Neighborhood Plans

Neighborhood Plans

Neighborhood plans are developed by City of Madison urban planners, who work closely with community members to generate ideas on how best to accommodate anticipated growth within established areas.  Plan topics include land use, zoning, mobility, housing, community services, economic development, historic preservation, urban design, open space, health, safety, and infrastructure.

Neighborhood plans serve as a guide for actions and changes that will strengthen Madison's established neighborhoods. These plans are prepared by City of Madison urban planners working in concert with steering committees made up of residents and business people. Neighborhood plans are a framework for physical redevelopment that include short and long-term strategies to address specific challenges, issues and opportunities in Madison's established neighborhoods.

Plans in Process
University Hill Farms
Darbo - Worthington - Starkweather
 
Adopted Plans
Allied-Dunn's Marsh Allied-Dunn's Marsh-Belmar
Arbor Hills-Leopold Bay Creek
Brittingham-Vilas Broadway-Simpson
Carpenter-Ridgeway Emerson-East-Eken Park-Yahara
Greenbush Greenbush-Vilas Neighborhood
Housing Revitalization Plan
Heistand Hoyt Park Area
Marquette Neighborhood Center Marquette-Schenk-Atwood
Midvale Heights-Westmorland Northport-Warner Park-Sherman
Regent Street-South Campus Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Worthington
South Madison Plan Southwest
Spring Harbor Tenny-Lapham
University Avenue Corridor Wingra Creek BUILD
Tenney Neighborhood
The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood from above

 

Last Updated: 10/17/2016