Posted on: April 20, 2017

TIF 12 expansion recommended by Sun Prairie Plan Commission

Sun Prairie’s newest Tax Increment Finance (TIF) District, #12, will expand if the Sun Prairie City Council accepts three approval recommendations made April 11 by the Sun Prairie Plan Commission.

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Posted on: March 15, 2017

US 151 resurfacing project, Sun Prairie, set to begin

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will hold a public information meeting to preview the upcoming US 151 resurfacing project in Sun Prairie. The meeting will be held at 4 p.m. on March 20 in the Sun Prairie City Hall Council Chambers, 300 E. Main ...Read on...


Posted on: January 6, 2017

Check out the new Sun Prairie Government Services Application!

The City of Sun Prairie is rolling out a new application for citizens to learn about the various services that the City provides to them, including trash and recycling days, emergency services, the library, and the museum. In the application, citizens wil...

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Sun Prairie Government Services Application

Posted on: March 8, 2017

Committee on Transportation to Distribute Survey

The Ad-hoc Steering Committee on Transportation has created a citizen survey to gather feedback on residents’ alternative/public transportation preferences, thoughts, and suggestions. The survey will gauge participants’ awareness and u...

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Posted on: December 29, 2016

Ad Hoc Transportation Committee Announces Web Presence

The City of Sun Prairie Ad Hoc Transportation Committee has been meeting regularly, and is beginning to transition from fact-finding to identifying actionable alternatives for a variety of topics. Five workgroups have been created to help identify and pri...

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Transportation Webpage
Posted on: December 14, 2016

WisDOT Interstate bypass plans draws concerns

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Published December 8, 2016 - To relieve traffic congestion on I-39/90/94 the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is studying highway bypass options that would cut through farms and homes in a path that stretches from Poynette to Cottage Grove.

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