Location: 219 Boulder Rd (off Conway Rd/Route 113)
FRIDAY 7 a.m. – noon
SATURDAY 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
SUNDAY 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
MONDAY 7 a.m. – noon
CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY
Certified Solid Waste Operators: Full-Time Attendant Jim Cairns; Part-Time Attendant Charles White; Substitute Attendant William Moore; Assistant Road Agent Bill Chick Jr.; Highway Technicians Robert Hatch, Michael LaClair, & Justin Chick; Town Administrator Melissa Arias; and Selectman Michael Brooks.
STICKERS: The new 2015/16 Transfer Station/Beach stickers are now available at Town Hall (M-Th 8 am – 4 pm) or via mail with a self-addressed stamped envelope. To obtain stickers via mail please send a photocopy of your vehicle registration(s), the physical address of your Madison property, your phone number and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
Town of Madison
PO Box 248
Madison, N H 03849
The Town is not responsible for stickers delayed or lost by the US Postal Service.
NOTE: You are strongly encouraged to place each adhesive sticker on a piece of saran wrap or clear packing tape before scotch taping them to the inside of the appropriate vehicle windshield, lower driver’s corner. This allows the sticker to be salvaged if you transfer license plates to a different vehicle or need a replacement windshield during the two-year term of the sticker. There is a fee for replacement stickers.
To be eligible for a Madison Transfer Station/Beach sticker you must be either:
(1) the property owner of record (name listed on the recorded deed);
(2) the spouse of a property owner (name not listed on the recorded deed);
(3) a named Trustee, if the Madison property ownership is under a Trust;
(4) a resident with a valid Madison address shown on the back of your driver’s license;
(5) the dependent of a property owner or resident that resides at home or attends college;
(6) a person with a rental agreement or lease for at least 6 months at a Madison home.
All others will be expected to use non-resident coupons (see below) in order to use the Transfer Station.
Non-resident coupon booklets are sold in books of 5 for $5 to taxpayers or residents only. They can be obtained by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the address noted above. NOTE: A legal size envelope is required due to coupon size. More than 2 coupon books require an extra stamp. The Town is not responsible for coupon booklets delayed or lost by the US Postal Service. Property owners can call 603-367-4332 x1 to give verbal permission for a third party to purchase non-resident coupon booklets at Town Hall on their behalf. Positive ID will be required.
The Town of Madison appreciates your help separating and RECYCLING all possible items to reduce the operating costs of the Transfer Station. Click to view the current Transfer Station flyer.
RECYCLING MIXED PAPER SAVES TAXPAYER DOLLARS. ACCEPTABLE MIXED PAPER: Newspaper, Office Paper, Computer Paper, Fax Paper, Telephone Books, Soft Cover Books, Posters, Magazines, White/Colored Paper, Manila Folders, Envelopes,
Junk Mail, Chipboard (i.e., cereal/shoe/gift boxes), Egg Cartons, Brown Paper Bags, Corrugated Cardboard, Hard Cover books (with covers removed), School Paper (i.e., ruled/construction paper)
UNACCEPTABLE MIXED PAPER: Tyvek Envelopes, Gift Wrap, Blue Print Paper, Plastic Bags, Food Contaminated Paper Products (i.e., paper plates/napkins), Waxed Paper, Carbon Paper, Aseptic Packages (i.e., drink cartons)
Madison residents can dispose of hazardous waste at Conway’s Hazardous Waste Collection Day in September of each year.