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Municipal elections are held every four years. The next election will take place on August 2020.
Account must be paid in full by cash or credit card by 2:00 p.m. for same day restoration if disconnected for non-payment or return item.
Bank Drafts – Save you time and the convenience fee.
You can have your utility payment drafted each month. Bills are drafted on the 25th or the next working day. There is no convenience fee for Bank Drafts.
A drop box is located in the City Hall parking lot for customers who prefer to drop off your payment. If you choose to use the drop box, please remember any payments placed in the drop box after 4:30 p.m. will not be processed until the next working day.
Did you know you can make your utility payments 24 hours a day at our payment kiosk? The kiosk allows you to use a credit card, debit card, check or money order to make your payment. It is located at City Hall on Highway 31, to the left of the front entrance.
Register to view your account online and you will have access to your utility account 24 hours a day where you can submit a service request, make a payment arrangement or pay your utility bill. To pay your utility account online, you will pay a convenience fee of $1.25.
Pay by Phone:
Beginning November 1, 2018 you will call our toll free number 833-326-7017 to make your utility payment by using your debit or credit card. Please note the Utility Department will no longer accept payments over the phone, you must use the toll free number. To pay your utility bill by telephone, you will pay a convenience fee of $1.25.
If you call city hall at 205-668-3500, you should press option 2 to pay by phone. You will need your account number and street address to make your payment; you will pay a convenience fee of $1.25.
The person in charge of Fire Investigations in the City of Calera is Fire Marshal Danny Church. His number is 205-668-3864.
The Fire Department also has a stake in the protection of the environment. The department supervises the clean-up of fuels, oils and coolants that may affect our natural resources.
If you think you smell gas, do not turn off / on any electrical appliances including light switches. Leave your home immediately. Make a call to us from a neighbor’s house or a cell phone outside of your residence, away from the smell of gas. Call (205) 668-3500 24/7 and someone will come out to investigate the smell for you.
For more detailed instruction, click the link below.
How to read your gas meter.
If you would like GIS data of the city (street maps, general utility location, etc.) please email Kevin Shirey or call (205) 668-3842.
In order to reserve a pavilion or the Community Center you should contact Michael Davis at (205) 668-7250 to check availability and scheduling. Pricing for pavilion reservations are $15.00 for 1/2 day (6:00 am till 1:30 pm or 1:30 till 10:00 pm) or $30.00 for the full day. Community Center reservation fee is $625.00 ($500.00 of this is a deposit and will be refunded if the building is cleaned and not damaged) All reservations are final and no refunds are available on pavilion reservations
Oliver Park24 x 68 - 1 available 22 x 22 - 1 available
All pavilions at both parks are equipped with power and Bar-B-Que grills.
For the holiday schedule, please check the news section of the website for the garbage pick-up schedule.