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TODAY IN TUSCALOOSA

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

City Hours

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

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City Parking

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

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Parks and Recreation

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

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City of Tuscaloosa to Host 13th Annual Mayor’s Cup 5K

January 19, 2019
Since the inaugural Mayor’s Cup in 2007, the race has raised more than $272,000 for the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative, which aims to expand education and health services for academically at-risk children and their families.
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MAYOR'S MINUTE: Maddox urges pause on student rental housing proposals

January 2, 2019
In 2013, the City created the Student Rental Housing Task Force (SRHTF) in response to several “mega” apartment sites being constructed on the vacant land that resulted from the April 27, 2011 tornado, as well as the growing student enrollment at The University of Alabama (UA).
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Mark Fields appointed Chief Human Resources Officer by Mayor Walt Maddox

December 18, 2018
Mayor Walt Maddox has named the City’s current City Clerk, Mark Fields, as chief human resources officer, effective Feb. 1, 2019. Fields has been with the City for almost two years, serving as the City’s deputy chief human resources officer before being appointed to City Clerk last September.
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