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In consultation with Public Health Madison and Dane County, the Mayor has closed most City of Madison offices to public visitors in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Planning employees are continuing to support critical public services remotely and are responding to emails and voicemails.  For general planning assistance, please email or call 266-4635. A date has not been set to reopen offices to public visitors, but Public Health continues to closely monitor the conditions in our community.  Thank you for your understanding as we all work to keep Madison safe and healthy.

Use the interactive map above or scroll down to find information regarding neighborhood associations and neighborhood and community centersA printable map of neighborhood associations can be found here.  Information about neighborhood planning councils is below.

Information about neighborhood business associations is maintained by the Economic Development division.


Neighborhood and Community Centers

Neighborhood Centers

Neighborhood centers provide resident-focused services and activities, and spaces for neighborhood-oriented activities, public gatherings and programming that meets the needs of the surrounding community. Successful neighborhood centers are widely viewed as an asset the surrounding community, providing a safe and welcoming place for all residents, with a particular emphasis on benefitting lower-income households.



Neighborhood Associations

Neighborhood Associations

Information about each neighborhood associations recognized by the City of Madison can be found at the links below, including contact information and meeting dates and times.  Note that some information on these pages is provided by the neighbhorood association and not the City of Madison.  Update neighborhood association contact information here.

Neighborhood Planning Councils

Neighborhood Planning Councils support neighborhood organizations achieve larger goals of community development, planning, economic development and capacity building.  The City of Madison actively assisted in establishing these organizations and has provided ongoing support.  Neighborhood Planning Council boundaries can be found here.

Last Updated: 03/10/2021

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