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Mayor Walt Maddox would love to hear from you! Get in touch with the mayor to let him know any concerns or questions you have.

Pay My Water Bill

No need for paper checks or cash! Pay your water/trash bill online with bank draft or any major credit/debit card.

Repair a Garbage Cart

Is your garbage cart broken or unusable? Let us know if you'd like a repair or replacement.

Broken Water Meter

Suspect a broken water meter? We can help with that. 

Missed Trash Pickup

Uh oh - did we skip your trash pickup? We'll be right over. 

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Garbage Collection

Garbage collection will be picking up for route two today. To find your collection day, click below.

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City Council Meeting

Tuscaloosa City Council will meet in the Council Chambers in City Hall today at 6 p.m.

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Farmers Market

The Tuscaloosa farmers market is located at the River Market on Jack Warner Blvd. Come see us today between 7 a.m. and noon.

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Council Committees

The City Council start their series of committee meetings in the Daugherty Conference Room in City Hall today at 2:30 p.m.

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Tuscaloosa, Auburn Mayors Make Annual Iron Bowl Wager

November 21, 2017
In the last five years, Auburn Mayor Ham has donated $400 to the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative while Tuscaloosa Mayor Maddox has donated $100 to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lee County.
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City of Tuscaloosa’s Holidays on the River Tickets Available for Purchase

November 13, 2017
Tickets for the City of Tuscaloosa’s Holidays on the River event go on sale today, Monday, Nov. 13. New this year, all day passes are available for purchase.
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City of Tuscaloosa Launches Redesigned Responsive, Reactive Website

October 24, 2017
The City of Tuscaloosa launches a completely redesigned website Wednesday, Oct. 25. More than a visual overhaul, the new site focuses on users and what they need, not on how City Hall is departmentally organized. 
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