Review information on what makes Monona not just a great place to visit but to live as well.
Monona's after school program for kids encourages health and wellness through physical activity and play.
The Aldo Leopold Nature Center (ALNC) is a non-profit organization located in Monona offering opportunities and programs to connect with nature.
The Community Center offers classes and community events, plus rooms which are available for rental.
Local community, school, and non-profit groups can submit a message for posting on the City's electronic community sign, located on the corner of West Broadway and Bridge Road.
Monona Community Media consists of a cable access TV station, a low-power FM radio station, and a YouTube channel with recorded videos as well as live streaming.
The Monona Bank RiverRink is the City's of Monona's outdoor ice skating rink located at Grand Crossing Park. It's open seasonally from early winter until early spring.
Immaculate Heart of Mary is a preschool through eighth grade Catholic school located in Monona.
Connect with this local group of volunteers who address areas of need in our community.
Discover the programs and services offered by Monona's award-winning library.
Learn about this resource for organizations and businesses in our community to help them provide better customer service for people who may have dementia.
Monona's dog park is free for residents with a municipal dog license.
The Monona Farmer's Market runs every Sunday from May through October at Ahuska Park.
Visit the website for the highly rated Monona Grove School District.
Read about the beautiful mural which is painted on Monona's Well House #3 building across from South Towne Mall.
Located in the Monona Community Center, Monona Parks & Recreation offers great programs for all ages.
Learn what you can do to get involved in the Police Department's various community programs.
View the Mad City Homeless Resource Guide.
The Monona Senior Center is located in the lower level of the Community Center and offers a wide range of programs for adults 50 and better.
Learn about Monona's sustainability efforts and how you can get involved.
Resources for renters.
Visit Monona's local newspaper.
Monona's very own low-power radio station is found at 98.7 FM.