I hope you've had an amazing weekend and getting this week started off right. Please do something kind for your neighbors over the next week. Bring them a jug of iced tea, ask if you could help with yard work, visit someone who's elderly, or even just tell someone how
Starting at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, July 31, Atwood Avenue will be fully closed to traffic between Fair Oaks Avenue and Sugar Avenue for the final phase of street reconstruction. Two-way traffic will be maintained between Walter Street and Olbrich Botanical Gardens. This phase is expected to last
I hope you're all keeping cool. Please make sure that you're bringing water for your furry friends on long walks or if you're going to be outside for a long period of time.
Double check that your children or pets are not left in your car. It doesn't take long
WisDOT invites you to the first public involvement meeting for the US 51 South Study.
The purpose of this public meeting is to discuss and get feedback on the study purpose and corridor issues, or needs, that should be addressed with a future transportation project. The input received
I know that some of you are having difficulty managing the new Metro Routes. We are hearing your concerns and are looking into tweaks and changes that will help serve those who are experincing longer walk times, especially those who have mobility and accessibility issues.
This week, for the first time in history, we raised the Transgender Flag at the Madison Municipal Building. I'd love to thank everyone who came to celebrate. Thanks to all of you who helped me get here to advocate for those of us who are part of the gender expansive co