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Alder Mark Clear

Alder Mark Clear

Home Address:
110 Shiloh Dr
Madison , WI 53705

Phone: 608-695-5709
district19@cityofmadison.com

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redistricting information

Aldermanic districts are changing on January 1, 2012, based on results of the 2010 census.

 

District 19 is getting a bit larger and moving to the south and west. Here are the specific changes:

 

  • Adds the Wexford Village area bounded by Old Sauk, Gammon, the Beltline and the Middleton border (currently in District 9, Ald. Skidmore)
  • Adds the area south of the Beltline bounded by Schroeder, Gammon and Whitney Way (Currently in District 1, Ald. Subeck)
  • Removes the area bounded by Old Middleton, Whitney Way, Mineral Point and Island Drive to District 11 (Ald. Schmidt). Glen Oak Hills, Crestwood and Hill Farms neighborhoods move to District 11 (Ald. Schmidt), along with the part of Faircrest east of Island Drive.

 

Please refer to these maps of the current district and new district.

 

With the new districts come new voting locations. Please refer to the new district map to find your new ward number. Here are the new polling places:

 

  • 86: Spring Harbor Middle School
  • 87: Crestwood Elementary School
  • 88: Alicia Ashman Branch Library
  • 89: Oakwood Village West (University Woods)
  • 90: Madison Ice Arena

 

PUBLIC SAFETY
  • Police Districts: Served by West District, 1710 McKenna Blvd., Community Policing, Blotter
  • Fire Stations:
    • Fire Station #2 (421 Grand Canyon Drive)
    • Fire Station #9 (201 North Midvale Boulevard)
    • Fire Station #12 (400 South Point Road)

 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • Madison School District
    • Elementary Schools: Crestwood, Muir, Stephens
    • Middle Schools: Jefferson, Spring Harbor
    • High School: Memorial

 

PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • Alicia Ashman Branch (733 North High Point Road)
  • Oakwood Library and home bound services - Madison Public Library
  • Sequoya Branch (513 South Midvale Boulevard)

 

NEIGHBORHOOD Associations

 

COMMUNITY CENTERS

 

PARKS

 

NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS Associations