300 Block W. Wilson

Last Updated: 05/24/2019

Project Description

The City plans to resurface and replace utilities on a portion of W. Wilson St. in the summer of 2019. Water main breaks and deteriorated pavement over the last year have made this project a priority.
As part of this project, the City is now proposing to reconstruct Broom St. between John Nolen and W. Doty St. A test of a possible new lane configuration on Broom is currently being conducted. City Engineering is hosting a public informational meeting on the evening of Monday, May 20 at 7:00pm in room 215 of the Madison Municipal Building.

As part of the project planning, a corridor study will be done on Wilson St. from Broom St. to Blair St. Two public involvement meetings have been scheduled for this study, and the dates, times and locations of these meetings are noted below.

When the Common Council approved the recent reconstruction project on W. Wilson St., they also required that a more comprehensive study of Wilson St. be done prior to the completion of the Judge Doyle Square project. Now that another project is scheduled on Wilson St., this corridor study will help guide the design of this project.


Construction will likely be done in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020

Project Limits

W. Wilson St. between S. Broom St. & S. Henry St.

S. Broom St. between John Nolen Dr. and W. Doty St.

Public Meetings

A Public Information Meeting was held on Monday, May 20th. The presentation and preliminary plans can be found below:
Public Meeting Presentation
Preliminary Project Plans

The Transportation Department is conducting a Wilson Street Corridor Study to help guide the scope of this construction project.