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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Seasonal influenza (Flu) Is it a Cold, Flu, or Pertussis?

Many people use the term “stomach flu”” to describe illnesses with nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. However, these symptoms can be caused by many different viruses, bacteria, or even parasites.

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W.Weatherly Drive

City Updates | Engineering Department | General |

W. Weatherly Drive Reconstruction Project

Reconstruction of W. Weatherly Drive between W. Wilding Drive and S. Waring Drive will begin this Fall and be completed in 2015.

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Assessor's Office | City Administration | City Updates | General | Mayor & Council | Treasurer's Office |

2014 Property Tax Information

Property Tax Bills were mailed on Friday, December 12, 2014

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City Updates | General | Mayor & Council |

Around the Town with Mayor Steve: Oak Creek Accepts Ownership of Lakefront Property

Our lakefront plans are beginning to take shape. This week the City of Oak Creek took a big step in reclaiming our lakefront. Here’s the press release we issued this week announcing the transfer of ownership of the Epic and DuPont properties.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Oak Creek Health Department to Offer Free Online Developmental Screening

Starting Jan. 5th 2015, the Oak Creek Health Department will be offering a free online screening tool to see if your child is on target compared with other children his age.

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City Updates | General | Police Department |

Oak Creek Police Department asks for Help with Investigation

On Monday, December 1, 2014, the Oak Creek Police Department investigated the report of construction equipment that was entered and operated without consent.

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City Administration | City Updates | Finance Department | General |

Moody’s Investors Service Assigns Aa2 to Oak Creek, WI’s $2.7M GO Bonds

Moody’s Investors Service has assigned a Aa2 rating to the City of Oak Creek’s (WI) $2.7 million General Obligation (GO) Refunding Bonds, Series 2014B.

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City Updates | Fire Department | General | Health Department | Inspection Department | Police Department |

Carbon Monoxide Threat Grows in Cold Weather

With the return of chilly temperatures, health officials remind people to be aware of carbon monoxide (CO) dangers, and check their compliance with the state law requiring carbon monoxide detectors in residences.

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City Updates | General | Recreation Department |

Youth Basketball Registration

Resident registration opens December 8th for Oak Creek Recreation Junior Basketball.

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City Administration | City Updates | Clerk's Office | Community Development | General | Police Department | Recreation Department |

Oak Creek Power Plant Fishing Pier to Close for the Winter on November 15th

The Oak Creek Power Plant fishing pier will close for the winter on November 15th. The pier is tentatively set to re-open on March 15th, 2015.

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City Updates | Fire Department | General | Health Department | Police Department |

Medication Collection: A Prescription for Safe Kids and Clean Water

Prescription drug abuse is on the rise because teens have easy access to pills out of their parents and grandparent’s medicine cabinets. It is important to dispose of unused and expired medications.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Ebola Virus Disease

The Oak Creek Health Department is monitoring the worldwide Ebola situation and working very closely with community and state partners in preparing for and responding to situations that might be related to Ebola.

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