Welcome to Hamilton, Alabama

Message from the Mayor's Desk

My citizens, at the close of 2020, I want to address you and give you my compliments for your response to a very distressful year. We have witnessed things with our own eyes that we never believed possible a short time ago. We went from 2% unemployment to 22% unemployment in a few short weeks. We went from minor illnesses to a world pandemic almost overnight. We saw blame for the virus being animals, scientists in labs, political figureheads, etc., but no solution came quickly. Now it seems that a vaccine has been manufactured that might bring an end to this nightmare. If this new vaccine works, we might have a better year in 2021, let us hope for that.

During all the distress you the people of Hamilton have had great courage to go out and work and keep our children in school which is especially important for their futures. I am so proud of you all for keeping the faith in a most difficult time. We will all surly look back on 2020 as a year that made history.

On a brighter note the community will soon be enjoying food from our new Domino’s Pizza restaurant and our new Arby’s located inside the new Love’s Store and Truck Service Center. Also, we are doing business at the new NAPA Auto Parts Store. The downtown court square area is just full of new businesses. What I am saying is that as we enter the new year let us try to find something that we can be grateful for.

Sincerely,
Bob Page, Mayor
(205) 921-2121

Coronavirus

The City of Hamilton is actively monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak, and continuing to assess plans that city officials and the public should take. While this is a time for concern, we greatly caution against any state of panic. The Mayor's office is in communication with the CDC, FEMA, and the Alabama Department of Public Health through our Emergency Management Agency, as well as our local hospital. The Authorities in each of these organizations recommend that we all take precautions as we would for a flu outbreak. Things such as frequent hand washing for 20 seconds, refraining from touching your face or nose, when coughing or sneezing do so in the cuff, elbow, or use a tissue to cover your mouth and nose, also the continuous disinfecting of tables, chairs and doorknobs. The public inquiry line for Alabama Department of Public Health is: (334) 206-5347.

Please be assured that our greatest interest is to help advocate for healthy community, and we ask that all of the wonderful people who live, work, and visit our city assist us by taking the mentioned precautions.

Should you have a desire to research this issue further, please visit www.CDC.gov or www.alabamapublichealth.gov.

Bob Page, Mayor
City of Hamilton

Upcoming Events

  • City Countil Meeting
    City Hall
    First & Third Mondays
    6:00 p.m.

Water Bill Online Payments

City of Hamilton Water customers can now pay their utility bills online 24/7 with a credit card, debit card, or ACH (eCheck). This service is provided through Pay N Seconds, a third party payment processor, specializing in secure bill payment options. To make a payment through this service, simply click on the Click to Pay button below and you will be instantly directed to Pay N Seconds. If you are using this service for the first time, you will be prompted to register a new Pay N Seconds account prior to making your payment. When registering your account, you will need your CUSTOMER # and PIN from your utility billing statement. If you have more than one utility account with City of Hamilton Water, Pay N Seconds allows you to add multiple utility accounts under the same login. Please register first with your main utility account.

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