The City of Madison Streets Division would like to remind residents that your final curbside brush collection opportunity for 2022 is fast approaching.
Wisconsin & Southern Railroad will replace the railroad tracks crossing South Ingersoll Street between East Main Street and East Wilson Street starting 6:00 a.m.
Madison Public Library is looking for a few good stories through an open call for submissions to the Madison Living History Project.
The next 2022 roadway improvement scheduled through the Vision Zero initiative takes place on Monday, August 29th to a section of Mineral Point Rd, from S Whitney Way to the Beltline.
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.’
PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS OF MADISON WATER UTILITY
MADISON, WI -- Madison Public Library is launching a new residency all about nature! Local naturalist John C.
The application process for at-large nominations for two (2) seats on the City of Madison Police Civilian Oversight Board is now open.
The final candidates for the Independent Police Monitor position are Robert Copley, Rodney Saunders Jr., John Tate II, and Joel Winnig.
Dane Dances! has been canceled tonight (Friday, 8/19) due the forecasted storms and concerns for rooftop safety. Join us next week for Sisters of Element and the Storm Chasers with special guest T.L.
Wisconsin & Southern Railroad will replace the North Shore Drive railroad track crossing adjacent to John Nolen Drive, starting 4:00 a.m. on Friday, August 26. This project will be completed in two phases:
The finalists for the Independent Police Monitor position will be introduced at a virtual event on Thursday, August 18th.
Dane Dances! has been canceled tonight due to the continuous rain and concerns for rooftop safety. Join us next week for Orquesta Salsoul Del Mad and Luisito Rosario!
Friday, August 19:
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos’ firing of Michael Gableman ends a 14-month reign of error that has indelibly stained the Speaker’s reputation.