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Mayor Genrich

Note From the Mayor 

Thank you for subscribing to my newsletter. I hope to use it as a way to alert you to events in the community and at city hall, to keep you apprised of policies proposed and debated at our common council, and to share with you other items of note. I hope to develop a strong connection between the mayor’s office and our community’s citizenry, and this newsletter is an important part of that effort. Thanks for subscribing, and please consider sharing the newsletter with friends and neighbors who also take an interest in the life of the community we love.

Invite me!

Since being elected and sworn into office in April, I have met with hundreds of people and attended dozens of events throughout the community. If you’d like me to attend an event in your neighborhood or in connection with your organization, please feel free to make that request on my webpage.

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Upcoming Events

Summer is winding down and our kids might be back at school, but that doesn’t mean our community will be slowing down! If you are looking for something fun to do in the coming weeks, follow these links to get more information about just a few of the events happening in Green Bay.

Parks and Recreation Fall Activity Guide

Downtown Green Bay Fall and Winter Events Guide

Office Hours

Community Office Hours

Each week community members visit with me to discuss their ideas, convey their concerns, and provide their unique perspectives. There is no need to make an appointment to visit with me during this one hour block. We encourage community members to park at the meters on Jefferson Street, Cherry Street or in the Pine Street ramp, as parking is limited in the City Hall lot. Green Bay Metro buses #6 runs every 30 minutes, riders who leave from the transit center at 3:15 pm will get to City Hall by 3:18 pm.

Our community office hour is typically scheduled on Thursdays from 3:30-4:30, but we do move it occasionally. Click here to find when office hours will be scheduled each week.

Walk and Talk

Bringing City Hall to You

I truly believe that we need to bring city hall out to where people live, whenever possible. Starting in June I began a series of “Walk and Talks” with neighborhood associations around the city. For these events I, along with city staff, meet with residents in their neighborhoods and discuss issues relevant to the city and neighborhood. It has been a real pleasure to hear people’s thoughts and ideas for the City of Green Bay, and I look forward to continuing the initiative throughout my tenure.

Thanks to the Green Bay Neighborhood Support Assistant Will Peters for putting these events together and the Marquette Park, McAuliffe and King of Arms Neighborhoods for hosting me.

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Request For Service

Seen a problem pothole lately? Do you need a tree cut down in the city right-of-way? Try our “Request for Service” webpage to notify us and seek assistance. My office and your alders on the Common Council are elected to serve you, but you don’t always need us to act as intermediaries between you and the people who work in city government. Go right to the source, and get your concerns resolved quickly and easily.

Contact My Office 

Every day I am blessed with the responsibility of being curious about the community in which I was born and raised. There is so much that we can achieve together, and I look forward to working with you to push this community to be the best version of itself.
I am in this office to serve you. If you have any comments, concerns, or ideas please send them to my office. Contact me at any time.

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