News & Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Colbert County Water system is evaluating new health advisory levels concerning PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid) and PFOS (Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid). Click [here] for more information.

Press Release: Singing River Trail
Decatur to Shoals Master Plan Visioning Workshops

Launch 2035 and the Singing River Trail have begun the process of developing a trail master plan that will connect Decatur to the Florence/Muscle Shoals region, building on the original master plan that connected Huntsville to Athens and Decatur. Local residents are invited to come learn about the health and economic benefits of trails and contribute their input into the vision for the Singing River Trail route. Public involvement and stakeholder input will set a foundation for the development of the master plan and we want to hear from you!

The community is invited to participate in drop-in, interactive workshops that will identify a vision and opportunities for the development of the Singing River Trail. Come share your thoughts with the project team: What kind of greenway trails would you like to see? What destinations should be connected? What other ideas do you have?

For the public's convenience, there are two locations on two dates in Decatur and Florence (June 14th and June 15th).

When/Where:
Tuesday, June 14th, 4-7pm at Cross-Eyed Owl Brewing Company (105 1st Ave NE, Decatur, AL 35601)
Wednesday, June 15th, 4-7pm at Singin’ River Brewing (526 E College St, Florence, AL 35630)

Project Website
For additional project information and resources, visit: https://singingrivertrail.com/

Contact Information:
John Kvach, Singing River Trail Executive Director
(256) 731-9055 | john@singingrivertrail.com

A brochure is available for download [here].

Upcoming Board Appointments

The Colbert County Commission invites citizens to participate in community service. Citizens may, and are encouraged to, make application for appointment to a number of boards which are important to our community.

An application to volunteer for board positions; when available, may be downloaded here here and once ocompleted may be emailed or submitted to Roger Creekmore, County Administrator.

Voter Information YOU Need to Know About
as a Citizen of Colbert County

Periodically, the Secretary of State mandates that each Alabama County Board of Registrars compile a list of voters to be purged from the voter rosters due to; one, death of the registered voter, two, that voter relocating their residence beyond the County or political boundary in which they were last registered to vote or lastly, due to voter inactivity of the previous four years.

The "purge list" for Colbert County can be viewed or downloaded here. This is the current list of Colbert County voters which are scheduled to be removed in the near future.

Please review this list and if your name is among those listed and should not be or if you find other discrepencies with the list, contact the Colbert County Board of Registrars and find out what you need to do to ensure that you will be able to vote.

There is a very important election next year, which is when we will vote for a U.S. Senator, our State offices including Governor; Secretary of State; Attorney General and others, including our legislators. We will also elect our District Judge; Sheriff, and District Attorney.

Every citizen has the right and the responsibility to choose the best person to represent us. Please participate in the process of selecting our political leaders!

There's no business like Shoals business!

Business hasn't stopped and the Shoals Chamber hasn't either. However, in order to show extra caution for our staff, members, and visitors, we are not accepting walk-ins at this time. Please know that your Chamber is still working for you, and you can reach out to us via email, phone, and social media. Let us know how we can help!

These resources are available on the SCOC website at: www.shoalschamber.com

2020-2023 Colbert County Transporation Plan

On August 6, 2019 the Colbert County Commission; upon recommendation by the County Road Department, approved the FY 2020-2023 County Transportation plan, leveraging the proceeds of the Rebuild Alabama Act fuel tax. Under the plan, 52.39 miles of Colbert County Roads will be resurfaced over the next three year . Preparations for paving some of these roads are already in progress and actual paving will begin in September 2019.

For roads, milage and estimated costs a revised plan with additional roads added, may be viewed or downloaded here:
View the 2020-2023 Colbert County Transporation Plan here

LeanStream WiFi on the Go Announcement

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Open Bids for Goods & Services

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Colbert County Commission Fiscal Categories

Colbert County Budget Meetings:




Location: Colbert County Courthouse

Commission Budget Meetings

The following dates and times have been scheduled for Colbert County Commission budget meetings.

TBA    

Budget Meetings are held in the Commission Board Room unless otherwise advertised, watch for signs indicating location upon entering the Court House.

COLBERT COUNTY COMMISSION
REGULAR MEETINGS

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Colbert County Commission
is held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Meetings typically begin at 5:00 p.m.
[Times are subject to change but with notice]

COLBERT COUNTY COURTHOUSE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE FOR 2022

The Courthouse Holiday Schedule is not available at this time.

Holidays that fall on Sunday are observed on Monday; holidays that fall on Saturday are observed on Friday.

Alabama State Offices Holiday Schedule 2022

Click here for house hold garbage pick-up schedules affected by the above holidays.

 
 

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Mission Statement

Provide quality services as provided by law or mandated by the public, to enhance the health, safety and general well-being of the citizens and promote industrial and economic development of Colbert County.

Guiding Principles:

  • Conduct County operations in a legal, ethical and fair manner.
  • Conduct the public's business in a manner that is responsive, accessible and open to all.
  • Provide professional leadership and operational excellence.
  • Recognize that County employees and volunteer citizens are the foundation upon which these services are provided.
  • Promote Industrial Development

Contact Us

Address:
201 N. Main Street
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Telephone:
(256) 386-8501
FAX:
(256) 386-8510
Colbert County is an equal opportunity employer.