District 4 Blog

  • Downtown Refuse Collection Wednesday

    There will be no recycling, refuse or large item collection by the Madison Streets Division on Thursday, November 23. It will instead be collected on Wednesday, November 22.

  • Madison Sustainability Plan Community Survey

    The City of Madison is updating its Sustainability Plan and wants to hear your thoughts.

  • New Downtown Public Art to Be Dedicated

    The City of Madison invites the public to dedicate two new sculptures on the 200 block of South Pinckney Street.

  • John Nolen Drive Lane Closures

    Starting on Monday, November 13, John Nolen Drive will be reduced to one lane, in each direction, at all times for several projects within the Monona Terrace tunnel.

  • Madison Marathon Traffic Impacts

    The Madison Marathon half marathon and full marathon will take place this Sunday, November 12, starting at 7:00 a.m. on the Capitol Square. Please plan ahead if traveling around the race routes.

  • Neighborhood Meeting: Future of the Brayton Lot

    A neighborhood meeting will be held to gather input on a proposal to amend the City Zoning Code Downtown Height Map in preparation for the City to issue a Request for Proposals for a master developer for the block where the Brayton Lot is located.

  • Path Reopen: Capital City Trail along John Nolen Drive Causeway

    The Capital City Trail has reopened along the John Nolen Drive causeway following several days of bridge repairs.

  • Downtown Madison Family Halloween

    Enjoy family fun at the Downtown Madison Family Halloween along State Street and the Capitol Square on Wednesday, October 25, 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. This annual event welcomes approximately 2,500 families to the downtown area for a safe, fun way to…

  • Near West Watershed Study Public Meeting

    The City of Madison is completing a watershed study in the Near West Watershed, an area that includes much of the Bassett, Mansion Hill and Mifflin Neighborhoods. The watershed drains to the lakes through storm sewers. The watershed study will…

  • Path Closure: Capital City Trail along John Nolen Drive Causeway

    The Capital City Trail will be closed along the John Nolen Drive causeway for two consecutive weeks for bridge repairs.

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Alder Michael Verveer

Alder Michael E. Verveer

District 4
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