South Hamilton Street closed on Wednesday, April 19th at the South Carroll Street & West Main Street intersection. This closure is expected to last approximately eight weeks.
Right turns from South Pinckney Street to East Washington Avenue are currently not allowed. This closure is
The Evans Scholars at 141 Langdon is proposing to demolish the current 3-story building and replace it with a 4-story building plus basement facing the corner of Langdon and Henry. The new building would have 70 beds with room to grow to 90 beds.
There was a neighborhood meeting on this
Please join us for a neighborhood meeting to learn about the steps the Edgewater is taking to minimize the impact on residents of the upcoming spring/summer/fall outdoor activities; share your hopes/expectations related to the Edgewater’s plans; learn about the conditional use complaint process and
Please join me on May 20 to learn more about the Mansion Hill/Tenney-Lapham Housing Renovation Program. The program is designed to help pay for the cost of purchase/renovating and converting current rental properties to owner-occupied housing through a forgivable loan. The program runs through the
The week of April 17 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Sustainable Madison Committee, the Neighborhood Meeting on Traffic Safety, the CCOC Subcommittee on Police & Community Relations, the Common Council, the Board of Public Works, the Economic Development
The following information is from the Madison Assessor's office:
The 2017 property assessments will be posted to our website beginning at noon today at http://www.cityofmadison.com/assessor/. Property values increased 10.0% overall from the 2016 assessments – 6.6% in the residential
Traffic safety is an important aspect of our quality of life. Our growing city, with a significant amount of that growth in District 2, has resulted in increasing concerns about traffic safety, including especially around Lapham School and on the Mifflin Bike Boulevard. The Tenney-Lapham