Over the years there has been an abundance of material and resources that have been put together to assist the neighborhood with addressing issues that negatively impact our community.
Below you will find some of the “tools” that a resident can use to address issues that impact their quality of life.
The City of Milwaukee offers its “e-notify” service as a convenience to allow citizens to sign-up to receive email messages from various city or county departments or agencies. The citizen can request E-Notifications from the following categories:
Address Location based notifications, Information Updates News Releases – City of Milwaukee or County , City or County Agency Meetings, Plans for Future City Development, Police and Crime Trend Bulletins by Police District.
If you have a request, need an issue resolved, or would like to express a concern, you can use the City of Milwaukee
E-Service Request system to notify them of your problem or concern. Your request will be routed to the appropriate
City department for action.
This page displays a summary of Calls for Service made to a 911 operator and dispatched to the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD). Calls displayed represent calls dispatch 30 – 90 minutes prior to the updated date. The system is updated every 5 minutes.
This page displays a summary of Calls for Service made to a 911 operator and dispatched to the Milwaukee Fire Department (MFD). Calls displayed represent calls dispatched 30 – 120 minutes prior to the updated date below and all calls that are active regardless of dispatch time.
My Milwaukee Home provides the user with a wide variety of facts about their residence and its surrounding area. By simply entering a valid City of Milwaukee street address, users can obtain information about their home and their neighborhood including: Property Recording, Code Violations, Service Requests and Permits
What crimes have occurred in your neighborhood? Create maps that display crimes for 4 weeks prior to selected date. Each map contains information for 12 crimes. The user can select which crimes they want to see at one time.
Journal Sentinel Crime & Safety Page
You can explore crimes in Milwaukee, read recent crime news, follow crime & safety tweets, browse searchable crime databases and more.
Use online form for your questions/comments about operational matters in Johnsons Park: maintenance, signage, lighting, and dogs in the park.
This website allows you to search for information about a property that is registered to a corporation or other business entity.
This website (WCCA) provides access to certain public records of the Wisconsin circuit courts. The information displayed is an exact copy of the case information entered into the circuit court case management system by court staff in the counties where the case files are located. The court record summaries viewed here are all public records under Wisconsin open records law.
You may view case information by performing searches by case number, citation number, defendant name or violation location. A municipal court is a trial court that deals exclusively with cases involving city ordinance violations. Offenses brought before a municipal court are those that occur within the limits of the municipality. Examples of violations handled in municipal court are: traffic, assault and battery, disorderly conduct, vandalism, loitering, theft, shoplifting, building code, health code, and drunken driving.
Contains information from key committees:
- The Licenses Committee reviews various license and permit applications, including those for alcohol beverage-related businesses, home improvement businesses, rooming houses, loading zones and domestic partners.
- The Public Safety Committee is concerned with issues brought forth from the fire, police, health and neighborhood services departments as well as traffic control, emergency medical services and parking. It also licenses alarm businesses and public passenger vehicles and drivers.
- The Public Works Committee is responsible for physical services provided by the city such as street and alley maintenance, waste collection, disposal and recycling, sewer, water and flood control projects, assessments, public buildings, land and waterways.
- The Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee reviews issues relating to city development, zoning, historic preservation, incremental tax financing, building codes and housing projects.
BOZA is authorized to hear appeals in matters relating to all zoning ordinances.
Interested parties can monitor property use where the owner/operator wishes to use it in a manner that does not meet City Zoning Code Ordinances.