Board of Supervisors

Dyango Zerpa

14th District Supervisor

Supervisor Dyango Zerpa

How to Contact Me 

Contact my office at (414) 278-4252


About Supervisor Dyango Zerpa

Dyango Zerpa was born in Schweinfurt, Germany while his parents were stationed there for the U.S. armed services. He was raised by an immigrant single mother from Maracay, Venezuela who worked two minimum wage jobs while obtaining her master’s degree in public health from Indiana University while simultaneously raising her son. Supervisor Zerpa’s proud Venezuelan and Spanish heritage makes him one of the first Hispanic men elected to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors.

Supervisor Zerpa attended several MPS schools and graduated high school from Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning. Supervisor Zerpa also attended MATC’s downtown campus.

Dyango Zerpa brings vast political and policy experience to his work as a County Supervisor. He worked as a campaign consultant for more than a decade on electoral and issue-based campaigns, primarily focusing on Milwaukee’s south side and the Latino community. Before being elected to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, he was a special education professional at Riverside High School, a Legislative Aide at the Milwaukee Common Council, Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors and the Wisconsin State Legislature.

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Press Releases

Supervisor Zerpa Advisory Referendum on Assault Weapon Ban Adopted


Today the County Board of Supervisors adopted (12-5) a proposal by Supervisor Dyango Zerpa which would ask voters if they support the State Legislature banning the “import, sale, manufacture, transfer, or possession of semi-automatic ‘military-style’ firearms whose prohibition is allowed under the Wisconsin and United States Constitutions?”

County Supervisors Congratulate José G. Pérez on Election as Common Council President


Yesterday Alderman José G. Pérez was unanimously elected President of the Milwaukee Common Council, becoming the first Latino to hold this position. Milwaukee County Supervisors released the following statement congratulating President Pérez.

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In The News

Urban Milwaukee: Could Domes Get National Historic Designation?


Advocates for the preservation of the Mitchell Park Domes, along with several Milwaukee County Supervisors, are attempting to nudge the county toward concrete action to save the domes.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisors Seek Marijuana Referendum


A group of supervisors are seeking to put an advisory referendum on ballots in Milwaukee County for the Nov. 8 election asking residents if they support the legalization of marijuana.

Urban Milwaukee: Should County Parks Serve Wine, Spirits?


A number of Milwaukee County Supervisors have sponsored legislation requesting the state allow the county to sell hard liquor and wine at its parks. The supervisors are calling on the state Legislature to simply pass statutory language found in a 2015 assembly bill that never made it out of committee.

Urban Milwaukee: Parks May Convert Roads to Bike, Pedestrian Trails


The Milwaukee County Parks Department is seeking to use COVID-19 stimulus funding to convert two sections of road to bicycle and pedestrian trails, and block thru-access to vehicles.

Wisconsin Examiner: Milwaukee County Board Split on Ballot Referenda For November


November referendum proposals have caused a stir on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. Two referenda, one dealing with banning assault-style weapons and another regarding cannabis legalization, passed, while another referendum that would have asked voters about abortion bans was rejected.

WUWM 89.7: County Officials Express Frustration, Others Determination to Save the Domes at Parks Committee Meeting


Like so many Milwaukee County structures, the plant-filled glass beehive-shaped Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, known simply to many as the Domes, have long needed maintenance. But there was heightened concern after a 2013 incident, when bits of concrete fell from high within the desert dome.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves Two Fall Referendums


After a month of lengthy debates, the Milwaukee County Board approved two advisory ballot measures for the November election. The non-binding referendums will ask voters their opinion on statewide legalization of marijuana and the banning of assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons.

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