City of Milwaukee
Landloard Training Program

5 Hour Training | Informative Manual | Certificate of Completion

Tuesday, July 31st/Aug 2nd from 12:00pm - 3:00pm, sign in at 12pm
Mitchell Street Library - Community Room | 906 W. Historic Mitchell St.
Street Parking/Parking Lot --No Vending Mech./Meal Break

*Class already reached capacity* walk ins may be accepted 

You must attend both nights on 07/31 and 08/02 to obtain the certificate!

Are you interested in purchasing a multi-family property?
Learn the fine points of what's involved in becoming a landlord or owning property in the City of Milwaukee.

The award winning landlord training program operates out of the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS) downtown location. The goal is to teach landlords fundamental ways to keep illegal activity out of their property. This program was a runner up for the Ford Foundation Harvard Kennedy School of Government Awards program and a 1996 winner of the Innovations In Government award sponsored by the City of Milwaukee Mayor and Common Council.

The classes are FREE and held on a regular basis through out the year at various locations. They are held on evenings and weekends to accommodate virtually anyone's schedule. The classes are generally either (1) five hour session in one day or (2) two and a half hour sessions for two nights. Attendees get a free 100 page comprehensive manual and handouts on a variety of legal and business issues related to managing a property.

To find out more visit their website at:

Advance Registration is Recommended! Call the Landlord Training Line at (414)-286-2954 or email

Be sure to include: Class date, Your Name, Address, Zipcode, and Telephone #

*Please be free to ask if space accomodations are needed*

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