Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway released the following statement in response to the Common Council’s approval of a zoning change for the property at 437-445 W Johnson Street:
I applaud the Common Council’s vote on the planned development. While I share the urgency to create more
Last week, the Mayor joined Claire Oleksiak, Executive Director of Sustain Dane; Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole; Elevate Energy; and members of the first cohort of Efficiency Navigator participants for a press event to celebrate the achievements of the Efficiency Navigator program and announce that
As the coronavirus Public Health Emergency comes to an end, emergency federal funds – critical supports in our community that helped thousands of families maintain stability through the pandemic – are nearly depleted. Yesterday, the City and County announced that one of those supports, our joint
Last week, after extensive outreach to residents, the City’s Community Development Authority (CDA) is sharing an ambitious vision to fully redevelop housing for low-income residents and add many more units on a major piece of “the Triangle” Downtown.
At the November 22 Common Council meeting, Alder Heck, Alder Foster, Alder Vidaver and Mayor Rhodes-Conway introduced legislation to promote transit-oriented development along high capacity transit corridors in Madison. Transit-oriented development (TOD) is a pedestrian-oriented, compact, mixed-use
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway has declared November Homeless Awareness Month in Madison, part of her effort to raise public awareness around the extent and impacts of homelessness in our community, and asking local, state and national leaders to rededicate themselves to the goal of making
Last night, the City's Common Council accepted a $40,000 donation from the Madison Gas and Electric (MG&E) Foundation to support a new City initiative dedicated to helping people experiencing homelessness. The contribution, the first of two the Foundation will make, will offset costs at
Today the Mayor issued her 2023 capital budget and made the following remarks at a press conference in Olin Park.
Today, I am introducing my capital budget, and the infrastructure investments that underlie our city. In a month, I will be introducing my operating budget, which deals
On Monday, March 7, Governor Tony Evers announced the launch of the Wisconsin Help for Homeowners (WHH) program—a $92 million statewide program. This comes at a much-needed and long-awaited time for City of Madison homeowners following the expiration of the federal moratorium on foreclosures in
Announcing a Housing Forward Progress Report
Last April, I announced my Housing Forward initiative – a short-term plan to address our housing needs in Madison. It includes a number of City efforts to increase the amount of housing in Madison, increase housing choice, create more