Community Organizing

SPCA  has a long tradition of community organizing for neighborhood empowerment through block watches and quality of life issues. We are now utilizing social media to organize residents across their immediate neighborhoods around the larger issues that affect Sherman Park.

Housing

SPCA currently oversees two programs that provide homeowners with resources to make needed repairs.  We also work with the City of Milwaukee to provide residents with information about other programs available to them city wide.

Targeted Investment Neighborhoods (TINs) 

The goal of the program is to support and encourage homeowners and responsible landlords to improve the safety and appearance of the neighborhood. Homeowners and landlords who use the program can make common household repairs and updates.

Priority Repairs
• Code violation repairs
• Lead paint abatement
• Exterior appearance
• Heating & plumbing upgrades
• Energy conservation
• Weatherization
• Window replacement
• Electrical upgrades

ROOSEVELT GROVE
N 36th to N 40th St / West Concordia Ave to Nash St

Partner: Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
Contact: Linda Griffin at (414) 873-1045
Email: pilgchurch@sbcglobal.net

TRI-BLOCK
N 51st St to N 56th St / W Burleigh St to W Center St

Partner:  Sherman Park Community Association
Contact:  Jermaine Alexander (414) 444-9803, ext. 100
Email: jermainea@shermanpark.org

CENTURY CITY
Capitol to Burleigh / 27th to 36th

East of 31st St
Partner: Northwest Side Community Development Corporation
Contact: Barbara Nuell-Moore at (414) 444-8204
Email: Barbaranmoore@nwscdc.org

West of 31st St
Partner: Sherman Park Community Association
Contact: Jermaine Alexander at (414) 444-9803, ext. 100
Email: jermainea@shermanpark.org

Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation (NIDC)

NIDC works with City departments, community-based agencies, financial institutions, developers, local foundations, and most importantly, residents, to improve Milwaukee's neighborhoods.