Long overdue changes to Pulaski Park and the surrounding neighborhood are being planned, including energy conservation projects, youth programming and other efforts aimed at increasing resident engagement and improving safety in the area.
Winners of the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDIs), awarded to organizations working to improve impoverished neighborhoods, were announced at a sold-out dinner.
Home and apartment owners in Martin Drive, Pulaski Park and St. Joseph’s are now able to borrow money for building improvements through the Target Investment Neighborhood (TIN) program.
Cyclists and families from the South Side and around the city are praising a new section of the KK River Trail for its beauty and safety.
More than 50 volunteers met at the Sixth Street Bridge to pick up trash near the Kinnickinnic River.
More than 130 participants have graduated from the nine-month Latino Nonprofit Leadership Program during its first eight years.
Homeowners and investors in the Harrison Avenue Targeted Investment Neighborhood can apply for zero-interest home rehabilitation loans that are partially forgivable, but few have done so.
Resident concerns about asbestos and lead contamination from the KK River Rehabilitation and Flood Control Project have resulted in a policy change by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District.