Welcome to the Neighborhood.
To create synergy and harmony among neighbors to make downtown a better place to live, work and play for all.
Enhance neighborhood vitality by providing an essential connecting point for community building, advocacy and quality of life improvements for downtown neighbors.
Here is our list of events for 2022. Check back in for future updates!
|Thursday, January 20|
|Informational meeting featuring Developer Kendall Breunig and representatives of Pieper Power, Brighter Connection Electrical, Consolidated Electrical Distributors (CED), and Greybar. |
The following links provide the materials presented during the meeting.
Electric Vehicle Charger Meeting Presentation
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit – IRS form 8911
|In Person: |
315 North Plankinton Avenue
|Tuesday, March 22|
|Happy Hour at Milwaukee’s new 3rd Street Market Hall (https://3rdstmarkethall.com/) Check out the new space, meet the DNA Board Members and your neighbors. Have some drinks, order some food and take pictures at the Photoverse Selfie Museum (members of the DNA get to experience the selfie museum during happy hour for free). |
Thanks to all who attended! Watch for other upcoming events.
|3rd Street Market Hall (bar area)|
5:30 – 7:30
|DNA Board of Directors Meeting||Who’s on Third?|
1007 N. MLK
|Volunteer at a Downtown Clean-Up! Meet at the park on the south side East Juneau between Prospect and Waverly Place (across from The Knickerbocker). Just show up. Supplies will be provided. Questions – email@example.com||1100 Block of Waverly Place|
(Date & Time TBD)
|Cross your fingers – we’re hoping to see you all at Jazz in the Park!||Cathedral Square|
5:30 – 7:30
|DNA Board of Directors Meeting||Ward 4 at The Pritzlaff Building|
|Tuesday, September 13||Informal Mixer with Alderman Bauman||Explorium Brewpub|
|Tuesday, October 25|
5:30 – 7:30
|DNA Annual Meeting – all are welcome, variety of topics will be covered!||TBD|
Boundaries of the DNA
The DNA of Milwaukee consists of three adjacent downtown districts in Milwaukee: Westown, East Town, and the Historic Third Ward.
Represents 150 blocks and 500 commercial property owners in the central business district, including East Town and Westown.
Bounded by the Milwaukee River on the east, I-43 on the west, the Menomonee River on the south, and McKinley Avenue/Highway 145 on the north.
Bounded by lake Michigan on the east, the Milwaukee River on the west, I-794 on the south and Lyons Street/Franklin Place/Ogden Avenue on the north.
Bounded by Lake Michigan on the east, the Milwaukee River on the west and south, and I-794 on the north.
Picture Paw-fect Photoshoot! – December 14, 2021
Christmas in the Ward – November 30th, 2021
Electronic Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations: Jan. 2022