Current News Releases
08/04/2014 Madison Parks’ Newest Splash Parks Opening at Elver & Reindahl Parks
Madison Parks’ Newest Splash Parks Opening at Elver & Reindahl ParksGrand Opening Ribbon-cutting at Reindahl Park on August 8, 11:00 a.m.
08/01/2014 Madison Meet & Eat to begin at Brittingham Park
Madison Meet & Eat to begin at Brittingham Park on Tuesday, August 5, 5:00-7:00PM
08/01/2014 Trucks and Treasures
Trucks and TreasuresFeaturing the Kids to Kids Garage Sale and the Big Rig Gig
07/24/2014 Ride the Drive – Eastside – Only One Month Away!
Ride the Drive – Eastside – Only One Month Away! August 24, 2014 – 10am to 3pm
06/27/2014 Elver Park Fireworks Celebration
Madison Parks and the City of Madison are happy to present the annual Elver Park Fireworks Celebration on July 3, 2014.
06/23/2014 Rhythm and Booms – June 28, 2014
For the first time in Rhythm & Booms’ history, the show is being displayed over Lake Monona, offering spectacular viewing from many sites around Madison.
06/18/2014 Storm Clean-up Efforts in Parks and Street Trees
As the city cleans up from the round of storms this week, please use caution and common sense when traveling around the affected areas.
06/18/2014 Storm Clean Up Volunteers Should Use Common Sense
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin reminded residents today that if you plan to volunteer to help clean up area storm damage, use common sense and be safe.
06/17/2014 Madison Meet & Eat to begin on Thursday at Meadowood
The city of Madison is excited to bring back Madison Meet & Eat for summer 2014.
06/06/2014 Goodman Pool opens for the season on June 12 at 12:30p.m.
The countdown begins!! Just as your kids are counting down the days left of school, we are counting down the days until Goodman Pool opens for the season.
05/23/2014 Madison Parks REGIONAL Beaches Opening Up for Memorial Day Weekend
Looking to do some swimming or hanging out on the beach this holiday weekend?
05/21/2014 Unique market to open in June
For the past six months, something that seemed only a dream for the Triangle Neighborhood and Brittingham Park has slowly taken shape: a farmers market within walking distance that not only sells locally grown produce but