Madera Christmas Parade

The Annual Candlelight Christmas Parade has become a tradition among the community of Madera. Crowds of children and adults cheer as the lighted decorated floats go by.  For the Community of Madera, this annual parade kicks off the Holiday Season. The annual parade is provide by the Madera Downtown Association and the Madera Evening Lions Service Organization. The Christmas Parade of Lights begins at 6:00 pm. The parade route starts at Yosemite Avenue and A Street and proceeds West on Yosemite Avenue then turn South on E Street.

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2022 Celebrations: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

For over 20 years, Barrows Physical Therapy has been serving Madera and surrounding communities.

Barrows Physical Therapy – Madera conveniently located on our new location on S. Gateway Drive, is the top choice for individualized physical therapy in a warm and encouraging atmosphere.

We offer exceptional care, trusted expertise, and remarkable outcomes through in-clinic PT treatment. Barrows Physical Therapy is the most popular choice for Barrows Physical Therapy in Madera, from balance and vertigo difficulties to sports injuries, and workers’ compensation claims.

Barrows Physical Therapy is the top choice for Physical Therapy in Madera

The friendly staff at Barrows Physical Therapy will develop a personalized treatment plan designed for YOU to help you reach your goals and reduce the chance of future injuries.

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We are the modern market for modern times.

Providing fresh, innovative, health-conscious options from our food to our snacks. Whether it be in-store or utilizing our Fresh Fill mobile app drive-thru, we offer food and beverage options in a fast and convenient way. All while investing in our Team and Community to make the world a better place. Visit us at 131 Riverwalk Blvd. S. Suite 100, Madera, CA 93636

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We realize the reasons for pursuing orthodontic treatment vary greatly with individual patients. Our goal, however, remains constant – to help you achieve an attractive and the healthiest smile possible. Such a smile can be effective in boosting confidence and self-esteem throughout your lifetime. At Sachdeva Orthodontics, we take pride in the health and confidence that a good-looking smile brings to our patients. We hope we can do the same for you.

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Esperanza Village

The City of Madera, in partnership with The Pacific Companies, MORES, and the Madera Chamber of Commerce, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, March 22nd at 3:30 pm to celebrate the completion of Esperanza Village, a new downtown housing project located at 125 N. C Street.

Esperanza Village is a 48-unit affordable housing development located in the heart of Downtown Madera. In 2019, the City of Madera, in collaboration with The Pacific Companies and MORES, obtained an $11.3 million grant for the project from the California Strategic Growth Council’s Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program. Construction for the project concluded in the fourth quarter of 2021, and all units are now fully occupied.

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Fire Station 58

The City of Madera hosted a long-awaited ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 30th to officially commemorate the completion of Fire Station No. 58, the first new fire station built in Madera since 1978.

Station 58 is located at the southwest corner of Aviation Drive and Condor Avenue, just west of State Route 99. Designed with an architectural aesthetic inspired by the neighboring Madera Municipal Airport, the 9,020 square-foot state-of-the-art facility features three apparatus bays, a sleeping area for up to 10 personnel, a kitchen, a day room, an exercise facility, and a training room. Built with firefighter health and wellness in mind, the station includes safety features that reduce firefighters’ exposure to carcinogens and hazardous vehicle emissions and is also equipped with a HeartSmart fire department alerting system.

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Madera Boot Barn

Boot Barn Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: BOOT), the largest western and workwear retailer in the nation, will celebrated the opening on April 1st with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. The new nearly 21,000 square foot store is located at 2220 W. Cleveland Ave. This will be the company’s 58th store in California.
“We are honored to join and support the Madera community,” said Mike Love, Senior Vice President of Stores at Boot Barn. “It is our absolute pleasure to provide the Madera community with Boot Barn’s limitless selection of western and work boots and apparel. We are truly looking forward to meeting the community at our Grand Opening.

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Our mission at Iron Key Real Estate is to empower our clients’ buying and selling decisions through education and inspired action; thus creating a real estate experience that is second to none.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Iron Key Real Estate office in Madera – June 2022
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Located in the heart of California, the Rao Dermatology offices pride themselves on providing quality services for each patient, while bringing innovative technologies to their offerings. As industry leaders, our decades of experience provide a strong foundation to ensure excellent care is given to each individual as they enter our doors.

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The Arc of Fresno and Madera Counties offers individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability the opportunity to succeed in a supportive environment.  The services available from The Arc offer clients the necessary training to acquire the skills needed to fully become an integral part of their community.  

Founded in 1953 by a group of concerned parents wanting a fulfilling life for their children, The Arc began in a makeshift classroom at a local park facility.  The Arc of Fresno and Madera Counties has grown from this small beginning to an organization that covers two counties of the Central Valley. The Arc serves over 650 individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities with a professional staff of 185 in eight program settings.

The Arc of Fresno and Madera Counties is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.