City of Madison, Indiana / City of Madison Updates

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City of Madison, Indiana / City of Madison Updates

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3 Nov 2022

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  • 1 participant
  • 3 minutes
roadway
highway
avenue
madison
crosswalks
traffic
lanes
sidewalks
downtown
planning
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11 Oct 2022

Check out our latest Madison on the Move video highlighting the significant improvements to the Oakhill neighborhood and learn more about infrastructure improvements being made across the community.
  • 4 participants
  • 3 minutes
sidewalks
neighborhood
madison
community
city
strollers
parks
improvements
initiatives
oak
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5 Aug 2022

Check out the latest video highlighting the great things happening in our parks!
  • 3 participants
  • 4 minutes
parks
park
madison
recreation
golf
campground
community
benefits
riverfront
reinvest
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20 Dec 2021

Our Southern Indiana, the Regional Development Authority (RDA) that includes the City of Madison and Jefferson County, has been awarded $50 million in state READI grant funds.

The five-county Our Southern Indiana region was one of only five regions that received the maximum amount from the initiative. The funds will be used for multiple projects covering a wide range of areas from infrastructure to parks within Jefferson, Clark, Floyd, Scott, and Washington counties.

Proposed projects for the Madison area focus on destination and workforce development such as an amphitheater, gateway improvements, new housing, improving the Mulberry Street arts corridor, restoring the Ohio Theater, completing our neighborhood market, developing a veterinary teaching center at Hanover College in partnership with Ivy Tech-Madison, and the Hanover-Madison Connector Trail.

“This $50 million investment will go a long way toward our shared goals of improving quality of place, public safety, housing, infrastructure, and more,” said Mayor Courtney. “I’m looking forward to the work ahead and will continue to push for READI grant funds to be put to the best use for the City of Madison.”

Check out our video proposal.
  • 3 participants
  • 3 minutes
madison
downtown
indianapolis
planning
town
residents
destination
housing
ready
grants
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