CHI St. Joseph Health Madison Hospital Madison St. Joseph Health Center offers a full line of family medical services, from 24 hour emergency services to inpatient medical care for general medical cases. Additional services available through Madison St. Joseph are laboratory & stress testing, physical therapy, x-ray, mammography, CT, ultrasound, inpatient/outpatient surgery, social services and SafeSitters courses. The Center’s emergency services are supported by 24 hour ambulance service – using a mobile intensive care unit.
Keep Madison County BeautifulIs an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful, a statewide community improvement, litter prevention, and beautification organization.KMVL Radio100.5 FM and 1220 AM – The stars of I-45 serving Madisonville and Huntsville.
Madison County Chamber of CommerceThe mission of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce is to serve and promote the growth of our community by providing information and resources for retaining, expanding, and supporting business opportunities, schools, recreational facilities, the arts and our local heritage.Madison County Economic Development CorporationThe Madison County Economic Development Corporation was created in 1997 by Madison County and the City of Madisonville to promote industrial and commercial development in Madison County. Madison County Fair AssociationThe Madison County Fair Association began in 1980 with a group of concerned citizens who wanted to give the youth of our community the opportunity to experience agriculture hands-on.
Madison County Economic Development Corporation 113 W Trinity Street, Madisonville. 936-349-0163
Madison County GovernmentInformation about Madison County including contacts for County employees, District Court, and County Offices.
Madison County NAACP Unit 6193Founded in 1909, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was one of the earliest and most influential civil rights organization in the United States. During its early years, the NAACP focused on legal strategies designed to confront the critical civil rights issues of the day. They called for federal anti-lynching laws and coordinated a series of challenges to state-sponsored segregation in public schools, an effort that led to the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which declared the doctrine of “separate but equal” to be unconstitutional. Though other civil rights groups emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, the NAACP retained a prominent role within the movement, co-organizing the 1963 March on Washington, and successfully lobbying for legislation that resulted in the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Act.
Madison County Museum201 N. Madison St. Madisonville, Texas 77864 936-348-5230 Hours 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday Madison Health Resource Center – Located at 813 S state Street, Suite 100 in Madisonville. 936-349-0714 The mission is to improve access to care and the health status of Madison County residents through collaboration and coordination of services.
Madisonville Little LeagueMadisonville Little League is made up of boys and girls age 5 – 16. We have T-ball ages 5 & 6. Boys and girls are separate in T-ball and all other divisions. The other divisions are 7 & 8 pitch division (machine pitch), 9 & 10 minor division (kid pitch), 11 & 12 majors division, 13 & 14 junior division, and 15 & 16 senior division. Madisonville MeteorSince 1894 The Madisonville Meteor has been letting you know what is happening in Madison County and surrounding areas. We find out what is happening by attending local events, contacting local authorities and most importantly, by listening to you tell us what is going on.
Madisonville Noon Lion’s ClubMeets every Thursday from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. at the Truman Kimbro Center, 111 W Trinity Street, Madisonville.
Madisonville Sidewalk Cattleman’s Association – For those who do not know us already, the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association was officially organized March 25, 1941. Our grandfathers got the ball rolling as a tongue-in-cheek organization designed to poke fun at “sidewalk cattlemen”.
Madisonville Youth Soccer AssociationMadisonville Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) strives to provide a family friendly environment to promote each individual child’s athletic abilities. Our goal is to allow any child, ages 4 – 11, the opportunity to participate in soccer.
M.A.R.I. – Stands for Madisonville Area Revitalization Initiative – PO Box 445, Madisonville, TX 77864 Sharon Phelps, President 936-348-8460
Oak Ridge Country ClubOpen 8 AM to Dark Tuesday through Sunday. Green Fees: Tuesday – Friday $25.00 plus tax; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays $40.00 plus tax. Cart fees per nine holes $5.00
Son-Shine CenterThe Son-Shine Outreach Center is a non-profit organization established to help persons with needs regardless of race, sex, social or economic status, national origin, or religious background. The Center is a resale shop for clothes, toys, furniture, appliances, household items, knick-knacks, etc.
Texas Mushroom Festival Is to make a major contribution to the ever improving quality of life in the City of Madisonville by providing its citizens with a significant and continuing source of community pride, a citywide celebration by and for every citizen and a means of promoting the benefits of a common bond between the people, businesses, government, education and civic organizations which make up our community. The Mushroom Festival will strive to continually increase its draw as a regional tourism magnet, growing stronger in appeal-power every year, presenting an opportunity to showcase our city’s hospitality, and ultimately impacting the economic growth of Madisonville.
The City of Madisonville is a community that is beautiful, historic, culturally diverse, affordable, safe and with great opportunity for our citizens.