05/22/2018 Mayor Soglin Announces Appointment of Director of Transportation
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin today announced the appointment of Thomas Lynch as the Director of the City of Madison’s Department of Transportation.
05/16/2018 City of Madison Launches 2018 Solar Programs for Homes & Businesses
Today, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin launched two solar programs to help citizens and businesses in Madison "go solar" in 2018.
05/08/2018 Mayor Soglin Represents Madison at National Mayors’ Institute on Opioids
Mayor Paul Soglin is representing the City of Madison at the Mayors’ Institute on Opioids hosted by the National League of Cities (NLC), leading a four-member delegation representing the area, including Madison, Public Hea
04/27/2018 Mayors Helping Mayors Rebuild Puerto Rico
It has been seven months since Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico. More than half a million people are still without power.
04/26/2018 Mayor Soglin Receives National Award for Work Supporting Local Business
Mayor Soglin has been selected to receive the 2018 Small Business Advocate Award from Partner American and the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
04/17/2018 Get a taste of our Public Market this weekend! 20 local businesses will offer free samples of food and handmade goods.
The Madison Public Market Foundation is hosting a spring Taste of the Madison Public Market event to give Madisonians an opportunity to meet a few vendors that are preparing to launch their businesses in the Market.
04/02/2018 2019 Capital Budget Instructions and Target
2019 Capital Budget Instructions and Target
03/29/2018 Madison and Dane County Honor Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th Anniversary of His Death
“The City of Madison and Dane County will be commemorating and honoring the life of Reverend Dr.
03/28/2018 Mayor Soglin, City Clerk Witzel-Behl Encourage Voter Participation
City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl joined Madison Mayor Paul Soglin today to report that Madisonians are again turning out at the polls in advance of next week’s election.
03/21/2018 Madison Earns State Designation in New Federal Tax Incentive Program
The State of Wisconsin has selected key areas of Madison to be designated as "Opportunity Zones." The Opportunity Zone Program was created as part of the recent Federal Tax Reform legislation.
03/21/2018 Milwaukee Street Special Area Plan
The City of Madison has initiated a joint planning process with the Town of Blooming Grove to create land use and transportation recommendations for the area generally bound by Milwaukee St., Fair Oaks Avenue, and Highways
02/20/2018 Task Force on the Structure of City Government to Hold First Meeting Thursday Evening
Members of the Madison Common Council last year approved a resolution to create a special task force on city governance to examine and make recommendations on elected officials; the structure and powers of the Common Counc