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City of Madison Engineering

Engineering

116 W Center Street
Madison, SD 57042

P: (605) 256-7514

Responsibilities of Engineering Department

It shall be the duty of the City Engineer to locate lines and grades of all streets, sidewalks, alleys or other public ways, and to determine the position, size and construction of all sewers, waterworks, reservoirs, culverts, conduits, aqua ducts, bridges, viaducts or other public works, and to prepare plans, maps or profiles of the same, and to make estimates and furnish specifications for any of said work, whenever required to do so by the Board of Commissioners. He shall have general supervision of all contracts and other work for the City, and see that they are performed in a workmanlike manner, and in accordance with the authorized plans, and in conformity with the terms of the contracts and specifications.

(Code 1953, 8.0703; Ord. No. 745. 2-5-73)

Other duties include monitoring ROW Excavations, traffic control in work areas, sidewalk permits, zoning inspection, and act as a resource for other City Departments and the City Commission upon request for numerous additional projects. 

City Projects - September 2017

City Engineers would like to make the citizens of Madison aware of some scheduled work starting Monday, September 18th that will impact traffic. Please be aware and plan accordingly, as well as pay attention to the surroundings to assure safe and orderly traffic and pedestrian flow. Click for more details.

NOTICE: Parking and Signage Changes

There are a few changes taking place in Madison in regards to parking and signage. Please click for details.

Mosquito Surveillance Program

A pool of mosquitoes collected on August 16th tested positive for the virus. It is important to know that a mosquito tested positive for carrying of the virus, no human cases have been verified in Lake County. Click for more information.

City of Madison Honored for 30 Year Membership

The City of Madison has been honored for 30 years of membership with the SDML Workers’ Compensation Fund. The Fund is celebrating its 30 Year Anniversary by recognizing long-term loyal members. Click for more.