In order to follow the the advice of the CDC, WHO and state and local agencies, the City of Irondale encourages you to do as much city business online as is possible, including making payments and completing forms/applications.

Message from Mayor Moore regarding COVID-19

Message from Mayor Moore regarding COVID-19

We have been closely monitoring the advice and direction of the CDC, WHO and state and local agencies regarding the COVID-19 situation. Our goal is to follow their advice while limiting the impact on city services and protecting city employees. Below are changes being made in that effort.

-Beginning, Monday, March 16th, the Irondale Senior Activity Center will be closed until further notice. We will be review this on a week to week basis.

-Beginning, Monday, March 16th, the Irondale Public Library will be closed to the public until further notice.

-Municipal court sessions, typically held every Thursday, have been postponed until April 16th. The municipal court office will remain open to conduct other court related business.

-We will be encouraging the public to do any license renewals, permitting and payments online for business licenses, water bills, driver’s licenses, garbage sign up, sales tax, court payments, etc. 

-We will be adjusting staff so that they are all able to practice social distancing recommendations as much as possible.

-The safety day scheduled for Saturday, March 21st is being postponed with the future date to be announced.

-We are increasing the disinfecting and cleaning process for Irondale City Facilities.

-Group gatherings are prohibited at City parks and facilities.

-Recycling pickup will be postponed, Tuesday, March 24th until further notice. This will be reviewed on a week by week basis and will restart as soon as is practical.

While there is a lot of hysteria around this situation, we are confident that Irondale residents will prove to be an example of a community that comes together and looks out for each other during these trying times.

Charles Moore, Mayor