Madison County Service Center Opens

The new Madison County Service Center opened today.

The $11.5 million Madison County Service Center officially opened Monday, with several county departments having moved in during February.

The 60,000-square-foot facility was designed by Huntsville’s Chapman Sisson Architects and built by Huntsville’s Lee Builders.

It’s all an effort to make county services more convenient for residents.

“The new Madison County Service Center offers a convenient location for Madison County residents to quickly take care of their needs,” says Dale W. Strong, chairman of the Madison County Commission. “We focused on convenience in areas including parking, with more than 350 free parking spaces, along with prompt service, featuring a queuing system allowing residents to choose the reason for their visit while waiting in the spacious and comfortable lobby.”

Offices in the new building include the Madison County Board of Registrars, Sales Tax, License, Probate, Tax Assessor and Tax Collector.

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The office sits on nearly eight acres at the corner of North Memorial Parkway and Oakwood Avenue.

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