Neighborhood Updates from the City of Madison – 9/3/21

Crossing Guards Needed – The City of Madison is looking to fill a few more Crossing Guard positions, particularly in the west/near west area. The time commitment is typically around 10 hours per week, depending on the location. Candidates should have a desire to help children walk/bike to school safely. Apply online at City of Madison Jobs.

Walk-tober – October is a great month for walking! Walk to work, walk to the store, walk to school, or just walk for fun. Walk-tober includes ideas for nature walks, library walks, walks to school and more. Visit the Traffic Engineering webpage to learn more: Walk-tober This webpage will be updated soon with 2021 information.

Town of Madison Public Information Meeting September 15 – Come to a virtual public information meeting, September 15 at 6:00 p.m. to learn more about the Town of Madison Attachment. Visit the Planning Division webpage for details:

Madison Parks Movies this Fall

Saturday, September 11, 2:00pmWarner Park SoulFriday, September 17, 6:00pmGalaxy Park Tom & JerrySaturday, September 18, 6:00pmHigh Point Park Who Framed Roger RabbitTuesday, September 21, 6:00pmMcGinnis Park Toy Story 4Friday, September 24, 7:00pmPeace (Elizabeth Link) Park Spaceballs

Metro Redesign – Metro Transit has moved into Phase Two of their Network Redesign Project which focuses on examining the ‘network alternatives.’ To learn more, and to take a brief survey in English or Spanish, go here: Metro Route Redesign PHASE 2 Input. Project leaders and City staff will also host a virtual Public Information Meeting on September 23, at 6:00 p.m.

Capital Improvement Plan – On August 31, Mayor Rhodes-Conway released the 2022 Executive Capital Budget and 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) detailing her funding proposal for buildings, infrastructure, and other capital investments for Madison. View the City’s full budget process, along with detailed budget information, at