The City Council Meeting of January 19, 2021 will be virtual for the public.  As you know, in December after hearing from the State and local EMA, the Jefferson County Health Department and UAB – all of whom are discouraging in-person meetings where possible – the Mayor , in the interest of public safety, decided…

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Notice of Leeds railroad crossing work:  The railroad will be working on the crossings at Ashville Road and 8th St tomorrow, January 14, 2021. The railroad indicates that the closings will occur before the morning school rush and before the end of the school day.

Notice of Leeds Railroad Crossing Work:  The railroad will be working on the crossings at Ashville Road and 8th Street tomorrow, January 14, 2021. The railroad indicates that the closings will occur before the morning school rush and before the end of the school day. Please expect delays.

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Let's welcome Be Set Free, Inc. to Leeds.  Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Leeds performed a ribbon cutting ceremony today

Let’s welcome Be Set Free, Inc. to Leeds.  The Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Leeds performed a ribbon cutting ceremony today for Be Set Free, Inc. located at 1628 9thStreet, a new counseling service in town.  Owner Angela Davis is a Counselor and Life Coach who just moved her counseling practice…

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Whataburger Ribbon Cutting | Join Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Leeds for a Ribbon Cutting at the new Whataburger (located in the old Hardee’s space) located at 1824 Ashville Road. Date for this event will be February 11, 2021 at 10:00 am. If you have any questions, please contact Sandra McGuire,…

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Buc-ee-s Ribbon Cutting | Join Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Leeds for a Ribbon Cutting at Buc-ee’s located at 6900 Buc-ee’s Boulevard, Leeds on Monday, January 25, 2021 at 11:00 am. Let’s officially welcome Buc-ee’s to Leeds, Alabama! For more information, please contact Sandra McGuire, Chamber Executive Director, at 205.699.5001. #ribboncutting #buc-ees #leedsalabama

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Join Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Leeds for a Ribbon Cutting at Be Set Free, Inc., a new counseling service, located at 1628 9th Street (the old Cut-Co office space next to the railroad) scheduled for Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 10:00 am.  Let’s welcome this new business to Leeds, Alabama!  If…

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COVID-19 vaccination appointments are available for Alabamians 75 years and older, first responders (including law enforcement and firefight

COVID-19 vaccination appointments are available for Alabamians 75 years and older, first responders (including law enforcement and firefighters) statewide effective January 18, as healthcare workers and others continue to be vaccinated. A new press release from the Ala. Dept. of Public Health says those 75+ can begin getting the vaccine, by appointment, beginning January 18.…

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The City of Leeds has a job opening in the Public Works Department for a laborer.  This opening is for a full-time employee whose job responsibilities will include mowing, patching roads and other tasks performed through this department. Click this link for more information. You may pick up an application at City Hall or to…

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The City Council Meeting of January 4, 2021 will be virtual for the public.  In December after hearing from the State and local EMA, the Jefferson County Health Department and UAB – all of whom are discouraging in-person meetings where possible – the Mayor , in the interest of public safety, decided to conduct City…

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City of Leeds Senior Center Update Alabama

Good Afternoon, My name is Alisa Burleson and I am the new Director of the Leeds Senior Services Department.  We are so excited to get things moving again in 2021 for our citizen’s ages 50 and older.   As we develop new programs, events and services, input from our Senior Community is vital.  Attached is a survey…

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Leeds Police Department Provides Christmas for a Family in Need | About five years ago, Leeds Police Lieutenant Wilbert Griffin came up with

Leeds Police Department Provides Christmas for a Family in Need | About five years ago, Leeds Police Lieutenant Wilbert Griffin came up with the idea of the police department sponsoring a family for Christmas.  Each year since, Lt. Griffin has been able to get donations to help with the Christmas program. Lehigh Cement and Shops of Grand…

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The City Council Meeting of December 14, 2020, will be virtual for the public. After hearing from the State and local EMA, the Jefferson County Health Department and UAB – all of whom are discouraging in-person meetings where possible – the Mayor has – in the interest of public safety – decided to conduct City…

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