A new set of data (2020 Edition) has been added to the City of Madison’s Neighborhood Indicators Project(NIP)—a tracking system with trend data going back to 2008. NIP was designed by the City of Madison in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Applied Population Lab. Interested in learning more about NIP data and the NIP website? The City of Madison Planning Division offers free workshops to local organizations. Please contact Urvashi Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Madison Public Library is hosting an in-person, outdoor resource fair at Penn Park on Tuesday, June 29 from 12-5 p.m. Local residents can get connected to community services in a fun, informal environment. The South Madison Planning team will be sharing information and asking for public feedback on the DRAFT Recommendations and Strategies for the area, and the DRAFT Focus Area Concepts.
Remember to Schedule Your Large Item Collection!
On June 1, the Streets Division began a new large item collection system where residents must schedule their large item pickup to guarantee collection. You can schedule your large item collection at www.cityofmadison.com/LargeItem.
Movies with Madison Parks and more!
Now that COVID Public Health restrictions have been lifted, the City of Madison, Parks Division has created a series of community events that are free and accessible to the public. To learn more, check out City Parks Calendar.