Pelham’s central web-location for all information related to the COVID-19 event.
**This page last updated 3/26/2020 @ 4:30pm pm CST**
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.
|Ballantrae Golf Club||205.620.4653||Closed, including cart path|
|Building Department||205.620.6411||Closed to walk in business, but open to phone and online transactions |
|Business License||205.620.6480||Closed to walk in business, but open to phone and online transactions |
|City Hall||205.620.6400||Closed to walk in business, but open to phone transactions|
|Civic Complex & Ice Arena||205.620.6448||Closed|
|Fire Department||205.620.6500||Open and operational|
|Municipal Court||205.620.6407||Updated in person court proceedings |
|Parks & Recreation||205.620.6426||Closed, all activities, events and programs are canceled|
|Police Department||205.620.6550||Open and operational|
|Recreation Center||205.620.6426||Closed, all activities, events and programs are canceled|
|Senior Center||205.620.6064||Closed, all activities, events and programs are canceled|
|Fungo Holler Park||Trail||Ball Fields; Basketball Court; Playground; Restrooms; nearby Senior Center|
|Carrol Park||Open Space|
|Creekview Neighborhood Park|
|Pelham City Park||Open Space; Restrooms; Trail||Basketball Courts, Dog Park; Playgrounds; Recreation Center; Sand Volleyball Courts; Tennis Center|
Call the Alabama COVID-19 24/7 hotline at 1-888-264-2256 for testing sites and hours of operation. Click here for more information
How You Can Support Local Business
The City of Pelham understands that the following weeks will be difficult for many of our local businesses and employees. We encourage citizens to continue to support Pelham’s local businesses. Below are a few constructive ways to support our local and small businesses in this time.
- Buy gift cards or certificates: A little here and there can hold small businesses over
- Shop online: Check Facebook, Instagram and other social media outlets for business websites or stores
- Order takeout and/or use drive through and curbside pick-up options
- Tip generously
- If you are a business with employees working extended hours, consider bringing in meals from a Pelham restaurant.