On behalf of the City of Madera welcome to the Vision Madera 2025 section of our webpage which serves as our Scorecard to the implementation of the Vision Madera 2025 Plan. Please let us know.
This web site will provide you with all the information on the City of Madera Climate Action Plan. Here, you will find the most current information available to help you get involved with the City of Madera Climate Action Plan.
The City of Madera has made a personal commitment to make a difference in graffiti abatement by establishing a new Anti Graffiti Program and the Together Against Graffiti (T.A.G.) Taskforce. Our goal is stop the spread of graffiti in our city through education, prevention, intervention and enforcement.
Our “How Do I...?” section is a quick way to get your frequently asked questions resolved and much more. Please browse through the list of frequently asked questions and see if we have the answers for you.
Click here for Financial Statement FY 2010- 2011
Announcing applications for The City of Madera’s third Citizens’ Academy. Click here for more information.
Anunciando solicitudes para La tercera Academia de Ciudadanos de Madera. Oprima aquí para más información.
Save time and fuel... Pay your city utility bills online. Click here for details! Click here for answers to Utility Billing frequently asked questions.
Proposition 218 Notice of Public Hearing for proposed water and sewer rate increase. Learn more:
Resolution No. 10-70, Proposition 218 Notification [ English ] - [ Spanish ]
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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) was signed into law by President Obama on February 17, 2009. The ARRA awards $980 million in Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R) funds through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). To distribute these funds to cities, counties, insular areas and states, HUD has suggested a format for grantees to follow. Our CDBG-R grant amount is $260,115. Click here to view our documents submitted to HUD.