Welcome to Burr Oaks Neighborhood Association
INACTIVE ASSOCIATION

Last update Thursday, October 11, 2018


Neighborhood Contacts || Neighborhood Association Meetings || Profile, Statistics and Indicators || Neighborhood Communications || Plans and Publications || Governmental Officials || Facilities and Services ||

Neighborhood Contacts
Neighborhood Contact Person(s): Dale Cox, dalecox28@aol.com

Neighborhood Association Meetings
Neighborhood Association Meeting: Place: South Madison Police District Station Community Room
Address: 825 Hughes Place
Date: Third Wednesday of Every Month
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Please contact neighborhood association to confirm meeting date, location, and time.

Profile, Statistics and Indicators
Neighborhood Description: Burr Oaks Neighborhood is the the gateway into Madison. It is located to the west of South Park Street Corridor between West Beltline Highway and Wingra Creek. The neighborhood is divided between two jurisdications: City of Madison and Town of Madison. However, there is an agreement which town lands will be annexed into the City by 2022. Single-family ranch homes and multifamily complexes are dotted throughout the neighborhood. Lincoln Elementary School lies in the heart of the neighborhood. The first splash park, Cypress Spray Park, provides summer water fun for neighborhood children. The splash park has been a wonderful place to meet neighbors of all ages, race, and backgrounds. Villager Mall, an aging strip mall, is being transformed into a vibrant office-retail center. A new South Branch Library and Urban League of Greater Madison Center for Economic Development and Workforce Training will be the first major buildings to start-off the revitalization efforts.
Neighborhood Boundaries: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks on the north, South Park Street on the east, West Beltline on the south, and Fish Hatchery Road on the west
Neighborhood Statistics Indicators: The Neighborhood Indicators Project is a demonstration of key characteristics and various indicators that relate to the quality of life in Madison at the neighborhood level. Basic neighborhood information as well as housing, public safety, health and family well-being, economic, and transportation indicators by neighborhood is available.
Neighborhood Events: Easter Egg Hunt, Children's Christmas Party, Neighborhood Clean-Up Day, Neighborhood Rummage Sale, Neighborhood Safety Walks

Neighborhood Communications
Newsletter: Burr Oaks Neighborhood News
Web Page: None

Plans and Publications
City Plans: South Madison Neighborhood Plan (January 18, 2005)
Park Street Corridor Urban Design Guidelines: Chapter 1 (March 2004)
Park Street Corridor Urban Design Guidelines: Chapter 2 (March 2004)
Park Street Corridor Urban Design Guidelines: Chapter 3 (March 2004)
South Madison Neighborhood Plan (December 16, 1980)
A Preliminary Plan for the South Madison Community (August 1965)
The Villager Project Website
The Villager Master Plan (September 12, 2008)
The Village Site Master Plan
Redevelopment Plan for the Villager Redevelopment District (February 26, 2004)
Publications: -Housing and Community in South Madison: Local Residents' Viewpoints and Experiences (April 2007)
http://www4.uwm.edu/ced/reports/parkstreetreport_407.pdf

-Intergovernmental Agreement Among Town of Madison, City of Madison and City of Fitchburg (November 2002)

-Park Street Revitalization: Possibilities to Reality (July 2001)
South Metropolitan Planning Council

-South Madison Business Survey (March 1982)
University of Wisconsin-Extension, Design Coalition, Inc. and Madison Development Corporation

-South Madison Consumer Survey (March 1982)
University of Wisconsin-Extension, Design Coalition, Inc. and Madison Development Corporation
Historic Districts: None
TIF Districts: -Tax Incremental Financing District 38 (Badger-Ann-Park) Plan and Map
http://www.cityofmadison.com/planning/tidmaps/TID38Plan.pdf
Urban Design Districts: Urban Design District 7: Madison General Ordinance Chapter 33.24(14)
http://www.municode.com/Resources/gateway.asp?pid=50000&sid=49

Governmental Officials
Madison Alderperson: Sheri Carter, Aldermanic District 14 - Ward 72
Sheri Carter, Aldermanic District 14 - Ward 73
Dane County Supervisor: Shelia Stubbs, Supervisory District 23 - Ward 72
Shelia Stubbs, Supervisory District 23 - Ward 73
State Representative: Terese Berceau, Assembly District 77 - Ward 72
Terese Berceau, Assembly District 77 - Ward 73
State Senator: Fred Risser, Senate District 26 - Ward 72
Fred Risser, Senate District 26 - Ward 73

Facilities and Services:
Community Centers Boys and Girls Club of Dane County (2001 Taft Street), Catholic Multicultural Center (1862 Beld Street), South Metropolitan Planning Council Offices (2300 South Park Street)
Fire Stations: Fire Station #6 (825 West Badger Road)
Library: South Madison Branch (2222 South Park Street)
Neighborhood Resource Team:
Parks and Open Space:
(Map)
Bowman Field, Cypress Spray Park, Heifetz Park, Lincoln Elementary School Playground, University of Wisconsin-Arboretum, Wright Middle School Playground
Police Districts: South District, Capt. John Patterson, 825 Hughes Pl, Neighborhood Officers
Polling Place: Ward 72, Catholic Multicultural Center, 1862 Beld St
Ward 73, Village On Park, 2300 S Park St
Public Schools: Elementary School Attendance Area 37
Midvale Elementary School (502 Caromar Dr)
Lincoln Elementary School (909 Sequoia Tr)
Middle School Attendance Area 203
Cherokee Heights Middle School (4301 Cherokee Dr)
High School Attendance Area 149
East High School (2222 E Washington Ave)
LaFollette High School (702 Pflaum Rd)
Memorial High School (201 S Gammon Rd)
West High School (30 Ash St)