Triangle Monona Bay Neighborhood Plan

Open House II - August 23, 2018, 5:30-7:30pm.

Brittingham Cafeteria, 755 Braxton Place.

The Planning Division is working with the Triangle Monona Bay Neighborhood to create a plan for a strong and complete neighborhood! A Mayoral appointed Steering Committee is meeting regularly to guide plan content. The next Steering Committee meeting will be in mid-September 2018. Please check back to this webpage for more details. Please contact Linda Horvath of the Planning Division at lhorvath@cityofmadison.com if you would like to receive details of this meeting, and other public meetings. Members of the public are welcome to attend the Steering Committee meetings and observe the discussion, and if they would like, residents and others can share their input during a specified Public Comment period.

A final draft of the neighborhood plan should be completed by Winter 2018. The City Council will adopt the plan as a supplement to the City's Comprehensive Plan. The neighborhood plan will focus on land use, housing and physical improvements, and it will build upon recommendations of the Greening Americas Capitals Report and other relevant City plans. It will include a detailed land use map for the overall neighborhood study area; alternative site layout and design schematics for identified focus areas; design guidelines and programming (building height, scale, massing, orientation); sustainability principles; parks and open space recommendations; a shared services and facilities recommendation map; a transportation concepts and circulation map; and an implementation plan.

Triangle Monona Bay Area

The 11-member neighborhood steering committee appointed by the Mayor's Office is comprised of: two residents from the Monona Bay Neighborhood Association; three residents of the Community Development Authority and Bayview owned properties; five representatives owning businesses and/or commercial property in the planning area, including multi-family developments; and one at-large representative.

There will be two more large-scale meetings during the planning process to engage the public along with such activities as focus groups, interviews, surveys and facilitated sessions at regular meetings of neighborhood groups and other stakeholders.

Last Updated: 08/16/2018