City of
Madison

District 14

Alder Sheri Carter

Alder Sheri Carter

Alder Sheri Carter,
Council Vice President

Contact Information

Home Address:

3009 Ashford Ln
Madison , WI 53713-2929

Council Office

Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
WI Relay Service

Alder Carter’s Updates

Tag: Flooding

Sand and ready-to-fill bags available to City of Madison Residents

City of Madison, County officials monitor lake levels as more rain forecast Lake levels for Lake Monona and Mendota have stabilized over the last few days but remain high. Lake level as of Friday morning on Lake Monona was less than six inches below the 100-year flood elevation, and Lake … [read more]

Council President Baldeh Issues Statement on Flood Event

Common Council President Samba Baldeh, on behalf of the entire Common Council, expresses their sincere condolences for the loss of life and damage to properties because of Monday night's record-breaking thunderstorm that overwhelmed storm water drains. The Governor and the County Executive … [read more]

Flooding Updates & Information

City Efforts 160,000 sandbags have been distributed to 13 sites providing sand and sandbags for the public to fill. The City is producing 2,000 filled sandbags per hour for public use. City staff, volunteers, and the National Guard continue to help fill and distribute sandbags. Continue To … [read more]

City of Madison Flooding Update-Thursday, August 30, 2018

In an effort to manage the water level on Lake Mendota, the flow of water through the Tenney dam has been increased. This will lead to rising water levels on the isthmus that will result in ponding on roadways and possible lane or road closures. Water levels and lane closures are expected to be … [read more]

City of Madison Flood - Update

The recent weather forecast for this week indicates rain today, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. Lake levels are expected to remain steady until predicted rainfall overnight and into midday Wednesday. The National Weather Service predicts a half-inch to one inch of rainfall in our area during … [read more]

City of Madison Flood - Update Wednesday, Sept. 5

I want to take a moment to thank all the volunteers, City staff, National Guard, neighbors, friends and families that came together to help and/or support those in need during this time. We will get through this together. Alder Sheri Carter Emergency Lane Closure – Williamson Street & … [read more]

Flooding Update: FEMA Recovery Office Scheduled to Open Soon

Local disaster relief officials are working with those from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) to establish a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) where Small Business Administration (SBA) and FEMA officials will be located and available to talk to residents and business owners … [read more]

Sandbag Disposal & Collection - Curbside Collection Begins on October 29, 2018

Residents with sandbags have four options on how to manage them, including curbside collection that will begin on October 29. Option 1: Store for Future Use Lake levels remain high, so concerns over flooding have not completely subsided. If we have a snowy winter combined with high lake … [read more]

Sandbag Update

Sandbag Collection As you remove your sandbags please: Do not place full sandbags into your refuse or recycling bins. Do not place sandbags under leaf piles or inside leaf bags for yard waste crews. Sandbag Disposal: There are several ways to dispose of your … [read more]

Sandbag Collection is Over for 2018

Sandbag Collection has passed for 2018 Residents should not place any additional sandbags to the curb for pickup at this time. Collection crews will cycle through the City picking up sandbags that were placed to the curb prior to the November 25 deadline. Once this final sweep through the … [read more]

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