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MADISON'S RESPONSE TO COVID19

The Town Office will remain closed to the public until further notice.  Staff will do their best to respond to inquires over the phone or email.  The drop box remains open for paperwork to be submitted.  Call 696-3971

Public Utilities such as Madison Electric, Anson/Madison Sanitary District & Anson/Madison Water District have also closed their offices to the public.   

PLAYGROUNDS As the weather improves some will want to utilize public amenities such as playgrounds and basketball courts.  These are considered closed at this time even though the Town cannot physically lock out the facilities.  Please practice proper social distancing. 

VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS  Emergency Legislation has extended vehicle registrations to a point 30 days beyond the end of the Governor's declared State of Emergency.  There are also provisions for private sale transactions. 

To renew a current motor vehicle registration click here. 

For hunting/fishing/boat & ATV registrations click here

For a list of general resources for residents click here

Are you schooling from home?  Click here for free resources from MSAD59

More information will be posted as it comes available.  Thank you for your cooperation 

 

A Green Economy

With millions of dollars invested in greenhouse farming and new forest products, Madison's business development is going green. 

GO-Lab in Madison

GO-Lab founder and president Josh Henry sat down with Town Manager Tim Curtis and host Chris Perkins for segment of "Now You Know" on Somerset County Television Channel 11.  Click here to view the program

Job Opportunity

The Town of Madison (pop 4,750) currently has an opening for Code Enforcement.  The position is part time (up to 24 hours per week).  Experience is preferred but not required.  Click here to see at Job Description. Training will be provided and paid for by the Town within the first year of employment.  Click here to download a job application.  Call 696-3971 and speak to Town Manager Tim Curtis for more information.  

Living Well in Madison 

With help from AARP and Somerset Public Health a local steering committee has compiled an Age-Friendly work plan for the Town.  Click here to see the latest draft

ONLINE BURN PERMITS

Online service available free of charge to residents of Madison. Click here to obtain a burn permit.

TRANSFER STATION HOURS

Operating hours for the Residential Transfer Station on Airport Road in Norridgewock are Wednesday through Friday 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  A residential permit is required.

 

CONSUMER FIREWORKS  Summertime fun usually includes consumer fireworks.  Please be considerate of your neighbors.  State law says no displays after 10pm.  Click here for details.Waste Management Hours

 

BUILDING PERMITS REQUIRED

Maine Uniform Building & Energy Code (MUBEC) requires building permits for nearly all types of structures and renovations in Town's with more than 4,000 people.  Click here to see the latest updates for obtaining a building permit in Madison. 

Knitters Wanted for a Purling Posse.  Click here for more details

Online Burn Permits

Online service available free of charge to residents of Madison. Click here to obtain a burn permit.

Public Bus Schedule

Somerset Explorer local bus schedule for Madison residents. Click here

Business Friendly

See what makes Madison one of the state's 30 business friendly communities

Electronic Sign 

The message board at the Main Street Park is available for promotion of certain local events.  If your nonprofit would like to have a brief message on the sign, click here for the usages policy and procedure.

Comprehensive Plan  The Madison Comprehensive Plan was most recently updated in 2014. The entire plan is available for review at the Town Office.

People Who Care Food Cupboard
The Food Cupboard is open Wednesdays  9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and serves the towns of Madison and Anson.  It is located at 108 Old Point Avenue.