Meeting and Event Highlights for the Week of December 19, 2022posted
The next Common Council meeting will be on Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at 6:30 PM.
- Laughing Bodies, Dancing Minds – Register now!
- Festive Fun at Madison Public Library
- Public Input Meeting: Penn Park
- Winter Solstice Celebration
- Truth and Reconciliation Working Group: City of Madison's Equal Opportunities Commission is looking for individuals or stakeholders that serve Madison's Black community to volunteer for an Implementation Group to conduct a Truth and Reconciliation Process for the City of Madison. The responsibilities and duties of Working Group members are further detailed in the invitation. Inquires may be sent to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Update on District 12 Common Council Vacancy
- Streets Division Drop-off Sites Resume Operations Today, December 16, 2022
- City Updates Salt Use Ordinance for Public Sidewalks, Lots
- Solid Waste Collection Will Have Delayed Start & Drop-off Sites Closed
- MOST Afterschool Fellowship Pilot Launches!
- Multiple goals met during 2022 Summer Strategic Plan The Madison Police Department met several of its crime reduction goals outlined in the 2022 Summer Strategic Plan.
- COVID Data Notes for the Week of December 15, 2022
- 'A perfect storm': Flu, respiratory viruses put strain on Madison hospitals Respiratory viruses are spreading rapidly across the country and state, and Madison hospitals are feeling the strain and fighting to stay below capacity limits.
- Firefighters Credit Closed Bedroom Door, Working Smoke Alarm for Family's Escape From Cooking Fire Firefighters emphasize the importance of having working smoke alarms and closing your door before going to sleep following a fire on the north side.
- Riding Metro in Winter Weather Fixed-route bus service runs during the most extreme circumstances. However, on the rare occasion that general operation becomes unsafe, certain trips may be canceled or service discontinued. Sign up to receive service alerts.
- Reduced Service over Christmas
- Special Event Parking
- Late fees for Municipal Services Bills waived through 12/31/22!
- Streets Division Drop-off Sites Now on Winter Hours
- The application for a BYFY (By Youth For Youth) grant is open By Youth For Youth (BYFY) is a unique volunteer opportunity for Dane County high school youth to be impactful leaders in their community. BYFY members identify critical issues impacting their peers and communities, establish funding priorities, review grant proposals, and recommend funding from County and City grants to support projects developed and implemented by youth to serve youth.
- All Madison Streets to be Plowed; Snow Emergency Parking Rules in Effect Starting Evening of December 10, 2022 More information about the plowing operations can be found in the Snow Plow Update found at www.cityofmadison.com/Winter.
- Snowfall is a Good Reminder to Make Sure Your Home is Winter Ready! We can all agree, Wisconsin winters are beautiful. While this is true, snow and frigid temperatures are a good reminder for home and business owners to make sure their water pipes are protected from freezing or bursting.