Mayor Cavalier Johnson, Police Chief Jeffrey B. Norman and Director of Office of Violence Prevention Ashanti Hamilton issued a joint statement on Friday condemning the recent violence in Tennessee. Click here to read it.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee are offering free driver’s education classes each month at The Ready Center, 1916 Vel R. Philips Avenue. These classes are available to teenagers ages 15-17 from Milwaukee County. Classes are three weeks long, Monday-Friday from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. There are several spots still available for
Fill out this form to pledge to vote in the upcoming fall election! Election Day is Tuesday, February 21, 2023, and Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Early voting is available, too. Click here for dates and locations.
The Sherman Park Community Association needs volunteers on Election Day to help work the voting site at the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club, located in Sherman Park, 3000 N. Sherman Boulevard. Get involved in the community by volunteering as an election inspector and assist voters with every facet of voting during the 2023 elections.
All offices are nonpartisan, and no parties will be listed. The top two vote getters will move onto the General Election on April 4, 2023. WI Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Dorow (conservative) Daniel Kelly (conservative) Everett Mitchell (liberal) Janet Protasiewicz (liberal) Milwaukee Common Council District 1 (Special Election) Zandra Bailey David Bowen Marshall Martin Andrea
Click here to find out how to register to vote, check your registration, or update your name or address. (Early voter registration, including address changes, ends on Friday, February 17 at all locations. Same-day voter registration, including address changes, is available at your polling place on Election Day, February 21.) Election Day is Tuesday, February 21, from 7:00 am
Grants are now available to make Sherman Park homes more energy efficient! They can be used to insulate attics, seal air leaks and insulate basement rim joists, as well as other small improvements like smart thermostats, duct sealing and LED lights. This opportunity is available to residents over 60, veterans and people with disabilities. But
Watch this video for just a few of the encouraging comments from the Milwaukee community about Project: Drive Safer, a collaboration between the Sherman Park Reckless Driving Committee and TMJ4 News. Click here: https://vimeo.com/787619853/7d534825f0
The Sherman Park ECO-Neighborhood team recently hosted this webinar that highlighted the importance of caring for trees in our community. It was presented by representatives of the Milwaukee Water Commons, who offered suggestions on how residents can help.