Welcome to the Madison County area. Madisonville is the county seat for the county of Madison. Madison County is located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 13,664. Its seat is Madisonville. The county was created in 1853 and organized the next year. For those who enjoy small town ambiance but still crave the convenience and culture of a larger city, Madisonville is ideally located. A small community of less than 5,000 people, we are often called the “Gateway to Bryan/College Station”, (only 35 minutes away and the home of Texas A&M University.) About halfway between Houston and Dallas, Madisonville is within 3 hours of more than 16 million people. The cities of Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, and San Antonio are all within 200 miles. Whether you are enjoying the amenities at Lake Madison, playing golf at the Oak Ridge Country Club, or dining in the historic Woodbine Hotel, you’re sure to find a warm welcome. Madisonville is a great place for raising a family.  Small town values and an excellent school system  combine to offer students unlimited potential.  Whether building a house for a low income family, showing livestock in state and county fairs or using the latest in technology, our children receive the best in education. Visit Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District’s web page to learn more.

Interesting Facts about Madison County & Some Links That May Be Helpful

Founded: 1854 Area: 472 mi Population: 13,781 (2013) Unemployment rate: 3.8% (Apr 2015) County seat: Madisonville Cities: Madisonville, North Zulch, Midway, Cottonwood County name: Madison Standard Zip Codes: 77864 Phone Area Codes: 936 Time Zone: Central Latitude: 30.949 Longitude: -95.911 Jan Temp: 36 to 60 F Apr Temp: 54 to 79 F Jul Temp: 71 to 96 F Oct Temp: 55 to 82 F Annual Precip: 44 inches                                                                                                                                                               
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Welcome to the Madison County area. Madisonville is the county seat for the county of Madison. As of the 2010 census, its population was 13,664. Its seat is Madisonville. The county was created in 1853 and organized the next year. For those who enjoy small town ambiance but still crave the convenience and culture of a larger city, Madisonville is ideally located. A small community of less than 5,000 people, we are often called the “Gateway to Bryan/College Station”, (only 35 minutes away and the home of Texas A&M University.) About halfway between Houston and Dallas, Madisonville is within 3 hours of more than 16 million people. The cities of Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, and San Antonio are all within 200 miles. Whether you are enjoying the amenities at Lake Madison, playing golf at the Oak Ridge Country Club, or dining in the historic Woodbine Hotel, you’re sure to find a warm welcome. Madisonville is a great place for raising a family.  Small town values and an excellent school system  combine to offer students unlimited potential.  Whether building a house for a low income family, showing livestock in state and county fairs or using the latest in technology, our children receive the best in of education. Visit Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District’s web page to learn more.

Interesting Facts about Madison County &            

Some Links That May Be Helpful

Founded: 1854 Area: 472 mi Population: 13,781 (2013) Unemployment rate: 3.8% (Apr 2015) County seat: Madisonville Cities: Madisonville, North Zulch, Midway, Cottonwood County name: Madison Standard Zip Codes: 77864 Phone Area Codes: 936 Time Zone: Central Latitude: 30.949 Longitude: -95.911 Jan Temp: 36 to 60 F Apr Temp: 54 to 79 F Jul Temp: 71 to 96 F Oct Temp: 55 to 82 F Annual Precip: 44 inches
Welcome Visitors
Welcome Visitors
Just A Few Interesting Facts about Madison County Texas
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