The Senior Center is open Monday - Friday 

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​Questions: Call 334-541-3917



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​​Water Dept. Job Opening Certified Water System Field Operator

Qualification requirements & competencies:

The field operator position requires weekend, holiday, and flexible shift work which would include pump station and system rounds and emergency repairs. Field Operators are required to work rotational on call hours and overtime is expected. This position is very active and requires physical labor all day. The employee must frequently lift items over 50 pounds. Three or more years of experience in water systems installation, repair, maintenance and meter reading. Must have an Alabama Grade II certification in Treatment and Distribution of Public Water. High school diploma or GED and must possess a valid state driver's license.

Salary Negotiable

All applications must be received in the Town Clerk's office for consideration. 

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Get your Grinch on and join Eclectic’s Holiday Whobilation!

December 9, 2023
Vendor Market 10 am – 4 pm in town hall parking lot
Christmas Parade 6 pm

Awards will be given for best decorated vendor booth and best parade floats. Show us your best Grinchy decorations and costumes!

Bring your family, join the fun and celebrate the season!

Call (256) 794-0379 or email for more information and check out the event on Facebook for vendor registration form and parade entry form! 

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management is closely monitoring developments related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the potential impact to public water systems.  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has published information about the transmission of COVID-19 in water at