Madison Utilities is located in Madison, Alabama. We provide water and wastewater services to the residents of the City of Madison and a small group of customers residing in Madison County. Incorporated in 1958 as a public corporation, Madison Utilities has experienced tremendous growth in the last twenty years. Under the direction of a five-member Board, we are working hard to ensure we are prepared for a future that promises to be bright.
Our mission is to protect the public health and environment by providing abundant, affordable, and high-quality drinking water; and providing environmentally sound and affordable wastewater treatment and disposal; and providing efficient, reliable, and courteous service.
Our Ultimate Vision
To be your supplier of choice.
The Madison Utilities Board regularly meets on the first and third Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Any changes will be posted in advance on the door at 101 Ray Sanderson Drive. Please contact customer service to verify upcoming date and time.
Anyone who wishes to be added to the agenda will be allotted five minutes to address the Board; those not on the agenda will be allotted three minutes to address the Board. To be added to the agenda, please contact us at 256-772-0253 no later then 12:00 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the scheduled Board meeting.
Terris Tatum - Chairman
Steve Haraway - Vice Chairman
Gerald Clark - Director
Keith Cook- Director
Rob Szmyd - Director
We received the following awards in 2012, reinforcing our commitment to excellence:
- Best Operated Plant Award (Mechanical Plants 5.1-10.0 MGD) for our Wastewater Treatment Plant (by the Alabama Water Pollution Control Association)
- Award of Excellence for Package Plants for our Bressette-Quarry Water Treatment Plant (by the Alabama Water Pollution Control Association)
- Award of Excellence for Distribution Systems with 15,001-25,000 meters (by the Alabama Water Pollution Control Association)
- Water Fluoridation Quality Award (by the Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Sources)