Current News Releases (30 day retention)

  • Mattress and Box Spring Recycling is Back
    Posted May 19, 2015 | The Streets Division is happy to announce that our mattress and box spring recycling program is back.  Effective immediately, all mattresses and box springs placed at the curb for large item pick up will be recycled.         …
  • New For Madison Gardeners
    Posted May 18, 2015 | The City of Madison will recycle most plastic plant pots.  In addition, a plant exchange category is part of the Madison Stuff Exchange web site.        “Every spring the Streets Division gets hundreds of request for …
  • No Refuse or Recycling Collection on Monday May 25th Memorial Day
    Posted May 18, 2015 | There will be no refuse or recycling collection on Monday May 25th because of the Memorial Day holiday.  The yard waste drop off sites will also be closed on Monday.  Madison residents who normally have their material collected …
  • Mayor Soglin Statement on District Attorney Ozanne Decision
    Posted May 13, 2015 | District Attorney Ozanne reviewed the facts and the law and reached a decision not to indict Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny in the death of Tony Robinson. This is an outcome that many did not want. It is an outcome that many …
  • Release of Officer Use of Force Law Student Video
    Posted May 11, 2015 | In the days and weeks following the tragic death of Tony Robinson, I held many meetings with community leaders in hopes of bringing people together to both address the concerns of our communities, and prepare our communities …
  • Tony Robinson Officer Involved Shooting
    Posted May 10, 2015 | This afternoon, District Attorney Ismael Ozanne provided his 48 hour notice regarding the Tony Robinson officer involved shooting investigation. In doing so, DA Ozanne has indicated he will deliver his findings this …
  • City Receives Four Responses to the Judge Doyle Square Request for Proposals
    Posted May 4, 2015 | On Friday, May 1, the City received four responses to its Request for Proposals ("RFP") to develop Judge Doyle Square. The project will be located on a two-block area in downtown Madison on Block 88 behind the Madison Municipal …
  • City Unveils Draft Public Market Business Plan
    Posted Apr 29, 2015 | The City of Madison this week released the first draft of the business plan for the Madison Public Market. The release follows three years of research, analysis, listening and planning with City staff, the Project for Public …
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