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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. madison complaint webforms problem
Speeding Hotline

To report areas where speeding is a problem. madison hotline speeding
Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation
PO Box 5219, 53546
Supports statewide initiatives that promote and encourage all aspects of historic preservation. madison still address listed with membership info, 6/13
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau
615 E. Washington Ave., 53703
608-255-2537; 800-373-6376
Promotes greater Madison as a leisure travel and convention destination. Maps, visitor guide. madison
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce
615 E. Washington Ave., 53703; PO Box 71, 53701
A not-for-profit business membership organization dedicated to growing the economy and improving the quality of life in greater Madison. madison
Water Utility
119 E. Olin Ave., 53713
Providing safe, reliable, high quality water to homes and businesses across Madison since 1882. madison water
Traffic Engineering
Suite 100, MB
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. madison traffic
Sewer Maintenance/Emergency

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. madison sewer
Rm. 120, CCB
See also "Parks" for more info. madison parks
Rm. 100, MB
All things parking-related, including getting a residential parking permit. Vehicle towed? 608-266-4170. madison parking
Neighborhood Associations
Department of Planning and Development, MMB, PO Box 2985, 53701
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. neighborhood madison
_Mayor Paul R. Soglin
Rm. 403, CCB
608-266-4611; TTY 266-4443
After a 14-year absence, this is Soglin's third tenure as the city's chief executive. mayor madison
Forestry Office
1402 Wingra Creek Parkway, 53715
Planting, trimming and maintenance for trees along city streets, in parks, golf courses, cemeteries and greenways. madison forestry
Civil Rights
Rm. 523, CCB
Equal opportunity commission, discrimination complaints, affirmative action. madison civilrights
Common Council Office
Rm. 417, CCB
608-266-4071; meeting info, 608-266-4601,
Meets first and third Tuesdays, 6:30 pm, Rm. 201; August and December first Tuesday only. madison commoncouncil citycouncil
Bicycle Registration/Lost and Found

608-266-4474 (registration); 608-267-8611 (lost and found)
Madison requires that all bicycles used in the city have current registration; register online (, 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. biking madison license bicycle
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