posted Friday, Jun 22, 2018
People continue to be hospitalized with severe bleeding after using synthetic cannabiniods, which have contained rat poison.
posted Tuesday, Jun 19, 2018
If you have this product in your home you should throw it away or return it to the place you purchased for a refund.
posted Monday, Jun 18, 2018
Thank you for your feedback on the City’s new City’s Vision and Mission, Values, and Service Promise!
posted Wednesday, Jun 13, 2018
In light of nationally increased conversations around suicide, here is a link to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s website, which includes free/confidential telephone and chat support, resources, and stories of recovery.
posted Thursday, Jun 7, 2018
Online obesity map shows data by zip code.
posted Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018
The June EAP Newsletter includes a range of topics including the benefits of fidgeting, the dangers of fatigue, how to listen by asking questions, what your teen is thinking, and how financial stress impacts a workgroup.
posted Monday, Jun 4, 2018
Hot conditions can turn dangerous quickly. Know what to do to stay safe during extreme heat.
posted Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Key to preventing waterborne diseases is to not swim in the water and don't let your kids swim in the water if sick with diarrhea. We inspect public pools and work with pool operators to reduce the chance of disease.
posted Thursday, May 3, 2018
City employees are invited to a free training program provided by the City of Madison Police Department on how to respond effectively to active shooter events. Next training: Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018.
posted Thursday, Jan 11, 2018
Since 2018 is an election year, the Attorney's Office has prepared the information to provide guidance on some frequent questions about what City employees may or may not do during election seasons.