Over the past 22 years, the Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable has been a great platform for those of us who want to learn and share ideas that motivate us to work collaboratively for a more thriving and equitable place to live. This is why I would like to invite you to attend the Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable, scheduled for Saturday, November 2, at the Madison Central Library from 9:00 am to noon. Light refreshments and childcare, as well as interpreters in Hmong, Spanish, and ASL will be provided during the whole event.

As housing is one of my priorities, this year we will discuss how the city is addressing economic growth, good quality jobs and efficient and sustainable transportation. Your input and ideas will be valuable to city staff, policy makers, and the different organizations that are working on overcoming these challenges. There will also be around ten roundtable conversations that will address a wide variety of topics, such as healthy food access, traffic calming techniques, Bus Rapid Transit, and Census 2020, to name a few.

Our community-wide roundtable is about making new connections, forming new partnerships, and strategizing together about how we can celebrate and tackle our neighborhoods’ greatest challenges. It is also about expression – showcasing some of the coolest placemaking projects, applauding creative ways neighbors achieved desired changes, and celebrating the work that residents do to make their blocks and neighborhoods better places to live.

We have reached our capacity for the Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable and are no longer able to accept registrations. You can still participate by watching our Facebook live broadcast or watch it later on Madison City Channel.

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