For a complete list of offices and services, see cityofmadison.com.
Unless otherwise indicated, offices are located in the City-County Building (CCB), 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 53703. The Municipal Building (MB) is located at 215 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
_Mayor Paul R. Soglin
After a 14-year absence, this is Soglin's third tenure as the city's chief executive.
Rm. 403, CCB
608-266-4611; TTY 266-4443
Cats and dogs in the city of Madison must be registered and wear a rabies vaccination tag provided by certified veterinarians after inoculation and an owner identification tag, which may be obtained from the Humane Society, veterinary clinics and pet stores.
City Treasurer, Rm. 107, CCB
Animal Services (animal control)
Call to report animal bites, neglect/cruelty, injured animals. Lost pet? Call the Dane County Humane Society at 608-838-0413.
608-255-2345 (live animal control)
Bicycle Registration/Lost and Found
Madison requires that all bicycles used in the city have current registration; register online (madisonpay.com), by mail (you can print the form off the website) or in person at any bike shop or at the Treasurer's Office in the City-County Building.
608-266-4474 (registration); 608-267-8611 (lost and found)
Equal opportunity commission, discrimination complaints, affirmative action.
Rm. 523, CCB
Common Council Office
Meets first and third Tuesdays, 6:30 pm, Rm. 201; August and December first Tuesday only.
Rm. 417, CCB
608-266-4071; meeting info, 608-266-4601
Complaints (nuisance, non-emergencies)
For barking dogs, stray or dangerous animals, noise, panhandling, city problems.
Steven Davis, fire chief, 325 W. Johnson St., 53703
Planting, trimming and maintenance for trees along city streets, in parks, golf courses, cemeteries and greenways.
1402 Wingra Creek Parkway, 53715
608-246-4532 (public property); 608-266-4551 (private property)
There are over 120 neighborhood associations in the Madison area that provide opportunities for residents to network, volunteer for activities/projects to improve their area, and engage in placemaking efforts. Find your neighborhood on the city website.
Department of Planning and Development, MMB, PO Box 2985, 53701
All things parking-related, including getting a residential parking permit. Vehicle towed? 608-266-4170.
Rm. 100, MB
See also "Parks" for more info.
Rm. 120, CCB
Planning and Community and Economic Development Department
Rm. LL-100, MB, PO Box 2985, 53703
608-266-4635; building permits, 608-266-4558
Mike Koval, police chief, 211 S. Carroll St., Rm. GR-28, 53709
general: 608-266-4022; non-emergency dispatch: 608-266-4275; parking tickets: 608-266-4170; Crime Stoppers, 608-266-6014
Public Health, Madison and Dane County
Rm. 507, CCB
Report a problem
Got a problem? Tell someone who cares. City website features fill-in forms for complaints regarding everything from erosion control to dead animal pickup.
Call City Engineering at 608-266-4430 7:30 am-11 pm Mon.-Fri. and 9 am-11 pm Sat.-Sun. If after hours, call the Water Utility dispatcher at 608-266-4665.
To report areas where speeding is a problem.
Streets and Recycling
Repairs, potholes, snow and ice control, garbage collection, recycling, brush and large-item collection. Go to the website to download the free app with info on collection schedules, recycling, more. Brush and yard waste information line: 608-267-2088. Snow Emergency Hotline: 608-261-9111.
West: 1501 W. Badger Rd., 608-266-4681; East: 4602 Sycamore Ave., 608-246-4532
Coordinates motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic; plans for and designs new transportation infrastructure improvements; oversees the installation and maintenance of traffic signals, street lights, traffic signs, and pavement markings. For malfunctioning traffic lights and downed signs, call 608-266-4767.
Suite 100, MB
Held in the city clerk's office, Rm. 103, CCB, 8 am-4:30 pm, Mon.-Fri.; any city of Madison fire department; city of Madison library during regular hours; by mail (call 608-266-4601 for form), or at polls with proper ID. Change of address for registered voters, call 608-266-4601. Check website for voter ID changes, updates.
Providing safe, reliable, high-quality water to homes and businesses across Madison since 1882.
119 E. Olin Ave., 53713