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Moulton, Alabama is a small town with a population of 3400 and centrally located between Florence and Cullman. Moulton was incorporated in 1819 and is the county seat of Lawrence County.

Located on the downtown square are antique stores, restaurants, specialty shops and our beautifully landscaped Courtyard Park. Also, located on Alabama Highway 157 is a Super Wal-Mart, many fast food restaurants, pharmacies and more locally owned restaurants.

Mayor / City Council

Mayor Ray Alexander
720 Seminary Street
Moulton, AL 35650
(256) 905-3200

City Council

City Council Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month in the City Hall at 5:00 p.m. The deadline to be placed on the agenda is Friday 4:30pm. Please call the City Clerk to be placed on the agenda. City Council work sessions are held the 2nd Monday night of each month at 5:00 p.m.

Joyce Jeffreys
(256) 214-1787, District 1

Keith Gilley
(256) 214-1960, District 2

Denise Lovett
District 3

Cassandra Lee
(256) 214-2002, District 4

Brent White
(256) 214-2055, District 5

City Council Mailing Address:
720 Seminary Street
Moulton, AL 35650

City Clerk's Office

Shirley Gilley

The City Clerk is the Custodian of public records for the City of Moulton, which
includes all minutes, resolutions, ordinances, contracts and codes. This office is responsible for the receipt, distribution and expenditure of all City funds, such as revenue from Business Licenses, Building Permits, and all City taxes. The City Clerk's office is also responsible for preparing the City Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes of the City Council Meetings, as well as, the City Council Work Session Minutes. The City Clerk is the City's Chief Election Official and is responsible for the administration of Municipal

Office Hours
Monday –Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Mailing Address:
720 Seminary Street
Moulton, AL 35650

Phone: 256-974-5191
Fax: 256-974-4821

Email City Clerk

Moulton Police

Lyndon McWhorter was appointed Chief of Police for the Moulton Police Department in August 2005. The department has twelve full-time sworn police officers. There are also ten reserve officers, two of whom are sworn officers. The goal of the Moulton Police Department is to serve and protect the citizens and visitors of the City of Moulton. Officers primarily enforce state and local criminal and traffic codes to provide a safe community for Moulton residents.

Moulton Fire

The Moulton Fire Department consists of 3 state certified firefighter/EMTs, twenty-two volunteer fire fighters, and one Fire Chief. MFD consists of one fire station. The Fire Department has a Class 4/9 Fire Rating, which enables the city to enjoy lower insurance rates. MFD operates three front-line pumper trucks for fire suppression, one rescue/grass truck, a tanker truck, and a service/support truck.

Public Works

The City of Moulton Street Department provides services related to the drainage, repair, maintenance and construction of city streets and sidewalks. This department is also responsible for:
  • All drainage projects and concrete jobs
  • Construction & paving
  • Sidewalk, curb & gutter repairs
  • Installation and maintenance of all traffic signs
  • Collection of yard debris
  • Mowing of City rights-of-way
  • Mosquito spraying
  • Street Sweeping

municipal court

The Moulton Municipal Court has jurisdiction and responsibility for motor vehicle and traffic violations, criminal misdemeanors, municipal ordinance violations, and enforcement or regulation violations under the City Ordinances. The jurisdiction of the Moulton Municipal Court extends to offenses committed within the city limits and city police jurisdiction.


The Municipal Court Administrative Office is located at 720 Seminary Street. The office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Telephone inquiries can be made by calling (256) 974-1074. Our fax number is (256) 905-3218.








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