Anniston City Hall Moves to Temporary Location

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City of Anniston officials announced that the last day of business at the Anniston City Hall’s current location on Gurnee Avenue will be Wednesday, August 21. The City’s administrative offices and public meeting spaces are temporarily relocating to the former newsrooms of The Anniston Star at 4305 McClellan Blvd in Anniston. 

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July News and Events

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The Downtown Market

Saturdays, 7 to 11 AM, Zinn Park, Historic Downtown Anniston

Stop by THE Downtown Market for fresh, local produce, dairy and meats as well as arts and crafts from local makers. Call (256) 624-7172 for details, then like us facebook @annistonmarket for weekly updates! 


Thursday, July 4th

Anniston City Hall is closed for the July 4th holiday. Have a safe and enjoyable day!


Anniston City Council Meetings

Tuesday, July 9, 4:00 PM – Work Session; 5:30 PM – Council Meeting

Tuesday, July 16, 4:00 PM – Work Session; 5:30 PM – Council Meeting

Regularly-scheduled meetings of the Anniston City Council are held every first and third Tuesday at Anniston City Meeting Center. The public is encouraged to attend.


Sleepover Safari

Friday, July 12 – Saturday, July 13, 6 to 9 P.M.

Anniston Museum of Natural History

Children ages 7 to 12 will explore the exhibit halls, play fun and educational games, encounter live animals, and create crafts to take home. An overnight adventure at the museums! Visit https://exploreamag.org for details as well as a listing of many more fun programs during July.


Something To Do Sundays

Sunday, July 21, 3 to 5 p.m.

Glen Addie Community Center, 426 Mulberry Avenue

Two hours of friends, fun and family! Each month offers different games, events, sports and more. Youth are invited to bring their most recent report cards. Rewards are given to A and B students. Refreshments will be served. Free. For more information, contact Anniston Parks & Recreation at (256) 236-8221.

Something To Do Sundays!

Fourth Friday

Friday, July 26, 6-8 PM

Historic Downtown Anniston

Enjoy the summer evening on the 900 block of Noble Street with live music, arts, crafts and food vendors, and classic cars. Free! Presented by Main Street Anniston.


Register for Youth Athletics Today

It’s time to register your child for fall athletic programs! Anniston Parks & Recreation is currently offering youth football, flag football, soccer, TOT (toddler) soccer and a volleyball skills session for girls. All programs are organized and presented by the City of Anniston Parks & Recreation Department. For more information, contact Athletic Director Darren Spruill at (256) 310-5688. Register by August 20 at annistonal.gov or at the City of Anniston Aquatic and Fitness Center, 745 Summerall Gate Road, McClellan.

Youth Football, Anniston Parks & Recreation

August Public Meetings

Due to the upcoming relocation of Anniston City Hall, as of July 9, all public meetings will be held at the Anniston City Meeting Center, 1615 Noble St, Anniston.


Splish, Splash, It’s Pool Time!

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The City of Anniston public pools and splash pads are great places to cool off and enjoy summer fun.

The pools and splash pads will open this weekend, Memorial Day weekend, May, 25, 26, and 27. After the holiday, outdoor pools will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays only. Splash pads will operate from 10 AM until 6 PM every day. Do you know where the pools and splash pads are located? Read more here…

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Sharing the Road

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People on bicycles have the same rights and responsibilities as people behind the wheel of a vehicle.


With warm weather comes an increase in bicyclists on streets and highways. The possiblity for accidents between cyclists and motorists increases as well. Following are a few tips for drivers to help avoid a crash with a cyclist:

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Something To Do Sunday

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Sunday, May 19, 3:00 – 5:00 P.M.

Two hours of friends, fun and family! Each month offers different games, events, sports and more for school age youth. This month, we’ll be at Norwood Hodges Community Center, 3125 Spring Valley Rd.

Youth are invited to bring their most recent report cards. Rewards are given to A and B students. Refreshments will be served. Free. For more information, contact Anniston Parks & Recreation at (256) 236-8221.