Jobs are an integral part of growth and prosperity for every city neighborhood. The City of Milwaukee is a proud partner in providing unemployed and underemployed residents with the training they need to connect to employment opportunities.
With one full week of early voting still to occur, Milwaukee’s early voting numbers have already surpassed numbers from previous Spring Elections.
WHAT: Presentation of the 2019 Vel R. Phillips Trailblazer Award to Ms. Bria Smith. A student at Franklin High School, Ms. Smith currently serves as President of the City of Milwaukee Youth Council, and has brought forward her concerns about gun violence to and shared her call to action with a national audience. WHEN: Tuesday, March 26 […]
Quality housing added to Milwaukee’s 30th Street Corridor.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett will announce Wednesday that the two remaining parcels in the City’s Menomonee Valley Industrial Center are set to be developed.
The third FREE Lunch and Learn Summer Series session focused on City Approvals will be held at 12 p.m. on Monday, July 23 in room 301-B at City Hall.
Mayor visits program that brings residents together while building community strength.
When you mix rain, some snow, and swings in temperature from the 20s to the upper 40s, you have created the perfect conditions for creating potholes.
The Common Council – City Clerk’s Workforce Development Office presents a handful of job opportunities.