County Executive Crowley Signs $21.9 Million in Fiscal Health Challenge Initiatives
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $21.9 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to be allocated in one-time investments that provide long-term cost savings for Milwaukee County. The investments are the results of a Fiscal Health Challenge spearheaded by the Office of Strategy, Budget and Performance to find opportunities to generate cost-savings, revenue enhancements and operational efficiencies. Learn more.
Fewest Unsheltered Homeless in Nation
Milwaukee County has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for having the lowest unsheltered homeless population of any community per capita in the nation. Last year, 17 unsheltered individuals were counted, representing over a 70% reduction from the previous year. Learn more.
Milwaukee County has developed an interactive dashboard, which includes confirmed cases, testing, vaccine and equity data related to the COVID-19 pandemic in the County. View the dashboard.
“The work is easiest when we share the load and come together to get through tough times. We can come together once again to face all challenges and improve both the health and safety of our neighborhoods.”
County Executive David Crowley
(2022 State of the County Address)
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