"This is Madison" is the city's newest publication. It combines the best of both -- a city magazine and the Madison the City Chamber of Commerce directory -- into one informative and easy-to-read format. In the newly published magazine, you'll find a variety of stories about how Madison shops, leads, serves, lives, dines, learns, enjoys, plays, thrives, worships, works and remembers. There's a look at Madison's new Downtown Madison Farmers Market, an interview with Madison Alderman and Mayor Pro Tempore Steve Hickok, details about the city's retirement and recreation programs, information on local churches' building programs and much more.
Included are also a complete alphabetical listing and a buyer's guide of all members of the Chamber. For newcomers to town, there's important phone numbers and information needed to get settled in your new hometown.
The magazine is free and can be picked up at Madison City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce office.
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.
A Safe Sitter class will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Denson Robinson Public Services Complex. Email Bethany Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 601-754-0024 to register.
Madison Clean Up Day &
Disposal Site for Unused & Expired Prescription Drugs
Sept. 28 at 2:30 p.m. at Madison Square Center for the Arts located at 2103 Main Street in Madison.
3rd Annual Scarecrow Festival
Thursday, Oct. 16th from 6:00-8:30 pm in Downtown Madison
Summer may be winding down but the Downtown Madison Farmers Market remains open for business each Tuesday. Fall brings new hours, 4-7 p.m., starting August 29 and continuing through the end of the market, which will be around the first of October.
Shop for local fresh produce and delicious specialty items throughout the growing season on the grounds by the Red Caboose on Main Street. A big thank you to all the vendors and shoppers who have made the first season of the Farmers Market a growing success.
Any vendors wanting to be a part of the downtown Market need to pre-register by calling Robin McCrory, (601) 941-8392.