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Maintaining the quality of our beaches serves more than the interests of beach users and those living near the shore but extends to the entire town, enhancing property values and the quality of life in Madison.
All child day care facilities in Connecticut are licensed and inspected by the Connecticut Department of Health.
Outbreaks of food-borne illness are investigated in a timely manner, often in conjunction with the Connecticut Department of Health Food Safety Program.
The Madison Health Department oversees a Mosquito Control Program that consists of a number of distinct but complementary components.
Learn about health topics pertaining to private water wells.
Read information about septic systems and how you can prevent sewage backups.
Shellfish and shellfishing have played an import ant role in Madison's history. Learn more about the Shellfish Program.
The Madison Health Department and Water Pollution Control Authority are involved in numerous activities to monitor and protect water quality.
The Madison Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) implements policies and procedures to protect ground and surface waters of the state.