The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee honors the memory of United States Senator John McCain, who passed away Saturday, August 25, 2018.
Learn more about the proposed Choice Neighborhood plan that will revitalize the Holton Terrace public housing development and help catalyze critical improvements to the surrounding Harambee neighborhood.
As the result of a new policy established by HUD, all public housing in the US is now smoke-free. The policy went into effect July 30 although HACM implemented it July 1. This rule will protect close to two million Americans nationwide from being exposed to secondhand smoke in their homes.
Rick Roszkowski and Lisa Eichler, recently said “I do” at the Cherry Street Community Garden where they have been volunteering since they initially designed the garden seven years ago.
There was a buzz in the air as the youth proudly unveiled the new public art on June 24.
The visit provided an opportunity for Bill Demchak to see firsthand the impact of PNC Real Estate’s investment in Westlawn Gardens through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program and to discuss best practices for neighborhood redevelopment.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $2.3 million to the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) to implement HUD’s Jobs Plus Initiative at HACM’s Hillside Terrace public housing development.
HACM welcomed over 200 people to its annual meeting where it emphasized that HOUSING IS the platform from which to build a better quality of life and to foster strong, resilient communities.
Created in 2005, HACM’s Education Initiative addresses issues of low attendance and graduation rates in school. The innovative program involves families in the process and works to cultivate the “it takes a village” approach to educating and developing youth.
From the proper way to install and use car seats to the importance of a calm home, families had the ability to learn about everything that comes with raising a child. The event also gave families the opportunity to take home necessary items such as diapers, baby bottles, and Baby Boxes.
Learn more about taking control of your finances, setting goals, and saving for a stronger future.
Representatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s local office witnessed HACM’s mission in action. Shirley Wong, Wisconsin Public Housing Director, and Dee Schultz, Portfolio Management Specialist, spent the morning touring several of HACM’s developments and neighborhoods.
MCTS NEXT is an initiative to provide faster service with more connections and increased accessibility. Five public meetings will kick off this multi-year project. Make your voice heard by attending one of the meetings.
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