Common Council President Cavalier Johnson
Press Release

Survey to gather remote work preferences now live

Results will help City develop strategies to bolster remote work in Milwaukee

By - Jun 29th, 2021 11:22 am

The City of Milwaukee has recently launched a new survey to gather citizen feedback and information about remote working. The survey, created in conjunction with Common Council file #210236 sponsored by Common Council President Cavalier Johnson, will be part of a larger report on remote work strategies to be presented to the Council later this year.

“The Millennial Task Force did tremendous work in identifying what key items are important when it comes to attracting and retaining young talent to our city, and it is clear having viable remote work options is near the top of the list,” said President Johnson. “I would encourage people to take a few minutes to complete this short survey regarding remote work. Receiving as much input as possible is helpful as we continue to create strategies to make Milwaukee an attractive destination for all types of workers.”

The brief survey can be accessed by visiting Additional information on the Millennial Task Force, including background and their final findings and report, can be found online at

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