• Madison Raises Trans Flag for First Time at Madison Municipal Building

    This week for the first time, the City of Madison raised the Trans flag at the Madison Municipal building. I was joined by Alder Dina Nina, Madison’s first trans alder, in making remarks for the historic occasion. See my remarks below, and view the…

  • Celebrate 50 Years of Paramedic Service in Madison!

    Madison is fortunate to have one of the oldest paramedic service programs in the country. This year we celebrate 50 years of this life saving, state of the art, human-centered service and the people who have made it possible. We celebrated this in-…

  • Public Service Recognition Week #TeamCity Ceremony Celebrates Individuals and Teams

    This week, continuing our recognition tradition launched in 2020, we gathered for #TeamCity Awards to celebrate 5 outstanding City of Madison employees and 5 outstanding City Teams of various backgrounds. This month’s celebration was a part of…

  • Make Music Madison Returns This Summer!

    Get ready for Madison’s annual free buffet of musical merriment! Make Music Madison returns Wednesday, June 21 to a coffee shop, community center, front porch, local library, or park shelter near you.

  • Applications for the 2023 Efficiency Navigator Program are Now Open

    Last week, the Mayor joined Claire Oleksiak, Executive Director of Sustain Dane; Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole; Elevate Energy; and members of the first cohort of Efficiency Navigator participants for a press event to celebrate the achievements of…

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  • Madison Declares April Care Workers Recognition Month

    Care workers help care for children, assist older adults as they age and support individuals with disabilities. They are the backbone of our economy. Their work makes it possible for all other industries to operate, because it gives families the…

  • Celebrate National Library Week April 23-29

    Did you know that 49% of Madisonians have a library card?

  • Earth Day Celebrations in Madison

    Whether you’re looking to spend quality time outdoors, give back through acts of service, or learn about and adopt new earth-friendly habits, here are fun ways you can show some love for our planet this Earth Day.


  • Technology, Education and Construction Work Together to Keep Our Roads Safe

    Vision Zero is a data driven strategy intended to eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries on all roadways, bikeways and sidewalks. We know that death and injury on city streets is preventable. This approach to safety accounts for human error,…


  • Celebrating National Community Development Week

    The City of Madison is joining communities across the county to celebrate National Community Development Week! Created in 1986, the goal of Community Development Week is to bring national attention to two programs: The Community Development Block…

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