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FINAL Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Plan

The City of Madison Common Council adopted the Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Plan on January 7, 2014 by Enactment #RES-14-00005, File ID #30377. 

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The City of Madison Common Council adopted the Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Plan on January 7, 2014. The Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Plan was reviewed by eleven City’s Boards, Commissions, Committees as part of the adoption process. You can view the actions taken by various policy bodies on the City’s Legistar System:  http://madison.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=1434047&GUID=096C67CA-5E45-4D99-8940-0584C7BA7629&Options=ID%7cText%7c&Search=30377 .

Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Planning Process
The City of Madison Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development worked with the Rocky Bluff, Sunset Hills, Sunset Village, VanChaMasShe Neighborhood Associations, Hilldale Row Condominium Association, and interested residents, businesses and stakeholders to develop a 5-10 year plan for the Hoyt Park Area Joint Neighborhood Plan study area. Vandewalle & Associates, a private consulting firm based in Madison, WI, assisted the City and the community to prepare a plan for this near west side area.

The City-Consultant Team started the planning process in September 2011. Three official Open Houses were conducted to solicit input from the community. In addition, the City-Consultant Team has attended neighborhood-based steering committee meetings to listen to input from residents. A business questionnaire, stakeholder interviews, and other information submitted to the City-Consultant has been used to determine the issues, strategies, and draft plan recommendations.

Study Area
The study area is bounded by University Avenue on the north, N Franklin Avenue on the east, Midvale Boulevard on the west, and Mineral Point Road on the south.

The City-Consultant Team started the planning process in September 2011. Three official Open Houses have been conducted to solicit input from the community. In addition, the City-Consultant Team has attended neighborhood-based meetings to listen to input from residents. A business questionnaire, stakeholder interviews, and other information submitted to the City-Consultant has been used to determine the issues, strategies, and draft plan recommendations.

Hoyt Park Area Plan Study Area