Clarke Square Neighborhood

The mission of Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative is to create a strong neighborhood with a variety of homes, public spaces, safe streets, landmark places (schools, churches, community centers, parks) and strong business community to create a vibrant, diverse neighborhood.

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COVID-19 Update & Resouces.

We are in this together, Clarke Square. At this moment, our office is closed, but the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative (CSNI) team is still working remotely and is here to help. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach us by email at patricia@clarkesquare.org.

The Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program assists eligible renters who have had a significant loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic and need help with their rent.

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We’re excited to announce that applications for The Bridge Project – Milwaukee’s first unconditional cash program – are now open! This transformative program from Zilber Family Foundation and The Bridge Project will provide unconditional cash to 100 eligible low-income, pregnant individuals in Milwaukee for two years as a way to empower families and the community through financial assistance.

Participants must be:
- 18 years or older;
- 23 weeks pregnant or less;
- Live in Milwaukee zip codes 53204, 53205, 53206 or 53215, with priority in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative (ZNI) neighborhoods of Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West; and
- Have an annual household income of less than $39,000 USD.
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We’re excited to announce that applications for The Bridge Project – Milwaukee’s first unconditional cash program – are now open! This transformative program from Zilber Family Foundation and The Bridge Project will provide unconditional cash to 100 eligible low-income, pregnant individuals in Milwaukee for two years as a way to empower families and the community through financial assistance.  Participants must be: 
- 18 years or older;
- 23 weeks pregnant or less;
- Live in Milwaukee zip codes 53204, 53205, 53206 or 53215, with priority in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative (ZNI) neighborhoods of Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West; and
- Have an annual household income of less than $39,000 USD.

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So happy for all the families that will receive support! Congratulations Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative & all the orgs receiving this funding support<3 ✊🏽💚👏🏽

Clarke Square Residents: Spring has sprung! 💐 That means it is time for our springtime neighborhood cleanup. Check out the schedule below ♻️ 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Clarke Square Residents: Spring has sprung! 💐 That means it is time for our springtime neighborhood cleanup. Check out the schedule below ♻️ 👇Image attachment

We want to wish all of our partners and community members a happy Easter! Thank you to all who joined us for our Easter egg hunt earlier this month! Safe & Sound, Inc.Milwaukee Police Department - District Two ... See MoreSee Less

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It was a wonderful event thank you

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Thank you to those who joined us for tonight’s CSNI Meets 🙏🏻✨! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to those who joined us for tonight’s CSNI Meets 🙏🏻✨!

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Thank you CSNI for hosting tonight's meeting. My 2 cents is that Layton Blvd is already tight with the 2 Lanes & parking. Having a dedicated bus lane which reduces car traffic down to 1 lane. Layton Blvd already has a lot of traffic on it & reducing it to 1 lane is going to be a traffic jam from National to Forest Home.

Join us tomorrow! 12 - 3 PM!

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Join us tomorrow! 12 - 3 PM!  Safe & Sound, Inc. Milwaukee Police Department - District Two
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Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

We’re excited to announce that applications for The Bridge Project – Milwaukee’s first unconditional cash program – are now open! This transformative program from Zilber Family Foundation and The Bridge Project will provide unconditional cash to 100 eligible low-income, pregnant individuals in Milwaukee for two years as a way to empower families and the community through financial assistance.

Participants must be:
- 18 years or older;
- 23 weeks pregnant or less;
- Live in Milwaukee zip codes 53204, 53205, 53206 or 53215, with priority in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative (ZNI) neighborhoods of Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West; and
- Have an annual household income of less than $39,000 USD.
... See MoreSee Less

We’re excited to announce that applications for The Bridge Project – Milwaukee’s first unconditional cash program – are now open! This transformative program from Zilber Family Foundation and The Bridge Project will provide unconditional cash to 100 eligible low-income, pregnant individuals in Milwaukee for two years as a way to empower families and the community through financial assistance.  Participants must be: 
- 18 years or older;
- 23 weeks pregnant or less;
- Live in Milwaukee zip codes 53204, 53205, 53206 or 53215, with priority in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative (ZNI) neighborhoods of Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West; and
- Have an annual household income of less than $39,000 USD.

Comment on Facebook

So happy for all the families that will receive support! Congratulations Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative & all the orgs receiving this funding support<3 ✊🏽💚👏🏽

Clarke Square Residents: Spring has sprung! 💐 That means it is time for our springtime neighborhood cleanup. Check out the schedule below ♻️ 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Clarke Square Residents: Spring has sprung! 💐 That means it is time for our springtime neighborhood cleanup. Check out the schedule below ♻️ 👇Image attachment

We want to wish all of our partners and community members a happy Easter! Thank you to all who joined us for our Easter egg hunt earlier this month! Safe & Sound, Inc.Milwaukee Police Department - District Two ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

It was a wonderful event thank you

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Thank you to those who joined us for tonight’s CSNI Meets 🙏🏻✨! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to those who joined us for tonight’s CSNI Meets 🙏🏻✨!

Comment on Facebook

Thank you CSNI for hosting tonight's meeting. My 2 cents is that Layton Blvd is already tight with the 2 Lanes & parking. Having a dedicated bus lane which reduces car traffic down to 1 lane. Layton Blvd already has a lot of traffic on it & reducing it to 1 lane is going to be a traffic jam from National to Forest Home.

Join us tomorrow! 12 - 3 PM!

Safe & Sound, Inc. Milwaukee Police Department - District Two
... See MoreSee Less

Join us tomorrow! 12 - 3 PM!  Safe & Sound, Inc. Milwaukee Police Department - District Two
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Because we all have an interest in the quality of life in the neighborhood.  We want to know what you can contribute to our neighborhood. We want to know how we can help make it possible for you to make ClarkeSquare into a community of prosperity. And if there are ways you want to be connected to other resources, we’ll help do that, too.

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