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Dear Madison Citizens,

As of noon April 1, Madison has entered into a state of local emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  As of noon April 2,  essential businesses, defined by Gov.

Madison the City Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of resources with emails and contact phone numbers that can help with a wide variety of information, if needed, during this time. 

With schools closed through April 18, Madison's Strawberry Patch Park and Liberty Parks are closed through April 17. Read Parks Director Nathan Hanson's letter about the closure.

Madison is monitoring what’s happening with the coronavirus as national and state health officials make recommendations to ensure people’s safety.

Madison is monitoring what’s happening with the coronavirus as national and state health officials make recommendations to ensure people’s safety.

This year's Senior Social for Madison's retirees is a Luau on Thursday, March 12, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  It will be held at First Baptist Church of Madison.

March is filled with activities for Madison's retireee community. Check out the calendar of things to do.

 

March Calendar

Monday, Feb. 17, is a federal holiday and Madison city offices will be closed.

 

Registration is now open for Summer Arts Camp at Madison Square Center for the Arts. Camp will be July 6-17 with the big show on July 18.

The February calendar is filled with activities for retirees in Madison. Check out the calendar to find an activity.

February Calendar

Madison the City Chamber of Commerce is encouraging everyone to take the extra day of 2020 and turn it into Leap of Kindness Day.

How many times have  you traveled to other great cities across the nation and you've seen things you wished we had in Madison?

Madison's fire insurance rating has improved from a Class 6 to a Class 5, effective Jan. 6.

Today was a history day for the City of Madison.  Below are concept drawings for Madison at Main. 

Paul Tankersley took the oath of office as alderman for Ward 4 on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

For retirees, 2020 is a good time to join in the activities offered by Madison, a Certified Retirement Community, for you. Here's a calendar of activities for the month of January.

December is filled with activities for Madison retirees.

 

December Calendar

There will be no garbage pickup on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28. Residents with Thursday service will have their garbage picked up on the next regular service day.

 

Here's the calendar of events for retirees in Madison this month.

 

November Retirement Calendar

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