We are so close to the most wonderful part of the year, the final holidays that tell us another year has passed. As we approach this part of the year, let us show gratitude for the things we enjoy, neighbors, friends, family, our jobs, all the merchants of the city, and many other things we could list.
Make plans to have Thanksgiving with your family this year, and include someone who may be less fortunate in this year’s meal. It will make you and them feel good. The city is growing and doing much better than in past years. Let’s continue to support our businesses with our patronage. This is how we will succeed in our goals.
We are currently preparing for our Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. The date for the tree lighting is November 19 at 6:00 p.m. This ceremony will officially "kick off" the Christmas Season for the City of Hamilton. We will have the Christmas Parade on December 3, and everyone will be set to celebrate the Christmas season. Please make your Christmas meaningful this year.
The Hamilton area has always hosted many events, mostly associated with our churches, which bring the scenes of Christmas past and present. In more recent years, our elementary school in Hamilton has made great strides to present a good play during this time of year. I expect no less this year. The Hamilton Elementary School will have a strong presence at our 2019 Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Our Aggie Football team has had a very good season, and I am so proud of all the hard work that has been done at Sargent Stadium, including the new score board that is totally modern, with moving screen, and new fencing, new press box, and entrance gates. It looks great!
The city lost a few of its businesses this year, but new businesses have stepped in to fill the vacancies. Jobs have been available for our people throughout 2019 and the future still looks good in that market.
I want to encourage people from all over to take a good look at Hamilton as a good place to live and a good place to raise and educate your children. This community enjoys good health care, good schools, and a good two year college, as well as a Bible college. That’s Hamilton, Alabama, a great place to live!Sincerely,
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.