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Where Do Your Property Tax Dollars Go?

The City understands that most people do not like to pay taxes, but that taxes are necessary to sustain a high quality of life, safe neighborhoods, quality roads, and nice parks and recreational amenities, among many other services.

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City Updates | General |

City Christmas Tree Lighting Scheduled for December 6th

Please join us on Wednesday, December 6th at 5:30 p.m. as we light the Holiday Tree in Drexel Town Square.

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City Updates | Clerk's Office | Community Development | Engineering Department | General | Police Department | Streets, Parks, & Forestry Department |

Announcement: Ryan Road Park & Ride to Temporarily Close

As part of the Ryan Road/I-94 Interchange Reconstruction project, the Park & Ride lot at Ryan Road and I-94 will close beginning December 3, 2017 until fall 2018. The Park & Ride lot located at I-94 and College Avenue is available during this time.

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City Updates | Engineering Department | General | Police Department |

Ryan Road Construction Update

As part of the I-94 North-South Project the Ryan Road Interchange will be reconstructed. Work is scheduled to begin in late October.

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City Updates | General | Police Department |

Police Department offers Vacation Watch Program to Residents

The Oak Creek Police Department offers an added sense of security by offering the “Vacation Watch” program to residents of the City of Oak Creek who are out of town.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

4th Annual Oak Creek Health Fair offers many FREE Health Services

Join us on October 5th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the Oak Creek Community Center, 8580 S. Howell Avenue for the 4th Annual Oak Creek Health Fair. This year’s fair will have over 20 local businesses and tons of free health services.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department to offer “Stepping On” Class

The Oak Creek Health Department hosts the Fall Prevention Program “Stepping On”. “Stepping On” is a research-based program to reduce falls and increase fall awareness. This is a 2 hour, 7 week session which offers older adults a way of reducing falls.

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City Administration | City Updates | Community Development | General | Mayor & Council |

Common Council Approves the City of Oak Creek’s 2017-2020 Strategic Action Plan

The resulting Strategic Action Plan identifies key tasks necessary to accomplish each initiative, and establishes an initiation timeline for each objective.

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City Updates | Fire Department | Mayor & Council |

Around the Town with Mayor Dan: Summer is Around the Corner!

The school year is wrapping up, summer is around the corner, and Oak Creek will soon be buzzing with activities for the whole family to enjoy!  With all of the great dining options in our city, I am glad there are also plenty of opportunities for activity, as well!

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department to Offer Free Vegetable Landscaping Class on Saturday, April 29

Master Gardener, Terese Zinn, will show you how to incorporate vegetables into your everyday landscaping. After the presentation, you will be able to plant vegetable seeds that you can later transplant into your own flowerbed/landscape.

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

Mayor Scaffidi will Step Down to Host 620 WTMJ Radio Show

Mayor Scaffidi shared the news that he will be stepping down from his role as mayor to accept a position with AM620 WTMJ.  We would like to congratulate him on his new job, and thank him for his service to our city!

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