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Alder Barbara Harrington-McKinney

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Alder Barbara Harrington-McKinney

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1209 Dayflower Dr

Council Office

Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Harrington-McKinney’s Updates

Tag: Public Safety

Summit of Neighborhood Leadership to Discuss Public Safety Concerns on the South-West Side

Alder Paul Skidmore, 9th District has organized a Summit of Neighborhood Leaders in the 9th District to discuss public safety issues with Chief Koval, Madison Police Department and Captain Wahl, West District. The intent of the summit is to engage neighborhood leaders, ask questions about public … [read more]

Summit of Neighborhood Leadership to Discuss Public Safety Concerns on the South-West Side

Alder Paul Skidmore, 9th District has organized a Summit of Neighborhood Leaders in the 9th District to discuss public safety issues with Chief Koval, Madison Police Department and Captain Wahl, West District. The intent of the summit is to engage neighborhood leaders, ask questions about public … [read more]

Scheduled in District 1

Economic Development Strategy, City of Madison Opportunity to offer input into the city budget process and to enter into the budget conversation. There have been three public input sessions - the first session on a weekday morning at Monona Terrace attended mostly by developers, business … [read more]

Week of July 13-19, 2015

BOARD OF ESTIMATES - Monday, July 13 Submitting appointment of Natalie L. Erdman for confirmation of a five-year term as the Director of Planning and County and Economic Development. _____________________________ PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMISSION - Tuesday, July 14, 5:00-6:00 … [read more]

Information of interest to District 1 - Week of 10/26/2015

Meetings/Information Updates For District 1 Community Meetings 10/28/2015. Time: 6-8 p.m. Good Shepard Lutheran Church, 5701 Raymond Road Very Important to attend and lend support for Olson School in District 1. Community Schools, Metropolitan School District Hosting a discussion … [read more]

District 1 Priority Events - Week of 11/9/2015

HIGH PRIORITY EVENTS District 1: I WOULD APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU ON ISSUES THAT DIRECTLY IMPACT YOU. The Amendment to remove the Jeffy Trail Expansion from the 2016 Capital Budget and establishes a Jeffy Trail workgroup. This amendment as approved by the BOE removes the Jeffy Trail … [read more]

Community Meal and Information Session

PARK EDGE / PARK RIDGE INVITATION RE-GROWING OUR NEIGHBORHOOD Learn About • What's next for Griff's Resturant purchased by the City? Learn About • Plans for improved access to Elver Park Learn About • Improvements to where you walk in your neighborhood? WHAT: Free Thanksgiving … [read more]

City Information Website:

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope you enjoyed the holidays with family and friends. As your District 1 Alder, I am looking forward to representing you as we continue to be responsive to both district and city government issues. During 2015, I received many calls from residents with questions related to … [read more]

Weather Alert from City of Madison

2/6/2016 From Streets Department Snow Plowing Updates by Chris Kelley, Streets Superintendent posted January 6, 2016 9:14 AM The City of Madison is due another dose of rain, sleet, and ice that will make driving conditions slick. Cautious driving is advised on all streets, especially in … [read more]

Remember to Lock Your Car Doors

Community Policing This information from the South District may be of interest to neighbors: _____________________ REMEMBER TO LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS. During this cold/winter season neighbors often leave their cars running to warm-up their cars. Don't neglect to lock your car … [read more]

Week of February 9, 2016

Hello District 1 Neighbors: Hat's Off to Captain Wahl and the West District Police Team! I am so proud to live and represent District 1!! Stop by Steep and Brew to say "Hello" and to "Have Coffee with A Cop". February 8, 2016 3:52 PM The West District will be starting a weekly "Coffee … [read more]

Let's Begin the Healing

This has been a very difficult week: ANOTHER SHOOTING VICTIM DIES At a gas station in the Town of Madison another shooting. Two shootings in two days. Three in two months. I am sure you have been asking "what are my elected officials doing to stop this violence"? I am sure you have … [read more]

Public Information Meeting - Alder Conversations at Meadowood Community Meal

Major Update Public Information Meeting #2 The City and County are holding a 2nd Public Information Meeting on June 9, 2016 at 6:30 PM at Chavez Elementary School (3502 Maple Grove Rd. Madison, WI). Staff will provide a presentation and be able to answer questions about the project. … [read more]

Common Council Agenda Items of Interest to District 1.

District 1 Constituents: Business of interest at the Common Council meeting tonight. Public comments on the resolution will be heard before the Council vote. You are encouraged to attend tonight's Council meeting. I. As Alder of District 1, I thought that I would share some of the … [read more]


CONTENT: 1. ALDER RESPONSE: 19-1 "YES" VOTE ON THE POLICE POLICY AND PROCEDURE REVIEW STUDY FUNDING 2. POLICE CHIEF KOVAL RESPONSE: MOVING FORWARD ALDER RESPONSE My "yes" vote on fully funding the Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Study at the Common Council meeting … [read more]


JUNE 12, 2016 In Loving Memory of Emilly Yue Zhu, March 2, 1992 – June 12, 2015 Emilly was born in Kyoto of Japan in 1992, moved to Denver in the US with her parents in 1995. She will continue to make the world better after beingstruck by a car. Her organs have been donated and … [read more]

Former Madison Police Chief David Cooper - PRESS CONFERENCE

PRESS CONFERENCE WITH DAVID COOPER A press conference is scheduled tomorrow in front of the City County Building (CCB) at 1 PM with former Police Chief David Cooper. The focus of former Chief Cooper's remarks will be to recommend implementation of the President's Blueprint for 21 Century … [read more]

City Wide Demonstration Rally Against Gun Violence

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION ON GUN VIOLENCE Madison Council members – Tomorrow (Wednesday) there will be a rally following up on last week’s sit-in on the House floor as part of a national day of action on gun violence prevention. Mark has asked me to make sure that all of you as community … [read more]

Statement of Madison Mayor and Madison City Council on Dallas Officer Shooting

We stand with the people of Dallas, their municipal officials led by Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown, as they mourn the loss of lives of their dedicated colleagues. Our heart and sympathy are with the families, fellow officers, and the friends of those murdered. We continue to … [read more]


Statement of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Madison City Council on Dallas Officer Shootings Friday, July 8, 2016 - 11:58am We stand with the people of Dallas, their municipal officials led by Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown, as they mourn the loss of lives of their … [read more]

Excessive Heat Alert

Excessive Heat Watch Alert Issued for Dane County Tuesday, July 19, 2016 - 11:09am Residents Advised to Stay Cool, Stay Hydrated and Stay Connected With temperatures and heat indexes expected to reach the high 90s for Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service has issued an … [read more]

Common Council Agenda

Common Council Meeting PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS Petition: "We Support Our Madison Police" - submitted by Paula Fitzsimmons This petition was submitted to the Clerk's Office and will be considered by the Council at tonight's Council Meeting. Those interested: 1. Attend Council Meeting, … [read more]

Followup Response

RESPONSE SENT TO ALL ALDERS -WORTH SHARING My message for tonight's Common Council Mtg, July 19. Dear Alders, I am unable to attend. I align NOT with any particular side of the issue nor group of stakeholders, but rather with what is needed for all tonight... listen … [read more]


PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICES: EXCESSIVE HEAT AND BATS __________________________________ REMINDER TO CHECK ON THE ELDERLY - EXCESSIVE HEAT ALERT __________________________________ Excessive Heat Watch Alert Issued for Dane County Residents Advised to Stay Cool, Stay Hydrated and Stay … [read more]

Information of Interest - District 1

The Board of Estimates met Monday September 26, 2016, 4:30-11:00 pm. Outcome of the meetings that may be of interest to District 1: 1. Authorizing the Mayor, Police Chief and the City Clerk to sign a contract with the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) to provide Educational … [read more]

Common Purpose: Shared Priorities

To: District 1 Constituents From: Alder Harrington-McKinney I attended the National League of Cities (NLC), held here in Madison. Elected, appointed officials and city administrators from across the country met over three days discussing today's complex societal and community … [read more]

Weekly Update October 24, 2016

Monday, October 24, 2016 4:30 PM Board of Estimates - Introductions of Amendments to Operating Budget Madison Municipal Building 215 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 260, Madison, WI 53703. Accepting the recommendation of the Madison Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc … [read more]

Additional Interest Items for This Week

MEETING CANCELLATION October 26, 2016 of the CCOC Subcommittee on Police & Community Relations. We were not able to achieve a quorum that evening. Next meeting date is: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 7:00 pm | Location TBD ________________________ AGGRESSIVE DRIVING ON S. … [read more]

Items of interest this week

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 7:00 p.m. Room 260, Madison Municipal Building CCOC Subcommittee on Police & Community Relations<> Upcoming Meeting Dates: Monday, November 21, 2016 at 6:30 pm | Meadowridge Library (Community … [read more]


Madison Snow Emergency Declared Posted December 4, 2016 at 7:45 PM PARK ON THE ODD SIDE OF THE STREET TONIGHT The City of Madison has declared a snow emergency. This means alternate side parking restrictions will be in effect throughout the entire City of Madison tonight, including the … [read more]


Neighbors If you must travel today please be safe, take extra caution in driving. Below is the latest Severe Weather Alert posted. Please pass this information on to friends and neighbors. Winter Storm Warning issued December 11 at 2:22PM CST until December 11 at 6:00PM CST by NWS … [read more]

Snow Alert Update

INFORMATION OF INCIDENT 12/17/2016 - 9:08 AM Address: 1250 McKenna Blvd. (Elver Park) Details: City Parks employee was plowing snow in the Elver Park parking lot. Some children exited a vehicle in the parking lot. The plow driver did not see the children as he was backing, as a result … [read more]


2017 Neighborhood Grant Program · Grant applications and guidelines will be available in January on the city’s webpage. · Orientation Workshop will be held January 18, 2017, City-County Building, 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Room 103A from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. · … [read more]

Snow Plowing Updates

Chris Kelley, Streets Superintendent posted January 3, 2017 7:47 AM Conditions turned icy this morning, and the Streets Division was ready. Commuters will likely encounter slippery patches, so everyone is encouraged to make good winter driving choices - drive slow, brake early, and be … [read more]

Week of 1/4/2017

Common Council Special Presentation Elizabeth Katt Reinders, senior campaign representative with Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign provided a briefing to Council members on how cities can lead on solutions to climate change and Madison's opportunity to reduce carbon emissions and create … [read more]

High Point Park Neighborhood Meeting - TODAY

EARLY VOTING BEGINS TODAY Early voting for the spring primary election. Early voting starts today, February 1st! You can head to any Madison public library to cast your ballot for State Superintendent. #EarlyVoteMadsion. Vote to strengthening our public schools. NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING … [read more]

Postings of Interest - Week of 2/6/2017

The Common Council Agenda has several items that may be of interest to District 1 residents. -Update High Point Road Closing/Trees Removed -Plan Commission: Authorizing the execution of a Release of a Platted Public Utility Easement located in the Plat of High Point Estates for the property … [read more]

D1 Updates - Week of 2-20-2017

Neighbors: Many items this week of interest to D1. 1. Joint Meeting of the Plan Commission and Long Range Transportation Planning Committee on Proposed High Point/Raymond Road Neighborhood Plan. Amendment to the High Point-Raymond Neighborhood Plan. 2. July flooding in District 1 - Update. 3. … [read more]

Including Teens In Solution Driven Conversations.

Neighbors: I share this message that was sent to All Alders. A consistent theme at many of the neighbors' doors this weekend in our community was the concern over public safety. I am encouraged to receive the email from AJ. He is absolutely right, we need to ensure that teens who are … [read more]

Fire Safety Reminder

FIRE SAFETY Dear Neighbors: Sherman Terrace Structure Fire (there was one fatality). The Madison Fire Department’s Fire Investigation Division has determined that the fire which took place at 6 Sherman Terrace, Unit #2, on Sunday, February 19, was accidental in nature and resulted … [read more]


URGENT ANNOUNCEMENT - THE FIERCE URGENCY OF NOW! FROM YOUR ALDER I will join other Alders ready to address the issues of violent crimes in our community. Alder Phair, my colleague in neighboring District 20, sent out this urgent email below. The fierce urgency of now... Madison police: … [read more]

D1 Weekly Updates

Dear Neighbors There is a wealth of information on the City Website. Take a tour. Helpful information for you as a city resident. Of course I will continue to update through this District 1 blog. Stay Warm. Alder Harrington-McKinney SIDEWALK SNOW REMOVAL UPDATES Posted 3/14/2017 12:38 … [read more]


Hello Rebecca, I understand your concerns about school bus safety. I have CC’d our Crime Prevention Officer Emily Samson to see if this is something she could work on, to coordinate a training session on bus safety for parents and kids alike. Captain Cory Nelson City of Madison Police- … [read more]

Public Safety Information - District 1

Dear Residents Public safety remains a top priority for me in District 1. I received the following notification from Captain Nelson about reported shots fired. West District Alders will be meeting with Captain Nelson, West District Captain tomorrow. I will keep you abreast of any additional … [read more]

D1 Information this Week

Community Concerned Over Incident Involving 2 Year Old There has been much neighborhood and community concern expressed over the details of the events surrounding a 2 year old playing outside her home in one of our District neighborhoods. Police investigation of the incident continues. … [read more]

D1 Information of Interest

PUBLIC SAFETY Dear Neighbors: I have been contacted by many of you expressing concerns over the increased incidents of violent crime in our community. Public safety is a concern. I have invited Captain Cory Nelson, West District Police to join us in the series of neighborhood … [read more]

Mifflin St: Saturday, 4/29/17

Hello all, As many of you are already aware, this Saturday, April 29th, will see large gatherings of people and active house parties on and around Mifflin St. Activities associated in the Mifflin St area are unsanctioned. While Mifflin St varies from year to year, it is routine to see … [read more]

Community Training by MMPD

FREE: CIVILIAN RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS TRAINING****Hello, This e-mail is to invite you, your friends and family to a free training event provided by the City of Madison Police Department. This training is open to all members of the Madison community, although this is a mature topic … [read more]


Thursday, May 18, 6:00 p.m. JEFFY TRAIL AD HOC COMMITTEE MEETING. Thursday, May 18. 6:00 p.m. West District Police Station Community room. Saturday, May 20, 2017 Breakfast with Alder McKinney, District 1, PUBLIC SAFETY and Defining Issues that Matter to District 1 Residents. SPACE … [read more]

Information of Intetest to D1

Meetings of Interest to D1 this week 5:30 PM Plan Commission, City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 200 Planning Commission The function and duty of the Plan Commission is to make and adopt a master plan for the physical development of Madison. The Plan Commission … [read more]

District 1 Updates

Culver's Fundraising for Kneubuehl Family Three area Culver's restaurants will be giving 100 percent of their sales on July 15 to the family of the contractor who died during an armed robbery on June 27. The fundraising for the family of Christ Kneubuehl will be at the Todd Drive … [read more]

Items to Highlight - District 1

Incident Type: Assist Citizen-Dispatch Monday, July 10, 2017 - 1:35am Address: West Side, Madison, WI Narrative-Several streets and intersections were flooded early Monday morning as strong storms passed through the area. Here's a roundup of emergency calls undertaken by the Madison Fire … [read more]

Road Construction Project at High Point Road & Velvet, Street Closing, Public Meeting at Blackhawk Church

MESSAGE BOARDS ON HIGH POINT ROAD 1. Traffic will be maintained, in both directions, on a minimum 10’ wide lane during construction. We will not be closing any lanes, but they may be narrower than the existing lane. 2. We are widening the pavement, on the west side, in order to have enough … [read more]


Greetings, West District Capt. Cory Nelson will join Alder. Barbara Harrington-McKinney at the corner of Park Ridge D. and Mount Vernon Ct. at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon to talk about the shooting yesterday that occurred in this area. Regards, Joel Joel DeSpain, Public Information … [read more]

Park Ridge & Park Edge Neighborhood Meeting / July 25, 2017

The Madison West Police District is hosting a neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 6 p.m. at Elver Park Neighborhod Center, 1201 McKenna Boulevard. If you are concerned about the violence in the community please join us for dinner and conversation about what we can do to make the … [read more]

Building Community Safety: Person to Person



When: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 Where: Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1701 McKenna Blvd (across from West District Police Station) Time: Registration: 6:00 pm. Program: 6:30-8:30 pm Panel Themes: Park Edge Park Ridge Employment and Training Center Public Safety – West District – … [read more]

Theft from Auto reminder

November 6, 2017 3:18 PM Theft from autos is still a big issue Theft from Auto is down about 15% but we still have had about 1107 this year. There have been 25 guns stolen this year from autos. Many of them were actually unlocked! This is 25 guns getting into criminals hands that … [read more]

OIR Group to Release MPD Report

POLICE POLICY & PROCEDURE REPORT BY OIR December 14, 5:30 p.m. On December 14, the OIR Group will release their Report to the City and the MPD Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee at their monthly meeting at the Urban League of Greater Madison starting at 5:30p. The report … [read more]

January 24 - Opioid Treatment Program (sponsored by Triad)

Opioid Treatment Program: Madison Area Recovery Initiative Wednesday, January 24, 2018 10:30 am Prairie Park Apartments, 6530 Schroeder Road MARI is a new innovative pilot program through the Madison Police Department. The featured speaker is Officer Daniel Swanson, MPD. Free and open to … [read more]

Resolution to Add Additional Police

District 1 Residents: This is the most in-depth update from me that you have received. What will be decided at the Common Council meeting tonight is critical. Please take time to read the entire Blog. Alders are receiving numerous emails in support and in opposition to the request by police … [read more]

Lock It Or Lose It

This was sent out by the West Police District today. Stolen autos remain a problem for us. From the Monday shift notes; One recovered stolen auto on the south side with an arrest One recovered stolen auto in Fitchburg that was stolen in Madison One recovered stolen auto in Mount … [read more]

Weekly Meeting Schedule, Stolen Cars, Snow Plowing

The City Weekly Meeting Schedule may be accessed at: A Reminder to LOCK IT UP! During the month of January; The City experienced 2 cars per day stolen. Approximately 56 car thefts were in residential neighborhoods and the vehicles were … [read more]


Meeting Schedule - Interested in serving on a City Committee or Commission? Monday, February 12, 2018 9:00 AM Early Childhood Care and Education Family Child Care Support Subcommittee 30 W. Mifflin St, Room 1000C, 10th floor Madison, WI 53703 4:30 PM President's Work Group on … [read more]

Updates: Public Safety, Pancake Cafe Liquor License and Community Opportunities

UPDATE ON PUBLIC SAFETY I have received several calls from residents expressing their public safety concerns. My thoughts are to coordinate a public safety listening session with Captain Nelson for District 1 residents. Please email me with topics you want discussed. 7400 block of Timber … [read more]

West District Public Safety Update

West District Community Meeting reminder On Tues. April 3 at 6pm, Police Chief Mike Koval will be hosting a west district community meeting at Our Redeemer Church at 1701 McKenna Blvd. This is your chance to hear an update on police related issues and to ask questions. Representatives from … [read more]

May 31 - City of Madison Town Hall on Addiction, Hope and Recovery

A Public Safety Discussion with the Community It's difficult to find hope as families we know are battered by the opioid overdose epidemic facing our community. Come to this town hall meeting to learn about work underway to address the problem, and opportunities to be part of the solution. … [read more]

Public Safety

Alders receive daily reports from Police Chief Koval on police activity throughout the city. There is a continued increase in reported stolen cars. There has been a consistent ask by police not to leave cars or garage doors unlocked continues to rise across the city. Stolen cars still a big … [read more]

West District Police- Another Car Left Unlocked - West District Blotter Don't be surprised - Another case on the west side where someone left an unlocked vehic

West District Blotter - A response about rash of car breaking on the Westside: (Name of resident withheld) I certainly feel your frustration. We are just as frustrated by it, this is a city wide problem and not specific to your neighborhood . I don’t know why people feel we are doing … [read more]

October 24 Community Public Safety Meeting

Please join Ald. Barbara Harrington-McKinney, the Madison Police Department and fellow neighbors for a conversation about safety in our community. Concerns about auto thefts, thefts from autos and burglaries committed by groups of juveniles will be key topics of discussion. Wednesday, October … [read more]

October 24 - Community Public Safety Meeting TONIGHT!

Please join Ald. Barbara Harrington-McKinney, the Madison Police Department and fellow neighbors for a conversation about safety in our community. Concerns about auto thefts, thefts from autos and burglaries committed by groups of juveniles will be key topics of discussion. Wednesday, October … [read more]

Community Public Safety Meeting (Oct. 28), City Weekly Meeting Schedule

City Meeting Schedule: Week of October 21, 2019 The Madison Common Council and boards, commissions, and committees meet regularly to discuss and take action on City business. The City Weekly Meeting Schedule is a quick way to … [read more]

Tonight, October 28: Community Public Safety Meeting

August 27: Westside Public Safety Meeting

Ald. Paul Skidmore and Westside Alders Barbara Harrington-McKinney, Donna Moreland, Zachary Henak, and Christian Albouras invite you to a Zoom meeting to discuss gun violence, weapons offenses, car thefts, and other serious crimes in Madison, particularly on the Westside. Key Madison Police … [read more]

Community Conversation with West District Police TONIGHT, COVID-19 Update, Special CCEC Meeting, Voter Information

REMINDER TONIGHT at 6:00 p.m. West District Alders Host A Community Conversation with West District Police You Are Invited-August 27: Westside Public Safety Meeting Ald. Paul Skidmore and Westside Alders Barbara Harrington-McKinney,Christian Albouras, Donna Moreland, and Zachary Henak … [read more]

District 1 Updates

Coffee With a Cop Please join us for Coffee With a Cop on Thursday, November 3, at 9:00 am. All are welcome! Meet Officer Tyler Hess, who has just taken over as the Neighborhood Resource Officer (NRO) for the West Police District. NROs are the jack-of-all-trades for the district, and … [read more]

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