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Please note that In accordance with Connecticut General Statutes, the Town of Madison is completing a Revaluation of all real property for the October 1, 2023 Grand List. New assessment notices have been mailed out.
DO NOT multiply your new assessment by the current mill rate. The new mill rate will be determined as part of the budget process and the new grand list in the Spring of 2024. Your new proposed assessment is based on 70% of market value as of October 1, 2023.
Reassessment is a revenue-neutral process. A significant increase/decrease in a property’s assessed value will not result in an equivalent increase/decrease in the property’s taxes. The total amount the town needs to collect through taxes is determined by the town budget regardless of whether a reassessment takes place. Please visit the Town Assessor’s website for additional information.
This Sunday, December 10th the Arthritis Foundation walk will take place at the Surf Club starting at 7 a.m. until 12 noon. As always, please use extra caution when entering the Surf Club and be aware of the participants.
The Town of Madison will be holding a second Public Informational Meeting on Wednesday, December 13th at 5:30 p.m., in the Hammonasset Room, at Town Campus, and remote via Zoom to discuss a draft of the Town’s Strategic Plan. This draft plan is a result of community feedback received over the last 6 months through community surveys, focus groups, a visioning session, and a leadership retreat. It lays out a Town vision and mission statement and identifies our Strategic Goals and Objectives in Key Focus areas. We welcome your feedback on this draft document. Note that this draft does not include the implementation plan for Town government, which will be forthcoming. For further information including the meeting link and to view the proposed plan please visit the town website.
The town will be holding a Public Informational Meeting on Thursday, December 14, 2023, starting at 6:00 p.m., in Meeting Room A, Town Campus, and remotely via Zoom to discuss the following:
Project Engineers will present the bridge project(s), timeline(s), and other construction-related details as are currently available. Residents are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the project at this preliminary juncture and to offer any questions and comments. Zoom information can be found on the town website.
There are a number of Madison families in need this holiday season. We currently have 58 kids who could use a special gift or warm clothes. While gifts for all ages are greatly appreciated, please consider buying for ages 7-17. Wish list items include footballs, games for older kids, candy for stocking stuffers, makeup kits, iPhone chargers, and fuzzy blankets. Gifts can be dropped off 24/7 through December 12, 2023, at the Madison Police Department, 9 Campus Drive. To inquire about purchasing a wish list item, please email Holly Berke or call (203) 245-6502. Thank you for your generosity! Visit the Madison Police Department online for further information.
This holiday season Madison Social Services is in need of the following: Women's coat-size 1x, women's boots-size 9.5, Countertop air fryer, and Gift cards-Stop & Shop, Walmart, or Amazon. For more information please reach out to Molly Fahey, Social Services Coordinator, 203-245-5655.
Before visiting Town offices during the holiday season, please take a moment to check the Town website for special holiday hours or closures in effect:
The Madison Senior Services is currently taking applications for the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program for Madison residents aged 65 and over. Please contact the Senior Center at 203-245-5627 to check for eligibility. Adults and families can contact Madison Youth and Family Services for eligibility assistance at 203-245-5645.
And finally, I’d like to wish a very Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate the Festival of Lights! Have a great weekend Madison!
Peggy LyonsFirst Selectwoman