- Madden has a community hall and curling rink. The hall has a large room which holds about 350 people a small room which holds about 150, and full kitchen facilities are available for functions.
- The Town of Crossfield (about 18 km east of Madden) has a curling rink, an indoor arena and a recreation centre.
The County has nine electoral divisions, and a councillor represents each division.
Madden is serviced by Madden Fire Station 105 which is a volunteer station providing fire coverage for the far northwest area of the County.
Madden is named after Bernard "Barney" Madden, a pioneer who homesteaded in the area in 1876. The hamlet wasn't developed, however, until 1930 when the railway came through. Located in the northwestern part of Rocky View, Madden appears to stand still in time, with it's curved main street, old stores, and gas station.
The Madden United Church, built in 1942, stands outside the hamlet on the far side of the main road. The curling rink is a popular centre during the winter months in conjunction with the community centre.
Call 911 for medical emergencies. Rocky View County is serviced by ground ambulances operated by Alberta Health Services.
The nearest acute care hospitals with emergency services are:
- Madden has a campground, a playground, two ball diamonds, a golf course and an outdoor arena where rodeos are held.
- The nearby Town of Crossfield has seven parks with playgrounds, a golf course, an outdoor water park, ball diamonds, a skateboard park, soccer fields, and rodeo grounds.
Call 911 for all emergencies.
Responsible for keeping the peace, preventing crimes and investigating crimes already committed.
- RCMP Airdrie Detachment
Rocky View County Enforcement and Compliance
Responsible for public safety, promoting traffic safety, protecting County roads and infrastructure and enforcing County bylaws.
The County currently does not provide water servicing in Madden. Water service is by private water wells.
The County currently does not provide wastewater servicing in Madden. Wastewater servicing is through private septic systems or pump-out systems.
Electricity & Natural Gas
Electricity and natural gas are deregulated in Alberta. The Alberta Government has a website to assist customers with choosing a provider for a residence or business. Contact your distributor in the event of a natural gas emergency.
Please contact FortisAlberta for electrical emergencies, power and streetlight outages at 403.310.9473 or at the FortisAlberta website.