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MPD & MFD Logos
- MPD Logo
- MPD Patch: png
- MFD Logo
- MFD Patch: png
Elected Official Photos
- 2023 Mayor & Council Photo
- Mayor Robert H. Conley (option 1)
- Mayor Robert H. Conley (option 2)
- Council President John F. Hoover
- Council Member Rachel Ehrlich
- Council Member Robert E. Landrigan
- Council Member Eric Range
- Council Member Tom Haralampoudis
- Council Member John Forte
About the Borough of Madison
The Borough of Madison is a small suburban community in southeast Morris County, New Jersey, about fifteen miles due west of Times Square. Established in 1889, with a population of 3,250 persons, it seceded from Chatham Township and became a borough in order to develop a local water supply system, and eventually their own electric department. In 2019, Madison was named the #1 Best Place to Live by New Jersey Monthly.
About Mayor Robert H. Conley
The 32nd Mayor of the Borough of Madison, Robert H. Conley, came into office in 2012 after serving for seven years as a Council Member. During his term in office, Conley has worked to have Madison named as the #1 Town to Live in by New Jersey Monthly in 2019.
Since assuming office in 2012, Conley has worked to keep the increase in municipal taxes to less than 7% in total over the last 8 years (less than 1% per year increase); invested $40 million in capital improvements; ensured Madison’s AAA Bond rating was maintained; has lowered electric rates by 10% and worked closely with area CEOs.
Conley was sworn in for his third term as mayor on January 5, 2020 – making himself the longest running mayor in Madison since Madison’s first Mayor James Preston Albright in 1906.