Merger of Greenfield and West Allis Health Departments

The merger between the Greenfield Health Department and West Allis Health Department has resulted in the formation of the new Southwest Suburban Health Department. This unification, announced on Wednesday, March 27, aims to provide more efficient and comprehensive public health services to the communities of West Allis and Greenfield. Both cities’ common councils have approved the merger, creating a unified entity that will better serve their residents.

The Southwest Suburban Health Department will be supported by an intergovernmental agreement for a five-year term, with a joint board of health overseeing its operations. Funding for the new department will come from both cities as well as state health grants. This collaboration between West Allis and Greenfield has a history of working well together, as both cities share a mutual approach to serving their communities.

Mayor Dan Devine of West Allis expressed his support for the merger, stating that it will allow for a more strategic and effective way of meeting the needs of their public health services. Similarly, Mayor Michael Neitzke of Greenfield believes that this unification will enable a more streamlined and focused delivery of community and environmental health services to all residents they serve. This merger represents a positive step forward in enhancing public health services for the communities of West Allis and Greenfield.

By Aiden Johnson

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