Thanks to the efforts of The Bells of Milwaukee and donations from the Argosy Foundation, Herbert H. Kohl Charities, and an award from the Public Art Conversation Fund of the City of Milwaukee Arts Board, the bells on display at HACM’s Convent Hill property have been refurbished and reinstalled.
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee is hosting B2GNow and LCP Tracker training. Please join us in person for the training sessions to learn more about these processes and ask HACM specific questions.
The Housing Authority id hosting a donation drive to collect items for the Baby Boxes. Please consider donating items from the wish list to help support healthy, happy lives for babies in our community. The drive will run from Monday, May 7 through Friday, June 8.
Chicago Housing Authority CEO, Eugene Jones, Jr., recently met with members of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee’s senior leadership team.
The Friends of Housing Corporation, a property management service provider for the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, recently applied for and received a $1000 gift card from Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation.
HACM's fourth YouthBuild class recently participated in a Lunch and Learn session with Western Building Products, one of the largest millwork distributors in the Midwest. Western is currently hiring and seeking candidates such as those in the YouthBuild program.
On April 11, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1968, seven days after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the ensuing riots across America. Title VIII of the 1968 Act, also known as the Fair Housing Act, protects people from discrimination when they ar
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the American Planning Association (APA) announced today that Westlawn Gardens will receive the HUD Secretary’s Opportunity & Empowerment Award, one of the highest recognitions in the planning profession.
Ms. Bowie learned a lot through the Make Your Money Talk series and thanks WWBIC and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee for helping her achieve her financial goals with savings and making it possible to purchase her own home.
It started with a whole in the ground at 7:30 am and eight hours later a three story structure emerged. All in a day’s work.
Community Projects for Seniors and its generous network of volunteers provide many services to the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee’s senior and disabled residents throughout the year to help them meet their needs and brighten their days.
Redevelopment of the Westlawn neighborhood between 60th and 68th Streets south of Silver Spring Drive will continue over the next several years, and there will be employment and contracting opportunities. Learn more about these opportunities through the resources below.
Residents at the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee’s (HACM) Hillside Terrace will soon benefit from much needed services that SET Ministry helps make accessible.
These individuals will now begin working 20 hours a week in administrative positions for HACM for up to two years. They will also further their education by enrolling in Milwaukee Area Technical College's Administrative (MATC) Professional Associate Degree Program. To help with the cost of this prog
HACM’s long-running financial education partnership with WWBIC hit a milestone in December when 89 new graduates put the total at 2,001 since 2004.
More than 40 HACM families received gifts this holiday season, thanks to the generosity of employees of law firm Michael Best & Friedrich.
Public notice of significant amendment to the 2018 Agency Plan
HACM welcomes Joseph P. Galvan as the new HUD Regional Administrator for Region 5.
Thanks to the Riverview Resident Council, Riverview Aparments received new workout equipment and refurbished workout room