COVID-19 News and Information

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The City of Prattville is in pro-active ready mode, and we are working closely with Prattville Baptist Hospital officials, the Autauga County Commission, Elmore County Commission, EMA, the Autauga and Elmore County Board of Education Superintendents, and neighboring city and county elected officials. As we focus on the health and well-being of all citizens and employees, we are limiting access to City offices and encouraging you to call 334-595-0100 or visit for updates. If you have any further questions, please reach out to the Mayor's Office, (334) 595-0101 or . We appreciate your cooperation during this time.


Governor Ivey's Order of Suspending Certain Public Gathering Amended 3/27/2020 

COVID-19 update from Mayor Gillespie 3/25/2020

COVID-19 update from Mayor Gillespie 3/20/2020

City Council Special Meeting 3/20/2020 

COVID-19 Plan of Action 3/16/2020 Update

CITY EVENTS: All Park and Recreations classes, sporting activities (practices and games), and cultural arts programs cancelled until further notice. 

SANITATION DIVISION AND RECYCLING CENTER:  The Sanitation Division is running on a normal schedule, but during this time there could possibly be a delay in trash collection, however it will be picked up.

Household Garbage Drop-off Locations:  The Recycling Center and Newton Park are accepting additional household garbage Monday- Thursday, 8:00am - 2:00pm. Please utilize either location to drop off any garbage that exceeds the capacity of your garbage can.

Recycling Center Hours Updated: 

Monday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm 
Tuesday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm

AUTAUGA COUNTY SCHOOLS: Closed until April 6, 2020

PRATTVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT: Open for normal business. If you need to visit the Public Safety Department and are not feeling well, we encourage you to call 595-0208 and we will assist.


Municipal Court reschedules 3 court days due to the Supreme Court Administrative Order suspending all IN-PERSON court proceedings for the next 30 days. Please view all rescheduled dates below. If you are able to pay with a debit or credit card, we ask that you use the online or telephone service listed below.

  • For tickets with initial court dates: or call 8777-252-7294.
  • For tickets and nontraffic cases that are on a payment plan: or call 888-604-7888 (Location code: 8110) 

Rescheduled Dates:

  • March 18, 2020 -Trial Day: Rescheduled for April 22, 2020
  • April 1, 2020- Plea Day: Rescheduled for April 29, 2020
  • April 15, 2020- Trial Day: Rescheduled to May 27, 2020

GILLESPIE CENTERThe Gillespie Center is closed, but we will continue to serve lunch at the Gillespie center Monday-Friday from 11:00 am-12:00 pm. Meals will be packaged and ready to go, please call Kris at 334.595.0842 in advance to let her know you will be coming. The Meals on Wheels Program will continue with current operations. 

AUTAUGA PROBATE OFFICE: Open for normal business, but encourages residents to use online service listed below. 

Online Services:

Vehicle Tag Renewal,  Driver License Renewal, Vehicle Registration, and Voting Registration 

  • March Tag renewal time is extended until April 15, 2020
  • Mail fees will be waived for online services and return mail.

AUTAUGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Closed until April 3, 2020. 



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ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH: The Alabama Department of Public Health has established a toll-free number for citizens to call for questions or guidance regarding testing of COVID-19. If you or someone you know has COVID-19 symptoms, please call 1.888.264.2256 for further information before entering a medical facility.

BAPTIST HEALTH INFORMATION: PRATTVILLE CORONAVIRUS CARE CLINIC - No patients will be seen without an appointment. If symptomatic, a concerned patient should call (334) 747-0150 to make an appointment. Learn more at

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