streets. The brine will dry as white strips on the road ways and provide deicing properties for freezing precipitation. In addition, we are actively monitoring changing weather forecasts, starting all of the salt trucks in advance to ensure they are ready to roll and preparing our drivers and support staff.

Covid-19 precautions have been established and are in place to provide for social distancing and limiting person to person contact during operations. Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers are stationed for use and mask are required unless the driver is alone in their vehicle.

Parking: No impact expected.

Winter parking regulations began December 1, with no parking 2 am – 6 am on through highways and bus routes. Posted signs take precedence, such as streets posted No Parking Dec 1- Mar 1. We encourage those that park on the street to sign up for E –Notify and text messaging at milwaukee.gov/parking.

Find more information on our website: milwaukee.gov/snow

Current Operation status and information for snow and ice control in the City of Milwaukee.

Please check out some important information regarding property tax payment procedures.
12/08/2020

Please check out some important information regarding property tax payment procedures.

Working to make alternative transportation more enjoyable.
12/08/2020

Working to make alternative transportation more enjoyable.

Timeline Photos
11/25/2020

Timeline Photos

Please take a moment to give your feedback on the Chief of Police candidates to Milwaukee’s Fire and Police Commission.
11/24/2020
Chief of Police Candidate Survey

Please take a moment to give your feedback on the Chief of Police candidates to Milwaukee’s Fire and Police Commission.

Affordable land and leasing costs, abundant fresh water, an educated workforce, low business costs and easy access to financing, technical assistance and efficient transportation have helped local businesses succeed and grow.

Timeline Photos
11/19/2020

Timeline Photos

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Leaf 🍂collection has been extended until November 22nd.
11/13/2020

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Leaf 🍂collection has been extended until November 22nd.

As cases continue to rise, please keep taking appropriate precautions.
11/13/2020

As cases continue to rise, please keep taking appropriate precautions.

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post
11/12/2020

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post

11/12/2020
“True heroism is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.” - ...
11/11/2020

“True heroism is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.” - Arthur Ashe

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post
11/05/2020

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post

“Throughout the summer we have heard calls for reform within the police department to decrease the dependence on police ...
10/28/2020

“Throughout the summer we have heard calls for reform within the police department to decrease the dependence on police response to non-violent situations," said Alderwoman Dodd.

Take Root Milwaukee - over 40 community organizations working to provide sustainable housing. Find mortgage relief optio...
10/28/2020

Take Root Milwaukee - over 40 community organizations working to provide sustainable housing. Find mortgage relief options now!

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post
10/26/2020

Photos from Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd's post

Timeline Photos
10/26/2020

Timeline Photos

Please come and check out the “Drive Thru Job Fair” in the Walgreens parking lot at 9040 W Good Hope Road from 12-4pm on...
10/22/2020

Please come and check out the “Drive Thru Job Fair” in the Walgreens parking lot at 9040 W Good Hope Road from 12-4pm on Wednesday, October 28th. 🚙 📋

Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd
10/21/2020

Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd

Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd
10/21/2020

Alderwoman Nikiya Dodd

10/21/2020
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10/21/2020

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10/20/2020
We look forward to hearing from the community for their input on social justice issues. For instructions on how to watch...
10/16/2020

We look forward to hearing from the community for their input on social justice issues. For instructions on how to watch the live stream, please email our office at [email protected] or visit milwaukee.legistar.gov.

Night parking enforcement will be reinstated on November 2nd.
10/15/2020

Night parking enforcement will be reinstated on November 2nd.

Today is the last day to request an absentee ballot! Please visit myvote.wi.gov to vote safely in the upcoming election.
10/14/2020
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Today is the last day to request an absentee ballot! Please visit myvote.wi.gov to vote safely in the upcoming election.

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A statement from the Common Council on Indigenous People’s Day.
10/12/2020

A statement from the Common Council on Indigenous People’s Day.

Please check out this article for links to additional COVID-19 financial relief. Millions has been set aside for rental ...
10/07/2020
Gov. Evers Announces nearly $50 million in COVID-19 Support for Wisconsinites

Please check out this article for links to additional COVID-19 financial relief. Millions has been set aside for rental assistance, energy assistance and food security. We encourage that this link be shared and contact our office for additional information.

$47 million includes support for child care, healthcare navigators, food security, and energy and rental assistance

It’s not too late to support the Cooper Kops Collective. Great holiday favors, amazing crafts, art, and baked goods.
10/04/2020

It’s not too late to support the Cooper Kops Collective. Great holiday favors, amazing crafts, art, and baked goods.

Here are the City of Milwaukee sanitation services for fall and winter. 🍂 ❄️
09/29/2020

Here are the City of Milwaukee sanitation services for fall and winter. 🍂 ❄️

A statement from the Common Council.
09/28/2020

A statement from the Common Council.

The 2nd round of the City’s business restart grant program is underway. Applications will be accepted beginning October ...
09/28/2020

The 2nd round of the City’s business restart grant program is underway. Applications will be accepted beginning October 1st 2020. Please visit Milwaukee.gov/restart for more information.

A successful Fall Town Hall Meeting at Nash Park. A huge thank you to the constituents that attended as well as The Peop...
09/25/2020

A successful Fall Town Hall Meeting at Nash Park. A huge thank you to the constituents that attended as well as The People’s Revolution, including Representative David Bowen and Tiffany Henry.

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“I will continue to work hard to earn your trust in improving our neighborhoods, delivering efficient city services to all, and working together to keep our neighborhoods safe. That is my pledge to you.”

Meet Nikiya

Nikiya Q. Dodd is a lifelong public servant leader and not-for-profit management professional. Elected in 2018, she is the first woman and African American to be elected to the 5th Aldermanic District in the City of Milwaukee, and the first woman elected to the 6th Senate District in the Wisconsin State Legislature. She is the second woman and African American in the history of Milwaukee to be elected to three branches of government in the state.

As Alderwoman, Nikiya sponsored legislation to add over 200 jobs to the 5th Aldermanic District by rezoning underutilized land for the development of a 325,000 square-foot building and future property tax revenue to the City and sponsored a resolution urging the Wisconsin State Legislature to allow the City to extend benefits to those in domestic partnerships.

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