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Kathleen Vincent

11th District Supervisor

Dear Neighbors,

On April 5, 2022, you elected me to serve as your representative for the 11th District on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors and I want to thank you for that privilege.

I am truly honored to be able to work for the neighborhood I grew up in and love. The priorities of our community will always be placed first and I plan to work hard to ensure that the voice of residents in the 11th District is heard. I want you to know that my door is open to hear your concerns.

In addition to serving on the Milwaukee County Board I also serve on the Greendale School Board where I was elected in 2017.

The southwest area of Milwaukee County is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. We have a number of nice attractions and parks that can be enjoyed by everyone. I want to support the continued success of our district by supporting issues that matter to you.

I encourage all people in the 11th District to reach out to my office anytime to express your concerns or if you just have general questions as well. I am here to serve you.


Kathleen (Kathy) Vincent


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About Supervisor Kathleen Vincent

Supervisor Vincent represents the residents of Milwaukee County's 11th District and was elected to the County Board in 2022. She is proud to represent the people of Greendale, Greenfield and Milwaukee. She grew up in Greendale and called it home until shortly after college. She spent over a decade working for the Milwaukee County Zoo. Supervisor Vincent resided in the Southwest corner of Milwaukee for 14 years while raising her daughter and son (an Eagle Scout) and returned to Greendale in 2012. She is a concerned citizen who is honored to work as a public servant for her community and she has a great appreciation for local government.

Supervisor Vincent is a dedicated public servant. She has served her community as a School Board member in Greendale since 2017. She her district’s Delegate to the Wisconsin Association of School Board (WASB) and serves on the Policies and Resolutions Committee. She volunteers in community events and also serves on the Greendale Lion’s Club. She enjoys outdoor activities and is a member of the Wisconsin Go Hiking Club, the Wisconsin Trailblazers and the Ice Age Trail Alliance where she became the first woman thru hiker of the 1,000 mile trail in 1997.

Supervisor Vincent earned her bachelor's degree in Education from UW-Milwaukee, and a Master's degree in Education from Silver Lake College. She has proudly served as a public school educator since 1991.

Supervisor Vincent is committed to listening and responding to your concerns. She is known to be fair, honest and respectful and will remain true to her principles.

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Press Releases

Supervisor Vincent Supportive of Southside Dog Park, Will Continue to Advocate for Approval


Yesterday, February 1, 2024, the Board of Supervisors voted to table a resolution that would allocate funds for the replacement of Runway Dog Park. The resolution was held in the Committee on Finance last Thursday, January 25, on a 4-2 vote.

Supervisor Vincent Applauds Funding Approval for Scout Lake Pavilion, Parking Lot Projects


On Thursday, November 9, 2023, the Board of Supervisors adopted Milwaukee County’s 2024 Budget, which included the design and planning for critical improvements to Scout Lake Park. Supervisor Kathleen Vincent, a staunch supporter of these enhancements, issued the following statement.

Greendale High School Marching Band Honored At December Board Meeting


The Greendale High School Marching Band, under the leadership of Directors Tom Reifenberg and Liz Parson, received commendation at the December Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors meeting in recognition of their exceptional 2023 season.

Budget Amendment Elevates Community Voices, Fuels Ongoing Budget Collaboration Among Supervisors


Today, Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson, in collaboration with several co-sponsors, authored a proposal unanimously adopted by the Committee on Finance to amend Milwaukee County’s 2024 recommended budget.

Supervisor Vincent to Honor Ocean Connections CEO Shelley Ballman, Applauding 33 Years of Community Education


On December 2, 2023, at 12 p.m. Supervisor Kathleen Vincent will be recognizing Ocean Connections Inc. for their outstanding 33-year commitment to educating the community about marine life at the Milwaukee County Zoo.

Supervisor Vincent to Host District 11 Budget Town Hall Tomorrow


Supervisor Kathleen Vincent will host another District 11 budget town hall to discuss Milwaukee County’s 2024 recommended budget. The town hall will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, October 24, from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Greendale Safety Center.

Supervisor Vincent Explores Future of Milwaukee County Zoo Seal and Sea Lion Facility Following Wednesday Tour


On Wednesday, November 22, 2023, Supervisor Kathleen Vincent, alongside Supervisors Ryan Clancy and Steven Shea, toured the Milwaukee County Zoo's Ocean Connections seal and Sea lion facility.

Loomis Barn Historical Preservation Project Signing Set for Monday


On Monday, October 23, 2023, County Executive David Crowley will sign a resolution authorizing the redevelopment plan for the Loomis Barn and Guest House.

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In The News

WPR: Following Inmate Deaths, Milwaukee County Approves Outside Audit of Jail


Milwaukee County is hiring an independent auditor to study operations at the downtown jail after the deaths of six incarcerated people over 14 months led to protests about conditions in the facility.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Board Passes Amended 2024 Budget. Here's What To Know


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved a $1.37 billion recommended 2024 budget Thursday, weaving in additional services in a budget season full of investments compared to cuts as seen in prior years.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves Much Debated Health Travel Program, Once Focused On Abortion


After nearly a year of deliberation, the Milwaukee County Board passed a resolution that would create a medical travel fund for county government employees.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Adopts 2024 Budget, Setting Up Battle With Crowley


The Milwaukee County Board voted Thursday to approve a $1.4 billion budget for county government in 2024, but the budget process isn’t over.

Spectrum News 1: 'We've Been Here for 33 Years': Milwaukee County Zoo Exhibit Set to Close


For the past three decades, the seal and sea lion show has been going strong at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The beloved attraction is set to conclude this weekend.

Urban Milwaukee: Board and County Exec At Odds Over Debt, Spending


The Milwaukee County Board is moving to pack as much spending as it can into the 2024 budget, and finds itself at odds with County Executive David Crowley and his administration over debt and spending that could contribute to future budget deficits.

OnMilwaukee: Greendale's Threatened Stelzner Farm, Now Getting a New Life


There’s something we love about an old barn. The evocative, ramshackle look that suggests long, hard work taking place. The romance of the rustic rural farm life. The history, perhaps, of immigrants seeking the American Dream.

Urban Milwaukee: Crowley Signs Off On Greendale Barn Restoration


Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley signed off on a deal Monday that will lead to the redevelopment of a historic barn in Greendale.

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