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City of Montgomery Holds Its Christmas Parade

  Many events were put on hold last year due to the Pandemic. This year, the City of Montgomery was able to hold its Christmas Parade after cancelling it in 2020. Montgomery residents were able to come out and enjoy the parade festivities. The Montgomery communities added their own flare to the parade with having all kinds of different floats and…

Mayor Steven Reed’s Free Playball Sandlot Event Rescheduled for July 24

A free event scheduled for July 24 aims to expand the games of baseball and softball in Montgomery while strengthening affinity with those already involved in local leagues. 

Mayor Steven L. Reed is partnering with the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM), the Montgomery Biscuits, Major League Baseball (MLB) and RBI to host a free Sandlot event for Montgomery youth on Saturday, July 24, from 9 a.m. to noon at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

Several Commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Freedom Rides

On May 4, 1961, the Freedom Riders began their journey to the segregated south in hopes to desegregate bus terminals. Now, 60 years later, several city and state leaders along with members of the community gathered at the same place those Freedom Riders arrived at here in Montgomery, to commemorate the anniversary. “John Lewis and I desegregated a Greyhound bus…

Summer Program Brings Over 200 Jobs For Montgomery Youth

Mayor Reed invites Montgomery teenagers and young adults to apply for the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program The program will provide job opportunities to approximately 200 youth and young adults in Montgomery MONTGOMERY – Mayor Steven L. Reed today announced plans for the City of Montgomery to hire approximately 200 teenagers and young adults as part of the Mayor’s Summer Youth…

Montgomery City Council Approves Reed’s $50 Million Reinvestment Plan

The Montgomery City Council has voted unanimously to approve Mayor Steven L. Reed’s initiative to reinvest $50 million in Montgomery neighborhoods, community centers, public safety infrastructure and public transportation. Mayor Reed revealed the plan Monday as part of the City’s success in restructuring municipal finances to save $16-$18 million in taxpayer money. “We made a promise to put in place…

Montgomery City Leaders Discuss Hazard Pay for All Employees

Montgomery Ciyt HallThe Covid Cares Act has helped municipalities across the country give hazard pay to many city employees, but it doesn’t cover all employees. The Covid Cares Act covers additional pay for first responders, and Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed had city sanitation workers covered through the personnel board. At Tuesday night’s city council meeting, Councilman Glenn Pruitt asked to…