Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 1:17pm

The recent winter storms have left many of the public sidewalks ice covered and slippery. City Ordinances requires property owners to treat sidewalks with sand and/or salt to provide traction when the ice cannot be removed. Sand provides better traction during colder temperatures. City Streets officials report that salt will be effective until about 6:00 p.m. this evening.

Free sand can be found at the following locations- but only as long as the supply there lasts.

East Side:

  • Sycamore Park (In the parking lot across from the Streets Division offices at 4602 Sycamore Ave.)
  • Monona Golf Course (Front parking lot by the waste oil site at corner of Monona Ave. and East Dean Rd.)
  • Olbrich Park (Softball parking lot off of Walter Street)
  • Reindahl Park (Portage Avenue parking lot)
  • Warner Park (Softball parking lot near N. Sherman Avenue)
  • School Road Waste Oil Site (At the intersection of School and Wheeler Roads)
  • Demetral Park (Softball parking lot off of Sixth Street)
  • Tenney Park (In the beach parking lot off of Sherman Avenue)

West Side:

  • Garner Park (Parking lot off of Rosa Road)
  • Elver Park (Softball parking lot off McKenna Boulevard)
  • Brittingham Park (Entrance off W. Washington AV)
  • Glenway Golf Course (Parking lot off Speedway Road)
  • Spring Harbor Parking Lot (The corner of Norman Way and Lake Mendota Drive)
  • Yard Waste Site (402 South Point Road)

Or the following link: http://www.cityofmadison.com/sand

Contacts

  • George Hank608-266-4849