Skip to main content

Public Notice: Vacancies on the Board of Trustees of certain Fire Districts in Mobile County, Alabama

Posted on: Jan 24th, 2024

PUBLIC NOTICE
PROBATE COURT – MOBILE COUNTY


Public Notice of Vacancies on the Board of Trustees of certain Fire Districts in Mobile County, Alabama

Fire District Trustee terms expiring in March 2024 are:

( ) Alabama Port Fire District Place 3
( ) Alabama Port Fire District Place 4
( ) Bayou La Batre Fire District Place 3
( ) Bayou La Batre Fire District Place 4
( ) Fowl River Fire District Place 3
( ) Fowl River Fire District Place 4
( ) Georgetown Fire District Place 1
( ) Georgetown Fire District Place 2
( ) Georgetown Fire District Place 3
( ) Grand Bay Fire District Place 3
( ) Grand Bay Fire District Place 4
( ) Seven Hills Fire District Place 3
( ) Seven Hills Fire District Place 4
( ) St. Elmo Fire District Place 1
( ) St. Elmo Fire District Place 2
( ) Tanner Williams Fire District Place 3
( ) Tanner Williams Fire District Place 4
( ) Theodore-Dawes Fire District Place 3
( ) Theodore-Dawes Fire District Place 4
( ) Wilmer Fire District Place 5


The position of Fire District Trustee is open to anyone who owns property in the fire district and is interested in serving as trustee. Incumbents may apply for subsequent 4-year terms. Completed Candidate Qualification Forms must be filed in the Probate Court Elections Division by 5:00 p.m. on February 28, 2024. If more than one person applies for a position, an election will be held on March 26, 2024. If necessary, a Runoff Election will be held on April 16, 2024. For more information, call 251-574-6080.

Public Notice

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATION FORM 2024

26th February, 2024
American Rescue Plan Act Impact Series 2: Semmes Public Safety Complex

  MOBILE COUNTY, Alabama – The City of Semmes recently received $200,000 of Mobile County

26th February, 2024
Johnson Road temporary closure at Jeff Hamilton Road

  MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. -- Johnson Road just south of Jeff Hamilton Road in west Mobile County will be closed to

22nd February, 2024
Mobile County Commission Encourages Citizens to Vote

By resolution, the Mobile County Commission encourages citizens to Vote "YES" on Amendment 1 in the