Fire and Rescue
The protection in the Madison community and fire district is provided by a volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. They receive mutual aid from the surrounding communities when needed. This department serves both the city and rural fire districts and covers 172 sq. miles. The Fire Administration has a staff of professionals that provide strategic leadership, administrative functions, mentoring and training. The Madison Fire and Rescue has a 24-hour 911 system from the Madison County Sheriff Department. The Madison department has two fully equipped Class A squads, 2-Pumpers, 2-Tankers, 2-Grass Rigs, 1-Equipment Truck, 1-4x4 ATV, and 1 personal vehicle.
The City of Madison's Police Department is staffed with four full-time and four part-time police officers and are dispatched through the Madison County Sheriff's Department. The department is equipped with patrol vehicles, surveillance equipment, computer, audio and visual recording equipment, radios, and investigative equipment.
It is the mission of the Madison Police Department to render the highest level of service, working side by side with the community to solve problems related to crime and social disorder, thereby ensuring safety and improving the quality of life here in our community. We are proud to offer programs and services throughout the year that allow our partnership with the community to grow. Working together, we will continue to enjoy a safe community and an incomparable quality of life.