Madison is a historic city located in Jefferson County, Indiana, just north of the Ohio River. The City of Madison offers visitors and residents excellent educational opportunities, numerous recreational activities, and an unmatched quality of life. Rich with abundant festivals, a flourishing community of local businesses, and a unique landscape, Madison, Indiana is the best place to live, work, raise a family, and visit.
Today, the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) awarded the City of Madison a $250,000 grant through its COVID-19 Response Program. The City will be matching the grant with approximately $50,000 of Economic Development funds. Read on...
The City of Madison Parks Department is offering co-ed youth flag football for students in kindergarten through 8th grade. The football season will tentatively start after Labor Day and will run for six weeks. Read on...
For the past six-months, Governor Holcomb, through executive order, prohibited utilities from disconnecting services to customers. The moratorium expired on August 14th. Beginning August 26th, the City of Madison will be enforcing disconnects. Read on...
Madison, IN— On Tuesday, July 28th, Rucker Sports Complex will reopen for practices. Games, tournaments, and facility rentals will resume, Monday, August 3rd Read on...
The City of Madison continues to dedicate resources to ensure the local business community has access to state, federal, and local business assistance programs as our community recovers from the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...
Mon, Sep 21Board of Public Works Board of Public Works is meeting in City Hall Coun...Read More
Tue, Sep 22City Council Meeting City Council is meeting in City Hall Council Chamb...Read More
Mon, Sep 28Historic District Board of Review Meeting Historic District Board of Review is meeting in Ci...Read More