How Wauwatosa is Prepared to Respond to COVID-19

Wauwatosa routinely plans, trains, and exercises with partner agencies on responses to pandemics or infectious diseases. We are monitoring developments related to COVID-19 as they happen. Learn about city services available online or by mail.


Calendar Meeting List

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Which meetings and events are on the calendar?

We publish city meetings and Wauwatosa events on this calendar. You can find the following meetings on the calendar:

  • Common Council
  • Committee of the Whole
  • Financial Affairs
  • Community Affairs
  • Government Affairs
  • Transportation Affairs
  • Plan Commission
  • Board of Zoning Appeals
  • Design Review Boards
  • Board of Public Works

For a full list of meetings, visit the Meeting Portal for times, agendas, and videos.

Census Day

  • Date: 04/01/2020  (all day)

In mid-March 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will mail postcards to every household in Tosa and the U.S. inviting them to complete a brief online census survey. This is different than in the past. Each household will receive only a postcard, not the formal hard copy of the survey to fill out and return. You will have the option to request a hard copy or reply by phone, but the online response is fast and easy. For your neighbors who don't have a computer, the Tosa Library will have a computer station dedicated to completing the Census available by mid-March. 

An accurate count matters for so many reasons. The Census numbers are used to determine federal funding for public safety, health, education, transportation and to determine representation in Congress. Tosa wants to be counted and receive our fair share of funding. Find out more about why an accurate census count matters here and read about the census and Wauwatosa here.  

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