Citizen Resources

Message from the Mayor Gary W. Waters

I would like to thank everyone for helping us to serve you better. I can tell by the low volume of traffic on the highway that many of you are making a genuine effort to stay at home. During this time of "Social Distancing" the safest place for you to be is at home. If you will stay at home, wash your hands and check on your neighbors, we will get through this thing. Keep up to date with our website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. We will continue to push information out as it becomes available. 


SHOP LOCAL DURING COVID-19 

  1. PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH
  2. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
  3. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

PROTECTING PUBLIC HEALTH

Shelby County is not under any additional requirements than those that have been in place since March 20th.  For guidance, planning, preparing, and responding the outbreak:  

GENERAL HEALTH GUIDELINES

  • Avoid gatherings of people
  • Use "physical distancing" of at least six feet apart
  • Use knuckles or elbows to turn on light switches
  • Use paper towels/gloves to lift gas pump handles
  • Wash hands thoroughly, at least 20 seconds
  • Use hand sanitizer with a .60% alcohol when soap and water is not readily available
  • No handshaking
  • No "social kissing" or hugging when greeting friends and relatives
  • Use sanitizing wipes on surfaces prior to use
  • If you don’t feel well: STAY AT HOME 

Should you have a fever, cough or other symptoms of a contagious respiratory illness and you must call 911 for a medical emergency, please inform the 911 dispatcher of your symptoms. This will allow first responders to take extra measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Important Info for Individuals 

Pelham Water Works is temporarily suspending collections and disconnects on delinquent accounts to ensure all customers have access to clean water during the pandemic of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), until further notice.

Alabama Power has indicated that customers impacted by COVID-19 will not be disconnected. Alabama Power website 

Spire has suspended disconnects and late fees until May 1st for residential and business customers. Spire Energy website