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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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City Updates | General | Health Department | Police Department |

OCPD and WI DNR Address Coyotes in Urban Areas

Recently law enforcement agencies have been receiving calls related to citizen concerns regarding their safety and the safety of their family and pets in regards to coyotes. The OCPD and the WIDNR have compiled a resource regarding this concern.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department: Malignant Melanoma - Presentation and Management

The class will focus on definition, types, clinical presentation, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and outcomes of patients with malignant melanoma.

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City Updates | Clerk's Office | General |

Free Shred Day Scheduled for Saturday, April 29

Bring your sensitive and private documents and papers to Oak Creek Street Department, 800 W. Puetz Road on Saturday, April 29, 2017 for a free shredding event.

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City Updates | General | Recreation Department |

Summer Camp Registration for Residents to Begin Friday, March 3rd

Summer camp registration for city residents is scheduled to begin March 3rd. Morning, afternoon, and all day camps are available.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department: Help Norovirus stay out of our Community!!!!

Norovirus is the leading cause of outbreaks of diarrhea and vomiting in the United States, and it spreads quickly.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Officials Investigate Rare Viral Illness Linked to Ratteries in Wisconsin and Illinois

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the Illinois Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating illnesses caused by the Seoul virus, which a very rare type of hantavirus carried by Norway rats.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department Receives Donation to Continue Safe Sleep Program

Due to the generous donation from the Oak Creek Lion’s Club and Rob Johnston from the Production Network, the Health Department is able to continue our Safe Sleep Program in 2017!

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City Updates | General | Streets, Parks, & Forestry Department |

City Forestry to offer Workshop on Tree Pruning Techniques

Workshop will consist of classroom instruction followed by in-field demonstration (no hands-on participation).  Course will focus on pruning assessment and techniques for homeowners.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

January is National Radon Action Month

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is produced over long periods of time from decaying uranium in the earth. Find out why you should test your home during cold winter months.

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City Updates | General | Health Department |

Health Department: UW Madison / Meningitis Information

If you are a UW-Madison student and you received the first recommended vaccine against meningococcal disease serogroup B, you need another shot.

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