Meeting and Event Highlights for the Week of January 2nd, 2023
City Office Closures on January 2, 2023
Since New Year's Day falls on a Sunday this year, City administrative offices, including the Common Council office, will be closed on Monday, January 2, in observance of the
Hope you are enjoying the holiday season surrounded by family and friends! I am looking forward to spending time with my family the next few days. Be safe and stay warm!
A few important updates your way:
Hours of Operations Update
A few things to unpack today, first, parking rules are in effect until Monday, lots of excitement around passenger rail transit, the CARES report is out, and will share a glimpse of this week with you. Let’s get started!!
Declared Snow Emergency
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
Staff has been working with the Plan Commission since the fall of 2021 to draft a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) overlay zoning district to permit a bump in development intensity near high-frequency transit, which includes Bus Rapid Transit.
Learn more about the organizations that are providing opportunities for our youth to thrive in a safe and inclusive environment. Unfortunately, there was not enough funding to support all the requests received and in many cases, there was not enough funding to apply
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD!
The City of Madison Adult School Crossing Guardprogram is recruiting in your neighborhood. Specifically, we are looking for a permanent guard to staff the corner of Raymond Road/Leland Drive, serving students