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The Madison County Board of County Commissioners is currently accepting bids for cutting one parcel of timber.

The parcel (parcel ID #11-1N-09-3487-003-000) is located on Rocky Ford Road just east of the Madison County Road Department and is approximately 20 acres of pine timber.  Please click on the PDF link below for details and bid documents.

Bids must be turned in to the County Coordinator’s office at 229 SW Pinckney Street, room 219, (or by mail at PO Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341) prior to 5:00 pm on Friday, March 15th.  Bids will be opened on Monday, March 18th and presented to the Madison Board of County Commissioners on Wednesday, March 27th. Click Here to View Bid Notice

Welcome to Madison County, Florida

Madison County was named in honor of Founding Father James Madison in 1827, when it was chartered as Florida’s largest county. (That was before Florida was admitted to the Union, in 1845.) When first formed, Madison County extended from the Aucilla river to the Withlacoochee and Suwannee rivers, and from the Georgia border to the Gulf of Mexico.  Since then, the county has “surrendered” Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Counties, but there are still 714 square miles of forests, rivers, lakes and gently rolling hills to enjoy.

The City of Madison is the County Seat and was named for Madison C. Livingston, who donated the first parcel of land to create the city on May 2, 1838. We have two other municipalities, the Town of Greenville and the Town of Lee.

The current population of Madison is approximately 19,224.  We are a single-member voting district, which means that citizens living in a particular district elect a Commissioner from that district to represent them.  We have 5 districts and 5 Commissioners.  For more information on voting information or voting district lines, you may contact Mr. Tommy Hardee, Supervisor of Elections at (850) 973-6507 or visit his web site at www.votemadison.com.

Be sure to check out the “Madison Collection,” a photographic compliation from The Florida Memory Project.