Welcome to Glen Oak Hills Neighborhood Association

Last update Monday, December 3, 2018


Neighborhood Contacts || Neighborhood Association Meetings || Profile, Statistics and Indicators || Neighborhood Communications || Plans and Publications || Governmental Officials || Facilities and Services ||

Neighborhood Contacts
Neighborhood Contact Person(s): Mary Van Susteren, mary@vansusteren.com

Neighborhood Association Meetings
Neighborhood Association Meeting: Place:
Address:
Date: No Regularly Scheduled Meetings
Time:
Please contact neighborhood association to confirm meeting date, location, and time.

Profile, Statistics and Indicators
Neighborhood Description: Some of Madison's quietest streets weave their way through this west side neighborhood, surrounded by a number of beautiful parks. Glen Oak Hills is also known locally as the site of Owen Conservation Park, a green space covering dozens of acres. Donated by a former University of Wisconsin professor, the park is covered in oak savannas and meadows of bluestem and goldenrod which have overgrown the once cleared landscape, yielding a harvest of color throughout the year. Several no-through roads extend partially into Owen Conservation Park, lined with beautifully secluded homes. Other parks in Glen Oak Hills real estate include Garner Park, Rennebohm Park, Kettle Pond, and Glen Oak Hills Park at the neighborhood's center. Glen Oak Hills covers about 140 acres of gently rising terrain dominated by single family homes, with about 500 total housing units. Properties here often landscaped to match their hilly park surroundings, with home designs ranging from Cape Cod to stylish ranchers, and a wide selection of listings in the $200,000 range. Glen Oak Hills Neighborhood's major strengths include lots of park land, friendly neighbors, a growing sense of community, proximity to good schools and diverse ages and incomes. We're especially proud of our environmental work on the neighborhood scale.
Neighborhood Boundaries: Old Middleton Road on the north, North Whitney Way on the east, Regent Street on the south, Rosa Road on the west
Neighborhood Statistics Indicators: The Neighborhood Indicators Project is a demonstration of key characteristics and various indicators that relate to the quality of life in Madison at the neighborhood level. Basic neighborhood information as well as housing, public safety, health and family well-being, economic, and transportation indicators by neighborhood is available.
Neighborhood Events:

Neighborhood Communications
Newsletter:
Tom Van Horn
Web Page: https://sites.google.com/site/glenoakhillsneighborhood/

Plans and Publications
City Plans:
Publications: None
Historic Districts: None
TIF Districts: None
Urban Design Districts: None

Governmental Officials
Madison Alderperson: Arvina Martin, Aldermanic District 11 - Ward 85
Dane County Supervisor: Kelly Danner, Supervisory District 11 - Ward 85
State Representative: Lisa Subeck, Assembly District 78 - Ward 85
State Senator: Fred Risser, Senate District 26 - Ward 85

Facilities and Services:
Community Centers
Fire Stations: Fire Station #9 (201 North Midvale Boulevard), Fire Station #2 (421 Grand Canyon Drive)
Library: Sequoya Branch (513 South Midvale Boulevard)
Neighborhood Resource Team:
Parks and Open Space:
(Map)
Bordner Park, Garner Park, Glen Oak Hills Greenway, Glen Oak Hills Park, Kenosha Drive Greenway
Police Districts: Midtown District, Capt. Jay Lengfeld, 4020 Mineral Point Road , Neighborhood Officers
Polling Place: Ward 85, Wellspring United Methodist Church, 5702 South Hill Drive
Public Schools: Elementary School Attendance Area 4
Crestwood Elementary School (5930 Old Sauk Rd)
Middle School Attendance Area 245
Jefferson Middle School (101 S Gammon Rd)
High School Attendance Area 145
Memorial High School (201 S Gammon Rd)