Welcome to East Buckeye Neighborhood Association

Last update Thursday, September 21, 2017


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

Neighborhood Contacts
Neighborhood Contact Person: Scott Rice, 5201 Forge Dr, Madison, WI 53716, (H)608-221-2752, smrice89@gmail.com
Jeff DuFrane, 5206 Forge Dr, Madison, WI 53716, (H)608-223-0364, duFrane@sbcglobal.net

Neighborhood Association Meetings
Neighborhood Association Meeting: Place: East Madison Police Precinct
Address: 809 S Thompson Dr
Date: Third Tuesday 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: A sleigh ride through the neighborhood. Enjoying warm and tasty desserts by a bonfire. Who wouldn't want to be part of this neighborhood! East Buckeye Neighborhood is located on Madison far southeast side. Single-family homes with friendly neighbors makes this neighborhood a great place to live. One of the treasure troves is Orlando Bell Park: a large neighborhood park with a shelter, basketball court, soccer fields, and a playground area. PLUS, a wooded greenway and detention pond brings a sense of northern woods living to our urban neighborhood. As you walk down our quiet residential streets, you will notice bi-level or ranch single-family homes built between the late 1970s to early 1990s on at least 8000 square foot lot. The East Buckeye Neighborhood is a "family" neighborhood with adults and children of all ages. It is a quiet, peaceful neighborhood where people from all walks of life can live and raise a family.
Neighborhood Boundaries: East Buckeye Road on the north, Highway I-90 on the east, the Chicago Northwestern Railroad on the south and 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.
Recent Accomplishments: -Madison Police Department, in conjunction with Elvehjem and East Buckeye neighborhoods, improved school crossing safety during the summer of 2009.

-At the intersection of Droster & East Buckeye Road a flashing yellow light warning drivers was installed and speed limit lowered (2009).

-East Buckeye Neighborhood Association worked with City Traffic Engineering to install a stop sign at East Buckeye & Vondron and to install traffic circles n South Thompson Road.

- The City of Madison adopted the Stoughton Road Revitalization Project Plan June 3, 2008. The Plan, prepared by the Cuningham Group, P.A., represents a two year collaborative project joining east side neighborhoods, private sector business interests, local, state, and county units of government. The Plan’s objective is to create a new vision for the Stoughton Road Corridor from Highway 12/18 north to Highway 30. The Plan establishes a clear sense of place, establishes Stoughton Road as a Gateway to the City, promotes a positive business climate, connect neighborhoods, generate design standards, updates land uses and zoning patterns, and generates multi-mode transportation opportunities (2008).

-East Buckeye Neighborhood Association raises and donates funds to local area causes (i.e. field trips, food bank) throughout the year.

-East Buckeye Neighborhood Association organized the dedication of Orlando Bell Park memorial and reflection bench (2005).



Neighborhood Events: Annual Summer Picnic, Earth Day Cleanup, Garage Sale, Family Fishing Event, Movie in the Park, Winter Bonfire with Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
Places of Interest: Abundant Life School, Elvehjem Elementary School, Orlando Bell Park

Neighborhood Communications
Newsletter: East Buckeye News
Claudia Riedel, 5821 Oxbow BND, Madison, WI 53716, (H)608-843-5918, stmacrina46@yahoo.com
Web Page: http://www.eastbuckeye.com

Plans and Publications
City Plans: Stoughton Road Revitalization Project Plan (June 3, 2008)
Stoughton Road Revitalization Project Summary
Publications:
Historic Districts:
TIF Districts: -Tax Incremental Financing District 39 (Stoughton Road) Plan and Map
http://www.cityofmadison.com/planning/tidmaps/TID39Plan.pdf
Urban Design Districts:

Governmental Officials
Madison Alderperson: Denise DeMarb, Aldermanic District 16 - Ward 3
Denise DeMarb, Aldermanic District 16 - Ward 4
Dane County Supervisor: Robin Schmidt, Supervisory District 24 - Ward 3
Robin Schmidt, Supervisory District 24 - Ward 4
State Representative: Robb Kahl, Assembly District 47 - Ward 3
Melissa Sargent, Assembly District 48 - Ward 4
State Senator: Mark Miller, Senate District 16 - Ward 3
Mark Miller, Senate District 16 - Ward 4

Facilities and Services:
Community Centers
Community Gardens:
Fire Stations: Fire Station #5 (4418 Cottage Grove Road)
Library: Pinney Branch (204 Cottage Grove Road)
Neighborhood Resource Team:
Parks and Open Space:
(Map)
Orlando Bell Park
Police Districts: East District, Capt. Thomas Snyder, 211 S Carroll St., Neighborhood Officers, Newsletter
Polling Place: Ward 3, City Church, 4909 E Buckeye Rd
Ward 4, City Church, 4909 E Buckeye Rd
Public Art:
Public Schools: Elementary School Attendance Area 1
Allis Elementary School (4201 Buckeye Rd)
Middle School Attendance Area 242
Sennett Middle School (502 Pflaum Rd)
High School Attendance Area 142
LaFollette High School (702 Pflaum Rd)