Warner Beach Park Shelter
Latest Update: Sept. 09, 2022
For information on the solar PV array installed Summer of 2022, please visit: Solar PV - Warner Park Beach Shelter.
City Engineering will be replacing the existing beach house with a new park shelter and restrooms at Warner Beach. The building will also include a pump room as part of the Clean Beach system announced in August 2019, a joint project between the City of Madison and Dane County. Warner Beach Park Shelter will be the fifth prototype park shelter and restrooms. Previous prototype shelters are located at Lake Edge Park; Esther Beach; Penn Park and Walter Street at Olbrich Park.
For more information on the Public Information meeting on this project, please visit Warner Park - Beach Shelter Replacement.
For information on the solar PV array installed Summer of 2022, please see Solar PV - Warner Park Beach Shelter.
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Sept. 30, 2020: Construction on the Warner Beach Park Shelter officially started onsite the day after Labor Day, Sept. 8th. Asbestos abatement and demo was completed on the existing shelter to make way for the staking and excavation for the new shelter. As of this week, footings have been poured and forms are being set for the foundation walls. Follow our Flickr and EarthCam links to watch this building site take shape!
City User Agency: Parks Division
Design and Planning: December - April 2020
Pre-Bid Building/Site Tour: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 @ 10:00 am at the project site, 1101 Woodward Dr.
Bid Due Date: July 09, 2020
Construction Start date: Sept. 8, 2020
Expected Completion date: June 05, 2021
"All information regarding dates/times/locations are informational and should be verified with official bidding documents posted on Bid Express."
Restroom/Shelter Rendering Updated March 11, 2020:
In the News
June 01, 2022 City of Madison News Conference
News Conference: Dane Co. Executive Joe Parisi & Mayor Rhodes Conway Announce Clean Beach Corridor
June 01, 2022 Wisconsin State Journal
Open swim: Madison, Dane County partner on clean beach initiative
June 01, 2022 Channel 3000
Madison, Dane County announce new program aimed at keeping beaches algae-free
Dane County and City of Madison aim to keep beaches from closing due to algae and E. coli
Warner Park Gets Clean & Safe Beach Corridor
Oct. 06, 2020: City of Madison News Updates
Construction Underway on New Warner Park Beach Shelter
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8850, Warner Beach Park ShelterJuly 9, 2019 Public Meeting