News & Updates

What's New at Cudahy DPW

This year 2019 Drop Off Passes will be issued upon request to eligible property owners. City of Cudahy Drop-Off Site Ticket Order Request Forms are available NOW, either Downloadable Form on the website OR stop in at the DPW Desk during regular business hours to pick up a blank form…

2019 Drop-Off Site Ticket Order Form


  • City Trees - The City of Cudahy's Tree Removal Contractor will continue removal of hazardous trees throughout the summer. Please be aware, it will take several months before the stumps are removed. Trees that are being removed have been determined to be hazardous by a qualified Arborist;  

  • Pothole Patching - Pothole patching will continue on City streets throughout the summer. Patching in alleys will begin in Fall;  

  • Reconstruction Projects -  Work continues on the reconstruction of Morris Avenue & Adams Avenue from Packard Avenue to Kirkwood Avenue. It is expected that the roadway will be open to traffic sometime in later August. Nicholson Avenue from Whitnall Avenue to Layton Avenue should be open to traffic by July 26th. College Avenue work near Packard Avenue should be completed by August 1st;

  • E-Waste Disposal available at the Drop Off SiteThe City of Cudahy DPW has partnered with Goodwill Industries to begin collection & disposal of E-Waste at the City Drop Off site on a regular basis. What this means is that residential property owners who pay a recycling cart fee can drop off electronic waste (computers, TV's, etc.) at the City's Drop Off Site during Drop Off Site hours. There will be no need to use a pass if you are only disposing of electronics, however, you must present Proof of Residency;

  • Storm Outfalls & Lake Michigan Water Level - The City's Storm Water Utility owns and maintains several large storm water outfalls that discharge into Lake Michigan. Due to the extremely high water levels the discharge pipes are filling with sand. The sand affects the capacity of the pipe, and in heavy rain can cause backflow and flooding issues. The Department is taking steps to keep tese discharges clear however, that requires access from Sheridan Park. The Department is working with Milwaukee County Parks on those access points. So you may see some clearing of brush & small trees down near the water. This is necessary so that the City can get the necessary equipment to those discharge pipes to clear them;

  • DPW Facebook Page– Check out the Cudahy DPW Facebook page ... You'll find updates and information regarding present & upcoming projects, as well as, other pertinent info. Like us @ Cudahy Public Works!


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