There will be NO Jasper garbage/debris collection on Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 25. If your garbage/debris is normally picked up on Thursdays, it will be picked up on WEDNESDAY this week. All other pickups will remain the same.
Mayor O'Mary, local officials, and several German officials toured the Heiche plant in Jasper on Wednesday afternoon. (Photo credit: Ed Howell)
Office of the Mayor
City of Jasper, AL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Council Approves Mayor’s 4-Point Plan, Ready to Move Ahead with Major Projects.
Jasper, Ala– An impressive 4-point plan for future investment into the City of Jasper passed Tuesday during the City Council meeting
On November 9, 2021, an amendment to the city’s sales tax Ordinance was introduced at the Jasper City Council meeting to increase the sales tax rate. At the next regular meeting, on November 16, 2021, the City Council approved an amendment to the sales tax Ordinance to increase the general sales tax
Notice: There will be NO Jasper garbage/debris collection on Thursday due to Veterans Day, a federal holiday. Collection on Thursday will occur on Friday this week.
On September 14 the Jasper City Council approved an event permit for VFW Post 4850 to have a Veterans Day parade. The parade will take place this Saturday, with a start time of 10:00 am, and will require temporary road closures to accommodate this event. Roadblocks will be on 19th Street at the old
The changing of the banners has commenced. Thanks to our city crew for getting the Jasper Main Street veteran banners up on the light posts for Veterans Day!
The Jasper City Council voted to change the next council meeting from November 2 to November 9, 2021, at 10:00 am.
The Jasper City Council and Mayor O'Mary proclaimed the month of October National Chiropractic Health Month at the October 19th council meeting, officially joining with the American Chiropractic Association and its "Keep it Moving!" campaign. The proclamation reads:
WHEREAS, There has been a
The Jasper City Council and Mayor O'Mary proclaimed the month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness month in Jasper at the September 21st council meeting. The proclamation reads:
WHEREAS, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded in 1985 to promote mammography as the most effective
Dante Fields was hired as Fire Chief by the Jasper City Council, by unanimous vote, at the Council Meeting on September 21. Chief Fields had been serving as interim Fire Chief since August.
On September 21, the Jasper City Council appointed Jenny Brown Short by unanimous vote to fill the District One Council seat recently vacated by Jed Daniel. Judge Jim Brakefield immediately swore her in, and Councilmember Short continued the rest of the meeting from her seat on the Council's bench.