The Common Council unanimously approved a ban on vaping in public places in the city Wednesday. The ban mirrors the ban on smoking in public places, passed in 2005. Like that ban, exceptions were made for existing vape shops in the City.
03/21/2019 11:07 AM
Our Public Works crews have been hard at work clearing the storm drains to help prevent street flooding, but excessive water around your house could still cause flooding. We share some important tips about preparing for and handling floods in your home.
Eight people escaped injury from four apartments located above Author's Kitchen + Bar after a fire at the restaurant early Wednesday morning. The damage to the building will temporarily close portions of Appleton St. and Washington St.
We now have a better idea what mobility changes are in store for downtown, based off a recently completed traffic study by our traffic engineering division.
03/12/2019 12:40 PM
Because of a delay in receiving our purchased amount of road salt from our supplier, our public works department will be restricting salt use for the remainder of the winter to main roads, hills and bridges.
Applications are currently being accepted until April 19, 2019 for low to moderate income households for a no interest, no monthly payment loan to complete rehabilitation work of their owner-occupied homes or duplexes
03/01/2019 3:00 PM
If you use the Yellow Ramp behind the City Center, both elevators in the ramp will be out of commission for several months, following a fire Saturday.
Starting Feb. 4th, Appleton St. between Lawrence St. and Prospect Ave. will be closed for work to remove the northbound leg of the bridge over Jones Park and build a new northbound leg to realign it with Appleton St. and turn Appleton St. back into a two-way street later this year.