MPD Seeking Community Input
For many years, the Madison Police Department (MPD) has utilized surveys as an additional way to gather information and feedback from our Community. They want to know your concerns, what is going on in your neighborhood, and how well the MPD is addressing your concerns; surveys are an opportunity for MPD to better understand what is important to you. The Central Police District is currently looking for your feedback and is asking anyone who is willing to complete the following survey found here. The survey takes approximately 5 minutes or less to complete and is anonymous.
Imagine Madison: City Seeking Input
Imagine Madison is a unique public listening campaign, designed by the City of Madison alongside members of the community. The goal of Imagine Madison is to gather the opinions of each and every Madisonian, which will be used to update the City's Comprehensive Plan. To learn more or provide input, click here.
City of Madison Retail Improvement Grant
The City of Madison has approved a TIF Grant program through the Office of Business Resources that will provide funding for improvements to retail spaces within the central downtown area. As the City of Madison, residents, business owners and development community continue to invest in creating a vibrant downtown they recognize the need to invest in the independent retailers in the downtown area to make sure we continue to maintain the independent flavor that makes Madison special. For more information, click here.
Downtown Road Construction Projects
Many road construction projects are currently taking place or are in the planning process for downtown Madison. For detailed updates and information on some of these road construction projects, visit the Madison's Central BID website at www.visitdowntownmadison.com/Construction.
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Lower Yahara River Trail video
Posted: October 6, 2017
UW graduates gift alma mater a new park next to Memorial Union
Posted: October 6, 2017
Susan Schmitz: Hateful graffiti is unacceptable, won't be tolerated
Posted: October 2, 2017
Downtown Madison day homeless shelter looking for more volunteers
Posted: September 26, 2017
Metro Transit getting 3 all-electric buses in 2019
Posted: September 23, 2017
Neighborhood, city push State Street hotel to shift design from modern to traditional
Posted: September 21, 2017
Madison City Council approves changes to transportation department
Posted: September 20, 2017