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   Mayor: Rob Hinson City Clerk: Tammy Bailey Administrative Assistant/License Clerk:  Lori Coker Magistrate: Cindy Dykes

Call 334-886-2955 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Council Meetings

Council meetings are normally held on the 2nd & 4th Monday every of every month. Time 6:00 p.m. At City Hall 263 E Lawrence Harris Hwy

Geneva County

Geneva Co.Courthouse
200 N. Commerce, Geneva, AL
Call (334) 684-5600

Geneva Co. Health Department
300 County Road 41 Hartford, AL
Call (334) 684-2256

Geneva Co. Dept. of Human Resources
1831 W. Magnolia Avenue, Geneva, AL
Call (334) 684-5800

Geneva Co. Sheriff
200 N. Commerce, Geneva, AL
Call (334) 684-5660

Geneva Co. Road & Bridge
586 N. County Road 41, Hartford, AL
Call (334) 684-6534

City Departments

Police Department
263 E. Lawrence Harris Hwy
Call(334) 886-3333

Emergency Medical Services Business Office
324 S. St. Hwy 103 South
Call(334) 886-7419

Fire Dept. Business Office
324 S. St. Hwy 103 South
Call(334) 886-7419

Housing Authority
668 W. Bateman Avenue
Call(334) 886-3473

Municipal Court
263 E. Lawrence Harris Hwy
Call(334) 886-3777

Public Library
122 S. Dalton Street
Call(334) 886-9009

Recreation Park / Baseball
375 E. Cox Street
Call(334) 886-2334

City Yard
440 S. St. Hwy 103 South
Call(334) 886-2334

Senior Center
134 W. Bateman Avenue
Call(334) 886-3115


Place 1 Councilmember Tony Davis

Place 2 Councilmember Joe Myles

Place 3 Councilmember Henely Hicks

Place 4 Councilmember Tim Hatcher

Place 5 Councilmember Travis Garrett

Home of The Slocomb Tomato Festival

3rd Saturday of June The “Slocomb Tomato Festival” is the biggest and one of the best in the region held eacy year on the third weekend of June. The celebration is held at the peak of tomator season and different types and varieties can be purchased at the festival, the most popular being the Globe Tomatoes. A mecca of southern goodness in eastern Geneva County, Slocomb is known for growing the best tomatoes in the country. A quaint, candid farming town, Slocomb is proud of the hard work and row crops produced by area farmers.

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