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10/11 ~ Cintas Hosts Shred Event at the Pelham Public Library

On Saturday, October 11th, Cintas will host a shred event at Pelham Public Library form 8:00 am to noon. The event is offered free of charge and will provide city residents with a safe and secure resource to shred their confidential personal and business documents. During the event, anyone can bring their documents in and [...]

Public Hearing October 6, 2014

Public Hearing Notice

Open Bid

Racquet Club Resurfacing Bid

City seeking applicants for the Storm Water Regulations Board

The Pelham City Council is accepting applications for the new Storm Water Regulations Board.  Applicants must be Pelham residents, and engineering experience in storm water management is preferred.  The board will consist of five members appointed by the Pelham City Council to serve a four-year term. Residents interested in applying for a position on this [...]

ARSEA ~ One Time Bonus for Retirees

The City of Pelham passed Resolution 2014-08-26-01 to grant a one-time bonus to city retiree as specified by Alabama Legislative Act #2014-429. Using a sliding scale formula and based upon length of creditable service ($2.00 a month x 12 months x years of service) retirees with 25 years of service, for example, would receive a [...]

OAK MOUNTAIN AMPHITHEATER TRAFFIC AND PARKING PLAN

The Oak Mountain Amphitheater Traffic and Parking Plan and Map have been developed to improve the flow of traffic and reduce commute and wait time for those attending events. You are encouraged to open the attachment below and review the recommended Oak Mountain Amphitheater Traffic and Parking Plan. (This is a large file.   Please allow time for [...]

Pelham City School Pro-Forma Budgets

Pro-Forma Budget without Construction Project Pro-Forma Budget with 40M Construction Project

NOTICE TO BUSINESSES – SALES TAX INCREASE – EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1ST

SALES TAX LETTER – 2013

Money Magazine names Pelham

as one of the best places to live ~ Money Magazine

Shelby County School System’s Response

to Councilmember Mercer’s letter. Click here