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FREE COVID-19 Vaccine, Family Activities and Food at Aldo Leopold Park

August 10th, 5:30-8:00 p.m. Free Ice Cream and nutritious dinner, COVID-19 Vaccine, and fun family activities at Aldo Leopold Park, 2906 Traceway Dr. hosted by Leopold-Arbor Hills Neighborhood Resource Team and many partners!

Upcoming Movies in the Park

Friday, August 6, 6:30pmLake Edge ParkTenet
Tuesday, August 10, 6:00pmAllied ParkJumanji: The Next Level
Thursday, August 12, 7:00pmWarner ParkAvengers: Endgame
Saturday, August 14, 5:00pm100 Block of State StreetRaya and the Last Dragon
Saturday, August 14, 7:15pm100 Block of State StreetSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Tuesday, August 17, 6:00pmWorthington ParkThe Lion King (2019)

For more information visit: https://www.cityofmadison.com/parks/events/movies/

Mad Lit

Mad Lit continues highlighting music, art, and small businesses run by people of color, using the outdoor spaces around the 100 block of State Street for fun, inclusive events designed to bring the community together. Join the Greater Madison Music City team on August 13 — The Adem Tesfaye Band w/ Zander Anim + Vilas Park Sniper

Metro Routes Redesign

There is still time to share your input about future Metro routes. For more information visit Transit Network Redesign

Let’s Talk About Streets

The City of Madison wants to know what you think about the streets you use to work, live and play in the City of Madison. Please visit the City of Madison’s Let’s Talk Streets website and take the Community Survey. 

Remember, Large Item Collection has Changed

Before you set your items out to the curb for the Streets Division to collect them, you need to submit a work order to schedule the pickup. The website to book your large item collection appointment is www.cityofmadison.com/LargeItemWorkOrder.

Student Move Out

The first two weeks of August always brings out a big mess to the curb as thousands of downtown leases all end around August 15.  Each year, around 1 million pounds of junk gets set out to the curb for Streets Division crews to collect, so it’s important to follow the rules so collection can be fast and safe.

To learn about the yearly move-out and how you can help go to www.cityofmadison.com/MovingDays.

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