Madison County Calendar
Wednesday, Aug 27Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County CourthouseMonday, Sep 1Labor Day Holiday - Courthouse and all offices will be closed. Household garbage collection slides to next day. Wednesday, Sep 10Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County CourthouseTuesday, Sep 16Huntsville Madison County Senior Expo-VBCWednesday, Sep 24Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County CourthouseMonday, Oct 13Columbus Day Holiday - Courthouse and all offices will be closed
Madison County Water Department Statistics
266 B Shields Road
Huntsville, Alabama 35811
Fritz Mucke, Director
Business Hours: Monday-Friday 7 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
For After-Hours/Emergencies: (256) 379-2754 (Mountain Fork Water Treatment Facility)
Treatment plant operators will contact the crew on call 24 hours a day.
Madison County Water Department Rates and Fees
Drinking Water Festival
Water Systems in Madison County
Where Your Water Comes From
Drinking Water Infrastructure in New Subdivisions
HOW TO USE YOUR METER TO CHECK FOR LEAKS
- Be sure no water is on inside your dwelling. This includes toilets, ice makers, washing machines, etc.
- If no water is on, check your meter for any movement of the dial. When water is passing through the meter, the dial will move in a clockwise direction. If water is off and the dial moves, you have a leak.
- Once you have determined you have a leak, call a plumber or do the repairs yourself. The Madison County Water Department is not responsible for the lines from the meter to your dwelling.
- If an adjustment of the customer's bill is warranted, the amount of the bill will be determined by obtaining the average billing amount for the prior 12 months. The customer will be responsible for the average water bill (multiplied by three) to cover a portion of the excess water charges. Customers are eligible for one adjustment in a 12 month period and the adjustment must be made within 30 days from the time of repair.
Every Drop Counts!!!
A faucet leaking one drop per second wastes 2,400 gallons per year.
To check if your toilet tank is leaking, put a few drops of food coloring in the tank, wait about 15 minutes, and look in the bowl. If the food coloring shows up there, the tank is leaking.
DRY WEATHER WATER CONSERVATION TIPS
Drought conditions are causing a larger than usual consumption of water, resulting in some customers experiencing lower pressures. Please be mindful of your water consumption and do your part to help conserve water. Here are a few outdoor conservation tips for you to follow: