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Take a free virtual tour of the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility, see how we clean wastewater, how Milorganite is made, and what you can do at your home to manage water where it falls as part of Historic Milwaukee’s Doors Open 2022.
Join us Saturday, October 8, from 10 am to noon (3989 S. 6th Street, Milwaukee) to hear updates about the revitalization of Wilson Park Creek and enter to win rain barrels and native plants. The Garden District is hosting their perennial plant swap, so bring your plants to swap or plan to pick some up.
The purpose of the hearings is to review MMSD's 2023 Proposed Operations & Maintenance and Capital Budgets and to receive comments from residents and taxpayers. The hearing will be held at MMSD Headquarters 260 W. Seeboth, Milwaukee.
We need your help caring for our rivers and Lake Michigan by managing water where it falls and reducing water pollution.
Drop off your household hazardous waste at one of our permanent or mobile collection locations. Help keep our land and water clean and safe!
Help keep your basement dry and learn what you can do to manage rainwater where it falls on your property.
Learn a few ways you can help keep our water clean and flowing, protect our drinking water, and help reduce the risk of sewer water backing up into your basement or overflowing into our waterways.
Learn about local flood management projects and how you can get involved in your community.
Visit the Milorganite website for lawn and gardening tips.
Learn how to become a Fresh Coast Guardian and help protect Lake Michigan.