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🚧 Road closure notification 🚧 6th St. will be closed between 23rd Ave. and 21st Ave. from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. on S… April 20, 2023

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City of Tuscaloosa Holds Ribbon Cutting for Rock Quarry Landing Boat Dock

February 9, 2024
The City of Tuscaloosa held a ribbon cutting for the Rock Quarry Landing Boat Dock on Friday, February 9 at 9 a.m.
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TCRIC, City of Tuscaloosa Launch McWright’s Ferry Road Project Website, Text Updates Service

February 7, 2024
The Tuscaloosa County Road Improvements Commission (TCRIC) and the City of Tuscaloosa have launched a new website and text updates service for the McWright’s Ferry Road extension project.
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City of Tuscaloosa to Host Tree Seedling Giveaway at Tuscaloosa River Market

February 6, 2024
Through a partnership with the Alabama Forestry Commission and Alabama Power, the City of Tuscaloosa will give out over 1,500 bare root tree seedlings in honor of Arbor Week.
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