City of Madison

City of Madison Engineering | Photo Credit: Archie Nicolette

ENGINEERING NEWS

Watershed focus group dates set for residents who experienced flooding, posted on Aug 16, 2019
The City of Madison Engineering Division is rolling out its next phase of its Watershed …

 

Highlights

  • Sand and ready-to-fill sand bags available to City of Madison residents at these locations.

  • The City is committed to eliminating or reducing pesticide use to the greatest possible extent.  Details about the City's policy here.  

  • New Sanitary Sewer Billing Class proposed for food establishments. Learn more.

  • What part of the sanitary sewer is a homeowner responsible for? Learn more.
    - A new, optional program for homeowners provides
      low cost protection for sewer lines.  Details.


  • Road Construction Projects
    Information on current road construction projects, proposed projects, preventative maintenance of city streets and signups for email alerts to stay up to date on construction projects.
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The Engineering Division is responsible for the design, supervision and inspection of all street, highway, sidewalk and bike path construction; all City surveying and mapping operations including maintenance of the City's Official Map, street and utility records; management of the Madison Storm Water and Sanitary Sewer Utilities including the design, operation and maintenance of sanitary sewer facilities and storm sewer systems; the review of land use changes for public works feasibility; the research and development services supporting the solid waste management program; and the preparation of various studies relating to Public Works.

Contact Us

City Engineer,
Robert F. Phillips, P.E.

Engineering Main Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 115
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4751
Fax: (608) 264-9275

Larry D. Nelson Engineering Operations Facility:
1600 Emil Street
Madison, WI 53713
Phone: (608) 267-1197
Fax: (608) 267-1123

My City of Madison Account

Stay informed of Major Reconstruction Projects and updates on construction projects that may impact traffic in Madison at my.cityofmadison.com.