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Special Called City Council Work Sessions

Special Called Work Sessions

Job Opportunity ~ Payroll & Benefits Analyst

The City of Pelham is currently accepting applications for the full time position of Payroll & Benefits Analyst in the Human Resources department.  This position includes, but not limited to the following duties and responsibilities: “Must be able to establish and maintain a working relationship with the general public and employees” Reviews, personnel records to [...]

9/1 ~ City Offices Closed – No Trash Service

All city offices will be closed in observance of Labor Day. Trash Taxi will be closed on Labor Day. Collections will all be delayed by one day;  Monday’s collection will be on Tuesday, with the rest week pushed back a day.

8/28 ~ Commercial Development Authority Meeting

A meeting of the Commercial Development Meeting will be held on Thursday, August 28th at 7:00 pm in the conference room at City Hall.

Job Opportunity ~ Manager on Duty

The City of Pelham is currently accepting applications for the full time position of Manager On Duty for the Pelham Civic Complex & Ice Arena.  This job involves managing the recreation establishment to provide entertainment to the public by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate employees, such as, but not limited to: Managing [...]

OAK MOUNTAIN AMPHITHEATER TRAFFIC AND PARKING PLAN

The Oak Mountain Amphitheater Traffic and Parking Plan and Map have been developed to improve the flow of traffic and reduce commute and wait time for those attending events. You are encouraged to open the attachment below and review the recommended Oak Mountain Amphitheater Traffic and Parking Plan. (This is a large file.   Please allow time for [...]

Pelham City School Pro-Forma Budgets

Pro-Forma Budget without Construction Project Pro-Forma Budget with 40M Construction Project

NOTICE TO BUSINESSES – SALES TAX INCREASE – EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1ST

SALES TAX LETTER – 2013

Money Magazine names Pelham

as one of the best places to live ~ Money Magazine

Shelby County School System’s Response

to Councilmember Mercer’s letter. Click here