Madison Wisconsin US Map

Madison, Wisconsin, is divided into various districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and amenities. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.
Here are descriptions of a few prominent areas:

  1. Downtown:
    • The heart of Madison, Downtown is situated on the isthmus between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona.
    • State Street, a pedestrian mall, is a bustling area with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
    • The Capitol Square, home to the Wisconsin State Capitol, is surrounded by government buildings, museums, and cultural institutions.
  2. Capitol East District:
    • East of the Capitol, this area has seen significant development in recent years.
    • It features a mix of residential and commercial spaces, including trendy apartments, offices, and retail establishments.
    • The Breese Stevens Field, a historic sports venue, is located in this district.
  3. Willy Street (Williamson-Marquette):
    • Often referred to as the “Willy Street” neighborhood, this area is known for its eclectic and diverse atmosphere.
    • Williamson Street is lined with unique shops, art galleries, and restaurants.
    • The neighborhood has a strong sense of community and is home to a variety of events and festivals.
  4. Monona Bay:
    • Situated on the shores of Lake Monona, this area offers beautiful views and recreational opportunities.
    • John Nolen Drive, running along Monona Bay, provides a scenic route with parks and bike paths.
    • The neighborhood is a mix of residential and green spaces.
  5. Near West Side:
    • This area is home to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and the University Hospital.
    • Vilas and Monroe Street neighborhoods offer a mix of student housing, historic homes, and a vibrant commercial district.
    • Camp Randall Stadium, the Badgers’ football stadium, is a focal point for sports enthusiasts.
  6. University Hill Farms:
    • Located on the west side, this residential neighborhood is known for its quiet streets and proximity to the university.
    • Many homes were built in the mid-20th century, giving the area a suburban feel within the city.
  7. West Towne:
    • Situated on the west side of Madison, this district is known for its shopping and commercial areas.
    • West Towne Mall is a major shopping destination, and the district has a mix of residential and business spaces.
  8. Fitchburg:
    • While not within the city limits of Madison, Fitchburg is a neighboring community with its own distinct character.
    • Fitchburg offers a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas.
  9. Shorewood Hills:
    • A residential neighborhood on the west side, Shorewood Hills is known for its affluent character and tree-lined streets.
    • It is close to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has a mix of architectural styles.

These descriptions provide just a glimpse into the diverse neighborhoods and districts that make up Madison, Wisconsin. Each area has its own charm, amenities, and community vibe, catering to a range of preferences and lifestyles.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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