Where is Midvale Heights?
This Madison neighborhood is nestled between the west Beltline, Midvale Blvd. and Segoe Rd., Dotted with ranch-style homes and split levels, the neighborhood has an active community with summer concerts, an annual picnic and a summer youth tee-ball program.
Originally settled in the 1850s, Midvale Heights is one of Madison’s oldest communities. By the early 1950s Midvale Heights real estate was comprised of a variety of subdivisions, including Oakville Heights, Kenmore, Hillview, Third Oak, and Coney Weston.
While many parts of Madison were still being settled and established, the rapid expansion of Midvale Heights led to the creation of a neighborhood association in 1954. Today, Midvale Heights includes more than 1,300 homes and approximately 1,500 living units spread over 616 acres.
Dotted with parks, Midvale Heights is home to eight city parks including Garner Park, Oak Park Heights and Odana Hills Park. It also houses the Odana School Park dog🐕 park and Odana Hills Golf Course.
Neighborhood children attend Midvale/Lincoln for elementary school and Hamilton for middle school. Madison West High School serves the high school students.
The easy access to bike trails, downtown, Hilldale, Sequoya Commons and the Beltline make the neighborhood popular for young families and retirees.