09/27/2017 Matt Wachter to Lead Madison’s Office of Real Estate Services
Madison Mayor Paul R.
09/01/2017 Houston Area Hurricane Recovery Requests from Mayor Sylvester Turner
1) Cash Assistance: As previously shared, after receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries from citizens and corporations who would like to help, Mayor Turner has established the Hurricane Harvey Relief
08/21/2017 Mayor Paul Soglin’s Statement and Historical Perspective of Confederate Monuments at Forest Hill Cemetery
The focus on the Confederate monuments is the history of slavery. However, the story is bigger than that.
08/17/2017 Statement of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin on Removal of Confederate Memorials
The removal of City-owned monuments to confederate soldiers in Forest Hill Cemetery has minimal or no disruption to the cemetery itself. There is no disrespect to the dead with the removal of the plaque and stone.
08/16/2017 Statement of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin on Foxconn Deal
Foxconn is a terrible deal that will bankrupt our state and leave our kids holding the bill.
08/14/2017 Statement of Mayor Paul Soglin on Violence in Virginia
Mayors of all parties from coast to coast stand united in support of the good people of Charlottesville, Virginia. We want to send a firm united message that hate and violence have no place in our public square.
08/04/2017 City Receives Four Bids to Build the Judge Doyle Public Garage on Block 88 - the First Phase of the $175 Million Judge Doyle Redevelopment Project in Downtown Madison
On Friday, August 4, the City of Madison received four bids to construct the 562-car underground Judge Doyle Garage on Block 88 in Downtown Madison.
07/18/2017 Madison’s Disability Pride Festival to Feature New Handicap Accessible Ramp
This month’s Disability Pride Festival in Madison will feature a new 25-foot ramp, as the result of a partnership between Mobility 101, Disability Pride Madison and three City agencies.
07/17/2017 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Receives Fair Housing Award From the Wisconsin Fair Housing Network
The City of Madison Department of Civil Rights has been chosen to receive this year’s Fair Housing Award from the Wisconsin Fair Housing Network for their work to eliminate discrimination for residents within the city of M
07/14/2017 Statement by City Attorney Michael P. May on the DiPiazza Trial
I am extremely disappointed in the federal jury verdict that found the Madison Police Officers liable for excessive force, and awarding damages.
07/12/2017 Mayor Soglin Joins Mayor De Blasio and Other Mayors from Around the Country in Submitting a Joint Letter to the Federal Communications Commission
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin joined mayors of New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, District of Columbia and 42 other cities in submitting a letter urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to maintain the c
06/19/2017 Emergency Storm Sewer Repair at Monona Terrace Walkway
On Saturday June 17, 2017, a storm sewer located underneath the walkway connecting the Martin Luther King Jr Blvd/Wilson St intersection to Monona Terrace failed and created a large sinkhole.