March 31, 2020-Priceville Municipal Lobby Closed
Effective immediately the Priceville Municipal Building Lobby will be closed to the public due to COVID-19 in order to protect our employees and citizens. You may submit any payments by mail or drop it off in the front door slot at your convenience.
If you need assistance during normal business hours call (256)355-5476, ext. 0 or visit www.townofpriceville.com. Our website has our applications (building permit, business license and wastewater) under Departments and then click on Building to see each application highlighted in yellow. You may then fax (256) 351-0563 or email the completed applications to our office.
Melvin Duran, Mayor
MARCH 26, 2020-VETERANS PARK AND MORGAN COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Due to the recent order from Governor Kay Ivey and the State Health Office suspending public gatherings of more than 25 people to reduce the risk of spreading the COVID-19, Veterans Park and The Morgan County Veterans Memorial will be closed. This will include all playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, pavilion, community center, and the gazebo. The walking trail will remain open at this time.
If you choose to utilize the walking trail please be cautious and use the 6 foot distance rule!!
For more information you can call 256-355-5476 ext. 0.
Information from the Town of Priceville regarding the current situation and the COVID-19 virus.
The information coming to us is changing hourly, therefore it is necessary for the Town to take certain precautionary measures. The Town of Priceville’s most important goal is to protect our citizens and our employees.
With the President of the United States, and the Governor of Alabama both declaring a state of emergency trying to slow the spread of the COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus; the Town of Priceville will make changes in some services and facilities. The changes below are to protect our citizens of Priceville and our town employees as well as others who work or are connected within the Town’s operations:
Beginning Tuesday, March 17:
- The Linda Duran Public Library will be closed to the public until further notice. If you have any questions please call (256) 552-0230.• Priceville Municipal Court has canceled upcoming court dates. Court dates currently set for March 24th are rescheduled for May 5, 2020; the trial court date for April 14th will be June 9, 2020; and the April 28th court date is rescheduled for May 26, 2020 with all court dates beginning at 3:00 P.M. Notices have been mailed to all defendants and attorneys of record for these dockets. If you have any questions, please contact your attorney or the Court office at 256-355-5476 ext. 102.
Priceville Municipal Building will be open normal business hours. Brush pickup and yard waste pickup will continue as normal. Our Town staff in all departments will try to answer any questions you might have and lend help in any way possible. Please call our office at (256) 355-5476 ext. 0, if you need additional information or require assistance.
The Town of Priceville will continue our best efforts to serve the citizens and our businesses in the manner to which each is accustomed. Town administration will also keep the concerns of COVID-19 as a top priority and respond in a manner necessary to protect everyone.
We do ask if you feel you have been exposed to the COVID-19 please contact your personal health provider.
During these uncertain and changing times, we urge all residents of Priceville, all businesses and employees of the Town to take necessary precautions to protect yourself and your families. Please follow directions and instructions from the federal, state and local leadership, as well as professionals in disease control. Those include frequent hand washing, staying at least 6 feet from others when you are out and avoiding large groups of people.
Also, please be cautious of information from unfamiliar sources and do your best to follow those in the know.
Check on your elderly neighbors, maybe shop for them or run necessary errands. If you are not working, perhaps offer to babysit for friends, family and neighbors who will need childcare due to school closings.
We will survive this, with God’s help, and remember, we are Priceville strong!
Mayor Melvin Duran
An ideal town for work and play.
Nestled in a tree-lined valley off I-65 in Morgan County, our community offers a unique charm all its own.
There are a many reasons families are drawn to this idyllic town: successful schools, safe neighborhoods, and some of our state’s most beautiful natural surroundings are just a few.
The business environment here is equally robust, while respecting and preserving our small-town atmosphere.
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