We all value trees around the city, and the city recognizes the need to increase the tree canopy. Trees are a critical part of our ecosystem, promoting health and sustainability. Trees are also an essential part of the city's infrastructure and planning.
Thank you to everyone that has reached out regarding this upcoming agenda item. Section 24.12 is inactive and not enforceable, hence there is no changes to the current processes or legal authority.
Section 12.32 prohibits standing on certain roads across the city. 12.
We have received inquiries about a couple of Ordinance changes I am sponsoring. I am including Municode navigation basics and information about the ordinances in this blog. If you have additional questions feel free to reach out.
From City of Madison Traffic Engineering
School is Back In Session - Drive Safely and Observe School Zone Regulations
"As the Madison School District prepares to welcome their students back to school city-wide, City of Madison Crossing Guards are sharing some helpful
The Brayton Lot is an opportunity to learn how development works when the city plays a direct partner role. We have a chance to prioritize density and multiple layers of affordability. There are a few area plans listed on the project page. There are all pre-pandemic and as old as
Back to School! Metro Routes
Madison Metropolitan School contracts Metro to transport High School students. Metro has released the student’s routes, labeled with numbers instead of letters. This PDF contains the Student's Metro routes for all the high schools; use Ctrl-F to