Our partners at Legal Action of Wisconsin are offering free legal help for qualifying individuals. Are you facing eviction? Were you denied unemployment insurance? Are your wages being garnished? They may be able to help with these and many other similar situations. To learn more, visit the Legal Action of Wisconsin website or call (855)
On Saturday, June 27th, Sherman Park residents and friends met at Marcus DeBack Park to beautify the area by picking up litter. The group enjoyed food, music, and each other's company, all while practicing social distancing to protect from COVID-19. The event was covered by local news: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG4arZxysWg Photos from the event can be
SPCA will continue to work with Sherman Park resident, Bob Rush, to create this same vision for youth and adults at Sherman Park tennis courts in the future. Contact Bob Rush at (414) 442-2949 if you are interested in participating as student, volunteer, or advocate for the tennis program.
Milwaukee's fall primary election is coming up, with in-person voting set for Tuesday, August 11th. Here is everything you need to know about the election: In-Person Early Voting Early voting will run from July 28 to Aug. 9 at three locations: The Zeidler Municipal Building, 841 N. Broadway Midtown Center, 5700 W. Capitol Drive Manitoba
In times of uncertainty, it is important for a neighborhood to come together and look out for one another. Recognizing that things are very challenging for residents of Sherman Park, the United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County and the Pasty Shop have generously donated food for us to distribute. In addition, the Medical
We are pleased to announce this opportunity for COVID-19 testing and education, in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin. You may be eligible if you are: African-American 50 years old or older Living in senior housing, assisted living, a nursing home, or a homeless shelter If you fit this criteria, call the following phone
Dear neighbors, As you may know, in light of COVID-19 (also known as "coronavirus"), Governor Tony Evers directed the Department of Health Services (DHS) to issue a “Safer at Home” order that prohibits all nonessential business activities. This order was effective at 8 a.m. on March 25 and will remain in effect until 8 a.m.