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August 16
Planning & Zoning Board Meeting
August 29
BOC Meeting
September 6
Planning & Zoning Board Meeting
September 8
Madison County Comp Plan Meeting
September 8
Board of Assessors Meeting
September 12
BOC Meeting
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Planning & Zoning Board Meeting
September 26
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Welcome to the Official Madison County Georgia Government Web Site
Madison County Emergency Alert System

Telephone: 706-795-6400

About Us:


Madison County Board of Commissioners             

The Madison County Board of Commissioners have teamed with Code Red
 to develop an emergency alert system that will quickly notify you  when time is of the essence.  The Madison County 9-1-1 Center will instantly notify every system subscriber by whatever media you tell us you want to be contacted, including:


     Home and Office Phone                                                   Cell Phone 

     Text Messaging                                                                      E-mails



                                                      Social Media  


You can choose which types of alerts you wish to receive and on which devices. By submitting

the information requested on our Citizen Registration Page, we will add your phone and other

devices to our notification list.

























To register to receive alerts, go to, click on Emergency Alerts and follow the link to the registration page.

In times of emergencies, we need to get information to our citizens as quickly as possible so

you may take appropriate actions to prevent or mitigate personal injury and property damage.

Over the past few years, Madison County has experienced floods, tornados, severe

thunderstorms, damaging wind storms, and crippling winter weather. Though we have easily

communicated dangerous conditions to our first responders, the 9-1-1 Center now has the

capability to broadcast this information to the public. Our Emergency Alert System will

automatically pass along weather alerts from the National Weather Service (NWS) to your

telephones and other devices.

There are situations when the public can assist us. Sharing information such as Amber alerts,

missing and lost persons, and crime alerts with our citizens will boost public awareness and

aid in resolving issues by putting thousands of eyes and ears on a situation instead of involving

only our first responders. Notifying motorists of temporary road closures and road hazards will

allow them to make informed decisions about choosing alternate routes to avoid delays. If your

child is involved in activities sponsored by the Madison County Recreation Department, you

can choose to receive notifications of “rain-outs” or event re-locations or cancellations.










Click Here to Register Online                                       





































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