The Parkwood Hills Neighborhood on the west side of Madison has a lot to offer the 1,867 residents who live there — from its convenient location to a neighborhood pool and access to wide open spaces.
Lake Edge residents take pride in the vibrancy and friendliness of this place they call home.
Neighbors in this area, also known as Worthington Park, have worked hard to build a sense of community here — and if you ask the old-timers, they’ve made some clear advances in recent years.
Whether you love nature, appreciate a short commute, or just enjoy a sense of community with your neighbors, the Spring Harbor Neighborhood is ready to welcome you!
No matter how active the Kennedy Heights Community Center may be, this neighborhood has much more to offer than just the Center...
Recent years have seen a growing effort to improve the Allied Dunn's Marsh area making the neighborhood safe again.
Once upon a time, the greatest sense of community within the Sherman Neighborhood on Madison’s north side, was focused on the schools, the students and their parents. But today, that’s changed.
When we say, “Park Place” we aren’t talking about the coveted Monopoly Game property, but to residents of the Emerson Neighborhood, the parks here are every bit as valuable. And extremely diverse.
You’ll see groups of students walking these streets... many of them will turn into one of the cobbled pathways leading up to a large & stately Victorian or Period Revival style house that tells the tale...
Neighbors here are clearly aware of the value of community. This well-known quote beneath the “LVM” logo on the Neighborhood Association website: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so...