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400 West 19th Street
Jasper, AL 35501
Phone 205-221-2100

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Notice: Due to continued issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, delayed mail, altered options regarding face-to-face meetings, and other events, the Jasper City Council approved a Resolution extending the time period businesses have to renew their license from February 1 to 𝗠𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗵 𝟭, 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟭. In addition:
• Businesses will not be considered past due for renewal, and will not be charged a penalty for being past due provided you submit your renewal by the end of business on March 1, 2021, or postmark your renewal by mail on or by March 1, 2021.
• You are still urged to send your renewals in as soon as possible for processing due to possible delays with U.S. mail.
• There will NOT be an extension granted beyond March 1, 2021. A penalty will apply following that date.
• Please be reminded that assistance with 2021 business license renewals will be provided by telephone or email 𝘰𝘯𝘭𝘺 at this time. Contact Teresa Dutton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 205-385-7970 for assistance. License renewals may be mailed to - City of Jasper, PO Box 1589, Jasper, AL 35502, or placed in the dropbox behind City Hall.
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In some cases, people have been in the park even though the park closes just after dark, he said.

“One of our neighbors looked out the other night and saw somebody in her backyard,” Hyche said. “When she turned on an outside light, the man ran back in to the park. That’s the kind of things that are going on.”

Hyche told council members he had 11 separate documented incidents related to things going on at the park, including vehicles trying to enter the park in the middle of the night despite it having locked gates at the entrance.

“Our concerns are legitimate,” said Jimmie Alexander, who also lives in the subdivision.

Council members agreed and said they are looking into ways to correct the problems.

Council members Danny Gambrell and Jed Daniel were not in attendance at the meeting.

In other business, council members:

•approved a request to renew the contract with Greater Birmingham Humane Society to provide animal pound services in the city.

 •approved a request from city purchasing agent Derleda Abrom to send a request for proposals for financing for the purchase of a fire truck and garbage truck.  

•approved a resolution to allow O’Mary to enter into an agreement with Jasper City Schools for community use of the old Walker High tennis courts.  

The city will lease the property for $1 a year and will provide all maintenance of the courts.

•approved a resolution to set cleanup costs for a property previously placed under the city’s nuisance abatement ordinance.  

 The council also adopted a resolution to place a property under the ordinance because of an inoperative vehicle on the property.

•adopted a resolution to vacate an alley behind the Pinnacle Bank parking lot.

•adopted an ordinance to regulate tethering animals in the city.

The ordinance allows for tethering animals, but does include restrictions such as having only one animal tethered, no animals under six months old can be tethered and no animals can be tethered during a natural disaster.

•heard from O’Mary, who told council members he met with Walker County Commission chairman Steve Miller Tuesday morning to discuss measures needed to slow the surge of COVID-19 cases in the city and throughout the county.

O’Mary said additional meetings with Miller would be held. 

“We have a chance to make a dent in what’s going on, and that’s important,” O’Mary said. “We have to do something, and we have to do it now.”

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Located in northwest Alabama on Interstate Highway 22, Jasper is a thriving retail hub, center of growing industrial development and home to approximately 14,000 residents. Enjoying one of the top ranked education systems in the State of Alabama, ongoing renovated Park & Recreation programs and its close proximity to the outstanding recreation areas such as Smith Lake, Bankhead National Forest and the Warrior River makes it an attractive area for relocation. Mayor David O'Mary would like to welcome you to our city and web site.


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