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Important Information

Notice: City Finance & Utility Billing Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm.

Registration for the Vaccine Lottery Program is now active online and at City Hall!

Register online by visiting the It's About Community webpage, or stop by City Hall to register in person.  (Drop-box located in the hallway.)
Please call the Finance Office at 256-7500, opt. 3 with any questions.  

The City of Madison has been allocated approximately $1.3 million in ARPA funds. According to the Treasury, vaccine lottery programs is an allowable use of ARPA funds. Starting on Monday, Sept. 20th, individuals 12 and older, who have been vaccinated, can register either online or at City Hall for a chance to win $1,000 in Mad Money Gift Cards. Use of Mad Money gift cards directly puts money back into the Madison community.
Starting on Sept. 27th, one winner, per day, will be drawn from all registrants, Monday-Friday, for 25 days. Winners will then need to provide: proof of complete vaccination and proof of residency. Registrants need to be fully vaccinated with one of the three US approved vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech; Moderna; or Johnson & Johnson to be eligible. Winners must also be either a Lake County resident or DSU resident, with confirmation from DSU. Once confirmed, winner drawn will receive their gift card. Registrants will only be able to win once. 

Did you know that you can find all of our commission meetings on our YouTube Channel?

The City of Madison is starting a new text alert system focused on city events and activities.  Get updates by texting EVENTS to 8555831165.

Community Survey

Want to win $100 in Mad Money to be used at Madison businesses? Complete the Community Survey to be entered into a free drawing!!

Electronic Recycling Drop Off Event

The Lake County FREE Electronic Drop Off Event has been scheduled for Saturday, October 30th. Click for more details.

Restricted Use Site - Hours of Operation

Restricted Use Site - Summer Hours

Sump Pump Notice

Starting April 1st, all residents with sump pumps must route them outside. Click for more details.