Developing a better sense of place in all Madison neighborhoods.
Working to make Madison a center for innovation and creativity in the arts, sciences, and history.
Enhancing Madison's reputation as a food accessible community by eliminating food deserts, and by building public markets, and food hubs.
Prior to and since launching the Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative, the City developed a number of efforts to promote equity through its employment practices and policy initiatives.
Improving Madison's Walkability rating by increasing public transit, increasing access to bicycle routes, and ensuring that all basic needs are within walking distance of every neighborhood so that residents can walk more and drive less.
Supporting the Madison Metropolitan School District to produce the best educational system for every student, through Madison Out of School Time (MOST) and other partnerships and programs.
Working to ensure equity in city employment and public contracting for employees and contractors.