Financial assistance is available to City of Madison residents that are ineligible for the Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy Program and meet the City of Madison eligibility requirements.
Mark your calendars. Food scraps recycling returns next week!
After almost 60 public meetings, the Common Council approved the Metro Transit Network Redesign.
Notice of changes to the way Council meetings are structured
MADISON, WI -- The Bubbler at Madison Public Library is working with nine local Madison artists to create programming for kids and families at each Madison Public Library location during the summer.
After owners failed to comply with conditions of occupancy previously established, the City is again closing the office and restaurant building at 131 West Wilson Street.
Beginning at approximately 7:00 a.m. on Monday, June 13, Felland Road will be closed to thru traffic between Bridle Way and Commercial Avenue for street construction related to Jannah Village Phase 2.
Beginning at approximately 7:00 a.m. on Monday, June 13, Vilas Park Drive will be closed to traffic until approximately 4:30 p.m.
Madison Bikes and the City of Madison invite you to attend a short press conference kicking off the 25th annual Bike Week in Madison. Events are planned throughout the city.
MADISON, WI -- Madison Public Library’s We Read program is celebrating the joy of reading and the beginning of summer with programs for kids and families just as school lets out.
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a free community celebration on Saturday, July 23 from 6:30-9:45 pm at its William T. Evjue Rooftop Gardens.
Mayor Rhodes-Conway reacted to Judge Stephen Ehlke’s decision today to dismiss another lawsuit brought by the national right-wing legal group called the Thomas Moore Society against measures Madison took to provide safe,
The deadline to submit your suggestions to name the trash and recycling compactors at our Sycamore Avenue drop-off site is June 7, 2022.
Public Health Madison & Dane County monitors conditions and tests the water at local beaches to make sure they are safe for swimming.
The City of Madison is restarting the process to prepare the Reiner Neighborhood Development Plan that was paused in 2020 to obtain additional information through a stormwater management study.