Triangle Monona Bay Neighborhood Plan

The Planning Division is working with the Triangle Monona Bay Neighborhood to create a plan for a strong and complete neighborhood. The focus is on where people will live, work, shop and play as the neighborhood evolves, and how they will get around. The plan will build upon recommendations of the Greening Americas Capitals Report, Comprehensive Plan and other relevant City plans. A City-appointed Steering Committee is meeting regularly to guide plan content. Steering Committee meeting dates, times and places are shown below, and meeting agendas, minutes and attachments are on the City's webpage.

Recent Happenings

The Open House at Brittingham Cafeteria on August 23 included about 100 people, with 75 residents, City staff, CDA staff, and service providers. There was an update on the planning process and a question and answer session. Forty-eight participants completed a survey about the neighborhood. Go here to complete it by October 10, 4:30 pm:

For Spanish or Hmong, send an email to Angela Puerta with SPANISH SURVEY PLEASE or HMONG SURVEY PLEASE in the message:

Staff will collect, analyze and post survey results on this webpage in mid to late October.

Triangle Monona Bay Plan

Steering Committee Meetings

  • September 26, 5:30 p.m. in Brittingham Cafeteria, 755 Braxton Pl.
  • October 3, 5:30 p.m. in Brittingham Cafeteria at 755 Braxton Pl.
  • November 7, 5:30 p.m. in Parkside Community Room at 245 S. Park St.
  • December 5, 5:30 p.m. in location to be announced

Open House II

  • Late October or early November. Check back here for more info.

Next Steps

Creation of a draft neighborhood plan is underway. The City Council will adopt the plan as a supplement to the City's Comprehensive Plan sometime in spring 2019. It will include a detailed land use map; alternative site layout and design schematics for identified focus areas; design guidelines and programming (building height, scale, massing, orientation); sustainability principles; open space recommendations; a shared services and facilities recommendation map; a transportation concepts and circulation map; and an implementation plan.

Please contact Linda Horvath of the Planning Division at or 608-267-1131 for more information.


Last Updated: 09/24/2018