On Monday, March 7, Governor Tony Evers announced the launch of the Wisconsin Help for Homeowners (WHH) program— a $92 million statewide program. This comes at a much-needed and long-awaited time for City of Madison homeowners following the expiration of the federal moratorium on foreclosures in
The Streets Division will not be collecting trash and recycling on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 due to icy conditions on roads as well as the slippery conditions on driveways and sidewalks. Instead of collecting trash and recycling, the Streets Division will be reassigning staff to assist with the
If you can, stay home tonight and into tomorrow. The freezing rain due to come tonight will cause significant travel problems this evening and for the Tuesday morning commute.
When the freezing rain begins tonight, the Streets Division will dispatch 32 crews to apply salt to the main
You are invited to a virtual Westside Community Conversation on Thursday, February 24, 2022, at 6pm. This is the fifth in a series of Westside Community Conversations. The topic is "Redistricting in the City of Madison."
You can join the virtual event using your computer, smartphone, or
After the completion of the U.S. Census every 10 years, City of Madison alder districts are redrawn, and some residents are placed in new districts. New District 7 residents are invited to join me for a virtual community meet & greet on February 17, 2022, at 6:30PM. You can join using this link
Madison Food Policy Council Announces 2022 SEED Grants Cycle
The City of Madison Food Policy Council announces the 2022 SEED Grants cycle to address food access issues in our community. SEED Grants are small grants designed to support new and recently emerging projects or programs
Protect Your Home's Pipes From Freezing
2022 is off to a frigid start. It is important for home and business owners to protect their water pipes from freezing or bursting during our coldest time of year.
Water Meters and Pipes:
Snow Plowing Update: January 24, 2022 6:45 am
Be prepared for a very difficult and slippery morning commute throughout Madison, and for most of this week. If you must be on the roads this morning or in the coming days, you must be slow, patient, and alert. Make good choices.