The Streets Division’s fall yard waste and leaves collection begins the week of October 8, 2023.
All residents will receive three collection opportunities this fall, weather permitting.
The City of Madison Streets Division is happy to share we are testing a new map-based lookup for learning your collection schedules.
Rennebohm Park joins Brittingham, Elver and Warner parks with Madison’s fourth accessible playground officially opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 20, 2023 at 11:00am.
The City of Madison sewer, which serves Hoyt Park and homes along the 3900 block of Regent Street, is operational again after a sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) happened 6 a.m., Sept.
The Streets Division’s fall yard waste and leaves collection begins the week of October 8, 2023 for certain neighborhoods.
Major flooding prevention improvements will be coming to Madison’s far west side as early as summer 2024 to provide protection to an area devastated by the 2018 floods.
(MADISON, Wis.)—Starting in the evening of Sept. 1, Atwood Avenue will be open to two-way traffic between Walter Street and Fair Oaks Avenue.
The Streets Division’s final curbside brush collection will soon get underway.
The City of Madison in partnership with the Madison Public Market Foundation invites the public to a celebration of progress for the Madison Public Market.
The Streets Division will not perform refuse, recycling, brush, or large item collections on Monday, September 4, 2023 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. The drop-off sites will also be closed.
Warner Park joins Brittingham and Elver parks, with the third accessible playground officially opening on Wednesday, August 16 at 11:00am with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The City of Madison in collaboration as a partner of the Wisconsin Stormwater Collaborative (WSC) invites all communities to get involved in the state’s first Wisconsin Stormwater Week, Aug. 5-13, 2023.