1. Rock County Hospitals Need Your Help to Flatten the Curve

    Rock County Hospitals Need Your Help to Flatten the Curve

    Press Release from Rock County Public Health in collaboration with Rock County Hospitals. This week, Rock County’s hospitals reported their highest numbers of hospitalized COVID-19 patients to date. Read on...
  2. Free COVID-19 Testing at BTC with logos of Rock County Public Health and Rock County Sheriff

    Free COVID-19 Testing at BTC

    Free COVID-19 testing will be available weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day at Blackhawk Technical College – Central Campus. The first day of testing is October 21st and the last day of testing is December 10th. Read on...
  3. Absentee Voting Options

    Absentee Voting Options

    There are a few options voters have to absentee vote in the November 3, 2020 election. Read on...
  4. Halloween Trick-or-Treat Hours - October 31, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

    Halloween Trick-or-Treat Hours – 10/31/20, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

    The City of Milton set Halloween Trick-or-Treat hours as 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 31. Also participate in a scavenger hunt, StoryWalk, and virtual costume contest. Read on...
  5. Free, Drive-thru Mask Distribution

    Reopen Rock Task Force to Host Drive-Thru Mask Give-Away

    Rock County residents in need of reusable masks and thermometers will soon have free access to them, thanks to a partnership between the Reopen Rock Task Force, Rock County, and the United Way Blackhawk Region. Read on...
  6. Fall Leaf Collection, October 10 through November 15

    Fall Leaf Collection, Oct. 10 - Nov. 15

    Fall curbside leaf collection starts Saturday, October 10, and continues through Sunday, November 15. Read on...
  7. Concrete Repairs, start date October 12

    Concrete Repairs - Madison Avenue, Janesville Street

    Concrete repairs are scheduled to start on Madison Avenue and Janesville Street on Monday, October 12, and they will be completed by the end of October. Read on...
  8. Face Mask Advisory

    Face Mask Advisory and Face Mask Policy for City Facilities

    The Common Council approved a Public Health Advisory recommending the public wear face masks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. In support of the advisory, they also approved a policy making it a requirement to wear face masks in City facilities. Read on...
  9. Elizabeth Street Public Works Director&#39s Project Report

    Elizabeth Street - Director's Report

    The Public Works Director's report related to work to be completed on Elizabeth Street is available on the City's website. Read on...
  10. No Wipes Down Pipes

    No Wipes Down Pipes

    Important reminder from our Public Works Department: Even though a product may say "flushable" or "disposable," only toilet paper should be flushed. Read on...
  11. City Operations and COVID-19

    City of Milton Operations and COVID-19

    The City of Milton established a page on the City's website dedicated to updates on City operations impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on...
  12. City of Milton Bi-Monthly Newsletter

    Bi-Monthly Newsletters

    The City of Milton is including bi-monthly newsletters with timely reminders and updates with the utility bills. The bi-monthly newsletters are uploaded to the City's website as well. Read on...
  13. 2018 Collection Calendar

    2020 Collection Calendar

    Trying to find information on Refuse/Recycling Collection? Yard Waste Collection? Leaf or Brush Collection? The Collection Calendar and additional information about each collection is available online. Read on...
  14. New Partnership for the Milton-Milton Township Fire Department with photo of Milton fire truck

    Four Rock County Fire Departments Introduce New Partnership

    Four Rock County fire departments are announcing a partnership that will allow the departments to respond to every day emergencies more quickly. Read on...
  15. EMERALD ASH BORER INFORMATION

    Emerald Ash Borer Identified & Confirmed in City of Milton

    The presence of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was identified and confirmed in Veterans Park on West High Street in the City of Milton. Department of Public Works staff brought their findings to the DNR who confirmed the findings to be EAB. Read on...
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