ON TUESDAY MARCH 5TH, 2024 THE MADISON TOWN OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE ELECTION DUE TO UNDERSTAFFING AT THE POLLS.
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS CLICK HERE
BACKGROUND CHECK FORMS CLICK HERE
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT INFORMATION REGARDING THE MARCH 5TH PRIMARY ELECTION.
NOMINATION PAPERS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE CLERKS OFFICE FOR THE JUNE 11th ELECTION.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE: Informative Hearing Regarding Policing in Madison 02/26/2024 6PM at Old Point Meeting Room. Opportunity to speak citizen concerns.
ATTENTION VOTERS: Click Here to learn about voter registration cards.
Somerset Broadband Coalition:
The Somerset Broadband Coalition is an arm of the SEDC comprised of 27 community organizations to bridge the digital divide in Somerset County. Their mission is to ensure that residents have the ability to fully participate socially, have the tools necessary to support and prosper in health, education, community, employment and finances. Click Here to learn more. For more information, please call 207-474-0166.
NOTICE: Madison has received limited funds from Somerset County to assist individuals impacted by the December 18th storm. If you are a Madison resident and experienced significant flooding, displacement, and are facing considerable repairs, please call the Town Manager and find out how we can help you!
Additionally, Mainers who have experienced damages as a result of the December 18 wind and rainstorm are encouraged to report those damages by calling 211 Maine.
Reporting the damage does NOT mean a resident is applying for assistance. This information is to assess damages and will be provided to your town to enable them to learn who has storm-related damages. A series of questions will be submitted via a damage assessment survey link. Individuals should continue to file claims with private homeowners or auto insurance. If a person has damage, the first step is to take pictures, and report it to 211 Maine by texting the zip code to 898-211 or call 211. Receiving a presidential disaster declaration, particularly one that offers individual assistance, is based on extent of damage. Before individuals can apply for aid, the state has to prove the extent to damage to individual properties. Even if an individual does not have major damage or your insurance may cover repairs, submitting a damage assessment may help others in the community-- neighbors -- get the support needed to begin their journey to post-storm recovery.
Madison is home to TIMBERHP, click here to view their impact video!
News Release: USDA Provides Grants and Loans to Repair Single Family Homes Damaged by Hurricane Lee click here.
Click here for the housing applications for 55 Weston Avenue.
Madison-Anson Days 2024 - Interested Volunteers click here.
For June 13th, 2023 Municipal Election Results click here.
Other Helpful Links:
To renew a current motor vehicle registration click here.
For a list of general resources for residents click here