City of Hartselle Update
March 27, 2020
As the COVID-19 numbers continue to rise the City of Hartselle is increasing the steps we are taking to both protect the citizens of Hartselle as well as insure the safety of our employees.
Beginning Monday, March 30 the following changes will occur.
- City Hall will be accessible by appointment only. Please call 256 773 2535 and you will be provided information you may need or require. City Hall will be staffed and the phones are manned. If you need to speak with someone at City Hall you will be transferred to that person.
- The City of Hartselle Landfill will be closed on Saturday for the next few weeks, plans are to continue operating Monday through Friday 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.
- By order of the Alabama Department of Public Health all City playgrounds will be closed.
- You are welcome to use the walking trails at Sparkman Park, but please maintain the suggested six feet of distance between walkers.
- The pond at Sparkman Park is open for fishing but again keep at least six feet between others.
- Sparkman Civic Center and the William Bradford Huie Library remain closed to the public but both are staffed to answer questions you might have. Sparkman Civic Center 256 773 2581, Library 256 773 9880
- As always any emergency please call 911. For information at Hartselle Fire & Rescue please call 256 773 2545.
- For Police emergencies please call 911. For information or questions please call Hartselle Police Department at 256 773 4913.
- Municipal Court is postponed until May, please call 256 773 2703 for additional information or help.
- Garage sale permits will not be sold at this time.
- For those businesses deemed non-essential by order of the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Kay Ivy, we thank you for being a part of Hartselle and we look forward to you all reopening very soon.
A special request from the Mayor, please follow guidelines and requests from authorities. Stay home as much as possible, no groups larger than 10 people and then remain six feet apart. Wash your hand for at least 20 seconds any time you make contact with anything outside of your home and several times each day inside your home. It is a life or death situation.
Please continue to support our local businesses, restaurants and others that are allowed to stay open for business.
Take a walk, spend time with your family, participate in an online worship service, wave at your neighbor across the street, even have a conversation across the street, check on the elderly, help your neighbor and most all of pray that this soon passes.