TOWN REPORTS AVAILABLE AT THE TOWN OFFICE
BACKYARD FARMS CELEBRATES 10 YEARS IN MADISON
Opening in 2007, the largest greenhouse operation in New England employs more than 240 people in their ongoing quest to grow the perfect tomatoes.
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.
MADISON PAPER INDUSTRIES SOLD
After closing in May 2016, the paper making assets at the former Madison Paper Industries mill site along the Kennebec River were sold to New Mill Capital in January 2017. New Mill Capital will work to redevelop the site and seek to bring new production or industrial businesses back to the area.
Retail Marijuana Moratorium
At a Special Town Meeting on January 9, 2017 Madison residents approved a moratorium ordinance on retail marijuana establishments. Click here for details. Currently a committee is being formed to research retail marijuana regulations. If you have interest in serving on the committee contact the Town Office at 696 3971.
Knitters Wanted for a Purling Posse. Click here for more details
Online Burn Permits
New 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
See what makes Madison one of the state's 30 business friendly communities.
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.
Waste Management 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.