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City Updates | General | Mayor & Council |

Around the Town with Mayor Steve: Jeff Sageser, Citizen of the Year

The 2015 Oak Creek Citizen of the Year recipient is Jeff Sageser. The annual event honors a citizen who demonstrates community service and a commitment to the City of Oak Creek at the highest level.

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City Updates | General |

Work on WIS 241 (27th Street) in Franklin and Oak Creek has Begun

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has begun work on the reconstruction of WIS 241 (27th Street) in the cities of Oak Creek and Franklin, in Milwaukee County.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

State of Wisconsin Issues Reminder Regarding Avian Influenza Concerns in Poultry

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has issued a notice regarding avian influenza concerns and prompted a biosecurity reminder for poultry owners.

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City Updates | General | Police Department |

WisDOT: Howell Avenue Project in Milwaukee County Recommences

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has resumed work on a resurfacing project of Howell Ave. from Oakwood Road to Grange Ave., in the cities of Milwaukee and Oak Creek, in Milwaukee County.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Dog Flu Spreads Across the Midwest; One Confirmed Case in Wisconsin

Canine Influenza has spread to Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. One case of canine influenza has been confirmed in the Madison area, according to a release put out by the University Of Wisconsin- School Of Veterinary Medicine.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

New Nar-Anon Family Support Group Now in Oak Creek

Addiction is a family disease. It affects the relationships of those close to the addict: parents, spouses, siblings, children, longtime friends, and employers. If someone’s addiction is affecting you, first you must help yourself.

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City Updates | General |

MCTS Expands Service in Oak Creek

On Sunday, March 22, 2015 MCTS expands its service with a new route and a route extension - both aimed at assisting residents get to job hubs. The routes also enhance travel mobility for workers while helping improve air quality.

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City Updates | General |

Opening of WE Energies Fishing Pier Tentatively Set for April 1st

Due to the excessive amount of snow this year and current conditions at the fishing pier, a tentative opening date of the fishing pier will be April 1st.

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City Updates | General | Police Department |

Oak Creek Police Department to Host Class on Weather Spotting

Can you identify the difference between a scary cloud and a dangerous cloud? Come to the Oak Creek Police Department on March 28, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. for a class on weather spotting!

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City Updates | General |

Federal Highway Administration Approves 5th Avenue Project Plan to Proceed

The City’s proposed 5th Avenue extension project cleared a major hurdle. After an extended review period, the Federal Highway Administration signed the FONSI, which means it approved the project to proceed.

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City Administration | City Updates | Clerk's Office | General | Mayor & Council | Public Library |

Time Capsule to be Buried at Drexel Town Square City Hall Site

As part of the new City Hall and Library, the City of Oak Creek is preparing a Time Capsule to be opened in the year 2115. The City of Oak Creek is requesting donations for the Time Capsule to be buried onsite in May of 2015.

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City Updates | General |

Chick-fil-A Looking to be part of Drexel Town Square

Chick-fil-A has filed an application to appear before the City of Oak Creek Plan Commission for review of a conditional use permit for a proposed restaurant at 150 W. Town Square Way as part of Drexel Town Square.

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