Welcome to Midvale Heights Community Association

Last update Thursday, November 16, 2023

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): Joy Cardin, cardinjoy@gmail.com
Tom Jarvis, area8@midvaleheights.org

Neighborhood Association Meetings
Neighborhood Association Meeting: Place: Sequoya Branch Library
Address: 4340 Tokay Blvd
Date: Fourth Tuesday of the month
Time: 6:45 p.m.
Please contact neighborhood association to confirm meeting date, location, and time.

Profile, Statistics and Indicators
Neighborhood Description: Midvale Heights residents take pride in their neighborhood. This is evident not only in their well-kept homes and yards, but also in their willingness to work together on key projects: beautification, neighborhood identification, traffic calming, etc. On any block you'll find a diversity of people of all ages - young families, professionals, retirees. The convenience of suburban living within minutes of downtown Madison is hard to beat. One of Madison's oldest communities, Midvale Heights was originally settled in the 1850s. By the early 1950s Midvale Heights real estate was comprised of a variety of subdivisions, including Oakville Heights, Kenmore, Hillview, Third Oak, and Coney Weston. The area's rapid expansion led to the creation of a neighborhood association in 1954, while many parts of Madison, Wisconsin were still being settled. Today, Midvale Heights includes more than 1,300 homes and approximately 1,500 living units spread over 616 acres. The area's long history has produced a wide selection of first class antique homes, featuring two-storey Victorian architecture and large luxurious properties.
Neighborhood Boundaries: Mineral Point Road on the north, South Midvale Boulevard and Southwest Bike Path on the east, West Beltline Highway on the south, and South Whitney Way 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: Annual Picnic 3rd Tuesday in June, Summer concerts Fridays in July, Youth Tee-Ball Program

Neighborhood Communications
Newsletter: Midvale Messenger
Denise Lamb, newsletter@midvaleheights.org
Web Page: http://www.MidvaleHeights.org

Plans and Publications
City Plans: Midvale-Westmorland Neighborhood Plan (September 1, 2009)
Midvale-Westmorland Neighborhood Implementation Strategy (September 1, 2009)
Publications: -Midvale Messenger Newsletter

-Neighborhood Directory
Historic Districts: None
TIF Districts: Tax Incremental Finance District 46
Urban Design Districts: None

Governmental Officials
Madison Alderperson:
Dane County Supervisor:
State Representative:
State Senator:

Facilities and Services:
Community Centers
Fire Stations: Fire Station #9 (201 North Midvale Boulevard)
Library: Sequoya Branch (513 South Midvale Boulevard)
Neighborhood Resource Team:
Parks and Open Space:
Garner Park, Oak Park Heights, Odana East Park, Odana Hills Golf Course, Odana Hills Park, Odana School Park, Midvale Elementary School playground, Segoe Park, William Slater Park
Police Districts:
Polling Place:
Public Schools: Elementary School Attendance Area 22
Midvale Elementary School (502 Caromar Dr)
Lincoln Elementary School (909 Sequoia Tr)
Middle School Attendance Area 155
High School Attendance Area 143
West High School (30 Ash St)