New COVID19 Safer at Home Guidelines begin May 22, 2020 per Governor Ivey's latest press release.Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday issued an amended Safer at

New Safer at Home Guidelines begin May 22, 2020 per Governor Ivey’s latest press release. Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday issued an amended Safer at Home Order to be applied Statewide. The order which includes an expanded list of items to reopen will be effective Friday, May 22, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and will expire…

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The City of Leeds Recycling Center is open.  Please separate your plastic, paper and cans into individual bags and put them in the marked portion of the outside bin.  Please LARGE CARDBOARD and LARGE BAGS beside the bin close to the door.  Please DO NOT BRING household garbage at all to the Recycling Center.  Thank…

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Attached is the Governor's new order relaxing many restrictions on business effective May 11, 2020 ~Mayor David Miller | City of Leeds, Alabama

Attached is the Governor’s new order relaxing many restrictions on business. ~Mayor David Miller For other COVID-19 resources, please visit our City COVID-19 Hub For AL.com article regarding these relaxed restrictions, click here.

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Please view Leeds City Council agenda for the May 4th council meeting by clicking the following link on our website:  https://www.leedsalabama.org/calendar-events/ Due to restrictions related to COVID-19 Emergency, the City Council Meeting is restricted to Council members and Staff. You may view the meeting at: Leeds City Council – May 4, 2020 Mon, May 4, 2020…

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CITY OF LEEDS REOPENING NEWS! I have directed a number of re-openings effective immediately. City tennis courts, all City parks, all City public buildings with the exception of City Hall which is undergoing construction work and which will provide curbside service until work is complete. The recycling center is included in the reopening but with…

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HERE IS A SYNOPSIS OF THE NEW HEALTH ORDER: For Immediate Release | April 28, 2020 | Media Contact: Melissa Sizemore, EMA, sizemorem@jccal.org, 205.254.2039 Chris Osborne, JCDH, chris.osborne@jcdh.org, 205.215.2877 JEFFERSON COUNTY UNIFIED COMMAND CENTER UPDATES FOR APRIL 28, 2020 Birmingham, AL – The Jefferson County Unified Command Center (JCUC) and its partner agencies continued to…

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Long awaited Hwy 119/President Street Traffic Signal Breaks Ground:  After lengthy delays while details were worked out with ALDOT and Geo-technical studies

Long awaited Hwy 119/President Street Traffic Signal Breaks Ground:  After lengthy delays while details were worked out with ALDOT and Geo-technical studies were undertaken to make sure the installation of the poles would not interfere with the Rowan Springs water source, work has begun on the new traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 119…

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Congressman Gary Palmer will host another tele-townhall at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23rd, for small business owners & elected officials from Alabama’s 6th

Congressman Gary Palmer will host another tele-townhall at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23rd, for small business owners and elected officials from Alabama’s 6th Congressional District. To participate, please call 888-598-4224. Join Congressman Gary Palmer Tele-Townhall this Thursday Joining Gary on this call will be Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot, who represents Ohio’s 1st Congressional District and…

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To extend a helping hand to small businesses suffering from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation – in partnership with Vistaprint and a coalition of supporting companies, foundations, and philanthropic donors – is working to provide financial relief through the Save Small Business Fund. The Fund is providing $5,000…

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Status of City Finances and Proposals to Deal with Revenue Losses:  There are a lot of rumors and premature statements going around which need to be addressed. First, folks should know that the City is experiencing huge revenue losses due to the State and Federal ordered closures. This is not something the City did, rather its…

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We have been so consumed with COVID-19 that we really haven’t talked much about the U.S. Census 2020.  By now, you should have received your envelope in the mail with instructions and your code to complete the census online and even a second request, if you haven’t complied.  It only takes a few minutes, but…

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