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Proposed Mid-Town Neighborhood Development Plan Amendment
The University Research Park has proposed an amendment to the Mid-Town Neighborhood Development Plan that would modify the land use and transportation recommendations for approximately 100 acres located at the southwest corner of Valley View Road and South Pleasant View Road (CTH M). The University Research Park would like to develop this property with employment uses as a part of the planned University Research Park Phase 2.

Amendment Area
The amendment area includes 75 acres along South Pleasant View Road and a 25-acre wooded area that is surrounded on three sides by the Hawk's Landing Golf Course.

Midtown Plan Amendment Area Map

Current Mid-Town Neighborhood Development Plan
Mid-Town Neighborhood Development Plan (Map)
Mid-Town Neighborhood Development Plan (Map and Text)

Proposed Amendment
Proposed Amendment Text and Maps


Long Range Transportation Planning Committee
Thursday, October 20, 5:00 pm
215 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Room LL-110 (Madison Municipal Building)
Action: Recommended adoption, contingent upon inclusion of several recommendations intended to substantially improve connectivity within the NDP area, as well as improve connectivity to adjacent neighborhoods.
Draft Meeting Minutes Excerpt

Plan Commission
Monday, November 7, 5:30 pm
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Room 201 (City-County Building)
Staff Response to LRTPC Recommendations on the Proposed Amendment

Site Photos
Action: Recommended adoption with changes as noted in the meeting minutes below.
Meeting Minutes
Revised Amendment Text and Maps with Plan Commission Recommendations

Common Council
Tuesday, November 29, 6:30 pm
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Room 201 (City-County Building)
Action: Adopted amendment with Plan Commission recommendations.

Comments Received on the Proposed Amendment

Public Meeting at Blackhawk Church
Meeting notice
Meeting Summary
Map 1 - Amendment Area

Map 2 - Jurisdiction and Ownership
Map 3 - Natural Features
Map 4 - Land Use and Street Plan
Map 5 - Pedestrian-Bicycle Facilities
URP Concept Plan
Comparison Map of Current Plan and Proposed Amendment
Potential Zoning Requirements(Employment Campus District)

Other City of Madison Plans
Pioneer Neighborhood Development Plan
High Point-Raymond Neighborhood Development Plan

City of Madison Comprehensive Plan

Staff Contacts for the Proposed Amendment
If you have any questions about the proposed amendment, please contact one of the City staff listed below.

Michael Waidelich, Principal Planner
Phone: 608-267-8735

Brian Grady, Planner
Phone: 608-261-9980

Mid-Town Plan
Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development
Planning Division
215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Suite LL 100
Madison, WI 53703