Help the Complete Streets Coalition Pass a Complete Streets Policy For All
The Complete Streets Coalition, residents, and other community partners are making a final push to pass the Complete Streets policy. The Complete Streets Coalition needs your help!
Now through September 25th, we are asking you to get the word out on Complete Streets in any of the following ways:
Sign the Petition
If you haven’t signed the Milwaukee Complete Streets Petition to advocate for Safer Streets go to this link or simply text “MILWAUKEE” to 46839.
Here is a folder with several social media graphics messages that can be posted. Please share and encourage others to share.
Ask Leaders and Organizations to sign on to the Campaign
Ask leaders and organizations you are connected with to join the campaign and consider signing onto a memo of support. Examples: Neighborhood Improvement Districts, Community Organizations, businesses, institutions, public leaders (spiritual leaders, politicians, individual academics, etc.)
Connect with Constituents
Do you know anyone who lives in the districts that members of the Public Works committee (Ald. Donovan, Ald. Kovac, Ald. Murphy, Ald. Bauman, Ald. Borkowski) represents? Ask them to reach out to their Alders to express their support for Complete Streets or attend the Public Works Committee Meeting on Wednesday September 12th 9am at City Hall.
Attend the Northside Rally for Safe Streets
Mark your calendar for Thursday, Sep. 6th 3pm at 35th and W Hope Ave. with Northwest Side Community Development Corporation Alderman Hamilton and Alderman Rainey. Bring signs, invite residents, march with us!
Attend one of many of Mayor Barrett’s scheduled neighborhood walks. Take the opportunity to share with the mayor and residents your support and vision for safer and Complete Streets. See Mayor Barrett’s Walk 100 Schedule HERE (ALERT The Walk 100 schedule can only be viewed in FIREFOX OR CHROME BROWSERS)
Attend Common Council Meetings
Attend the Public Works Committee Meeting on Wednesday September 12th 9am at City Hall and rsvp and share the facebook event. All residents of committee members Ald. Donovan, Ald. Kovac, Ald. Murphy, Ald. Bauman, Ald. Borkowski) are highly encouraged to attend.
Attend the Common Council Meeting on Tuesday September 25th 9am at City Hall where they will vote on Milwaukee’s first Complete Streets Policy.All Milwaukee residents are invited to attend and share their support for Complete Streets.
Did you know that it’s difficult for many Milwaukeean’s to be physically active in their neighborhoods because our streets lack the sidewalks, bike lanes, and crosswalks needed for safe travel?
To make streets that are safer and easier for people of all ages and abilities, the City of Milwaukee is pursuing a Complete Streets policy and neighbors and community groups are organizing to help make it strong and equitable. Black Girls Do Bike, Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Northwest Side Community Development Corporation, Path to Platinum, Silver Spring Neighborhood Center, and 16th St Community Health Center are joining the Bike Fed and other groups to get community input and support for the Complete Streets Policy.
Join the Milwaukee Complete Streets Action Team to help speak-up for these important improvements in our neighborhoods! Once you sign up, we will inform you how to get involved as the campaign builds. Invite your friends to join.
Together we can help pass a Complete Streets policy that makes our neighborhoods better for walking and biking for people of all ages and abilities.