Dale County operations open for business May 4

Dale County operations open for business May 4
Dale County operations will open for normal business hours effective Monday, May 4, according to Dale County Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship. For the safety of the public and employees, there is a limit of 15 customers at a time in the courthouse.

Daleville city operations open for business Monday

Daleville city operations open for business Monday

Daleville city operations will open for normal business hours effective Monday, May 4, according to Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton.

The water department will be drive-through only. The Daleville Public Library will be open but for the safety of the public and employees, there is a limit of 10 people at a time in the library.

The Daleville Recreation Center will remain closed in accordance with Gov. Kay Ivey’s “Safer at Home” order.

Daleville Municipal Court After Hours Drop Box

Daleville Municipal Court  After Hours Drop Box

 

Daleville Municipal Court

After Hours Drop Box

 

You must contact the Municipal Court at

334-598-2033 during normal business hours for the amount owed before placing ANY payment in this box.

 

You may also visit us online at www.dalevilleal.com, click the link that says I want to pay my ticket; and follow the prompt.

If you wish to enter a GUILTY plea, sign the back of the ticket waiver of rights and place the ticket in the envelope with your payment. Partial Payments are accepted after hours ONLY if your payment is on a timely manner.

 

ALL case(s) must be in good standing before placing your payment in this box.

 

CASHIER CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ONLY

Stay at Home Order

Stay at Home Order

Citizens of Daleville,

A Stay at Home Order was given by Governor Ivey Friday April 6, 2020. Everyone needs to follow this order. The only way fight COVID-19 is to isolate ourselves to stop the spread. I know this is a big change from our way of life but we all have to do our part. The sooner we stop the spread of this virus, the sooner we can get back to our normal way of life. I know it’s not fun to be stuck at home 24/7. Make the best of this and dust off the old board games, have a movie night and spend your time enjoying your family.

From the Office of the Mayor

Covid-19 Update

From the Office of the Mayor

FROM THE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

In an effort to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the following measures have been implemented in the City of Daleville.

 

As of today, the Daleville Senior Center remains closed as well as the Daleville Public Library, The Daleville Cultural and Convention Center is closed to the public, the Recreation Center and all activities cancelled. For the safety of our citizens, Culpepper Park is now closed. We do not have the resources to monitor a 6-foot distance between patrons or to sterilize the equipment as needed.

The Water Department will remain open, all payments and new service will be taken at the
drive-thru only. The Magistrate's Office will remain open for business. However, all court proceedings have been cancelled until after April 16, 2020. Please contact the Magistrate's office to confirm your address so that a new court date may be mailed to you. At this time, there is no change to garbage pick-up.

The City of Daleville will follow all Alabama Department of Health regulations. Please read the following carefully to assure that you abide by this order. We will continue to monitor the situation and make changes and updates as needed.

 

State Health Officer issues amended health order suspending public gatherings

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

CONTACT: Karen Landers, M.D.

(256) 246-1714

As the number of COVID-19 cases identified in Alabama increases, State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris has provided additional guidance suspending public gatherings of Alabamians, in an amended health order issued today and applicable statewide. Under the order:

All non-work-related gatherings of 25 or more persons, or non-work-related gatherings of any size that cannot maintain a consistent six-foot distance between persons, are prohibited. Employers are to take all reasonable steps to meet these standards for employees and customers.

Regular programs at senior citizen centers are to be ended, except that the Centers and their partners are urged to assure that their clients continue to receive needed meals via curbside pickup or delivery.

Facilities providing child day care, including any child day care facility described in Ala. Code Section 38-7-2, may remain open so long as 12 or more children are not allowed in a room or other enclosed or separated space at the same time. Facilities are encouraged to use enhanced sanitation and social-distancing practices consistent with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH).

In-person instruction and classes at all s

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