Linden Park Neighborhood Sign


Welcome to the Linden Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) website. This site is designed to be your neighborhood portal with content designed to not only keep you informed, but to facilitate your needs. You will not only find general information about the neighborhood, but links to a neighborhood forum where you can interact with all of your neighbors, upcoming neighborhood association meetings, information about covenants and restrictions as well as architectural control committee applications for your projects. The “Forum” page will...

Christmas Tree Collection

Christmas Tree Collection / Hemlock Scale

On December 26, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP) issued a notice  that an invasive species known as the elongate hemlock scale was found on evergreen wreaths, boughs, and other evergreen ornaments. As previously noted, the Streets Division will not collect wreaths, evergreen rope, garlands, boughs, and similar evergreen ornaments when crews pick up Christmas trees. These items should be placed into the tan refuse cart for disposal, per the previous directions from the Streets Division and the notice from DATCP ....

Speed Bump on Redan Drive

Speeding Update – New Calming Device

Although we had collected only a very few signatures, I am happy to announce that the City of Madison has gone ahead and installed a new traffic calming device – in this case a concrete speed bump – on Redan Drive, south of Ancient Oak Lane due to the proximity to Olson Elementary. We consider this only a first step in combating speeding in our neighborhood and thank the City of Madison for being supportive in our endeavor.

Madison Fire Station 12

Annual Neighborhood Meeting

The 2018 annual neighborhood meeting will be held on June 4 at 6 PM, located at Fire Station No 12, 400 South Point Road. Expect the meeting to go approximately 1 hour. The budget will be discussed, and any new concerns you might have with the neighborhood. You should receive a letter with a meeting agenda soon.

Speeding in Neighborhood – Signatures Needed!

UPDATE: 22 May, 2018 After waiting several additional weeks, I still only received a total of only five household signatures to forward to the City for processing. Despite numerous complaints of speeding, this is the result. Unfortunately, this is as far as this issue will go. We do not have enough official interest to move forward. —– At the request of MANY of our neighbors, I have been coordinating with the City of Madison to help curtail speeding in our...

Recycling Cardboard

How to Handle Excess Cardboard

From the City of Madison: Bundle it or bring to drop-off site. The holidays are considered “the season of giving” for many, but for the recycling collection operators of the Streets Division the holidays are the “season of cardboard.” This time of year the Streets Division recycling collection operators see many homes with more cardboard than can fit into the recycling carts. Excess cardboard can be a challenge for operators to pick quickly and safely. The only place for excess...

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