The Park Knoll Block Watch is on the Northwest side of Milwaukee, WI. There are 378 homes in the Park Knoll neighborhood. The neighborhood's first block watch meeting was held in August 2007. For neighborhood boundaries, see the maps page.
BLOCK WATCH MEETING - TUESDAY 10/11/16- 6:30 PM
MPD District 4 Captain, Andre Williams, will be at the meeting as is looking forward to meeting and hearing from Park Knoll Residents.
The pancake breakfasts at the New Apostolic Church are delicious ... all you want to eat for a donation to the youth group. The church holds this breakfast several times a year. We encourage everyone to attend.
Night Time Trick or Treat- Saturday 10/29/16 5:30-8:30 PM
We would like to invite the entire neighborhood to Night Time Trick or Treat. Barricades will be staggered at the entrances to the neighborhood. It is required that the barricades be moved as necessary to allow for local traffic. Please be careful if you need to drive through the neighborhood this evening. With it getting dark earlier, the cars have a harder time seeing especially dark costumes so please try to walk with flashlights. Since many of us keep our outside porch lights on already, we can’t assume everyone with their porch light on is participating, so we ask that you tear the bottom of the flyer and tape on the front of your mail box or on your front door so the children know what house is participating. You may also make your own sheet stating Trick or Treating can be done at your house.
Because of our neighborhood trick or treat, most neighbors will most likely not participate in the city-wide trick or treat on the Sunday, October 30th from 1:00-4:00 pm, but they are welcome to do so. In the event of severe weather on Saturday, neighbors may choose if they wish to participate in the trick-or-treat; the event will not be rescheduled.
For more information about the Park Knoll Block Watch, join the Nextdoor site
( www.nextdoor.com) or visit: www.parkknoll.org orwww.facebook.com/parkknoll . If you have any questions or know someone who would like to be included in the Block Watch email list, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CITY HEARINGS ON PUBLIC SAFETY ISSUES
During October the Public Safety Committee will conduct hearings for the general public to provide input on the following dates and at the designated times and locations:
Saturday, October 8 at 9:30 a.m., Ald. Cavalier Johnson will host at Marshall High School, 4141 N. 64th St.
Saturday, October 15 at 9:30 a.m., Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton will host at Obama High School, 5075 N. Sherman Blvd.
Saturday, October 22 at 9:30 a.m., Ald. José G. Pérez will host at South Division High School, 1515 W. Lapham Blvd.
Saturday, October 29 at 9:30 a.m., Ald. Terry L. Witkowski will host at Pulaski High School, 2500 W. Oklahoma Ave.
In addition to members of the public, the Mayor, the County Executive, the District Attorney, the Police Chief, the Office of Violence Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Community Justice Council, Fire and Police
Commission members and Common Council members are invited to attend the hearings.
upcoming meetings /events. We also occasionally send updates on criminal
activity in the area.
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