06/19/2017 City of Madison Unveils a New Guide to Planting in Residential Yards and Terraces
Anyone passing through Madison’s residential neighborhoods will notice the diversity and frequent creativity in what homeowners and renters plant around their homes, often extending to publicly owned street-side terraces.
06/07/2017 Madison Introduces New Opportunities for Downtown Retail Street Vending & Placemaking
If you have been in downtown Madison over the past few weeks, you have probably noticed some additional activity at the top of State Street.
06/07/2017 2018 Operating Budget Instructions
Madison’s economy continues to outperform the state and nation. Our unemployment rate is at historically low levels, with a 2.1% preliminary rate for April 2017.
06/06/2017 City works with REAP Food Group, Madison Metropolitan School District, Madison Parks, Public Health Madison & Dane County to provide free summer meal sites.
An innovative partnership is addressing food insecurity for children and families in Madison again this summer.
06/05/2017 City of Madison Hires Mahanth Joishy, Fleet Superintendent
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin announced today that Mahanth Joishy has been hired as the City’s Fleet Superintendent, replacing the recently retired Bill Vandenbrook.
05/24/2017 Seeking Tolerance and Justice Over Hate
It's not possible to count the number of people in Madison who are affected daily by hate, bigotry or discrimination.
05/03/2017 Statement of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin on Death of Darlene Horner
I join with the family, friends, and community of Darlene Horner, affectionately known as "Big Mama" as we mourn her death this week.
05/02/2017 Nominations Sought for Reverend James C. Wright Human Rights Award
The Department of Civil Rights - Equal Opportunities Division is seeking nominations for the Twentieth Annual Reverend James C. Wright Human Rights Award.
03/29/2017 Madison Public Market Seeking Vendors
The long-awaited Madison Public Market is moving closer to reality. Plans are coming together and the project is expected to be under construction in 2018 and open in 2019.
03/21/2017 Madison Part of Cities’ Immigration Day of Action
The City of Madison is joining cities across the country today in proclaiming today Cities' Immigration Day of Action.
03/17/2017 City of Madison Seeking Applications for AASPIRE Internship Program
The City of Madison's Affirmative Action Division, in concert with City Managers, sponsors paid internships to attract members of Affirmative Action target groups who are engaged in college level studies compatibl
03/16/2017 Mayor Emanuel, Mayor Garcetti And Mayor De Blasio Take Legal Action Against President Trump's Travel Ban
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the Cities of Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City have filed a friend-of-the-court (amicus) brief in the feder