Residents joined this virtual event focused on the fundamental concepts of climate change. This event was a partnership between the City of Milwaukee Environmental Collaboration Office, Sherman Park ECO Neighborhood, Hummingbird, and Clean Wisconsin.
On behalf of The Sherman Park Community Association & Executive Director Mabel Lamb, a Heart felt Thanks is sent to all Community Partners & Residents who attended the 2022 Sherman Park Association Earth Day in May - Bloom & Groom Event. The event was filled with Amazing Blooms, Food, Smiles, Laughter & Exceptional Information on
SPCA Community Organizer – Full-Time Position Be part of a well-established community-based organization in one of Milwaukee’s most diverse neighborhoods, join a growing team, help advance a new program, and be inspired by organizations and colleagues doing great work in community and economic development. The Sherman Park Community Association (SPCA) is seeking a full-time Community
MilWALKee Walks (MKE Walks) is a pedestrian safety advocacy program working on the ground to educate residents about their rights and responsibilities as pedestrians, as well as encourage more civic engagement for safer and healthier streets. MKE Walks is seeking an ambassador to educate and encourage others to be more mindful and conscious of
Fill out this form to pledge to vote in the upcoming Spring election! Election Day is Tuesday, April 5th, 2022 Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Residents joined this recent Spring Gardening webinar, hosted by the Sherman Park ECO-Neighborhood team and the Victory Garden Initiative. To view the presentation slides, click here.
Early Voting Schedule Tuesday, March 22 - Saturday, April 2 (Voter Registration, including address changes, ends on Friday, April 1st at all locations) Weekdays: 9:00am - 6:00pm / Saturdays & Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm Frank P. Zeidler Municipal Building (841 North Broadway, Room 102) Midtown Center (5700 West Capitol Drive) Zablocki Library (3501 West Oklahoma
The Sherman Park Neighborhood Tree Board is a volunteer committee of seven residents who will help to guide and inform decisions about trees and green spaces in the Sherman Park Neighborhood. This project will pilot a neighborhood level tree board, in the City of Milwaukee’s Sherman Park Neighborhood, to ensure that resident voices are heard
The 2022 NID application period has begun. Home-owner-occupants in the designated Sherman Park Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) area are eligible for up to $5,000 in home improvement assistance. The Sherman Park Community Association administers the grants for the NID. The NID provides modest grants to homeowners of single family homes and duplexes in the Sherman