Governor Kay Ivey on Tuesday issued an amended Safer at Home Order to be applied statewide. The current order, which took effect on May 22, was previously set to expire on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. but has been extended to expire on July 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.

Governor Kay Ivey on Tuesday issued an amended Safer at Home Order to be applied statewide. The current order, which took effect on May 22, was previously set to expire on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. but has been extended to expire on July 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. For full details, please…

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Effective June 29, 2020, public establishments in Jefferson County will require persons to wear a face covering by order of the Jefferson County Health Officer.  This is not a city requirement, but a Jefferson County requirement so all cities in the county are required to comply.  To learn more, please click here to access the…

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City of Leeds Paving Projects | Each year City Council members submit a list of roads that need to be paved in their districts.  Those lists are compiled, combined and reviewed. The Mayor and Council work together with the process to review the budget and make decisions on every district on the most urgent needs for…

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Leeds Check Presentation to Family of Lt. Stephen Williams | L-R: Moody Police Chief Thomas Hunt, Moody Mayor Pro Tem Linda Crow, Michelle Williams, Leeds Mayor David Miller, Rails & Ales Owner Cary Kennedy, Leeds Water Works Bill Morris.

Mayor David Miller presented a check to Michelle Williams, wife of fallen Moody Police Officer Lt. Stephen Williams, in the amount of $14, 297 on behalf of Rails & Ales and the City of Leeds for the recent fundraiser. The presentation took place at Moody Police Department today. Leeds Check Presentation to Family of Lt.…

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Questions or concerns have been received regarding the City of Leeds Senior Center and programs offered to its senior residents while the state of Alabama has had all senior centers in the state closed since March due to COVID-19 and the risk associated with senior adults. Just to bring everyone up to date, here is…

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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

Questions and concerns have been posted to social media this week regarding the City of Leeds Senior Center. We realize that people are ready to get back to normal, the Senior Center being closed has nothing to do with the City of Leeds. We are under state order just like all municipalities in the state…

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City of Leeds  Public Safety Committee | This is to serve notice that the City of Leeds Public Safety Committee will meet at 9:30 AM on Thursday, June 11, 2020 at the Leeds Municipal Annex conference room at 1410 9th St, Leeds, AL 35094.

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LEEDS CURFEW LIFTED: I have lifted the curfew in the City of Leeds effective today. COVID 19 health directives from the State and Jefferson County Health Department remain in effect until modified by those entities. While we have removed the curfew, we have not relaxed our protective actions and our police deployment in defense of…

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It is our job to attempt to keep the City of Leeds residents and local businesses safe, protecting lives and property, and we will err on the side of caution as the imposed curfew remains in effect. Whether anyone would like to admit or not, we are in the middle of a declared national civic…

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Rails & Ales Fundraiser Benefiting Family of Sgt. Stephen Williams – Friday, June 12 – 4:00 PM – Live Music with Evan Kennedy at 7:00 PM, Chubbfather’s 6:00-9:00 PM.  100% of Sales of R&A Creme Ale & Dixie Craft Lager + Non-alcoholic beverages + Musician & Staff Tips + Percentage of Food Sales will be…

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RUMOR CONTROL: Some folks have become concerned as word that the National Guard would be in Leeds this evening was spread around. Here’s the straight scoop as we know it right now:  Governor Ivy activated the National Guard at 12:01 am. This morning, I received an email document from Mr. Coker, head of Jefferson County…

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