- Explore Parks
Nestled on the western edge of Lake Mendota, Marshall Park is not far from the city of Middleton. While the park appeals to a number of boaters because of its location and the high quality of its launching area, it also attracts a variety of recreational, park enthusiasts who come to bike, fish, swim, picnic, play volleyball, or simply relax. With a small though charming sandy beach (the children's favorite), a surrounding of old growth, deciduous trees that lend a welcoming shade on a warm, summer day, and a string of open, grassy spaces, one of any age will find something to remember and cherish about this particular city park.
MADISON METROPOLITAN SEWARAGE DISTRICT
PUMPING STATION 15 REHABILITATION
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
6:00 PM TO 7:30 PM
The Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District will be holding a public informational meeting for their Pumping Station 15 Rehabilitation Project. Pumping Station 15 is located in Marshall Park. The location of Pumping Station 15 and the Marshall Park Shelter are shown below.
The District is using ISI Envision, a sustainability design tool, to develop this project. Public input is a key element in making sure that infrastructure projects meet both the community needs as well as the District's needs. This design tool focuses on many aspects which affect the sustainability of the project as well as the quality of life for the community.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide the public with an opportunity for project input prior to submitting the project to the City of Madison for formal review. Elevations of the proposed building and the current station are shown to the right. A formal presentation on the project and the sustainable concepts being considered for this project will begin at 6:30 pm. District Staff, Baxter & Woodman, Inc. and Potter Lawson, Inc. will make the formal presentation and be available to answer any questions.