The town's police department, fire department volunteers, ambulance crews, and public works crews are out in force, responding to calls and clearing the roads, said Madison Police Chief Jack Drumm.
"We have the payloaders out, we have the heavy equipment out and we're clearing the roads," Drumm said Saturday morning. "We're going with the primary roads first, then the secondary roads, then the other roads."
Drumm said emergency responders and dispatch were working through the night and that the storm did not force the department to pull officers off of the road.
"We've been working in conjunction with the fire department, and the ambulance, and the public works crews and they've been doing a tremendous job. But it's been very difficult. There's a lot of snow on the ground and a lot of rain. It rained about five inches during the night and that didn't make efforts to clear the roads any easier."
"But we were able to answer emergency calls. We did have a couple of folks we did send to the hospital," he said.
"Right now, we're just trying to clear the main roads in town," he said. "Hopefully we'll get good cooperation from the [state Department of Transportation] DOT [which is responsible for the Boston Post Road and Route 79, two of the main roads in town].