Recycling Special Collection Events:
Computer Collection: The Madison Technology Club is sponsoring a computer recycle day on Saturday May 18th from 9:00am - 12:00pm. Drop off your computer equipment at the Madison High School senior parking lot. Our tech club members will even unload your car! What a great way to start your spring cleaning! For more information contact Mrs. Beth Cueni at 428-8410 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Volunteers: The Enchantment of Living Healthy event will be held in Fairport Harbor on June 8th and they are looking for volunteers. Radio Disney will be there, fun kid activities, vendors and more! Click here for more information on volunteering and on the event itself.
United Way of Lake County's
2013 Annual Day of Caring:
The Annual Day of Caring will be held on Wednesday, June 19th. The United Way of Lake County is looking for projects and volunteers.
Applications can be emailed (filled in & scanned) to Megan at email@example.com or send them by fax at (440) 352-3309. You may submit more than one project (no limit), but UWofLC cannot guarantee that any or all will be adopted by a volunteer group for the Day of Caring event. Each project should have it's own application. Lunch for volunteers is provided by the agency submitting the project. To volunteer for Day of Caring projects, contact Megan Grdina at (440) 639-1149.
Keeping Storm Sewers Clean: Visit our Stormwater Management link on the right for useful information that you can use to help maintain healthy stormwater sewers.
Lake County Soil & Water:
Residents of the Arcola Creek Watershed are invited to attend the following workshops to aid in keeping our waterways clean:
Green Lawn Workshop: May 22nd at the Madison Senior Center, for Residents of the Arcola Creek Watershed. Learn the steps to take around your house to have a healthy yard and keep the waterways clean. The first ten registered participants will receive a free soil testing kit to send a sample for analysis. For more information click on the link.
Rain Barrel Workshop: June 5th at the Madison Senior Center for Residents of the Arcola Creek Watershed. Participants will learn how to use the rain barrel and rain gardens to help reduce stormwater runoff. Participants will purchase & build a rain barrel kit to take home, kits cost $59 but the first 25 registrants will receive a $25 off coupon. For more information click on the link. Check out Lake SWCD's website.
Relay For Life: The American
Cancer Society's Relay For Life will be holding its annual Relay
For Life of Lake County at various locations in the County. The
Eastern Lake County branch will hold their Relay For Life on
Saturday, June 22nd at the Perry High School bus loop.
At Relay events, teams of people take turns walking or running around a track or path. The event starts at 12pm and, because cancer never sleeps, the walk/run goes for 24 hours. Teams have to have a representative on the track at all times. The Eastern Relay is looking for Madison representation. For more information on participating contact Nicole Herron at (440) 796-8396 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can get more information on on their website: Relay For Life Eastern Lake County.(click the link)
|Madison Historical Society
|Congratulations to the
HIstorical Society, and thank you
for all of your hard work preserving
Madison's historical pieces &
The Madison Historical Society
is the reason we have
the Ohio Chautauqua event
coming to Madison this
year! It's looking to be
quite an event! Check it out and plan on attending! [
|Bill Stanton Community Park
July 2nd-6th. Join the fun!
|The 3rd Annual Madison
at the Lake County Captains!
Sunday, June 9th, 2013
|Click on the Picture for more info & to access the order form|
Trustee Meetings: The next Trustee Meeting will be the Tuesday June 11th with the Workshop beginning at 6:00pm and the Regular meeting at 7:00pm. Please go to the Trustee page to see the Agenda.
How can you help prevent flooding? For short articles that guide you on how to keep the storm sewers clean, click here. You can also check out this article to learn more about the watershed in your area.
The police have reports of vandalism at Tuttle Park and Unionville Park. Please report anything suspicious or people at the parks after dusk to the police. 440-428-2116
The chipper will be open unless there is lightening or a steady downpour of rain.
The police department will be selling two of their older vehicles on Govdeals.com soon. Watch for it!
Madison Video: Madison High School student Kory Piorkowski's video "Tour of Madison".
|Government Surplus Auction Site||Emergency Preparedness||Lake Erie E Coastal Gazette Newsletter|
Website Hit Counters Visitors to Date (start date: 09/07/2010)
Township Administrative Offices
2065 Hubbard Road
|Brush Chipping Program||Brush Chipping Schedule|
|Recycling||New Resident Info|
|Stormwater Management||Senior Center|
The link is now working
Madison Community Improvement Corp
|Madison Village||Fire District|
|Madison Schools||Madison Library|
|Recreation District||Historical Society|
|Madison Food Center||Chamber of Commerce|
|ACHIEVE Wellness||Fair Housing|
|Lake Metroparks||Council on Aging|
Pharmaceutical Drug Collection and
Lake County General Health District has started a drug collection/disposal program, where Lake County residents can bring their unwanted and expired medications to the drop off box at the Madison Township Police Department, 2065 Hubbard Road (in the administration building). For more information, including specifics on what & how to dispose, visit the Lake County General Health Districts' website
|Home In Need
Is your home in need of repair but you can't afford to make the repairs?
FHLB REHAB PROGRAM: Rehab program open to disabled homeowners/dependents who qualify.
LAKE COUNTY REHAB PROGRAM: Open to Lake County Residents to make repairs to their homes*. Emergency Repairs, Disabled, Full Single family homes qualify.
* Mentor residents not eligible for Lake County Rehab Program, see the website below for Mentor's Rehab Program.
Contact the Western Reserve Community Development Corporation at (440) 357-4400 or visit their website at www.wrcdc.org for more information.
Over 55 & Need a Job?
Lake County Mature Services has a program that can help you get a part-time job without reducing your unemployment compensation. Visit their website at www.matureservices.org
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