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County Executive David Crowley Looks Ahead to 2023  

MILWAUKEE, WI – Ahead of the holidays County Executive David Crowley reflects on the accomplishments of the last year. After months of major investments in equity, milestones met on noteworthy County initiatives, and a robust community outreach schedule, Crowley is now looking ahead to the opportunities to further advance the County’s vision and mission in 2023.  

“I’m an organizer at heart. One thing I learned during my time organizing is that showing up is half the battle in getting anyone to understand you care about their needs. That’s why during my first two years in office it’s been important to me to get out into the different communities throughout Milwaukee County and connect with those doing the hard work to move our region forward,” said County Executive David Crowley. “When it comes to achieving racial equity, it's going to take all of us rowing in the same direction to see the progress we envision. I look forward to more opportunities in 2023 to connect with stakeholders, business leaders, and others to form lasting partnerships that will help us advance our race & health equity goals.” 

2022 Outreach Efforts by the Numbers:

  • Over 50 members of the Wisconsin State Legislature invited to Milwaukee County to discuss long-term revenue solutions this year;
  • 24 local business tours including visits to Northwestern Mutual, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee Brewers Front Office, Wheel and Sprocket, American Family Insurance, Molson Coors, Froedtert, Baird; 
  • 9 Healthy County Challenge events aimed at bringing County residents into parks, trails, nature areas, beaches, and other outdoor spaces to foster physical and mental wellness; 
  • 6 Bill Signings including investments in affordable housing in County suburbs, the Milwaukee Market Program, and providing necessary funding to preserve the Milwaukee Public Museum; 
  • 6 National Night Out Events over the summer, emphasizing building a partnership between the law enforcement and the community to enhance public safety; 
  • 7 Ribbon Cuttings & Grand Openings including the re-opening of the American Black Holocaust Museum, Lake Park Bridge Re-Opening, Last Beam Ceremony for the Outreach Community Health Centers, and opening of the new Medical Health Emergency Center; 
  • 5 in-person budget town halls, the first in-person budget town hall series since the onset of the pandemic; 
  • 4 “Coffee with Crowley” events including meetings with native leaders and area veterans, with more to follow in the new year;
  • 4 County Supervisor district tours, with more to follow in 2023;  
  • 4 Health & Healing Events focused on normalizing conversations about mental health, youth suicide prevention, Black men’s mental health awareness, and children’s mental health awareness 





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Milwaukee County Courthouse, Room 306
901 N. 9th Street | Milwaukee, WI 53233

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