The City of Madison has been asked by the U.S. Postal Service to change the format of our water bills because they have been causing problems with their processing machinery. The water bills will no longer be perforated. Instead, the new format requires that the bills be cut with scissors for the return portion. The city apologizes for any inconvenience.
The Madison Police Department has partnered with CVS Pharmacy and its Medication Disposal for Safer Communities Program. Click here for more information.
Madison Central High School students are among the nation's top scholars on the ACT! Ninety students have qualified for the school's new 30-Plus Club by scoring in the top 5 percent of the nation on the college admissions test......more
Firearms Open Carry Law
Information for businesses and individuals related to the recently enacted firearms open carry statute and Madison city ordinance can be found here.
Madison The City announces Text Messaging Service - For more information and to sign up click here.
Lt. Governor Tate Reeves to Speak at MONA Meeting
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves will be the guest speaker at MONA's quarterly meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be in the cafeteria of Madison Avenue Upper Elementary. Everyone is invited. You don't have to be a member of the Madison Organization of Neighborhood Associations to attend.
The first season of the Downtown Madison Farmers Market has ended. Thanks for the vendors who provided the fresh fruits and vegetables and the specialty items and to the customers who shopped each Tuesday afternoon to make the market a success.
The market will return next spring.
Any vendors wanting to be a part of the downtown Market need to pre-register by calling Robin McCrory, (601) 941-8392.