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We are here to unify Kenosha, heal the racial divide, and engage people in Kenosha to love the place that we call home as we reconcile, rebuild, heal and bring hope to those who need it most. The City of Kenosha is healing and working to rebuild after a series of tragic events swept through our community. The Jacob Blake shooting and the riots that followed deeply hurt people, neighborhoods, and businesses. We are hosting a series of listening sessions in September and October. During the listening sessions, you will have the chance to share how these tragic events impacted you and what the City of Kenosha and our residents can do to bring about healing and positive change. Your input will shape the city’s Commit to Action Roadmap and the steps we will take to heal, unify and rebuild our community.

Kenosha Community Listening Questionairre

Community Listening Sessions:

September 20, 2020 at Journey Church
We are at capacity for in-person participation, but stream is live at 2 pm on Instagram




  • October 11, 2020 at St. Mark's Catholic Church Sign Up Here