Thursday, 25th February 2021
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    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

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    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

  • headland official seal 200x200

    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

    headland official seal 200x200  

    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

  • headland official seal 200x200

    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

    headland official seal 200x200  

    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

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FULL TIME LIBRARY ASSISTANT job opening at the Solomon Memorial Library in Headland, AL

Requirements Include: Proficiency in computer skills with word and other Microsoft programs, website editing, eBooks and eReading devices, USB devices, online applications, as well as efficient typing skills. Experience with HP computers and Mac computers. Ability to work well with the public. Must have High School Diploma. Prior work experience and personal references are required. Applications must be completed and submitted to library no later than 5:00 pm, Friday February 26, 2021. Applications can be picked up at the Library. Hours are Mon-Fri 9-5..

Application Form

The City of Headland recently received funds from the state of Alabama for the purpose of rehabilitation homes in your neighborhood. the City will be hosting two meetings as preparation for this project. Meetings will be held at the Headland High School Auditorium on Thursday, January 28, 2021 and Thursday, February 25, 2021.
You are encouraged to attend both meetings and learn more about this housing rehabilitation project.
*Please note that masks must be worn and you must socially distance, if not with family members from the same household.
For questions call Emily Vanscyoc at 334-794-4093 ext. 1414

Housing Rehab Grant Map

rec ball registration

DEC 3 - 6PM

Town Square

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NOV 20 - 6PM

Town Square

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2020 has been the perfect storm for the City of Headland’s Street Department, but Jason Singletary, Public Works Director for Headland, has great news for Headland. The new knuckle boom truck is now in operation. “I would like to say a big thank you to all of Headland citizens for being patient and understanding,” Singletary said.

Singletary recounts the challenges 2020 has brought to the Street Department team.

Free Voter ID Card Event

The Secretary of State’s office is scheduling a Photo Voter ID mobile unit at the Headland City Hall on September 17, 2020, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm located at 25 Grove St., Headland, AL 36345. If you need a Voter ID Card for the upcoming election, please come by. Review the information below for needed documents, FAQs and more. 


Henry County AL Photo Voter ID Event Flier 9 17 2020

Valid ID at the Polls Alabama Secretary of State



Harvest Day Festival

October 10th - 9am-3pm

Headland Town Square

Vendor Rules and Application

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Headland Recreation Refunds


To all of our dedicated rec parents and players: 


You will be recieving a refund for half of your recreation fee along with your jersey and cap. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please, download and fill out the Refund Form. You can turn it in with the Water Department or in the Drop box at the Municipal Complex. 




The City of Headland


Refund Form



The City of Headland will remain open at this time. If you are currently practicing social distancing or self-quarantined, you can pay your utility bill online or by the dropbox. 


Municipal Court Dates will be postponed until May 6, 2020 at 1pm according to an Order from the Alabama Supreme Court. However, you may still call and make payments by phone or online. You may also come by our office at 9 Park St. and pay in person. Call our office at 334-693-2037 with questions.


Headland Recreation Update:

Practices for Recreational Baseball, Softball and Tee-Ball have been cancelled. There will be no organized practices until further notice.
Opening Ceremonies are postponed to a TBD date.
Season will open April 13th at 6pm.


US Census

logo 2020CensusThe 2020 Census is very important to the future of our state. We all need to stand up and say “I Count” by completing and submitting our Census forms in March and April 2020.

We All Have Something to Lose

  • Many Alabamians directly benefit from the federal programs whose funding allocations are determined in part by census data. In fact, it is about $1,600 per person in Alabama. Completing a census form will help ensure that Alabama receives its fair share of funding.

  • The assistance programs tied to census data are critical to all Alabamians. They support children, education, hospitals, health care, rural development and community programs that are important to rural communities. If this funding is reallocated to other states due to a poor census count, then the funding for the missing services will have to be made up in some way at the local or state level. This affects everyone.

  • Alabama is currently at risk of losing a Congressional representative in the 2020 Census due to projected slow growth. That means one less voice for Alabama values at the federal level. We need maximum census participation to retain our current Congressional representation.

    We Can be a Force for Change

  • Your voice matters. We all have a say in the outcome of the 2020 Census, and it can end with Alabama’s fair share of funding secured and with fair Congressional representation.

  • All you have to do is complete and return your 2020 census form. It is a simple civic duty.

  • In mid-March 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will mail a packet to every Alabama household. It

    will include information on how to complete your census form in three ways. 1. Online via computer or smart phone 2. Call a toll-free number and complete it over the phone with a U.S. Census Bureau employee 3. Call the toll-free number and request a traditional paper form. Some rural areas with low internet access will receive a paper form in the first mailing.

  • The information you submit will be basic household information and is private and will not be used against you in any way or for any other purpose. It is against the law for your information to be shared or used by another agency.

We Must Take Action

  • Both rural and urban Alabama will be key to the state’s success in 2020 Census. More than 40 percent of Alabamians live in rural areas.

  • In 2010 many rural areas, particularly in west Alabama, had among the lowest response rates in the state. Pockets of urban the state’s urban areas also experienced lower response rates. We need everyone’s help to raise the participation level for 2020.

  • The end goal is maximum participation. Don’t sit on the sidelines. Show them that you count, that Alabama Counts by completing your census form.

  • Starting in April, Governor Ivey and ADECA will have resources available through the Alabama Counts 2020 Census campaign. The website will be

*Special Note: The government is still hiring for census takers in our area.

Taking Drugs Out of Our Comunity


Headland Police Department Chief Mark Jones shared with City Council the great work his police force and partners are doing in our community. The Headland PD has partnered with SpectraCare Health Systems and the Alabama Extension Services to "Take Drugs Back" all year round. This team has installed a drug take back box permanently in the lobby of the Headland Police Station in Downtown Headland. "We want to do everything we can to keep drugs off of our streets," said Chief Jones, " Our partnership with SpectraCare and the Extension Office is a great opportunity for Headland." 


Headland PD Drug Take Back Program

Chamber Transitions to Wilkins as Director


Adrienne Wilkins

The Headland Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced this week that its new Executive Director is Adrienne Wilkins. Mrs. Wilkins has been a volunteer for the Chamber for two years and has been assisting the Chamber by leveraging their social media presence. Mrs. Wilkins has a degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Louisiana State University and more than ten years in sales and business development. She has served as the President of Headland Main Street and was instrumental in helping Headland become a Main Street Designated city.

“I have had the pleasure of working with Adrienne for quite some time. We are glad to have her on board and serving Headland with our Chamber. Her experience will be an asset to the members of the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce,” said Pete Crews, Board of Directors President. “We appreciate the years of service Rhonda Harrison has served our Chamber and appreciate all she is doing during this transition.”

The Sounds of Safety


EBS meeting


You may find yourself strolling to the beat of music on the Square in our Downtown. Thanks to Chief Mark Jones and his continued efforts to make our city safer, the city now has a new emergency broadcast system Downtown. Chief Jones secured a grant from the EMA to cover the cost of the system. Headland Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Rhonda Harrison, worked with Chief Jones on this project. When the system is not in use to broadcast emergency information, the speakers will be playing music for Downtown visitors to enjoy.  

Main Street Alabama get to work in Headland


The Resourse Team from Main Street Alabama will be in Headland September 17-19, 2019.
We are asking the community to give them a warm, Headland welcome!
We also would like to have everyone participate in the public meetings.
This is your opportunity to share what you love about Headland and what you would like to see in the future.
Share you experiences and your knowledge of our community with the resource team. 


Community Vision and Asset Mapping

September 17th at 5pm 

at the Alabama Power Joint Information Center


Main Street Presentation

September 19th at 4:30pm

at the Alabama Power Joint Information Center


Find more informaton about the community events on our events page and on Facebook. 


Headland has made the Safewise list of Safest Cities in Alabama. This year we have placed near the top at #3!

Thanks to everyone who works to keep our city safe including, but not limited to Headland Police Department Chief Mark D. Jones, the Henry County Sheriff's Department and Henry County E911.

According to

  • 90% of the safest cities limited violent crime to less than two incidents per 1,000 people.
  • Alabama’s statewide property crime rate is 39.37 incidents per 1,000 people, compared to just 27.11 nationwide.
  • Property crime ranges from 32 incidents to 1,280 among the cities on our list, with nearly 50% reporting more than 500 property crimes.
  • Property crime is the biggest safety concern in Alabama, according to our State of Safety study.
  • 16% of Alabama respondents experienced a property crime in the past year—which is the same as the national average.
  • Having a home break-in was cited as the top property crime concern, with 61% worried about a break-in when they’re not at home and 60% scared of a break-in when they’re at home asleep.

You can read more on the SafeWise about the safest cities in Alabama HERE.