Current News Releases
09/15/2010 City Launches New Multi-Space Meters
Mayor Dave Cieslewicz joined Alder Mike Verveer, Madison's Central Business Improvement District and Downtown Madison Incorporated to launch the city's new multi-space parking meters.
03/03/2010 CEREMONY FOR MULTI-SPACE METERS CANCELLED
The ceremony to put the new multi-space parking meters into service that was scheduled for Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at 10 AM at Buckeye Lot has been cancelled.
03/01/2010 CREDIT CARD-ENABLED PARKING METERS
There is no longer a need to carry a pocket full of change or risk a parking citation. The City of Madison Parking Utility announced today a start-up date for the new multi-space parking meters.
09/08/2009 Closure of Buckeye Parking Lot
On Monday, September 14, 2009, Tri-County Paving will be resurfacing the Buckeye Parking lot, 214 West Gorham St. This will require the closing of the Buckeye Parking lot.
08/17/2009 Residential Parking Permits
Residential Parking Permits are now being sold for $21 for the 2009-2010 period (9/1/09-8/31/10).
05/13/2009 MULTI-SPACE PARKING METERS ARRIVING SOON
The City of Madison Parking Utility announced today its intent to contract with Metric Parking Division, Metric Group, Inc. for multi-space parking meters.
02/26/2009 Public Hearing on Proposal for System-wide Parking Rate Modifications
On Tuesday, March 10, 2009, at 6:00 PM, in Room 260 of the Madison Municipal Building, 215 Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard, the Madison Transit and Parking Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposal to modify p
06/14/2007 Multi-space Meter Trial: Pay-and-Display on 100 S. Pinckney & 100 E. Main
On June 18, 2007, the Parking Utility and Cale Parking Systems, USA, Inc. will begin a 90-day trial of pay-and-display multi-space meters on 100 S. Pinckney Street and on 100 E. Main Street.
05/09/2007 Pedestrian-Bicycle Projects Sought
The Madison Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission will hold a public hearing to receive comments on potential pedestrian and bicycle projects the City should consider undertaking in the 2008-2010 Capital Budget to in