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Phil Vandiver
District Four Commissioner


Represents:
North and Western Madison County Including the communities of Harvest, Monrovia, Madison Cross Roads, Northwest Huntsville and Toney. The city of Madison north of Highway 72 from County Line Road to Research Park Boulevard, north to the Tennessee state line. The eastern boundary from the north is Butter & Egg Road, Briar Fork Road to Murphy Hill Road to Nick Fitcheard Road to Rideout Road.

District Legal Description

District 4 Map

As your District 4 Commissioner, I want to enhance our quality of life and continue my work in the community. I want to ensure the safety of our roads for our young people and all citizens, to work with our parks and recreations so our children have a safe place to play and grow, and continue to support our schools, so students have a sound, viable education. These priorities will help attract new jobs to Madison County and guarantee existing jobs. My conservative values and family farming business background, will guide me to be sure county departments are operating and utilizing your tax dollars wisely and efficiently.

We must work together and keep Madison County a place we can all call home. I've been blessed to know people from all over Madison County. I am honored to serve as your Madison County District Four Commissioner. I look forwarding to communicating with and meeting the needs of our citizens. Please contact your District 4 office located on Highway 53 at 256-852-8351 or dist4@madisoncountyal.gov.

Biography

Phil Vandiver is serving his first term as District 4 Commissioner. He was elected in November 2012. Phil's family has a long tradition of farming in Madison.

Vandiver graduated from Sparkman High School and attended Auburn University. He returned to farming and for almost 30 years as an agri-businessman, has raised cattle and gown and harvested cotton, soybeans and corn while also actively participating in many agricultural organizations.

He and his wife Becky of seventeen years have worked together in their children's schools, the Monrovia community and their church. Son Keith attends Monrovia Middle School, while their daughter Tori likes being a 5th grader at Legacy Elementary. The Vandivers have long valued their family, education, hard work and their church.

Community Activities


Legacy Elementary School Steering Committee, Community Advisor, and Volunteer
Active member of PTO
Alabama Cattleman's Association
Alabama Agriculture and Forestry Leaders Class, 1998
Alabama Farmers Federation Cotton Division Outstanding Young Farmer, 1993 and 1998
Alabama Farmers Federation Cotton Division, State Vice-Chairman and County Committee Chairman
Jeff Gin Company, served as President, Vice President and Secretary
Alabama Jaycees Outstanding Young Farmer, 1996
Madison County Young Farmers, Chairman
Monrovia Volunteer Fireman, 1982-1996
Monrovia Volunteer EMT, 1983-1996
Monrovia Men's Club, 1990 President
Phillips Park Charter Member
Upward Basketball Coach
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Deacon, Usher, Children's Teacher and Program Director

Commissioner Phil Vandiver
District Four Office

Hours: Monday - Friday from 7am to 3:30pm
6084 Highway 53
Harvest, AL 35749
Phone: 256-852-8351
Fax: 256-851-9816
E-Mail: dist4@madisoncountyal.gov.
Kelly Smith, Administrative Secretary

District Four is divided into different trash pick up sections for cost effective collection. Please click on the first letter of your street name below or call the District Four office at 256-852-8351 to determine your pick up week.

To find out when your regularly scheduled garbage pick up week is click on the first letter of your street name:

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For the trash collection policy in our district click here.

Trash drop off is Monday - Thursday from 4am to 4:30pm and 7am to 3:30pm on Fridays.

If you have any questions please email us at dist4@madisoncountyal.gov or call 256-852-8351.