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  1. Snow

    Sprinkler Systems and Freezing Temps

    Please turn off sprinkler systems when the forecast is calling for temperatures to be below freezing to prevent icing on sidewalks and roadways. Read on...
  2. Niche

    MCS Ranked Top 50 Schools in America

    Niche recently ranked Madison City Schools 46th out of 10,782 school districts in America, and also positioned MCS 2nd in the state. Read on...
  3. Recycling

    New Recycling Program Officially Begins

    Recycling Alliance of North Alabama (RANA) has begun for all of Huntsville, Madison County and Madison City residents. Email reminders will be sent out the evening before monthly collection days to the email used to register for the program. Read on...
  4. Madison

    2018 Key Accomplishments

    The City can measure Economic Development activity in numerous ways, and by all accounts, business is good! Read on...
  5. Storm Shelters

    Public Storm Shelter List

    Madison now offers a public storm shelter in City limits at the Madison Church of Christ located at 556 Hughes Road. Read on for more storm shelter information. Read on...
  6. Singing River Trail

    Singing River Trail Master Plan

    The Singing River Trail is a 70-mile trail vision for North Alabama. The trail would bring recreation, transportation, healthy living and economic development opportunities to the region. Read on...
  7. Niche

    Madison Named "Best Place to Live in Alabama"

    The City of Madison has earned the “Best Place to Live in Alabama” title. According to Niche.com‘s rankings, Madison scored an A+ in categories including Public Schools, Housing and Good for Families. Our City also scored an A Diversity and Jobs. Read on...
  8. Street Sweeping

    Street Sweeping Program

    Beginning the week of December 16th, street sweeping will begin on all curb and gutter streets in the City of Madison. Weather permitting; the street sweeping will be completed in 6 weeks. Read on...
  9. Pedestrian Crossing Project

    The City of Madison would like to inform residents that the pedestrian crossing projects at the intersections of Hardiman Road and Lena Cain Boulevard at County Line Road began 12/9. This work will take approximately two weeks, weather permitting. Read on...
  10. Multi Use Venue

    Multi-Use Venue Market Study and Letter from the Mayor

    Get more information regarding the Market Research presentation and a letter from Mayor Finley to Madison residents. Read More
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