The mission of The Sherman Park Community Association, Inc. is to make Sherman Park an attractive, interesting neighborhood where people of all races, religions, and national origins come together to celebrate and respect our differences as well as our shared values. We are currently seeking applicants for vacancies on our Board of Directors. Applicants must
In late June, residents joined the Ko-Thi Dance Company for this outdoor class to enjoy the magic of dance & music from the African Diaspora, featuring instruction by the Ko-Thi artistic team/members & special guest artists.
Neighbors joined together this week to pledge to drive safely, talk to police officers who are part of the Traffic Safety Unit (TSU), visit with our Aldermen, listen to music, enjoy food from the food trucks, and learn about groups that are promoting safe driving.
Renter Resources: Milwaukee Rental Housing Resource Center partners share information on the legal and financial resources available to you as a renter and/or a landlord. Home Buying Process & Resources: Hear from a Realtor, Lender, Homeownership Specialist, and the City of Milwaukee on the resources available to you as you start exploring
Meet Sherman Park's ECO Neighborhood Ambassadors, learn about key projects, and discover more about the program with Erick Shambarger, Sustainability Director for the City of Milwaukee!
Project Clean and Green is coming to our neighborhood the week of April 12th- April 16th. Sherman Park is in Zone 1. Project Clean & Green is a city-wide program designed to foster neighborhood pride and ownership through coordinated clean up. Collection crews will target one zone each week from April 12-May 21 and collect
Featuring: Fruit tree maintenance with Jan Carroll, community member and volunteer with the Northcott Neighborhood House Pre-Apprenticeship Arborist Program Rain barrels with Clean Wisconsin's Green Infrastructure Coordinator Ethan Taxman Community gardening with ECO's Home Gr/own Coordinator Dynasty Ceasar!
The 2021 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 homeowners of single family homes and duplexes in the Sherman Park
Join your neighbors in beautifying Sherman Park! Purchase annuals, perennials, vegetables at a discounted cost! Click here to view the Plant List. Click here to view and download the Order Form. Return order forms and make check or money order payable to: SPCA To ensure availability at these low prices, place your order with full
The BUILD Health Challenge-Sherman Park is looking for interested members of its community and others vested in seeing Sherman Park thrive. If you or someone you know lives, works, worships or supports Sherman Park and are interested in participating in the Sherman Park Community Council take a look at the attached flyers. Youth included. Please