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Jasper's Centennial Park
May 24, 2024 - Members of United Way of Central Alabama, United Way Hands On, City of Jasper leadership, and Centennial Park sponsors were on hand this week for the groundbreaking at the Walker County Centennial Park in Jasper. This will be the third UWCA Centennial Park project, which will feature a revitalized soccer field, as well as a new
Memorial Day Week Holiday Schedule
Next Week: There will be no Jasper garbage/debris collection on Monday, May 27, 2024, due to the Memorial Day federal holiday. All pickups will be delayed by one day beginning with the regular Monday pickups occurring on Tuesday. All non-essential city offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024, and will reopen for regular business hours on
New Sanitation Truck Begins Service
May 20, 2024 - The City's newest sanitation truck was put into service in Jasper today! Upgrading our fleet provides insurance to enable us to continue to provide quality services to Jasper residents.
Paving Notice
May 13, 2024 - Weather permitting, a portion of Industrial Parkway will be paved beginning this Wednesday, May 15th at approximately 6:00 pm with work being done overnight to be completed by 8:00 am on Thursday, May 16th. Please use caution if you travel through this area on Wednesday evening.
Connected Jasper Partnership Brings Free Public Wi-Fi to Jasper Residents & Businesses
May 9, 2024 - Yesterday, The City of Jasper, in partnership with Tengo Internet and Alabama Power, announced the launch of free public Wi-Fi in Jasper. Free public Wi-Fi is now accessible in Jasper, courtesy of a collaboration between Alabama Power and Tengo Internet. Through this collaboration, Connected Jasper has emerged, supported by a $1.6
Jasper Approves Significant Funding Increase for Bevill State Community College Programs
JASPER APPROVES SIGNIFICANT FUNDING INCREASE FOR BEVILL STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAMS Jasper, AL – In a momentous decision, the Jasper City Council has unanimously approved a proposal by Mayor David O’Mary to significantly increase funding for Bevill State Community College's Jump-Start program and workforce development initiatives. This move
Bridge Construction Update
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 29, 2024 Contractor to pour bridge deck in Jasper TUSCALOOSA – The Alabama Department of Transportation has approved lane closures to allow the contractor to pour the bridge deck on SR-5 over SR-69 (US-78A) in Jasper on Wednesday, May 1, weather permitting. The contractor plans to close the SR-69 outside lanes from 5 a.m
Paving Schedule for Next Week
April 26, 2024 - Notice: Below is the paving/milling schedule for next week: Monday (4/29) – 16th St E Tuesday (4/30) – 4th Ave Alley & Park Wednesday (5/1) – 4th Ave Alley & Park Thursday (5/2) – 2nd Ave Alley & 19th St Alley Friday (5/3) – 1st Ave E Be advised that the schedule may change depending on the weather, but the work areas will remain
Earth Day
April 22, 2024 - Earth Day is an annual event celebrated around the world on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Together we can celebrate and honor Earth Day every day - plant a tree, go paperless, unplug, or use energy-efficient appliances. Let's keep Jasper and our earth beautiful!
Paving Schedule
April 19, 2024 - Notice: Below is the next paving/milling schedule: Friday (4/19) - 13th Ave W & 19th St W Monday (4/22) - 9th Ave & 15th St W Tuesday (4/23) - 9th Ave & 15th St W Wednesday (4/24) - 5th Ave S, 16th St W & 6th Ave S Thursday (4/25) - 5th Ave S, 16th St W & 6th Ave S Friday (4/26) - Crest Circle Please use caution during roadwork
NOW OPEN - Pickleball Courts
April 17, 2024 - NOW OPEN! The City of Jasper officially opened the pickleball courts at Memorial Park yesterday morning. Councilmember Willie Moore III made the first serve on the courts. 9 courts are available for pickleball/racquet sports from sunrise to 10:00 pm. The LED lighting system is available from just prior to sunset until 10:00 pm when
Street Department Equipment
April 8, 2024 - New Street Department Equipment: The Jasper City Council approved a budget amendment at Tuesday’s council meeting to provide funding to purchase a new Kubota skid steer loader tractor for the Street Department. During Mayor O’Mary’s comments at the end of the meeting, he reported that several million dollars have been spent on