Pelham launches web page to update on COVID-19

Published 7:25 am Friday, March 20, 2020

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PELHAM – The city of Pelham has launched a COVID-19 central web-information page located at to provide information related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Information posted on the website will also be shared on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms. Information regarding COVID-19 changes rapidly, so city officials are encouraging you to sign up for text or email alerts from the city, which you can do at the website.

Pelham said they will send updates as they become available.

As a reminder of the city’s continued precautionary measure, and in keeping with the national public health recommendations for group gatherings and social distancing due to concerns surrounding COVID–19:

  • All water payments will be accepted two ways: via online at and at the drive thru window located in the Pelham Water Works Building, 3111 Cummings Street, Pelham, AL 35124. Other water concerns can be addressed via phone at 205.620.6420 and at the drive thru window.
  • All business permits/licenses payments can be made through the mail, City of Pelham, P O Box 1238, Pelham, Alabama 35124, or calling 206.620.6480.
  • All building plan submittals will be handled in the lobby of the Pelham Water Works building. Prior to plan submittal, please make sure you include all required documents. For the public’s convenience, the list of required documentation can be found at
  • All Municipal Court docket proceedings from March 16th thru April 16th will be postponed. Please contact the Court office at 205.620.6407 to reschedule your court date.

The court magistrate window is open for regular business normal business hours. The Court encourages payments be paid thru the mail with a cashier’s check or money order made payable to Pelham Municipal Court. Mail to Pelham Municipal Court, P.O. Box 1419, Pelham, Alabama 35124.

If the judge has allowed partial payments on your case the Court will accept phone payments at 205.620.6407.

“We will continuously evaluate the status of COVID-19 and communicate information regarding the re-opening of facilities and the resumption of programs,” read a release.

If you have questions regarding the City’s response to COVID-19, please email This email account is monitored between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.