Youth Commission Seeks Members
If you are age 14 to 18, enrolled in high school and live in Milwaukee County, you have a valuable perspective and we need you! The Youth Commission works in partnership with the County Board Chairwoman and the County Executive to make advisory recommendations about policy and budgetary decisions, and to advance the county’s mission of achieving racial equity. Apply now.
County Opens New Mental Health Facility
Milwaukee County's new Mental Health Emergency Center, located at 1525 N. 12th Street in Milwaukee, opened Sept. 6. The new facility serves both adults and youth in a mental health crisis. The location was chosen to better serve its patients, the majority of whom come from the City of Milwaukee. 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)
Please wait while we gather your results.