Areas & Neighborhoods

Madison's neighborhoods are the building blocks that make our community strong and play an important role in developing the vision for the future of our city.

Neighborhood Plans Neighborhood Plans are created by the City's Department of Planning and Development and Neighborhood Associations. These plans serve as guidelines for both residential and business development in neighborhoods. Currently, there are over 25 adopted neighborhood plans in the City, with several more in progress.

Madison is lucky to have a great blend of residential neighborhood associations and neighborhood business associations that work together to support each other.
 
Neighborhood Associations, More than 120 neighborhood associations are engaged in daily efforts to build better neighborhoods in Madison. Our City workforce, from Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Parks to Planning, work with our neighborhood leaders to engage, build, and move forward for the betterment of their neighborhoods.
 

Neighborhood Business Associations,The City of Madison has ten strong and active Neighborhood Business Associations. These groups work together to address issues that affect their immediate area of business, provide support to each other as business owners and cooperatively market their business districts.

Business Organizations The many business organizations in Madison provide an opportunity for business owners and business service providers to network and support each other.

 

Last Updated: 11/07/2013

Contact the Office of Business Resources

Office of Business Resources
(608) 267-4933
obr@cityofmadison.com