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eNews from Mayor Paul R. Soglin February - March
In 2017, a fully-accessible playground will be installed near the park's shelter. A second playground will replace the existing popular playground near the community gardens and a third playground, near Brittingham Beach will be the first nature-based playground offered at Madison Parks.
The decision to install these playgrounds is the result of incredible collaboration between the City, the neighborhood and disability advocates. I am really pleased that a consensus was reached and delighted that Madison will have its first handicap accessible playground.
City News & Updates
The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced that Madison Public Library is among the 30 finalists for the 2016 National Medal for Museum and Library Service.
Finalists are chosen because of their significant and exceptional contributions to their communities. IMLS is encouraging those who have visited finalist libraries and museums to share their story on the IMLS Facebook page.
To Share Your Story, please visit www.facebook.com/USIMLS.
Just in time, First Alert is donating 200 carbon monoxide alarms to the Madison Fire Department. They will be distributed upon request to owner-occupied homes resided by children under five years of age and/or by seniors 65 years and older.
To request a CO detector, call Fire's Community Education Division at (608) 266-4709.
2016 City of Madison Youth Employment Expansion RFP: The City of Madison is seeking proposals from qualified entities to recruit, train and support youth ages 14-18 years for summer, school year or year-round employment or paid internships with a priority on serving youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Applications are due by 12:00 pm (noon) on Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Late applications will not be accepted.
2016 Emerging Opportunities Program RFP: Community Development Division is seeking proposals that address issues of poverty and inequality in the City of Madison. The 2016 Emerging Opportunities Program will make available $150,000 for allocation.
The City of Madison, along with six other U.S. cities, was selected to participate in a groundbreaking initiative, Cities Connect Children to Nature. Sponsored by the National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education and Families (IYEF) and the Children & Nature Network, the initiative seeks to give every child the chance to meaningfully connect to nature.
On March 5, a kick-off event at Warner Park Community Center will offer a chance for youth and organizational leaders to review Madison's assets and current challenges to all children spending time in nature. They will begin to identify common priorities and goals, discuss opportunities, clarify obstacles, and prioritize action steps in the plan. Youth and community organizations are encouraged to register for the event.
Public Input Needed Madison Parking Utility Public Input Meeting
- Madison Transit and Parking Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposal to modify parking rates at Parking Utility-operated lots, garages and on-street meters, and for residential parking permits, Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at 6:00 PM | Madison Municipal Building, Room 260
Art Experiences The Bubbler @ Madison Public Central Library
The Track is back! Check out Night Light on March 4th for the Bubbler's 2nd Annual Art Car Derby. The infamous art car track designed by previous Artist in Residence Justin Bitner will grace the Central Library's 3rd floor for 1 night only of competition, art, and fun. Enjoy new art throughout the building with a new show "juxtaposition of dichotomies" from Justin Bitner in the 3rd floor Diane Ballweg Gallery, a display of Racial Justice Maps on the 3rd floor, "Inherent Legacy" from Angela Johnson in the 2nd floor display space, and a group show "Leaving a Mark" from ARTWORKING in the 1st floor display space.
Madison Public Library: your place to learn, share and create.
- Family Fitness with Venus Washington, 03/04/2016 Pinney Library
- Frank Stella: A Retrospective, 1/14/2016, Fire Station 12
- Groove & Glide Ice Skating - Elver Park, 03/04/2016 Madison Senior Center
- Neighborhood CSA Open House, 03/05/2016 Hawthorne Library
- Screen Printing with Lesley Numbers, 03/06/2016 Central Library
- WorkSmart Job Connect, 03/11/2016 Lakeview Library
- Feeding the Arts: An Empty Bowls Event, 03/12/2016 Warner Park Community Recreation Center
- St Patrick's Day with Casey & Greg, 03/17/2016 Madison Senior Center
- Absentee Ballot Request Deadline, 03/31/2016 City Clerk's Office
Go to the City Event Calendar for more fun City and Community events!
Mayor Soglin's Recent Blog Posts
- Volunteers to Make Over Vacant Apartments for Homeless Families
- Madison's Smart Cities Challenge Application
- 1 Million Cups
- Madison Arts Commission Annual Arts Grants - Guidelines, Workshops and Drop-in Assistance
- Attention Landlords: Green Madison Multifamily Networking Event
- Madison Public Library Celebrates Black History Month
- An Update from Madison Water Quality Manager Joe Grande