Community

Hours changing for city permitting windows

The City of Mobile is changing its hours for the customer interface that oversees planning, zoning, inspections, permitting and engineering. Starting on Monday, February 20, the windows located on the third floor of Government...

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Police review board to meet in District 2

The Police Citizens Community Relations Advisory Council will hold a community meeting for citizens of District 2 next Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 5:30 p.m. The Advisory Council is holding meetings throughout the city to hear from...

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Downtown to get new street lights

The City of Mobile is transforming the lights downtown. City staff will be replacing 163 existing high-pressure sodium street lights with energy efficient LED fixtures that will provide brighter lighting. The new lighting will...

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New fire trucks place on duty last week

Four new Rosenbauer fire engines were placed on duty on Thursday, Jan. 26. Equipment has been installed and firefighters have trained on the new truck last week, with the last of the training taking place last Thursday. The new...

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Police review board holds first community meeting

For the first time since its inception, members of the Police Citizens Community Relations Advisory Council met in the community last night to hear from local citizens. The Advisory Council was hosted by the Toulminville and...

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Mobile Bloomberg team up for innovation award

The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, recognized the Mobile Innovation Team’s Blight Index as part of the 100 programs named as semifinalists in...

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