City of Madison from County Line Road to Highway 72 North, to Jordan Lane East, to Highway 20 South, then south along Zierdt Road to Tennessee River which includes Triana. This includes UAH, Research Park, University Place, Sherwood Park, West Huntsville and City of Madison that is north of Highway 20 and south of Highway 72, West to County Line Road.
My family has seen first hand the tremendous growth of Madison, Alabama. That's why I believe citizens expect personal, equitable and accessible representation.
I am very proud to be elected the first Madison resident to sit on the Madison County Commission. I look forward to continuing a positive working relationship with local, state and federal governments. We will work to make strategic, planned infrastructure improvements to support continued growth and economic development, successful Madison and Huntsville schools, effective fire and police to protect our citizens - all while utilizing responsible spending to maximize every tax dollar.
District Two is home to our families and provides critical economic stability. Please contact me at the new Madison Services Center at 100 Plaza Boulevard, now located in the heart of our community. My email address is email@example.com.
Steve Haraway was born in Rogersville, AL and moved to Madison with his family in 1973. He attended elementary and middle school in Monrovia and graduated from Bob Jones High School. Steve is the oldest of four brothers and understands how to give and take to accomplish goals.
He and his wife Donna were married in 1992. They have two boys, Dustin and Dylan, who attended Madison City Schools. Dustin now lives in Madison and Dylan lives in Birmingham. Steve and Donna attend The Church of the Highlands.
After attending Calhoun Community College, Steve started his working career in sales and marketing. He worked for Hall-Mark Electronics and Wyle Electronics during a 17-year career. He left Wyle in 1999 to start his own business. Steve wanted less travel and more time at home to devote to family and coaching. So, he and his wife started their small excavation business which he sold and is now focusing 100% of his time serving the citizens of District Two. Steve is very proud of his small business experience.
Steve was elected to the Madison City Council in 2004 and served two terms.
Haraway was elected to the Madison County Commission in 2012 and reelected in 2016.
Two-term member of the Madison City Council
Madison Utilities, Vice Chairman
Madison City Schools Capital Planning Committee Member
Madison County Communication District 911 Board, Secretary
ACCA Board Member for District Two
Member of Leadership Focus Class 28
Member of the Bob Jones High School Hall of Fame
Former Youth Baseball and Football Coach
Former Madison City Volunteer Fireman
Commissioner Steve Haraway
District Two Office 256-532-1590
100 Plaza Boulevard, Suite 2
Madison, Alabama 35758
Catherine Gray, Administrative Secretary
District 2 Household Garbage and Trash Collection
Madison County in partnership with the City of Madison and Triana picks up District 2 household garbage weekly. All garbage should be placed in the green can that has been provided and will be picked up every Thursday.
If you need a green garbage can or replacement or wish to request a second - call 256-532-3718 or fill out the 2nd Cart Request Form and either fax, mail or email it to the address on the form to request a second cart.
For City of Huntsville residents household garbage and trash pickup is handled by the City of Huntsville.
For City of Madison residents yard debris and large items roadside pickup is handled by the City of Madison.
For Madison County residents living outside of municipalities, except for Triana, monthly trash collection occurs the last week of each month.
All residents are charged $3.00 a month.
Please place tree limbs cut in 8 foot lengths or less and brush in separate pile.
If your trash is more than a standard size pickup truck load per month, please call and schedule for SPECIAL SERVICE. The minimum charge is $50. The fee depends on manpower, equipment and disposal fees.
Old appliances, televisions, mattresses and furniture will be collected
Hazardous materials such as paint, motor oil, tires, shingles, stumps and construction materials will NOT be collected.