Madison County Calendar

Wednesday, Nov 5
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Tuesday, Nov 11
Veterans‘ Day Holiday - Courthouse and all offices will be closed

Wednesday, Nov 19
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Thursday, Nov 27
Thanksgiving Holiday - Courthouse and all offices will be closed

Friday, Nov 28
Courthouse and all offices will be closed for holiday.

Wednesday, Dec 3
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Thursday, Dec 25
Christmas Holiday - Courthouse and all offices will be closed

Friday, Dec 26
Courthouse and all offices will be closed for holiday.

Tuesday, Dec 30
LifeSouth Blood Drive- westside Madison County Courthouse Bloodmoible parked from 10am to 5pm

Thursday, Jan 1
Courthouse and all offices will be closed for holiday.


Residential

What is required for a residential permit?

  • Obtain a legal street address from the Madison County Housing Numbering System — 256-746-2909.

  • Obtain a Health Department Permit for the construction of septic system — 256- 539-3711. If a private sewer disposal system is being used, an approval letter for connection from systems operator.

  • Make application for building permit and plans review at the Building Inspection Department— see forms page.

  • Contractors must provide proof of state certification, state privilege license, and general liability insurance.

Required Inspections

The number of inspections will vary depending on the type of construction. It is the responsibility of the homeowner or residential contractor to contact the Madison County Inspection Department 24 hours prior to required inspections.

  • Footing/Slab Inspections will be conducted prior to the pouring of concrete. Monolithic and built-up slabs must have an inspection of plumbing, electrical, mechanical and gas before concrete is poured.

  • Foundation and Floor framing will be inspected prior to the application of floor sheathing.

  • Electrical Conduit and Brick Option if completed prior to First Rough-In.

  • First Rough-In will be conducted prior to the installation of interior wall coverings and will include electrical, plumbing, mechanical and framing inspection.

  • Second Rough-In will inspect insulation and also will include follow-up of First Rough-In.

  • The Final Inspection must be conducted prior to issuing a Certificate of Occupancy and will include a lot drainage inspection.