City of
Madison

Current News Releases (90 day retention)

  • Curbside Sandbag Collection Complete Posted Nov 30, 2018
    City of Madison Streets Division and Engineering crews have completed collecting sandbags that were placed out for pickup prior to the November 25 deadline. Curbside sandbag collection for 2018 is now over. Residents should not …
  • Sandbag Collection Ending for 2018 Posted Nov 26, 2018
    Residents should not place additional sandbags to the curb for pickup at this time. The deadline to place sandbags to the curb for pickup was November 25. Collection crews will cycle through the City picking up sandbags that …
  • City of Madison Flooding Update- Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Posted Oct 24, 2018
    FEMA Recovery Office Scheduled to Open Soon Local disaster relief officials are working with those from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) to establish a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) where Small Business …
  • Sandbag Disposal & Collection Posted Oct 24, 2018
    Residents with sandbags have four options on how to manage them, including curbside collection that will begin on October 29. Option 1: Store for Future Use Lake levels remain high, so concerns over flooding have not completely …
  • Common Council Alders Respond to Recent Hire of Former DeForest Police Chief Posted Oct 10, 2018
    October 10, 2018 To: Mr. Jim Campbell, Town of Madison Board Chair Chief Scott Gregory, Town of Madison Police Department Brende Hofer, Town of Madison Police and Fire Commission Chair Re: Town of Madison hires former Deforest …
  • City of Madison Flooding Update-Friday October 5 Posted Oct 5, 2018
    The National Weather Service is forecasting more rain this weekend and into next week. City officials are preparing for flooding and encouraging residents to do the same. The Madison area may receive 1 to 1 ½ inches of rain …
  • City of Madison Flooding Update-Thursday, October 4, 2018 Posted Oct 4, 2018
    Potential Rising Waters and Reminders on Sandbags and Parking Both Lake Mendota and Monona rose about 5 inches following the rain we received last Sunday and Monday. Lake Mendota is currently one foot below the 100-year …
  • Alder Matt Phair - Not Running for Re-Election in 2019 Posted Oct 1, 2018
    Alder Matt Phair will not seek re-election to the Common Council in the spring of 2019. He has decided that after four terms representing District 20, he will focus his energy in other places, mostly with his family. “It is …
  • City of Madison Flooding Update: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Posted Sep 19, 2018
    The National Weather Service reports that the area surrounding the City of Madison could receive up to 3.5 inches of rain in the next 24 to 36 hours. It could also be much less, but residents are being advised of potential …
  • City of Madison Flooding Update- Friday, September 14, 2018 Posted Sep 14, 2018
    Sunny skies are forecasted through the weekend, but there is a potential for rain in the forecast early next week. Lake levels continues to drop, but slowly. Engineers estimate that if we don’t experience a rain event in the …

Find an Alder

  • By Address
  • By Map