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Welcome to Madison the City!

We invite you to experience and share our hometown spirit. A once small farming community, Madison is now your passport to the best the world has to offer!

Mayor's Desk

A Message from the Mayor

Greetings from Madison, Mississippi and welcome to a view of Hometown Mississippi at madisonthecity.com.

If you are a first-time visitor browsing our web-site, we hope you enjoy the view - from quaint shops and old homes along historic Main Street to Madison Avenue’s soccer fields and Liberty Village, a playground built solely by volunteers.

We cherish a small town atmosphere in the midst of a progressive business environment. Madison has been fortunate to plan carefully during years of phenomenal growth in order to protect our quality of life.

Sharing our hometown spirit is always at the very heart of every event in Madison. So when you are nearby, please drop by city hall or call our office at 601.856.7116. Please e-mail me at mayor@madisonthecity.com if we can be of any assistance.

Sincerely,
Mary Hawkins Butler
Mayor

This is Madison

"This is Madison"

The City's Publication

"This is Madison contains great features in community, education, development and government information around Madison. Pick up your copy today around town.

NEWS & NOTICES

Join us in praying for our country, Saturday, September 26th, 11am-1pm at First Baptist Church Madison, 2100 Main St. This is not a political event but a much needed hope in prayer for our country and a call for repentance. Social distancing will
Gov. Tate Reeves today extended his Safe Return order until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30. Executive Order 1522 extends the mask mandate and increases the numbers allowed in retailers and restaurants to 75 percent capacity.
Work on Hoy Road will soon be underway. Construction is expected to begin on Wednesday, Sept. 16, and the project is estimated to take 18 months to complete.