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Replying to @sdorrill @WaltMaddox
Will you DM us the address? We'll pass this along! You can also submit a ticket at or by calling Tuscaloosa 311!
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 22
The City of Tuscaloosa is working with and in monitoring the current situation. If you have any information, call 205-349-2121.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 21
Your weekly City of Tuscaloosa public meetings schedule. Find agendas and more at . Watch the City Council and Planning Commission meetings live on the City's Facebook, Comcast ch. 20 or U-Verse ch. 99.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 20
Announcing the 13th Annual Tuscaloosa Mayor's Cup 5K for Pre-K on Saturday, April 27! Whether you run, walk or ride in a stroller, we all win! The 5K has raised more than $272,000 for the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative. Register today at
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Jim Page Jan 19
A busted water main led to a small mudslide and damaged parking lot at the today. Shout out to the multiple departments from who have worked hard in nasty weather to stop the flooding and start the difficult repairs. True public servants.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 19
The tornado watch has been canceled but it's a perfect time to be proactive in your weather preparation. Continue to monitor weather and safety reports and review your plan to stay safe. Sign up for Tuscaloosa’s emergency alert system at .
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Jan 19
The Tornado Watch for Tuscaloosa County has been cancelled.
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Jan 19
Tuscaloosa County has now been included in the Tornado Watch until 5 PM.
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Jan 19
Tornado WARNING for northeastern Tuscaloosa County until 11:30 AM. Seek shelter now!
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 19
The tornado warning has been canceled. Stay weather aware today
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 19
A tornado warning has been issued for Tuscaloosa. Seek shelter now. Tornado shelters in opening now at these locations: -Tuscaloosa Magnet School -Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy -University Place Elementary -Alberta School of Performing Arts
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 19
There will be no garbage, trash and recycling collection Monday, Jan. 21. All routes next week will be delayed by one day. Monday routes to be picked up Tuesday, Jan. 22, Tuesday routes on Wednesday, Jan. 23, Wednesday routes, Thursday, Jan. 24, Thursday routes, Friday, Jan. 25.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 18
Replying to @tuscaloosacity
As we enter into this weekend of reflection, let us all honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life work by resolving ourselves to seek peace instead of violence.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 18
Message from Mayor : Violence of any kind is unacceptable. Violence in the vicinity of our schools is reprehensible. and did an outstanding job responding to this the situation that happened today.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 18
The City of Tuscaloosa would love to discuss solutions for this with - get in touch with us!
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 15
Be your own boss - let us help you open your own business. Innovate Tuscaloosa provides financial assistance to local business in recovery zones. Applications will be accepted beginning Jan. 17. For more info: .
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 10
Hey , let us know which other lights are having issues and we'll be sure to check up on them.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 5
Hey there, is the manager for this project. They will be able to better address your concerns.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 5
Replying to @RandRCigars
The lane closure today was unexpected - the contractor has to do some quick patching on some failing asphalt due to the rain.
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City of Tuscaloosa Jan 4
Replying to @stunkfunky
Hey there, our team went out last night to determine which lights were malfunctioning. They are currently determining the cause of the outage so they can fix them.
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