Cavalier Johnson Archives

Outreach Community Health Centers hosted a Topping Off Ceremony

November 17, 2022

On Wednesday, October 26, 2022, Outreach Community Health Centers’ (OCHC) board, staff, project partners, health partners, and elected officials celebrated an essential milestone for OCHC’s new building addition. Also, guests had the opportunity to sign one of the last beams before observing it being raised by a crane and placed in its final resting spot…. [Read More]

Mayor Johnson hosts ‘2022 Fatherhood Summit’

November 10, 2022

Fathers, Grandfathers, Future Fathers and Father Figures will join Mayor Cavalier Johnson on Saturday, November 12, 2022 for the annual Milwaukee Fatherhood Summit. This year’s event takes place at Destiny Youth Plaza, 7220 North 76th Street from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. The Fatherhood Summit is a one-stop shop resource fair connecting Milwaukee families with… [Read More]

Mayor Johnson throws out first pitch at Brewers vs. Marlins game

October 6, 2022

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Milwaukee hosted the Miami Marlins at American Family Field. As part of the festivities Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson threw out the ceremonial first pitch to kick off the game. Though the mayor did a commendable job throwing out the first pitch, the Brewers on the other hand blew a… [Read More]

Juneteenth Day official city holiday; Mayor Johnson signs ordinance

September 29, 2022

Milwaukee always goes big for Juneteenth with parades and a street festival, but now, June 19 is an official city holiday. Mayor Cavalier Johnson signed an ordinance Monday, Sept. 26, 2022 to make it official, joining with the federal government and about half the states in formally marking June 19 as a holiday honoring of… [Read More]

Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson makes $1.7-billion budget proposal

September 22, 2022

The proposal comes during a time of rising homicide rates and other issues citywide Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson made his first budget proposal as mayor Tuesday, September 20, 2022, morning. It provides an inside look at how Johnson plans to tackle the issues facing Milwaukee. It comes at a time of skyrocketing homicide rates, domestic… [Read More]

New radio station receives commendation for launch and business expo

June 30, 2022

Mayor Cavalier Johnson (center) provided a commendation from the City of Milwaukee to Dennis Walton (left) and Saryea Murchison, the owners of Higher Dimension Online Radio, for their dedication to their mission and their outstanding potential in the Milwaukee community at a Radio Launch and Business Expo held Saturday, June 25, 2022, at Destiny Youth… [Read More]

Mayor Johnson visits Milwaukee Environmental Sciences Academy

June 9, 2022

On Friday, May 27, 2022, The Milwaukee Environmental Sciences Academy (MESA), 6600 W. Melvina Street, celebrated the school’s First All-School STEM Science Fair. As part of this STEM event Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson visited MESA to help celebrate the occasion and also honor school principal Janet Colvin. Principal Colvin received a Proclamation from the Common… [Read More]

Making History: Top executive positions in Milwaukee are now all held by African American men

April 21, 2022

By the time voters in the City of Milwaukee elected Cavalier Johnson as mayor during a special election on April 5, 2022, about half of the 100 largest U.S. cities by population had already elected an African American mayor, according to the U.S. Census Bureau; but the inauguration of Mayor Johnson on April 13, 2022… [Read More]

Newly elected Milwaukee Mayor Johnson and family take in Easter Brewers game

April 21, 2022

On Sunday, April 17, 2022, the newly elected Milwaukee mayor Cavalier Johnson, his wife Dominique, and children celebrated Easter Sunday at the Brewers game at American Family Field to watch the Brewers defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 6 – 5. Happy Easter to Milwaukee’s new First Family.

Making History: Cavalier Johnson is Milwaukee’s first African American elected mayor

April 7, 2022

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, Milwaukee turned out to the polls to elect a new mayor. Since the a very packed field was narrowed in primary, the two top runners were interim Mayor Cavalier Johnson and former Ald. Bob Donovan. After the votes were tallied Cavalier Johnson receiving 71.69 percent of the vote, has been… [Read More]