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Southwest Madison

Southwest Madison residents enjoy living on the outskirts of the city, but within a short drive to all Madison has to offer.  Neighborhoods in southwest Madison feature newer single family homes, with condos available as well.  Only 20 minutes to downtown Madison, easy access to Hwy 151 and the beltline 12/14 make this a desirable area to live.

Elver Park, Madison
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Popular Southwest Neighborhoods

1.) Meadowood
The Meadowood Neighborhood Association was organized on July 11, 1958, with the purpose to “work for community betterment,” and to “promote fellowship.” To this end, the Association works for the Meadowood Area by sponsoring activities for residents, civic involvement, and representing the area with the City of Madison and other entities to benefit Meadowood residents.
Points of Interest: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Meadowood Community Garden, Meadowridge Library, Meadowood Neighborhood Center, Meadowood Park, Orchard Ridge Elementary School, SW Farmer’s Market, Toki Middle School

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Meadow Neighborhood website www.meadowoodneighbors.org

2.) Greentree Neighborhood
If you live in the Greentree neighborhood here in Madison, Wisconsin, you know what a great neighborhood this is! Greentree Neighborhood is a predominately single-family residential neighborhood with multifamily living flanking Hammersley Road. Greentree’s neighborhood association is active, engaged and committed. Our neighborhood association provides a collective voice when expressing concerns to the City, a source for information on area community events, and builds a stronger sense of neighborhood community through fun neighborhood events. Come live in our active corner in Madison. We have neighborhood events all year round!
Points of Interest: Falk Elementary School, Madison Ice Arena, Vitense Golf Course and Miniature Golf, West Madison Little League Field

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Greentree Neighborhood website www.gtna.org

3.) Prairie Hills
The Prairie Hills Neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin is bordered by Hammersley Road to the North, McKenna Boulevard to the West, Prairie Road to the East, and Putnam Road to the South. There are about 1,200 households in the area.Points of Interest: Elver Park, Meadowood Community Center, Meadowood Branch Library, Prairie Hills Garden, SW Farmer’s Market.

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Prairie Hills website prairiehillsna.org

4.) Maple Prairie
We are a neighborhood association located on the southwest side of Madison that is made up of the combined boundaries of the Maple Grove and Prairie Hills neighborhoods.Neighborhood children attend Verona Schools. We are only minutes away from regional shopping and entertainment venues. Maple-Prairie Park, a 12.5-acre city park, is located in the heart of the neighborhood. It is active with children on the playground, youth and adult soccer games, and seniors strolling through the grassy areas. Multifamily living is located along the southwestern edge of the park making it convenient for apartment dwellers.

Places of Interest: Maple Prairie Park


City of Madison Neighborhood Information

5.) Stone Meadows
The Stone Meadows Neighborhood Association (SMNA) is on Madison’s far southwest side. César Chávez Elementary School is located on the western edge of our neighborhood. Chavez is Madison’s newest elementary school built in over thirty years. Stone Meadows has access to natural and recreational resources. Residents can play at the local parks (Apple Ridge, Maple Prairie, Sandstone, or Quarry Cove), bicycle on the Military Ridge State Park Trail, or take their dog to Badger Prairie Dog Park.
Places of Interest: Badger Prairie County Park, Badger Prairie County Dog Park, Chavez Elementary School, Goose Pond, Military Ridge State Park Trail

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Stone Meadows Website www.smna.org

6.) Glacier Ridge

Places of Interest: Chavez Elementary School, Glacier Crossing, Ice Age Ridge Park.

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

7.) Country Grove
Country Grove Estates is located on the southwest side of Madison. Our neighborhood consists of approximately 300 households. Two-story, split-level, and ranch homes were built in the late 1990s. Our neighborhood is young: new families with young children enjoy the convenience of the neighborhood parks and close proximity to Chavez Elementary School. Conveniently located on the far west side of Madison, Country Grove Estates offers protected green spaces and walkways and an ecologically friendly waterway.

Places of Interest: Chavez Elementary School, Country Grove Park, Ice Age Ridge Park.

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Country Grove Website www.countrygrove.org

8.) Hawk’s Landing

Our mission is to make living at Hawks Landing Homeowner’s Association more enjoyable and fulfilling. Our association consists of approximately 300 homes located along side Hawks Landing Golf Club. Ideally located on Madison’s popular west side, Hawks Landing is convenient to schools, shopping, entertainment, many restaurants, and employment centers including the new Epic Campus in Verona. Panoramic views of the golf course and surrounding hillside will leave a lasting impression.

Places of Interest: Hawk’s Landing Golf and Tennis Club, Paul Olson Elementary School.

City of Madison Neighborhood Information

Visit the Hawk’s Landing Website www.hawklandingha.com

Neighborhood Information from the City of Madison: http://www.cityofmadison.com/neighborhoods/profile/sw.html

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