SSM announced this morning that they will not be building their clinic on the Pick N' Save site, sparing the only full-service grocery store to serve South Madison.
SSM's response to neighborhood concerns is very encouraging. The decision not to build their clinic at the Pick N' Save
Bus Rapid Transit Meeting and Survey
The City of Madison is exploring options for a new East-West BRT line and needs your input to make this project a success.
Please give us your feedback and help us understand your priorities for a proposed East-West Bus Rapid Transit
"The reality of a developing urban community means tree loss from growth, infrastructure, invasive pests, diseases, and climate change. A tree canopy that is healthy for residents is 40% in an urban atmosphere; Madison is currently at 23%. To ensure the health and prosperity of our community,
The opportunity to receive curbside yard waste collection this spring has ended.
Streets Division collection crews are wrapping up the final round, and it is too late to add additional material to the curb to guarantee pick up.
Rather than placing yard waste to the curb,
*UPDATE* Closure--Southwest Commuter Path
Monday, May 6, 2019 - 2:40pm
Dut to rain this past week, this closure has been extended through Friday, May 17.
Wingra Boats Lake Blessing
Please consider joining Wingra Boats on Saturday, May 11th at 10am for their third annual Lake Blessing, a ceremony and celebration of Lake Wingra to help kick off another safe summer of activities on this cherished jewel.
Wingra Boats &
An Important Note from D13 Resident Jon Standridge:
I am writing to personally ask you to take a very quick action to help preserve a livable future for us all.
The short version is that I am asking you to vote to urge MGE to create a plan to get our community to 100%
Many of you received a postcard about the neighborhood meeting to discuss the grocery store access issue this Thursday, May 9 at the Urban League.
Due to a requirement that the city gives at least ten days notice, this meeting has been rescheduled for 5:30, Thursday, May 23 at the Labor Temple
Backyard composting of yard waste is optimal. Half of the phosphorous load in our urban stormwater can be attributed to leaves in the street. But not everybody can compost, so please take note of this update from the city on the final round this spring for yard waste collection.