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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.

Report a Garbage/Trash Issue

Missed your garbage pickup? It happens to the best of us. Report your issue to 311.

Request a Recycling Bin

Tuscaloosa recycles! We're glad you do, too. We're happy to help you keep Tuscaloosa clean and green.

Pay Traffic or Parking Citation

 Let's be honest - you probably don't want to look at us right now. Don't worry, you don't have to. Pay the fine here. 

Report a Stray Animal

Looks like someone is lost. Let's get this guy back home. 


Tuesday, November 24, 2020

City Hours

Tuscaloosa municipal buildings are all open based on their regular hours of operation.

City Parking

Downtown street parking is available in two hour increments, and the intermodal facility is also open for free parking.

Evening Farmer's Market

The Farmers Market will be open to the public from 3 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday.

Parks and Recreation

Explore the outdoors in one of PARA's six activity centers or 35+ parks encompassing over 2,000 acres.

Looking for more info on safe and healthy Thanksgiving activities? Check out these ADPH recommendations👇 November 23, 2020

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Mayor Maddox and Auburn Mayor continue Iron Bowl Wager tradition

November 23, 2020
Mayor Walt Maddox will continue the annual tradition of an Iron Bowl wager to benefit local charities with Auburn Mayor Ron Anders.
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Tuscaloosa to Accept Toy Donations for Overtime Parking Ticket Fines

November 13, 2020
Beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 18, Tuscaloosa residents can pay off $18 city overtime parking tickets with a toy donation to Toys for Tots.
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District One Litter Cleanup Day

November 10, 2020
Join us as we roll up our sleeves and combat roadside litter. Councilor Phyllis Odom and city officials will host the community cleanup for District One.
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