The Semmes Municipal Park playground will be opened starting Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. and closing at dusk. The restrooms will be opened.
The Splash Pad must remain closed per Governor Ivey’s orders.
A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 5, 2020 AT 4:00 P.M. IN THE SEMMES CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, LOCATED AT 7875 MOFFETT ROAD, REGARDING PROPOSED ADOPTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2018 EDITION INCLUDING CHAPTER 1 – SCOPE AND ADMINISTRATION
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT DEBBIE HANBURY AT 251-649-8811.
The public is hereby notified that the City of Semmes Planning Commission is meeting on April 28, 2020 to discuss proposed amendments to the City of Semmes subdivision regulations.
Mobile County Commission 30-day Comment Period
for the 2020/24 Consolidated Plan/2020 Action Plan
and Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
The rise of the novel coronavirus outbreak has upended life across the globe and contributed to a wide-spread sense of uncertainty. Due to major disruptions to people’s daily lives, the potential impact of the outbreak on the world economy, and constant media coverage of COVID-19, many are struggling to cope with the stress and anxiety related to the situation.
Read on for five tips to help you establish a sense of normalcy and maintain your mental health during this time.
The Semmes City Council will meet as scheduled Tuesday, April 7, 2020. 3:00 p.m. Work Session and 4:00 p.m. Regular Session.
We will be abiding by the 6’ apart rule and the 10 person assembly rule. Please only attend if you need to speak on an issue on the agenda. The meeting will be live-streamed via our City of Semmes face book page.
Semmes City Hall Lobby Is CLOSED until further notice.
You can still call us, fax us, or email us.
Fax – 649-7711
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (City Clerk)
HR@cityofsemmesal.gov (Human Resources Coordinator)
email@example.com (City Events)
We will be updating our facebook page as things change.
Thanks for your understanding!
The City of Semmes wishes to communicate the following information regarding the Pandemic outbreak associated with the COVID-19 (Coronavirus):
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is recommending people do not attend any gathering of 10 people or more to help halt the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Please wash your hands several times a day with warm soapy water and use hand sanitizer with an alcohol base of between 60% – 100%. If you start having symptoms that are flu-like, stay home and consult a physician. The Centers for Disease Control’s website is https://www.cdc.gov. Please visit the CDC’s website if you would like additional information.
Semmes is a wonderful community. I fully understand that this will be a challenging time for our City. I know that we will all work together to get through this and continue to move our City forward. Please feel free to contact me or any of our Council Members if we can be of any other assistance.
We have been in touch with the City of Mobile to find out if there are any restrictions at present for boarding the Carnival Cruise Ship in Mobile.
At this time, the following steps are in progress:
1) You must fill out a medical questionnaire before boarding the ship.
2) Currently, they are prohibiting anyone to board if they have been to one of the affected countries within the past 14 days.
3) They are performing thermal scans upon entering. If you are found to have an elevated temperature, you will be evaluated by the medical staff.
4) Additional hand sanitizing stations are being placed throughout the ship. The ship is sanitized between cruises.
Click here to download the 2019 Christmas Parade Application (DUE NOVEMBER 30, 2019)
In 2018, the US suffered through $91 billion in damage from disaster. With so much at stake and so many displaced, we’re working to spread information that will help communities pick up the pieces when the danger has passed. here are some recently found resources I thought you might find useful here:
Rebuilding After Disaster: Do you Stay or Leave
Disaster Recovery: Getting the Most from Your Homeowners Insurance
Buying or Selling a Car After a Disaster
Salvaging Possession and Valuables After Disaster
Picking up the Pieces After Disaster
This guide was created to help families prepare for a child being home alone. Use these tips, technologies, and our refrigerator-friendly Safety Guide for Kids to prepare your kids to stay safe when they’re on their own.
For some families, there’s no way around older kids being home alone after school. This isn’t a new phenomenon, but what is new is a host of new technology and devices that make it easier for parents to keep track of and increase the safety of their children in the hours between school and when parents get home from work. And it goes way beyond just having a home security system……………..
Get your home and family prepared for this common natural disaster.
Floods are the most common disaster for homes in the US. Whether a flood is from torrential rains, flash floods, rising rivers, or a leak inside the home, a flood can cause serious damage to your house. If the horrible images of Hurricane Sandy or Hurricane Katrina are still fresh in your mind, you know just how powerful a sudden surge of water can be. According to FloodSmart, every home is at risk of a flood, but regions are usually divided up by low, medium and high-risk areas. Unfortunately, even homes located in flood-prone areas don’t have flood insurance, making the cleanup and recovery efforts even more stressful for homeowners.
DATED August 22, 2019
The public is hereby notified of the
City of Semmes
Meeting scheduled for:
Monday, August 26, 2019
at 4:00 pm
*The purpose of this meeting is:
*To Consider the Priorities and Fund Allocation for
Operating Budget and Capital Budget *
Semmes Council Chambers
7875 Moffett Rd. Suite C
Semmes, AL 36575
For further information:
call City Hall, Ph. 251-649-8811
email the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
visit us online at www.cityofsemmesal.gov