Community

Historic Jones Store Receives Statewide Historic Designation

27 August

The Alabama Historic Commission voted today to add the City of Smiths Station’s Historic Jones Store to the Alabama Register of Historic Places, making it the second historic structure in the Smiths Station community to receive this distinction. With this distinction, the City will soon receive, install, and later dedicate a historic marker in front […]

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City of Smiths Station releases Road Name Change Form for citizens to provide input, suggestions

31 July

By Morgan Bryce/Assistant Communications Director A “Road Name Suggestion Form” has been posted on the City of Smiths Station website and social media for Citizens to provide their input on renaming all public roads inside the City limits. As recently announced, the City of Smiths Station has acquired ownership of all public roads inside the […]

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City of Smiths Station sets visiting hours for Jones Store Museum

13 March

Come visit the Historic Jones Store Museum on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Second Saturdays of the month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern time. This is free and open to the public. Guided tours are offered on Second Saturdays and last until 3:30 p.m.

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City of Smiths Station receives grant to help fund addition to the city’s museum complex

13 March

Thanks to a grant provided by the Alabama Historic Commission, a new lavatory is being constructed behind the City of Smiths Station’s Historic Jones Store Museum to accommodate facility guests and visitors, according to Mayor F.L. “Bubba” Copeland. This structure is part of Copeland’s push to turn the Smiths Station Government Center into a venue […]

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City

Smiths Station Youth Baseball

14 January

New Year, New Name, New League Affiliation and New Location for Smiths Station Youth Baseball! See flier for details or visit ssdyb.org.

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City of Smiths Station to hold MLK Jr. Clean-Up Day on Jan. 25

14 January

“Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.” – Martin Luther King Jr.The City of Smiths Station will honor the legacy and service of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. through its annual “MLK Citywide Clean-Up Day” on Jan. 25.This initiative is open to Smiths Station residents of all ages.Prior to the cleanup which […]

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ATM removed from Smiths Station Government Center parking lo

3 January

Because of operating and necessary future upgrade costs, the ATM located at the Smiths Station Government Center has been removed at the owner’s request. The city is working diligently to find another ATM provider to occupy the space. We will keep you posted!

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City of Smiths Station hosts 2020 Census Job Fair on January 3

3 January

Census Job Fair TOMORROW! 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Smiths Station Government Center, 2336 Lee Road 430. LEE COUNTY CENSUS APPLICANT GOAL: 1,865 CURRENT APPLICANTS: 560 LEE COUNTY PAY RATE MINIMUM: $15 PER HOUR (paid training, flexible hours, and mileage reimbursement are provided). Positions to be filled: 1. Census Takers 2. Census Field […]

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Superior Gas, Inc. is City of Smiths Station’s November Business of the Month

27 November

Business of the Month – Superior Gas, Inc. Looking to stay warm during the coming winter months? Superior Gas, Inc., the City of Smiths Station’s Business of the Month for November, has you covered. The Smiths Station storefront is part of a family-owned business headquartered in Roanoke, which officially opened in 1948. Superior has locations […]

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