1. City News and Alerts
  1. Jeremy Mitchell recognized at Council 100422

    Former City Prosecutor receives recognition at City Council meeting

    Mayor William E. Cooper Tuesday recognized Jeremy Mitchell for his contributions while serving as City Prosecutor. Read on...
  2. Phase III(A) resurfacing map

    Resurfacing to start next week for dozens of City streets

    Update (10/5/22): The contractor notified the City of Enterprise that resurfacing work is expected to begin tomorrow (Thursday, Oct. 6). Read on...
  1. Now Hiring 10042022

    City of Enterprise hiring for various full-time positions

    The City of Enterprise is looking to fill several full-time positions in various departments. Read on...
  2. Little Red Schoolhouse moves to Downtown Enterprise

    The Little Red Schoolhouse moves Downtown

    A piece of Enterprise history Thursday moved Downtown, when the Little Red Schoolhouse was relocated from Boll Weevil Circle to Railroad Street. Read on...
  1. Trash collection

    Enterprise garbage collection adjusted to reflect holiday

    The City of Enterprise offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 11 in observance of Columbus Day and no garbage collection will occur that day. Read on...
  2. ALDOT

    Highway 167 construction to begin this week

    Construction will begin this week on Alabama Highway 167 in an effort to move traffic more efficiently. Read on...
  1. Richard Fleming

    Former Enterprise City Councilmember Richard Fleming dies at 94

    A pillar of the Enterprise community, Richard Fleming, died Friday at the age of 94. Read on...
  2. Boll Weevil Soap Company Retailer of the Year award presentation

    Boll Weevil Soap Company earns Gold Retailer of the Year award

    Boll Weevil Soap Company Wednesday was recognized as the Alabama Retail Association’s Gold level award winner in the annual sales less than $1 million category. Read on...
  1. Hurricane season

    Mayor urges residents to prepare now for severe weather

    Mayor William E. Cooper and other City of Enterprise leaders continue to closely monitor the projected path of Hurricane Ian. Read on...
  2. Tammy Doerer poses with Erin Grantham

    City employee honored with community spirit award

    The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce Thursday night presented Tammy Doerer with the “Yancey Parker Community Spirit Award” at the membership awards banquet and annual meeting. Read on...
  1. Headlines
  1. Former City Prosecutor receives recognition at City Council meeting

    Mayor William E. Cooper Tuesday recognized Jeremy Mitchell for his contributions while serving as City Prosecutor. Read on...
  2. City of Enterprise hiring for various full-time positions

    The City of Enterprise is looking to fill several full-time positions in various departments. Read on...
  3. Enterprise garbage collection adjusted to reflect holiday

    The City of Enterprise offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 11 in observance of Columbus Day and no garbage collection will occur that day. Read on...
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