(MADISON, Wis.)—To get a head start on 2023 construction, the Blair Street South project will move its focus to the E. Washington Avenue intersection, with all traffic routed onto the inbound lanes of E.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway announced today the appointment of Jim Wolfe as Madison’s City Engineer.
The City of Madison is proud to be one of the state’s 2022 Energy Efficiency Excellence Award Recipients.
The City of Madison Engineering Division will share about specific projects and progress since the August 2018 flood on a new blog series on the Engineering Division website named ‘Since 2018.’
Included as part of the 2022 roadway improvements for Vision Zero, new speed limit reductions will occur for several Madison streets identified as having a high level of injury causing crashes.
South Blair Street is now open to both sides of traffic for the first time in two months. It was closed for the past two months to speed up the construction process.
The City of Madison Engineering and Parks Divisions invite the community to “bee” proactive with supporting pollinators during National Pollinator Week, June 20-26, 2022.
All City of Madison offices will be closed on Monday, June 20, 2022, in observation of Juneteenth.
The City of Madison invites the community to celebrate the City’s Public Works agencies and infrastructure progress for Infrastructure and Public Works weeks, May 16-20, 2022.
Madison Parks is aware of the boat launch navigation issues at Olbrich Park.
An area on the southwest side of the City of Madison is cleared and properly cleaned after a sanitary sewer overflow happened 9:15 a.m., May 4, 2022, on the 300 block of Island Drive in Madison.
The new Wingra/Cannonball Path bridge over Wingra Creek, just east of Fish Hatchery Road will be named the “Robert F. Phillips Jr.