Find out how you can make a difference by "adopting" a storm drain in your neighborhood to help keep leaves and other debris from flowing to our lakes.
Need to submit an application or apply for a permit? Find what you're looking for here.
Find out about Monona's free brush and leaf collection programs for residents.
Learn about building inspection services in Monona.
Find interactive maps for all City of Monona properties, including zoning, districts for trash, recycling and brush collection, voting wards, etc.
View the current issue of the City's bi-annual newsletter and recreation guide.
Licenses for your dog or cat are available for purchase annually at City Hall. Monona's dog park is free for residents with a municipal pet license.
Learn about Monona's fire department and emergency medical services.
The City of Monona maintains more than 5,000 trees in City-owned rights-of-ways and parks. Find more information about our urban forest here.
Contact Monona's Municpal Court.
One-stop shop for new Monona residents, with information on government services, community resources, sustainability and more.
The Monona Bank RiverRink is the City of Monona's outdoor ice rink at Grand Crossing Park. It's open seasonally from early winter until early spring.
Visit the Monona Public Library's page to learn all about the services and programs offered by our award-winning library.
Pay various bills through the city's online payment options.
Monona's Parks & Recreation Department offers programs, activities, and events for all ages!
Explore the resources offered by our police department.
Learn about where you can find your property's assessment and how to appeal your assessment.
View information on current and planned road and other public construction projects in Monona.
Learn about Monona Express, Monona's commuter bus service, and Monona Lift for elderly and disabled riders.
Learn about this City program which offers residents low-interest loans in order to make substantial improvements to their homes.
Do you see a broken piece of playground equipment, a pothole that needs filling, a sidewalk trip hazard? Report your concerns to city staff here.
A permit is required anytime work is performed in a city-owned right of way, including for the replacement of driveway aprons. Read about this permit process here.
Visit the Monona Senior Center's page for services, programs, and events just for Monona's senior citizens.
Read about the City's policies for removing snow and ice from our streets.
Learn about Monona's commitment to sustainability and how you can get involved.
Find the information you're looking for regarding Monona's trash and recycling collection.
Explore this link for information about your drinking water and utility bills.
Monona's very own low-power radio station is found at 98.7 FM.