Shaping a new vision for the Alliant Energy Center Campus


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

Protecting today while planning for the future...

You have undoubtedly been inundated with the many, many ways the global coronavirus pandemic is impacting the world around you. Every action you take, every decision you make and every plan you consider for the future is now examined through the lens of COVID-19. The redevelopment effort of the Alliant Energy Center campus is no different.

Since 2016, community members, elected officials and development experts have worked tirelessly to create a master plan for this revered community asset that has contributed so much economic and social value to our community for nearly a century. Now, as we near completion of another significant milestone in the process – the schematic design phase – we, too, are considering the best road forward and thinking about how to pivot our efforts to ensure we are advancing in a way that will best serve our community and our region.
 
There are many exciting things to acknowledge related to this effort – in spite of the extreme challenges and devastation the pandemic is causing. The Redevelopment Committee and its new chair, Patrick Miles, are eager to help advance the efforts to secure our community’s future by rebuilding and re-establishing the Alliant Energy Center and the entire county as an economic engine that strengthens our region. Visit the following links to learn more about:  

 

 

About this website

This website contains documents and information that have been developed over the past ten years regarding the planning and future options for the Alliant Energy Center. Building from these past efforts, the County Board created the Alliant Energy Center Redevelopment Committee in 2018 to guide funding and governance for improvements to the campus grounds and facilities. 

If you have questions or you are interested in learning more about the AEC Master Plan Master Plan implementation process, please check back to this website for updates and contact us by sending your comments to our Dane County offices.