COVID-19 Info & Updates from the Town of Pike Road

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to challenge our community, we encourage you to utilize trusted resources like the CDC and the Alabama Department of Public Health. Use the buttons below to access guidance and information from these public health resources.

September 18: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“This week, the threat of inclement weather added another element to the ongoing challenges faced by our state and our community. Thank you, Pike Road, for staying weather-aware, making smart choices, and working together to support one another. We are so thankful for everyone who continues to serve on the frontlines, from first responders to the Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency, dedicated service providers and the Town of Pike Road team. We appreciate all you do.

 

Fall activities are upon us, and we encourage you to continue to make smart, safe decisions that build confidence and allow us to enjoy all this season has to offer. Please continue to follow the safety recommendations from the CDC and Alabama Public Health. Help keep our community safe by maintaining a six-foot social distance whenever possible, washing your hands and sanitizing your environment frequently, and avoiding the risks of large crowds. In this active time, it is so important to continue to wear face coverings or masks that cover your mouth and nose in public spaces to help protect both yourself and others.

The coming week is an exciting and important one in the Town of Pike Road. Tomorrow, the Pike Road Quilters’ Virtual Quilt Show begins, and we hope you will visit us online to “meet” the quilters and enjoy the incredible art they have created. The deadline to participate in two traditional fall activities, Hay, Look at Us! and our Veterans Bricks program, are one week away on Sept. 25. Visit www.pikeroad.us to learn how you can honor a veteran you know and love, as well as register your neighborhood, business or organization for the fall-favorite Hay, Look at Us! contest. In addition, we invite you to participate in our virtual Business Association Lunch & Learn and Ag & Stewardship Fermentation Workshop, on Sept. 24 and 25 respectively. We encourage you to visit us online at www.pikeroad.us to learn more, register, and safely participate in these community-building activities. There is so much to celebrate in our special hometown!

The current Safer at Home order and statewide mask requirement continue through Oct. 2. Based on the current safety guidelines, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through October 2. We are committed to safely serving our community, so please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us.

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

September 18: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – On August 27, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through October 2, 2020. To learn more about this order, please click here. Based on the current Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, the following policies and procedures will apply in the Town of Pike Road through October 2, 2020:

  • Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access. This policy includes Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities, and events scheduled for later in the year are being evaluated. However, we will continue to offer a variety of virtual events through our ENHANCE initiative. Visit us online to learn more.

  • The Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

  • The Safer At Home order allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews. We want to reiterate that we are here to help.

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

September 11: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Today we want to say thank you, Pike Road, for all you continue to do to connect with your neighbors, support one another, and make smart, safe decisions that help us continue to make progress in the fight against COVID-19 in our community.

As a reminder, please continue to be smart and follow the safety recommendations from the CDC and Alabama Public Health. There are four main principles we encourage you to continue following to keep our community safe. Keep a six-foot social distance whenever possible, sanitize your environment and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoid the risks of large crowds help reduce the risk of catching or spreading the coronavirus. It is so important to continue to wear face coverings or masks that cover your mouth and nose in public spaces to help protect both yourself and others. These actions help us continue to make progress and build confidence in our community as we safely enjoy the active fall season.

 

The current Safer at Home order and statewide mask requirement continue through Oct. 2. Based on the current safety guidelines, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through October 2. We are committed to safely serving our community, so please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us.

 

With safety recommendations in mind, we are pleased to offer a blend of virtual and traditional ENHANCE initiative activities this fall. Beginning today, Sept. 11, you can register your neighborhood, business, or organization for the annual Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Competition. We encourage you to safely participate in this fall-favorite activity, which brings so much joy to our community and our neighbors across the River Region. Find registration details on our website, www.pikeroad.us.

 

We are also humbled to invite you to join us as we honor our nation’s veterans. There are two weeks left to order a commemorative brick paver to honor a veteran you know and love. Order forms are available at www.pikeroad.us, and bricks ordered by Sept. 25 will be dedicated and installed in the Pike Road Veterans Memorial Walk of Honor this fall. We also invite veterans, friends and families to share photos, videos, stories and related memories with us through Oct. 30 as part of a new virtual library that will be shared with the community in honor and remembrance.

 

Register now for the Sept. 24 virtual Lunch & Learn, and join the Pike Road Business Association for an entertaining and educational look at tackling generational differences in the workplace. On Sept. 25, the Ag & Stewardship Club will present a virtual Home Fermentation Workshop! Participants will have the opportunity to pick up the necessary materials from our Community Development team to follow along and can vegetables from home. Registration and details are available on our website, www.pikeroad.us.

 

On this meaningful day in the history of our nation, we encourage you to pause and remember the tragedy that struck our nation nineteen years ago. We remember those who simply went to work on the morning of September 11, and we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice that they may help their neighbors. We remember, and we renew our commitment to serving, caring for, and seeking to understand our neighbors, near and far. Thank you, Pike Road, for the care you show one another every day.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

September 11: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – On August 27, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through October 2, 2020. To learn more about this order, please click here. Based on the current Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, the following policies and procedures will apply in the Town of Pike Road through October 2, 2020:

  • Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access. This policy includes Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities, and events scheduled for later in the year are being evaluated. However, we will continue to offer a variety of virtual events through our ENHANCE initiative. Visit us online to learn more.

  • The Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

  • The Safer At Home order allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews. We want to reiterate that we are here to help.

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

September 4, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
September 4: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Although we may still be waiting for fall weather, the school season and autumn events are here! We thank you, Pike Road, for your continued engagement in all the opportunities our hometown has to offer, and we appreciate your continued commitment to being safe and making smart decisions. Your actions help build confidence and move our community forward, and your engagement makes the Town of Pike Road a special place to call home.

Please continue to be smart by following the safety recommendations from the CDC and Alabama Public Health. Simple actions like keeping a six-foot social distance, washing your hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoiding the risks of large crowds help reduce the risk of catching or spreading the coronavirus. Please continue to wear face coverings or masks that cover your mouth and nose in public spaces to help protect both yourself and others. As a reminder, the current Safer at Home Order and statewide mask mandate continue through Oct. 2.

 

Fall is a special season in the Town of Pike Road, and school-related activities and athletic events, holidays and local traditions are already getting started. There are so many opportunities to participate and engage, and we encourage you to recognize that participation in these programs requires that we follow health and safety guidelines as provided by event organizers and public health providers. Please be mindful of these guidelines, which help us continue to safely enjoy all this season has to offer.

In light of the current safety recommendations, the Town of Pike Road will offer a variety of virtual ENHANCE initiative activities this fall. On Sept. 24, the Pike Road Business Association will tackle generational differences in the workplace with humor and helpful tips during a virtual Lunch & Learn. On Sept. 25, the Ag & Stewardship Club will present a virtual Home Fermentation Workshop! Participants will have the opportunity to pick up the necessary materials from our Community Development team to follow along and can vegetables from home. The Pike Road Arts Council will present a virtual quilt show featuring the handmade works of the Pike Road Quilters, and the annual Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Competition will be here before we know it.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join us as we honor our nation’s veterans. Through September 25, you can honor a veteran you know and love by ordering a commemorative brick paver to be dedicated and installed in the Pike Road Veterans Memorial Walk of Honor. We also invite veterans, friends and families to share photos, videos, stories and related memories with us through Oct. 30 as part of a new virtual library that will be shared with the community in honor and remembrance. Visit www.pikeroad.us to learn how you can participate in all of these opportunities and more.

 

Based on the Governor’s updated Safer At Home order, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through October 2. We are committed to continue safely serving our community, so please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on our website.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

September 4: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – On August 27, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through October 2, 2020. To learn more about this order, please click here. Based on the current Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, the following policies and procedures will apply in the Town of Pike Road through October 2, 2020:

  • Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access. This policy includes Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities, and events scheduled for later in the year are being evaluated. However, we will continue to offer a variety of virtual events through our ENHANCE initiative. Visit us online to learn more.

  • The Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

  • The Safer At Home order allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews. We want to reiterate that we are here to help.

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

August 28, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as we enter the active fall season. Please see a few resources below from Governor Kay Ivey & the Alabama Department of Public Health. 

August 28: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“As we look toward the active fall season, please remember that, while we have made so much progress, there is still progress to be made. As you may know, earlier this week, Governor Ivey extended the Safer At Home order and mask requirement through October 2. Please continue to be intentional and make smart, safe decisions as we move forward through this challenge together.

 

We encourage you to remain committed to the same simple, safety ideas recommended by the CDC and ADPH. Continue to actively keep a six-foot social distance in public spaces, wash your hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds, and understand the risks of large crowds. Sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones also help reduce the risk of catching or spreading the coronavirus. Please continue to wear face coverings or masks that cover your mouth and nose in public spaces to help protect both yourself and others with whom you come in contact. Fall has so much to offer, from athletic events to holidays and other activities, and each of our actions affects the way we are able to enjoy this special season.

 

Based on the Governor’s updated Safer At Home order, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through October 2. We are committed to continue safely serving our community, so please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on our website.

 

This fall, we are excited to present several traditional events and activities for our community as part of our ENHANCE initiative. Today, we had nearly 50 people participate in our virtual Fall Gardening Ag & Stewardship seminar, and there are many more great opportunities for you to get involved! Right now, we invite you to join us as we honor our nation’s veterans. Through September 25, you can honor a veteran you know and love by ordering a commemorative brick paver to be dedicated and installed in the Pike Road Veterans Memorial Walk of Honor. We also invite veterans, friends and families to share photos, videos, stories and related memories with us through Oct. 30 as part of a new virtual library that will be shared with the community in honor and remembrance.

 

On Sept. 24, the Pike Road Business Association will tackle generational differences in the workplace with humor and helpful tips during a virtual Lunch & Learn. Later this month, the Pike Road Arts Council will present a virtual quilt show featuring the handmade works of the Pike Road Quilters, and the annual Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Competition is just around the corner. So, be sure to remind your neighbors and coworkers about this fall-favorite opportunity to get creative and showcase the spirit of Pike Road.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

August 28, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – On August 27, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through October 2, 2020. To learn more about this order, please click here. Based on the current Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, the following policies and procedures will apply in the Town of Pike Road through October 2, 2020:

  • Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access. This policy includes Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities, and events scheduled for later in the year are being evaluated. However, we will continue to offer a variety of virtual events through our ENHANCE initiative. Visit us online to learn more.

  • The Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

  • The Safer At Home order allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews. We want to reiterate that we are here to help.

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

August 21: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“The school year has officially begun, and fall activities are soon to follow! The energetic, enthusiastic spirit of our community is one of the things that makes the Town of Pike Road such a special place to call home. We appreciate all you have done to support one another and the ways you continue to responsibly engage in local activities. In order to confidently enjoy all this season has to offer, we ask and encourage you to continue to be smart and be safe.

 

The CDC and ADPH continue to recommend keeping a six-foot social distance whenever possible, washing your hands frequently and thoroughly, and understanding and avoiding the risks of large crowds. Sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones also help reduce the risk of catching or spreading the coronavirus. In addition, the current Safer At Home order requires Alabamians to wear face coverings or masks in public places through August 31. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and others with whom you come in contact. It is important to remember that our actions can affect everyone we meet, either building confidence or increasing risks. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

Our team remains committed to safely serving and connecting our community, and this includes both municipal services and Quality of Life programming. The Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through August 31. However, please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us. These resources include voter information for the upcoming municipal election, which will be held at Town Hall on August 25. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

This fall, we are excited to present several traditional events and activities for our community. Next week, on August 28, our Ag & Stewardship Club will present a virtual Fall Gardening Workshop in partnership with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Don’t miss this free event, which will help you transition from summer fruits and veggies to a full fall harvest! Then, stay tuned to learn how you can participate in the Pike Road Business Association’s next Lunch & Learn event on Sept. 24. Our Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Competition is just around the corner, too.

 

In the meantime, we are also pleased to continue to provide opportunities to honor and show appreciation for our nation’s military veterans. Through September 25, you can honor a veteran you know and love by ordering a commemorative brick paver to be dedicated and installed in the Pike Road Veterans Memorial Walk of Honor. We also invite veterans, friends and families to share stories and memories with us as part of a new virtual library that will be shared with the community in honor and remembrance. These are just a few of the great things happening in our hometown, and we encourage you to visit www.pikeroad.us for more information about all of these activities and to get involved!

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on www.pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

August 21, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer At Home order, issued on July 29. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 29, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through August 31, as well as adding mask requirements for schools and colleges. To learn more about this Safer At Home order, please click here.

  • Based on the Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through August 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home order, issued on July 29, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables, but PLEASE break down cardboard boxes.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through August 31. Events following August 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer At Home order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

August 14, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
August 14: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Summer is coming to a close, and fall activities are on the horizon. Soon, school will begin, as will athletics, community events, and much more. As we move into another active season, COVID-19 continues to challenge our community. We appreciate your ongoing efforts to be safe and smart, and we encourage you to remain vigilant and intentional in your actions. Prioritizing the health and safety of our families, friends and neighbors will help us build confidence and open opportunities for us to enjoy all the season has to offer.

Our message to you remains the same: Please be smart, be safe, and be confident. Being smart means following the health and safety guidelines of trusted sources like the CDC and Alabama Department of Public Health. These recommendations, intended to keep us safe, continue to focus on keeping a 6-foot social distance from others, avoiding group gatherings, washing your hands thoroughly and often, and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones. The current Safer At Home order requires Alabamians to wear face coverings or masks in public places through August 31. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and others with whom you come in contact. It is important to remember that our actions can affect everyone we meet, either building confidence or increasing risks. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

There are several important and exciting things coming up in the Town of Pike Road. Our team remains committed to safely serving and connecting our community, and this includes Quality of Life programming. On August 28, our Ag & Stewardship Club will present a virtual Fall Gardening Workshop in partnership with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Don’t miss this free event, which will help you transition from summer fruits and veggies to a full fall harvest! Our P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team and churches continue to offer a variety of programs to serve all the needs of our citizens, particularly as we all prepare for the start of school.

 

We are also pleased to continue to provide opportunities to honor and show appreciation for our nation’s military veterans. Through September 25, you can honor a veteran you know and love by ordering a commemorative brick paver to be dedicated and installed in the Pike Road Veterans Memorial Walk of Honor. We also invite veterans, friends and families to share stories and memories with us as part of a new virtual library that will be shared with the community in honor and remembrance. These are just a few of the great things happening in our hometown, and we encourage you to visit www.pikeroad.us for more information about all of these activities and to get involved!

The Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through August 31. Please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us. These resources include voter registration and absentee voter information for the upcoming municipal election, which will be held at Town Hall on August 25. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on www.pikeroad.us.

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

August 14, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer At Home order, issued on July 29. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 29, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through August 31, as well as adding mask requirements for schools and colleges. To learn more about this Safer At Home order, please click here.

  • Based on the Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through August 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home order, issued on July 29, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables, but PLEASE break down cardboard boxes.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through August 31. Events following August 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Pike Road Schools has announced their plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins on August 20. Families are encouraged to visit www.pikeroadschools.org to access the reopening plan and choose their preferred method of instruction: Traditional, Remote, and Blended.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer At Home order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

August 7, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
August 7: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“COVID-19 continues to challenge our community and our state, and we appreciate all you have done and are doing to help us make progress throughout this situation. Traditional fall activities and the start of school are quickly approaching, and it is important for us to remain dedicated to making smart choices and keeping our community safe as we move into this season. Following safety guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and ADPH help protect both our families and our neighbors, as well as the front-line workers. Thank you for continuing to serve our community. We appreciate your efforts.

 

These health and safety recommendations consistently include keeping a 6-foot social distance from others, avoiding group gatherings, washing your hands thoroughly and often, and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones. The current Safer At Home order requires Alabamians to wear face coverings or masks in public places through August 31. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and others with whom you come in contact. It is important to remember that our actions can affect everyone we meet. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

The Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through August 31. Please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, www.pikeroad.us. These resources include voter registration and absentee voter information for the upcoming municipal election, which will be held at Town Hall on August 25. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services. 

 

As summer comes to a close, so does the 2020 Census. The deadline to participate in the Census is quickly approaching, so if you have not already filled out your census, please visit my2020census.gov and do so today! Pike Road has done a great job so far, but it is so important that every household be counted. Every ten years, the census is used to determine congressional representation and set standards of federal funding for schools. The Census assists with healthcare, access to grants for community programming, and infrastructure projects across the nation. The 2020 Census has 10 questions, and it takes about 6 minutes to complete. Remember, it can affect $13 billion in funding for Alabama. 

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on www.pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

August 7, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer At Home order, issued on July 29. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 29, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through August 31, as well as adding mask requirements for schools and colleges. To learn more about this Safer At Home order, please click here.

  • Based on the Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through August 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home order, issued on July 29, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables, but PLEASE break down cardboard boxes.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through August 31. Events following August 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Pike Road Schools has announced their plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins on August 20. Families are encouraged to visit www.pikeroadschools.org to access the reopening plan and choose their preferred method of instruction: Traditional, Remote, and Blended.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer At Home order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

July 31, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as you enjoy the summer season. Please see a few resources below from Governor Kay Ivey & the Alabama Department of Public Health. 

July 31, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“This week, Governor Ivey extended the Safer At Home order and mask requirement through August 31. We hope this will serve both as a reminder that COVID-19 continues to challenge our community and our state and encouragement to continue to be safe and make smart choices. Throughout this ongoing situation, our community has embodied the neighborly “Welcome Home” spirit that makes the Town of Pike Road such a special place to call home, and we are so appreciative of how you continue to support each other.  We ask and encourage you to fight the fatigue of social distancing, avoiding group gatherings, and staying home, and continue making intentional, thoughtful decisions that help keep our community safe while remaining connected. Following safety guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and ADPH help protect both our families and our neighbors, as well as the front-line workers who continue to serve our community, and we appreciate your efforts.

Health and safety recommendations continue to include social distancing, avoiding group gatherings, washing your hands thoroughly and often, and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones. The current Safer At Home order requires Alabamians to wear face coverings or masks in public places. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

Based on the updated Safer At Home order, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through August 31. Please know that our team is always available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

As we move forward, we want to say thank you to the front-line workers who continue to ensure we have safe access to services and necessities throughout this process. Thank you to our local businesses, who continue to adapt to the coronavirus challenge, and thank you, Pike Road, for supporting them. Thank you to our churches and P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team for working to provide safe fellowship and worship opportunities, as well as providing resources for our neighbors in need. We also want to extend a special thank you to the leaders, administrators, teachers and staff of Pike Road Schools, who have been working all summer to prepare for a responsible start to the 2020-2021 school year. To learn about the upcoming school year, please visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 31, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer At Home order, issued on July 29. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 29, Governor Kay Ivey announced updates to the Safer At Home order. These updates extend the mask requirement and other measures through August 31, as well as adding mask requirements for schools and colleges. To learn more about this Safer At Home order, please click here.

  • Based on the Safer At Home order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through August 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home order, issued on July 29, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables, but PLEASE break down cardboard boxes.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through August 31. Events following August 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Pike Road Schools has announced their plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins on August 20. Families are encouraged to visit www.pikeroadschools.org to access the reopening plan and choose their preferred method of instruction: Traditional, Remote, and Blended.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer At Home order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

July 24, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 24, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“From the very beginning of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, we have been amazed by our community’s response. You have gone above and beyond to be smart, stay safe, and care for neighbors in need. We are so appreciative of all you do, and we strongly encourage you to continue to be thoughtful and intentional, following the guidance of the Alabama Department of Public Health as we move forward. This week, Governor Ivey announced a statewide mask ordinance that asks every Alabamian to wear a mask or cloth face covering in public spaces. This is one more step that we can all take to support each other and help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  Making smart, safe choices is the best way to move forward through this situation.

 

Please stay aware of CDC and ADPH recommendations and incorporate them into in your daily routine if you have not already. As a reminder, these continue to include actively social distancing, avoiding group gatherings, washing your hands thoroughly and often, and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

We also want to take this opportunity to remind you that the 2020 Census is here! Every ten years, the census is used to distribute everything from congressional representation to federal funding for schools and healthcare, access to grants for community programming, and infrastructure projects across the nation. The 2020 Census has 10 questions, and it takes about 6 minutes to complete, but it can affect $13 billion in funding for Alabama. If you have not already filled out your census, please visit my2020census.gov and do so today.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 31. As always, our team is available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 24, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on July 15. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 15, Governor Kay Ivey announced a statewide mask order requiring Alabamians to wear masks or face covering that covers their mouth and nose in public spaces. This order continues through July 31, along with previously announced Safer at Home measures. To learn more about the mask order, please click here for FAQ from ADPH.

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on July 15, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables, but PLEASE break down cardboard boxes.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 31. Events following July 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Pike Road Schools has announced their plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins on August 20. Families are encouraged to visit www.pikeroadschools.org to access the reopening plan and choose their preferred method of instruction: Traditional, Remote, and Blended.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

July 17, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as you enjoy the summer season. Please see a few resources below from Governor Kay Ivey & the Alabama Department of Public Health. 

July 17, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.
July 17, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on July 15. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • On July 15, Governor Kay Ivey announced a statewide mask order requiring Alabamians to wear masks or face covering that covers their mouth and nose in public spaces. This order continues through July 31, along with previously announced Safer at Home measures. To learn more about the mask order, please click here for FAQ from ADPH.

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on July 15, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 31. Events following July 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

 

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

“From the very beginning of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, we have been amazed by our community’s response. You have gone above and beyond to be smart, stay safe, and care for neighbors in need. We are so appreciative of all you do, and we strongly encourage you to continue to be thoughtful and intentional, following the guidance of the Alabama Department of Public Health as we move forward. This week, Governor Ivey announced a statewide mask ordinance that asks every Alabamian to wear a mask or cloth face covering in public spaces. This is one more step that we can all take to support each other and help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  Making smart, safe choices is the best way to move forward through this situation.

 

Please stay aware of CDC and ADPH recommendations and incorporate them into in your daily routine if you have not already. As a reminder, these continue to include actively social distancing, avoiding group gatherings, washing your hands thoroughly and often, and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, counter tops, and phones. Face masks and cloth face coverings, which should cover your mouth and nose, protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions.

 

We also want to take this opportunity to remind you that the 2020 Census is here! Every ten years, the census is used to distribute everything from congressional representation to federal funding for schools and healthcare, access to grants for community programming, and infrastructure projects across the nation. The 2020 Census has 10 questions, and it takes about 6 minutes to complete, but it can affect $13 billion in funding for Alabama. If you have not already filled out your census, please visit my2020census.gov and do so today.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 31. As always, our team is available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 10, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 17, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on June 30. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on June 30, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 31. Events following July 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

 

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

July 10, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“It is with excitement and gratitude that we express our heartfelt thanks to you following a very special Pike Road Fourth of July. Thank you, Pike Road, for sharing your spirit, joy and gratitude throughout our Week of Patriotism celebrations. It was a gift to see your Scavenger Hunt photos, and we hope you enjoyed the art activities and the songs of celebration in our virtual concert. These, along with the Community Cookbook, can be accessed by visiting www.pikeroad.us. Although these were not our traditional activities, you continue to amaze us and embody the spirit that makes the Town of Pike Road such a special place to call home. We have so much to be thankful for in this great country, and our community is one of those many blessings.

Thank you for continuing to be smart and safe as the summer continues. The COVID-19 challenge is present in Montgomery County and across Alabama, and each of us has a responsibility to help stop the spread. It continues to be vital to make thoughtful choices, recognize the risks of large gatherings, and practice social distancing. CDC and ADPH guidance also includes washing your hands frequently and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces like doorknobs, steering wheels, and countertops both at home and at your place of work. We also encourage you to recognize the importance of wearing masks and face coverings in public spaces or when around those who are not part of your household. Making smart, safe choices helps us progress through the ongoing COVID-19 challenge and builds confidence in our community, and we appreciate your efforts to do so.

 

The Town of Pike Road is not requiring face masks at this time, but we do strongly recommend that everyone wear a face mask in public places, such as grocery stores or businesses, and when interacting with those outside of their household. Face masks and cloth face coverings protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 31. As always, our team is available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 3, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as you enjoy the summer season. Please see a few updated resources below from Governor Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health. 

July 3, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“This week, we are excited to wish you all a safe and happy Fourth of July! We also want to say thank you, Pike Road, for all you do. Thank you for safely staying engaged in our community, caring for your neighbors, and showing us why the Town of Pike Road is such a special place to call home. This week, we continue to celebrate a very special Fourth of July with the Week of Patriotism, and the energy these activities have received is incredible. We have so much to be thankful for in this great country, and our community is one of those many blessings.

Traditionally, the Fourth of July holiday and summer season bring lots of opportunities for events and social gatherings. As many of us continue our celebrations and begin our weekend, we encourage you to please be smart and safe. In the midst of this season of activity, the COVID-19 challenge continues in Montgomery County and across Alabama. It is more important than ever to make thoughtful choices, including recognizing the risks of large gatherings and continuing to practice social distancing. We also encourage you to recognize the importance of wearing masks and face coverings in public spaces or when around those who are not part of your household. As we celebrate our country and give thanks for the freedoms we enjoy each day, it is so important to recognize the opportunities we have to care for our neighbors and greater community with thoughtful and intentional actions. Making smart, safe choices helps us progress through the ongoing COVID-19 challenge and builds confidence in our community, and we appreciate your efforts to do so.

 

Despite the challenges of this unique time, our citizens continue to show neighborly love for each other and our hometown. The Fourth of July is such a special time in the Town of Pike Road, and, although this year’s celebrations may be different, the patriotic and community-centric spirit of Pike Road has not changed. Thank you for your efforts to safely connect and celebrate through this week’s activities. The Community Cookbook is available now at pikeroad.us, and it’s full of memories and meals from our citizens. We had a great response to the June 30 Community Blood Drive, and we appreciate your efforts to help meet the ongoing need for blood donations. Following our Flag Exchange, we look forward to seeing the Stars & Stripes flying high across Town.

 

Today, we are excited to share patriotic art activities from the Pike Road Arts Council, and tomorrow, the Fourth of July, enjoy a virtual concert featuring the people of Pike Road. Patriotic music will be shared throughout the day on our social media and website, pikeroad.us. We will also share photos collected throughout the week, so don’t forget to share your photos with #PikeRoad4thofJuly. We encourage you to explore and enjoy these celebrations with your family: Visit pikeroad.us to learn more.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road is not requiring face masks at this time, but we do recommend that everyone wear a face mask in public places, such as grocery stores or business, and when interacting with those outside of their household. Face masks and cloth face coverings protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community.

 

Following Governor Kay Ivey’s updated Safer at Home Order, released on June 30, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 31. As always, our team is available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 3, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on June 30. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 31, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on June 30, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820. Please Note: RePower has advised that their recycling facilities will be closed on July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 31. Events following July 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

June 26, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as you enjoy the summer season. Please see a few resources below from the CDC & Alabama Department of Public Health. 

June 26, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“As we come to you once again with a weekly update, we want to say thank you for all you continue to do to be safe, be smart, and care for each other. Thank you for remaining aware of CDC & ADPH recommendations, practicing good hygiene and social distancing, and thank you for your efforts to wear masks and face coverings in public spaces. As the active summer season kicks off, COVID-19 continues to spread in our region, and it is more important than ever to be thoughtful and intentional in all we do. We each have a responsibility to do all we can to protect ourselves and our neighbors, and we appreciate your efforts to do so. Making smart, safe choices helps us progress through the ongoing COVID-19 challenge and builds confidence in our community.

Despite the challenges of this unique time, the Fourth of July holiday reminds us of the many reasons to be thankful. This time of year is so special in the Town of Pike Road, and, traditionally, SummerFest and other events bring our entire community together in celebration. This year’s celebrations are different, but they are still all about connecting with friends and neighbors and celebrating our community and country. The Week of Patriotism begins Sunday, June 28, with the release of our community cookbook, and we encourage you to engage in the variety of activities that continue through July 4.

 

On Monday, June 29, we will discuss the history of Pike Road on a special edition of the Mondays with the Mayor radio program, and the community is invited to participate in creating a handprint flag banner. This project will continue all week long at a variety of locations, including during the June 30 Community Blood Drive, 10 – 4 p.m. at Pike Road Town Hall (9575 Vaughn Rd). Visit us online today to register for an appointment to donate blood! We are also excited to offer a flag exchange at this time. Citizens may drop off faded, weathered Star-Spangled Banners, and pick up a fresh, new flag from our team at Town Hall. With the help of local Boy Scouts, we will properly dispose of your worn-out flags and provide flag etiquette resources.

 

On Wednesday, July 1, all ages can enjoy a community-wide scavenger hunt. Then, share your spirit with DIY patriotic crafts and star-spangled outfits.  On Thursday, you can say hello to Victor E., the Pike Road Schools Mascot, as he tours the town with Lady Liberty. On Friday, we will reveal the completed handprint flag created throughout the week, and everyone can engage in the arts with virtual art lessons from the Pike Road Arts Council. Finally, on the Fourth of July, we are excited to celebrate with a virtual concert featuring the people of Pike Road. Patriotic music will be shared throughout the day on our social media and website, pikeroad.us. We will also share photos collected throughout the week, so don’t forget to share your photos with #PikeRoad4thofJuly. We encourage you to explore and enjoy these celebrations with your family: Visit pikeroad.us to learn more.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road is not requiring face masks at this time, but we do recommend that everyone wear a face mask in public places, such as grocery stores or business, and when interacting with those outside of their household. Face masks and cloth face coverings protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community.

 

The Town of Pike Road continues to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities, and our team is available to help you via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us.  If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 26, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 3, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 3. Events following July 3 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative, including the 2020 Week of Patriotism!

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

June 19, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be safe, smart and thoughtful as you enjoy the summer season. Please see a few resources below from the CDC & Alabama Department of Public Health. 

June 19, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Friends and neighbors, as we enjoy the active summer season and the opportunities available through the current Safer At Home order, it is more important than ever to be smart, be safe, and be confident. Montgomery County and our region are experiencing an increase in COVID-19 cases, and we each have a responsibility to do all we can to protect ourselves and our neighbors. Throughout this ongoing challenge, we have been amazed and thankful for the ways that each of you have cared for and supported one another and made responsible choices. We strongly encourage you to continue to do so, as making smart, safe choices is the best way to move forward through this situation.


Please continue to stay aware of CDC and ADPH recommendations, which continue to include actively social distancing, avoiding group gatherings, and practicing good hygiene and frequent sanitation. At this time, we are not requiring face masks in the Town of Pike Road, but we do recommend that everyone wear a face mask in public places, such as grocery stores or business, and when interacting with those outside of their household. Face masks and cloth face coverings protect both you and those you come in contact with, and it is important to remember that our actions affect the essential workers and healthcare professionals who continue to serve in our community. Please continue to be thoughtful, cautious, and compassionate in your actions. 
 

With these current challenges in mind, we are excited to invite you to participate in our Week of Patriotism, which will allow us to celebrate our community and country safely during the week of June 28 – July 4. Help us kick off the week with a special cookbook featuring summertime staples from your families! Visit pikeroad.us or email info@pikeroad.us to share your memories and meals, make an appointment to donate blood, and more. As the week of activity approaches, we encourage you to explore opportunities to share, connect, and celebrate our community and our country by visiting pikeroad.us to learn more.
 

The Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 3. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.
 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.
 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.
 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 19, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 3, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • At this time, the Recycling Depot is open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 3. Events following July 3 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through June 24, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative, including the 2020 Week of Patriotism!

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

June 12, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
June 12, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“This week, we want to say thank you. Thank you, Pike Road, for the ways you continue to show love and support for each other. From writing thank you notes in your driveway for our service partners to providing meals to our neighbors in need, collaborating to make PPE for front-line workers, and so much more, your continued outreach has been incredible throughout this challenging time. We appreciate all you do, and we encourage you to continue to be great neighbors, to seek understanding, and to support one another. 

Social distancing and health precautions have provided the opportunity to revisit our ENHANCE initiative events and activities. We are thankful for the innovation and strong partnerships that allow us to continue to engage our community throughout the ongoing COVID-19 challenge. Yesterday, Lunch & Learn made its digital premier with a well-attended webinar in partnership with Troy University Continuing Education & Outreach, and we look forward to continuing to connect safely with our citizens.

With this in mind, we are excited to invite you to participate in our Week of Patriotism, which will allow us to celebrate our country and community during the week leading up to the Fourth of July. Help us kick off the week with a special cookbook featuring summertime staples from your families! Visit pikeroad.us or email info@pikeroad.us to share your memories and meals, and, as the week of activity approaches, we encourage you to explore opportunities to share, connect, and celebrate our community and our country by visiting pikeroad.us to learn more.

 

The Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through July 3. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

We appreciate the enthusiasm our community continues to show regarding recycling in the Town of Pike Road, and we are excited to announce that the Recycling Depot will begin a partial reopening on June 16. At this time, the Recycling Depot will be open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

 

As we move into the active summer months, the COVID-19 challenge continues to be present in our community. Please continue to stay aware of CDC and ADPH recommendations, actively social distance, and understand the risks of crowds. Having face masks available for public outings and practicing good hygiene can help protect yourself and your neighbors. Being smart, safe and confident has helped us to progress to where we are today and will continue to help us through this time.

 

We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 12, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through July 3, 2020. This policy also applies to Founders Station and the Pike Road Arts Center.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

    • The Recycling Depot will begin a partial reopening on June 16. At this time, the Recycling Depot will be open for recycling drop-off three days per week: It will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays and remain open until 5 p.m. on Thursdays. This schedule is subject to change based on the safety requirements of the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, and we ask that you utilize the Recycling Depot respectfully and with consideration for the Town of Pike Road team that maintains it.

      • As a reminder, the Recycling Depot currently accepts the following items: Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Cardboard, and Aluminum. All of these items can be placed in any of the receptacles at the Recycling Depot. It is NOT necessary to separate recyclables.

      • In the event that the recycling receptacles are full, please return at another time or utilize another recycling resource. We are excited to share about another local recycling option, RePower South. RePower South provides drop-off recycling receptacles, located at 1551 Louisville Street, Montgomery 36104. RePower has advised that individuals may utilize the Louisville Street receptacles when the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is closed or full. For more information, please call: (334) 356-5820.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of most events at municipal facilities through July 3. Events following July 3 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through June 24, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative, including the 2020 Week of Patriotism!

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

June 5, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone

Please continue to be smart, safe and confident as we enter the active summer season!

Click here to access Fourth of July guidance from the Alabama Department of Public Health.

June 5, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“The past few months have brought challenging situations to our community and our country, but each day, we have been reminded of our many blessings through the actions of our citizens. Thank you, Pike Road, for supporting and showing love for one another the way that you have. As we move forward, there is no better time to consider and reflect on our actions. We encourage you to intentionally continue to connect with your neighbors, show love, seek to listen, and seek to understand. Together, Pike Road, we can continue to make our town a special and welcoming place to call home.

This week, we are excited to celebrate and recognize a meaningful milestone made possible by the dedication and support of our community: Pike Road Schools’ very first graduating class will receive their diplomas tomorrow, June 6. It is with joy and gratitude that we say congratulations to the Class of 2020! We invite you to participate in this celebration of our community’s schools. Join us this evening at 7 p.m. by stepping outside to make some noise – cheer, shout, honk your horn – from your driveway. Together, let’s send these students into graduation with a show of our support! Tomorrow, you can tune in to a live stream of the graduation ceremony by visiting facebook.com/pikeroadschools.

 

In the coming weeks, we are excited to provide a variety of virtual and socially distanced ENHANCE events and activities. Next week, Lunch & Learn will make its digital premier with a live webinar, and our Week of Patriotism schedule is available now! This week of activity, leading up to Independence Day, is designed to engage each of our citizens in service, art, local history, and more. We encourage you to explore opportunities to share, connect, and celebrate our community and our country by visiting pikeroad.us to learn more. We are so thankful for the innovation and strong partnerships that allow us to continue to engage our community throughout the ongoing COVID-19 challenge.

 

As a reminder, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through June 13. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.

 

The COVID-19 challenge continues to evolve, and, as summertime social calendars heat up, we ask that you continue to be safe, smart and confident. Continue to stay aware of CDC and ADPH recommendations, actively social distance, and understand the risks of crowds. Having face masks available for public outings and practicing good hygiene can help protect yourself and your neighbors. We remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 5, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through June 13, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, and the Recycling Depot.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through June 13. Events following June 13 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through June 30, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative, including the 2020 Week of Patriotism!

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

May 29, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 29, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Days are getting warmer, and the summer season often brings activity and travel in and around our community. As we move forward in the reopening process, let’s continue to be smart, safe, and confident. Stay in touch with the CDC and the Alabama Department of Public Health guidelines and continue to follow those wherever you can. Particularly, please consider the benefit of wearing masks in public places, so that you protect others that are around you. Please continue to recognize the risks of crowds and be cautious as you take advantage of increased opportunities to be out and about. 


Today, we are excited to remind you about our ENHANCE initiative. ENHANCE is our community involvement program in Pike Road. During the ongoing COVID-19 challenge, we have had to reconsider opportunities for our ENHANCE programs, but innovation, strong partnerships, and progress in this ongoing situation have allowed us to continue to provide a variety of activities. 
 

We encourage you to consider enjoying and exploring the beautiful landscapes of our hometown. Go for a walk or a jog on our 10 miles of trails, located in three segments across Pike Road. Utilize digital resources from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System to spruce up your yard, tend to or plant a garden, and learn about our natural surroundings with your family. Join us – virtually – for a special presentation of Lunch & Learn on June 11, offered as a live webinar in partnership with Troy University Continuing Education & Outreach. Give back by participating in volunteer activities presented by the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team and other local organizations. Visit us online at pikeroad.us to learn how!
 

At this time, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities through June 13. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods as we continue to prioritize safety and access to municipal services.
 

The COVID-19 challenge continues to evolve, we remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.
 

Thank you, Pike Road, for all you are doing to continue to allow our community to grow through this difficult COVID-19 situation. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.
 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 29, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through June 13, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, and the Recycling Depot.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through June 13. Events following June 13 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through June 30, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

May 22, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“Yesterday, Governor Ivey and the State Health Officer released updated guidelines and opportunities for reopening. As we continue through this next phase of reopening, we want to express our appreciation to our community for the ways you continue to support each other and remain smart, safe, and confident. As a reminder, this includes utilizing resources from trusted sources like the CDC, following guidelines from the Alabama Department of Public Health, recognizing the importance of social distancing, practicing good hygiene, and being respectful of the ways you can help protect yourself and your neighbors in this transition.

As we enter this holiday weekend and experience more opportunities to be out and about, we ask you to be cautious. Please understand the opportunities to help protect yourself, your family, and the greater community. The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, includes renewed access to leisure and entertainment activities such as movie theaters, athletics, and summer camps. Please explore the social distancing and capacity guidelines related to these activities. Consider having cloth face coverings and essential items like hand sanitizer available to use in public spaces, as well as the risks that are posed by large groups and crowds.

 

Today, we want to extend a special thank you in honor of the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. We hope you will take some time this Memorial Day to honor and remember our nation’s fallen heroes. Their service and sacrifice in the name of freedom are not forgotten.

 

We also encourage you to bear in mind both those who have served and those who continue to serve and protect our communities in every capacity, from overseas action to helping combat the spread of the coronavirus at home. We are so thankful for everyone across our community and our nation who continues to put themselves at risk by going to work in essential businesses to ensure we have access to necessities like food, emergency services, and healthcare.

 

At this time, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate with limited access to our municipal facilities. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We are working hard to ensure we continue to safely serve your municipal needs, and we appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods.

 

The COVID-19 challenge continues to evolve, we remain involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. We will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 22, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 21. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through May 31, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot.

    • The updated Safer At Home Order, issued on May 21, allows for the use of athletic facilities. If you would like to utilize the Community Ball Field at Veterans Park, please note that the regular reservation requirements are in place. You must also follow the guidelines and recommendations for safe athletic activities available from ADPH. Call Town Hall at 334.272.9883 to make a reservation, and click here to access the ADPH guidelines.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through May 31. Events following May 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team has returned to their offices. Municipal services continue to be accessible via phone and email, and appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

May 15, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“This week, communities across Alabama saw increased opportunities to frequent local businesses and restaurants. As we continue through this stage of reopening, we want to express our gratitude to our community for the ways you continue to thoughtfully connect with each other and remain smart, safe, and confident. It is important to remain aware of CDC and ADPH guidelines as you utilize opportunities to be out and about, whether you are returning to work, shopping at a local store, or frequenting your favorite restaurant. Please continue to recognize the importance of social distancing, practice good hygiene, and be respectful of the ways you can help protect yourself and your neighbors in this transition.

We want to say a special thank you to our local businesses for the precautions and procedures they are implementing to help keep employees and customers safe. Our gratitude also includes the frontline workers, from farmers to first responders, grocery store teams to healthcare workers, whose daily activities keep our families safe and food on our tables. Throughout this challenge, we have experienced a seamless continuation of service, and, due to the dedicated work of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, our safety has not wavered. Today, Peace Officers Memorial Day, we are humbled to remember and honor the law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the communities they served. We encourage you to take a moment to say thank you to a law enforcement officer and reflect on the selfless service that allows us to live the lives we do today.

On Monday, May 18, the Town of Pike Road team will implement plans to safely return to the office. As we transition to this phase, please note that Town Hall and our municipal facilities will remain closed to visitors. We encourage you to connect with our team via phone and email, and you can also find a variety of municipal resources on our website, pikeroad.us. If you have pressing business that requires an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We are working hard to ensure we continue to safely serve your municipal needs, and we appreciate your understanding and utilization of digital methods.

We remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions to stay aware of recommendations, needs and opportunities as this situation continues. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. As a reminder, we will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 15, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the updated statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on May 8. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through May 31, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. This also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through May 31. Events following May 31 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team will return to offices on May 18. Municipal services will continue to be accessible via phone and email. Appointments and meetings at Town Hall will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our team to learn how we can help serve you!

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

May 8, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.
May 8, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on April 28. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through May 15, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. This also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through May 15. Events following May 15 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • The curfew, announced on April 2, continues be in effect every night from 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. until further notice. Based on social distancing recommendations and local policies, the curfew limits public outings between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.

  • Contact Our Team: The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email.

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

“As we continue to follow Governor Ivey’s Safer at Home Order, we appreciate all you continue to do to be smart, safe, and confident in this phase of the COVID-19 challenge. Under the Safer at Home Order, we are thankful to see you continuing to support local businesses. We appreciate your responsible, positive attitudes and willingness to follow the guidelines. The generous, supportive spirit of the Pike Road community has given new meaning to “welcome home.” We are grateful and humbled to see the displays of neighborly care and acts of service from our citizens each day. What you are doing makes a difference.

This week, we had the opportunity to participate in two special celebrations: Teacher Appreciation Day and the National Day of Prayer. Every year, Teacher Appreciation Day is celebrated with a show of support for all the Pike Road Schools team does for our community. In this time of distance learning, the flexibility, resilience and excellence of our teachers continues to shine through as they adjust to safety precautions while meeting the needs of each student. We are honored to take a moment to say thank you for all you do.

 

Yesterday, to celebrate the National Day of Prayer, we were excited to share words of encouragement and positive messages from several members of our P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team. In communities like ours, we know that people often turn to their churches in difficult times. The P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team, or Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response Team, was formed as part of the ENHANCE Initiative to connect faith leaders from across Pike Road. It is their goal to help ensure we are able to support the physical and spiritual needs of our community in difficult times. We are so thankful for all that our churches continue to do to support the Pike Road community during this ongoing COVID-19 situation. From providing childcare support for healthcare workers to providing and delivering meals for our food-insecure neighbors, the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team makes a difference. Click here to view the video and learn more about the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team!

 

Thank you for your continued confidence in our community and our Town. We have seen a great response from each of you as you continue to connect with the Town of Pike Road team. As we continue to operate remotely, at least through May 15, we want to emphasize that our team is here to help. We are available via phone and email, and we are here to serve you. We encourage you to access the resources available on our website, pikeroad.us, and to continue to connect with us regarding your municipal needs.

 

To make sure that we are aware of all opportunities and any necessary action is being taken, we remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our Town. As a reminder, we will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.

We will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 1, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 1, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“As you know, Governor Kay Ivey issued a Safer at Home Order earlier this week, which is in effect through May 15. As we transition to the Safer at Home phase of the COVID-19 challenge, we encourage you to remember to be smart, be safe, and be confident. We want to say thank you for your willingness to follow the guidelines and requirements, which have allowed us to see progress in this ongoing situation. Also, thank you for your daily expressions of kindness and neighborly support that continue to build confidence in our community.


The Safer at Home Order provides a few updates, including the opening of retail businesses of all sizes, given that business owners implement occupational and social distancing precautions. According to the Safer at Home Order, the guidelines for restaurants, churches, and salons have not changed. However, we appreciate all you continue to do to support our local businesses, participate in serving our neighbors in need, and engaging in virtual worship and fellowship activities.
 

Note that the guidelines regarding social distancing and avoiding crowds have not changed. Therefore, the Town of Pike Road will continue to operate remotely through May 15. We want to emphasize that our team continues to be open for business. We are available via phone and email, and we are here to serve you. We encourage you to access the resources available on our website, pikeroad.us, and to continue to connect with us regarding your municipal needs. 
 

To make sure that we are aware of all opportunities and any necessary action is being taken, we remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our community. As a reminder, we will continue to monitor recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us.
 

We will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other. Together, we will come through this.
 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 1, 2020: Community Updates from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the statewide Safer at Home Order, issued on April 28. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Based on the Safer at Home Order and recommendations of social distancing, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through May 15, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. This also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through May 15. Events following May 15 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • Contact Our Team: The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email.

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the current Safer at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

April 24, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
April 24, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

“As we move forward through this COVID-19 challenge, we are humbled to see the many expressions of love that our citizens are showing to their neighbors. From supporting local businesses to writing messages in driveways with chalk, it is a testimony to the spirit of Pike Road. We continue to be amazed by our educators, health care providers, food system employees, essential service partners and first responders. Thank you for your dedication and commitment. Thank you all for following the guidelines of Governor Kay Ivey’s Stay at Home Order. As we move through the weeks ahead, we will keep you informed of any changes that may occur. We appreciate how our community continues to be smart, stay safe and show confidence.
 

This week, we want to share a reminder from our P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team, which is made up of faith leaders across our community. In this time of physical isolation, it is more important than ever to check on our neighbors, friends and family. We encourage you to give them a call, send them a text, or even mail them a note. A friendly voice or kind word is an easy way to bring joy to others. 
 

I am so proud of our Town of Pike Road team. They are continuing to perform the work that is important for our town and are making sure that we are serving our citizens. Even though the team is almost exclusively working from home, our emails, phone calls and mail services continue to be available. 
 

To make sure that we are aware of all opportunities and any necessary action is being taken, we remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions. Further, we are engaged with community leaders, schools, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our community. As a reminder, we will continue to follow recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Governor Ivey as it relates to COVID-19. We will share any updates on pikeroad.us. 


With prayer and faith as our guide, we will come through this together. 
 

Thank you and God Bless.”

April 24, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few reminders from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the current State Health Order, which was issued April 3, and includes a Stay-At-Home order. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Through April 30, 2020: Municipal Facilities Closed to the Public, Events Suspended

    • Based on recommendations of social distancing from the CDC and ADPH, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through April 30, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. Based on the Apr. 3 State Health Order, this also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

    • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through April 30. Events following April 30 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

    • Contact Our Team: The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email.

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

 

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the April 3, 2020 Stay at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

below:

 

April 17 2020: Gratitude & Encouragement from Mayor Stone
April 17, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.
April 17, 2020: Community Reminders from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few reminders from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the current State Health Order, which was issued April 3, and includes a Stay-At-Home order. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Through April 30, 2020: Municipal Facilities Closed to the Public, Events Suspended

    • Based on recommendations of social distancing from the CDC and ADPH, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through April 30, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. Based on the Apr. 3 State Health Order, this also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

    • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through April 30. Events following April 30 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

    • Contact Our Team: The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email.

  • Through May 31, 2020: Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow this link to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday: http://bit.ly/TPRenews

 

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Learn about virtual events and webinars from our ENHANCE initiative partners

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the April 3, 2020 Stay at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

below:

 

As we continue life in this time of the COVID-19 challenge, we are grateful for so many things. Our community continues to be smart, stay safe and show confidence. We appreciate you all following the guidelines of Governor Kay Ivey’s Stay at Home Order. Individuals, organizations and businesses continue to connect, serve, and support each other in innovative ways.

We want to thank you for being confident, and we are so appreciative for all the people who build our confidence every day. Through the dedication of our service providers and first responders, our healthcare workers, and the front-line workers, like those providing our food supply from our farmers to our grocery stores, our community continues to receive essential services without interruption. Our local churches continue to find ways for us to worship, and our educators, from our local schools to our universities, continue to make a difference in young peoples’ lives. We encourage you to continue to support our local businesses, connect virtually with friends and family, and participate in the Ribbons of Hope campaign – it is amazing to see bows on mailboxes and doors across the Town of Pike Road!

 

As a reminder, the 2020 Census is here! Every ten years, the census is used to distribute everything from congressional representation to federal funding for schools and healthcare, access to grants for community programming, and infrastructure projects across the nation. An accurate census count helps ensure our community and our state receive these resources, which help us grow in ways that support every Alabamian. The 2020 Census has 10 questions, and it takes about 6 minutes to complete, but it can affect $13 billion in funding for Alabama. If you have not already filled out your census, we encourage you to visit my2020census.gov and do so today.

 

Our team continues to operate almost exclusively from home, and our business continuity plan allows us to continue to serve our citizens. Our emails, phone calls and mail services continue to be available. We remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions, and we are engaged with community leaders, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet all the needs of our community. With prayer and faith as our guide, we will come through this together.

 

Thank you and God Bless.

April 10 2020: Updates & Encouragement from Mayor Stone & the Pike Road Town Council
April 10, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.
April 10, 2020: Community Update from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few reminders from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the current State Health Order, which was issued April 3, and includes a Stay-At-Home order. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Effective 10 p.m. April 2, 2020: On April 2, the Town of Pike Road and Montgomery County officials announced the start of a county-wide curfew. Based on social distancing recommendations and local policies, the curfew limits public outings between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The curfew will be in effect every night from 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. until further notice.

  • Effective April 3, 2020:

    • Based on recommendations of social distancing from the CDC and ADPH, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through April 30, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. Based on the Apr. 3 State Health Order, this also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

    • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through April 30. Events following April 30 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • Pike Road Schools Curbside Meals Program:

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

 

The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email. Please contact us to learn how our team can help you electronically: 334.272.9883 or info@pikeroad.us. Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Visit us at www.pikeroad.us to register for our weekly e-newsletter, and receive updates in your inbox each Friday.

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community evolve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Access guidance and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the April 3, 2020 Stay at Home Order

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

This week marks the first under Governor Kay Ivey’s Stay at Home Order. We are so grateful to see our community following these guidelines in an effort protect each other and show our appreciation for everyone on the front lines of this challenge. This week, our message is one of encouragement: This is a difficult time, but we will get through it together. 


Under the Stay at Home Order, our team is operating almost exclusively from home. We have implemented business continuity plans that allow us to continue to serve our citizens. Note that our emails, phone calls and mail services will continue to be available. We remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions, and we are engaged with community leaders, churches, and service organizations to ensure we continue to meet all the needs of our community. 


In this time of uncertainty, the Town of Pike Road is humbled to celebrate and show our appreciation for the front-line workers whose dedicated efforts continue to essential services. Hopefully, you have seen our signs around Town. Plus, we are taking in Governor Ivey’s Ribbons of Hope campaign, tying bows on our municipal buildings to symbolize hope, love and togetherness in the fight against COVID-19. This Holy Week, we encourage you to do the same – using whatever you have at home, tie a ribbon around a tree, light post, or mailbox in your yard! Essential workers from utility providers to first responders, grocery store teams to the transportation industry, and, of course, everyone in the healthcare profession, continue to work each day to ensure our basic needs are met, and we thank you all. Members of the Pike Road Town Council have also offered words of encouragement to our community, and we are excited to share those with you on our social media.


Thank you to our community for helping us express our love for Pike Road by completing the 2020 Census. This count helps us with our abilities to compete for grants, receive program funding, and do other things that are going to strengthen our community. If you have not already filled out your census, we encourage you to visit census.alabama.gov and do so today.
 

We also want to say thank you to those who are finding innovative ways to lead virtual worship opportunities in this Holy Week. It is a very special time for our family, and I know it is a special time for many of our citizens. We will continue to be prayerful for our community, for our friends and our family members, and we want to encourage you to do the same. We hope you have a safe and joyful Easter, and we hope you will continue be safe, be smart about what you do, and be confident that, together, we’ll come through this.

 

Pike Road is a special place, and, working together, we’ll continue to make it a great hometown. 
 

Thank you and God Bless,

Mayor Stone

April 3, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

This afternoon, Governor Kay Ivey announced a Stay at Home Order that is effective Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and extends through April 30, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. We recognize the serious consideration that goes into the decision to move forward with this order. Consequently, we understand the desire for all of us to comply and the fact that this order is enforceable by our law enforcement community. The specific details of the order are being defined by both the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama Attorney General's Office. However, it is clear that the order requires for us to stay at home unless the action that we are taking is defined as essential.

 

We will continue to operate at the Town of Pike Road; however, our employees will be operating almost exclusively from home. Emails, phone calls and mail services will continue to be available to our citizens, and our communications to citizens will also continue. We remain actively involved in all EMA, state and federal discussions as needed. All of the Town’s facilities that were closed until April 12 will now be closed until April 30. While respecting and adhering to the Stay at Home Order, we will continue to assist in maintaining as much normalcy as possible.

 

In the Town of Pike Road, we are fortunate and blessed that all of our service providers are prepared to continue operations. Our first responders will still be actively engaged in serving the community. Our Pike Road School System has a plan for virtual/distance operations, and our churches are continuing to serve the community through virtual means. Local businesses will continue to serve, and we are encouraged to find creative ways to support them.

 

The primary purpose of this serious action is to address the issues of health. Keeping each of us, our families, friends and other people in our lives as healthy as possible is the main idea. We ask each and every resident of the Town of Pike Road to recognize the seriousness of the action. The order reinforces the responsibility for all of us to be smart (Trust updates and information from the CDC and ADPH), be safe (Stay at Home, practice social distancing and good hygiene) and be confident (As we walk this path in prayer and faith, we will find strength and support to overcome the challenge.).

 

As this challenge continues to evolve, we are reminded of the foundations our hometown community was built on: A hospitable community that cares for its neighbors and embodies the “Welcome Home” spirit. Today, we ask you to continue to follow social distancing guidelines, but also to continue to encourage each other in the innovative ways you have shown throughout this difficult time. Pray for each other, support each other, and protect each other.

The Town of Pike Road has strong, resilient people and by working together we will continue to be a special Hometown!

 

Thank you and God Bless,

Mayor Stone

April 3, 2020: Community Update from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

Pike Road, ALA – Please see a few updates from the Town of Pike Road regarding community activities and municipal facilities intended to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, and protect our community. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and the current State Health Order, which was issued April 3, and includes a Stay-At-Home order. The Town of Pike Road’s top priority continues to be safely serving the people of Pike Road, and we want to emphasize that we are in this together: Each of us has a personal responsibility to be smart and keep our community safe!

  • Effective 10 p.m. April 2, 2020: On April 2, the Town of Pike Road and Montgomery County officials announced the start of a county-wide curfew. Based on social distancing recommendations and local policies, the curfew limits public outings between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The curfew will be in effect every night from 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. until further notice.

  • Effective April 3, 2020:

    • Based on recommendations of social distancing from the CDC and ADPH, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will continue to be closed to public access through April 30, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot. Based on the Apr. 3 State Health Order, this also includes the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park and the Rolling Hills playground.

    • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through April 30. Events following April 30 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations.

  • Pike Road Schools Updates:

    • Pike Road Schools will begin distance learning on Monday, April 6. To access school plans and contact information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

    • The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd). For more information, visit www.pikeroadschools.org.

 

The Town of Pike Road’s facilities are closed to public access, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email. Please contact us to learn how our team can help you electronically: 334.272.9883 or info@pikeroad.us. Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. This is a continuously developing situation, and the Town of Pike Road is in constant communication with county and state partners to ensure we are doing all we can to serve our citizens and slow the spread of COVID-19. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Visit us at www.pikeroad.us to register for our weekly e-newsletter to receive updates in your inbox each Friday.

 

We want to reiterate that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community involve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

Questions about the Stay at Home Order? Follow the links below for FAQs released by ADPH.

April 3, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone and Superintendent Dr. Ledbetter
April 3, 2020: Pike Road Schools' Curbside Meal Program Pickup Update
Click here to view this update as a PDF.

In an effort to support our local community through this school closure, the Pike Road Schools Child Nutrition Program will continue to offer free meals to students who need them. The Pike Road Schools’ curbside meal pickup program has changed to a weekly pickup event. Each Wednesday from 10 – 11 a.m., seven (7) days’ worth of meals are available to local youth 18 years and under at Pike Road Middle School (4710 Pike Rd).

Serving Dates:
Every Wednesday through the end of May

 

Pick Up Times
10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. 

Meal Pick Up Site:
Pike Road Middle School, the Historic Campus (4710 Pike Road)

For more information, contact PRS Child Nutrition Program manager Daron Bell: Daron.Bell@pikeroadschools.org or 334-420-5327.

April 2, 2020: Town of Pike Road, Montgomery County Announce Curfew
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TOWN OF PIKE ROAD, MONTGOMERY COUNTY ANNOUNCE CURFEW

County-wide Curfew Enhances Public Safety, Protects First Responders, and Provides Clarity Across Community

 

Pike Road, ALA – On Thursday, April 2, 2020, leadership from the Town of Pike Road, the Montgomery County Commission, and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office announced a curfew for citizens of both the Town of Pike Road and unincorporated Montgomery County. The curfew is intended as an additional measure to protect the community and stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Based on social distancing recommendations and local policies, the curfew limits public outings effective tonight, Apr. 2, beginning at 10 p.m. through 5 a.m. The curfew will be in effect every night from 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. until further notice.

“We are imposing this curfew not only to protect the citizens of Montgomery County, but also to protect our first responders who continue to serve and protect our community each day,” said Elton Dean, Montgomery County Commission Chairman.

“Out of appreciation for our first responders and our law enforcement officials throughout Montgomery County, we want to work together and provide continuity to citizens across the County,” said Gordon Stone, Mayor of the Town of Pike Road. “Further, it gives clarity to citizens across Montgomery County to help reinforce the importance of social distancing. This is an opportunity to promote and encourage the self-discipline and behavior that brings about the quickest end to this ongoing challenge.”

“This is something that we would like families to discuss with their children, to make sure they understand this curfew and abide by the rules that we are putting out,” said Derrick Cunningham, Montgomery County Sheriff. “We hope that everyone will follow these rules.”

March 30, 2020: A Letter from Pike Road Schools Superintendent Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
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Dear PRS family,


As you all are aware, Governor Kay Ivey and State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey announced on March 26th that our schools would not physically reopen for students until after June 5th. However, instruction of students may begin again via
distance learning beginning April 6th. This means no in person instruction or services of any kind, be they academics, arts, athletics, clubs, or any other co-curricular activity. It is the highest priority to quell the spread of COVID-19 through reducing interactions that could allow the virus to spread.


Although Pike Road educators are deeply saddened to not be able to spend time together with their classes, they have been working to make sure that the education of our students does not suffer. You will be receiving the Academic Continuity Plan for
your school/schools this afternoon. In it you will find details of how we are going to move forward with teaching and learning for the rest of the year. I ask all to work together in a spirit of patience and perseverance as we refine the process through experience.


Our goal in Pike Road Schools is not to simply do a patch for missed learning, but to truly make the learning opportunities for our students effective and to help them continue on their educational paths. No one is better poised to accomplish this goal than Pike Road Schools! We have been through five years of productive struggle to build a great school system. Our educators are committed to doing what is best to help students learn, and they have demonstrated their flexibility and their resolve repeatedly.


I am confident we will continue our students learning through this time unabated. It is important for our schools, our community, and our senior students that we celebrate our first senior class. Therefore, we are setting a date to have a graduation ceremony
for the Pike Road High School Class of 2020 on June 6th at 9:00 am at the stadium. We will monitor the situation leading up to that date and make plans accordingly. 

 

Finally, thanks to each of you for being part of our family! We will work together through this crisis, we will learn valuable lessons as we do so that will help us grow and improve, and we will come out on the other side of this stronger for having gone through
it. Our mission to think, innovate, and create has never been more appropriate.


We have been teaching to prepare our students for an unknown future all along. Let's employ our critical thinking skills to solve this real world problem and use this as a grand learning opportunity!


Sincerely,


Dr. Charles Ledbetter
Superintendent, Pike Road Schools

March 27, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
March 27, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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The Town of Pike Road continues to encourage our citizens to be safe, be smart, and be confident in the face of the evolving COVID-19 challenge, and we want to say “thank you” to our citizens for all you are doing to protect and encourage the community. It gives us great joy to continue to see you engaging with each other in meaningful ways while practicing social distancing. Your decisions to pray with your neighbors at the end of your driveways, write kind messages in chalk to thank our service providers, and support our local businesses allow the warm hospitality of our community to shine through in this difficult time.

 

The COVID-19 situation presents a variety of challenges, and we are thankful for the hard work of our service partners, emergency responders, churches, and Pike Road Schools team, as well as the City of Montgomery, Montgomery County, and the Montgomery County EMA, as they collaborate and innovate to meet the needs of citizens. We encourage you to continue to support our local businesses, who are also facing operational changes due to the current circumstances. Our team is in constant communication with each of these partners, and we have updated our website to connect you with our local dining options, our utility and service partners, P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team resources, and more.

 

We want to remind you that, although Town Hall is closed to public access, our team is just a phone call or email away. Please give us a call to learn how we can help with your municipal service needs. We are dedicated to doing everything we can to make sure the Town of Pike Road continues to be the special hometown we love, even in these difficult times.

 

Thanks and God Bless,

Mayor Stone

March 27, 2020: Community Update from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
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On Friday, March 27, Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health issued a State Health Order with new guidelines and regulations to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in Alabama. These policies reflect the importance of social distancing and include the closure of non-essential businesses, venues and activities, and prohibit non-work-related gatherings involving 10 or more people through April 17, 2020. 

The State Health Order also includes the closure of public playground equipment and athletic activities that require close personal interactions and shared sports equipment. Effective March 28, 2020 at 5 p.m., the Community Ball Field and playground at Veterans Park (4902 Pike Rd), as well as the Rolling Hills playground (off Trotman Rd) will be closed to the public. At this time, Town of Pike Road facilities remain closed to the public, but our team and municipal services are accessible via phone and email. Please contact us to learn how our team can help you electronically: 334.272.9883 or info@pikeroad.us.

 

Any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Visit us at www.pikeroad.us to register for our weekly e-newsletter to receive updates in your inbox each Friday.

 

Based on the recommendations and policies set forth by the Alabama State Department of Education and ADPH, Pike Road Schools has advised that they are in communication with parents and students regarding plans for remote instruction and e-learning. The Pike Road Schools Child Nutrition Program is also providing free, curbside meal pick-up for youth 18 years and under on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the extended school closure. Please click here to learn more about Pike Road Schools’ operations.

 

This is a continuously developing situation, and the Town of Pike Road is in constant communication with county and state partners to ensure we are doing all we can to serve our citizens and slow the spread of COVID-19. We are also working with our emergency and service partners, who are dedicated to providing their vital services, even in this difficult time. We encourage you to be smart, be safe, and be confident in this time of uncertainty, and we want to emphasize that we are here to help. Our team continues to add resources to our website, www.pikeroad.us, as the needs of our community involve. Visit us online to learn how you can:

  • Support local businesses finding innovative ways to safely serve our community

  • Access updates from our service and utility providers

  • Connect with faith-based community resources from the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response)

  • Safely help fill the need of life-saving blood donations during the COVID-19 challenge

 

As the COVID-19 challenge continues in our community and beyond, we encourage you to personally review information provided by trustworthy organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

March 26, 2020: A Letter from Pike Road Schools Superintendent Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
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PRS family,
 

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and Alabama State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey just concluded a press conference where they announced that schools in Alabama will not physically open for the rest of the school year. We will be allowed to begin E-learning via internet access on April 6th. Our educators have been planning for this for two weeks.
 

There will be a web meeting for Alabama school superintendents with Dr. Mackey on Friday morning March 27th where we will hear more details about what we will be allowed to do. The Pike Road Schools leadership team will be meeting after the webinar to finalize the plans we have been working on.
 

Pike Road Schools will communicate our plans for e-learning on Monday, March 30th. PRS is committed to the success of every child at Pike Road Schools and meeting the diverse needs of all of our learners. We are focused on eliminating gaps in learning that could occur due to this unique situation. The PRS team looks forward to working together to help our students complete
this school year.

 

Pike Road Schools has long awaited graduating its first senior class. This pandemic has thrown us a curve, but be assured we are planning ways to not only get all of our seniors graduated, but also to celebrate their accomplishments as the first seniors of Pike Road City Schools.
 

Thank you for your continued support of Pike Road Schools! Never has there been a time more appropriate for our motto to be implemented: "Think, Innovate, Create".
 

May God bless you and Pike Road Schools through all of this.
 

Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
Superintendent, Pike Road Schools

March 24, 2020: Municipal Facilities & Recycling Reminder

We are excited about the enthusiastic interest our community continues to show regarding recycling in the Town of Pike Road. Out of an abundance of caution for the health of both potential users of the recycling facility and the employees who are responsible for maintaining it, the Town of Pike Road’s Recycling Depot is included in the current municipal facility closures. The Town of Pike Road’s current policy, announced on March 18, 2020, effectively restricts public access to municipal facilities through April 12, and our team continues to work closely with local, county and state partners to evaluate closures following Apr. 12. We understand the inconvenience this policy creates for our citizens, and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to combat the spread of COVID-19 together.

March 23, 2020: A Letter from Pike Road Schools Superintendent Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
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Dear PRS family,


Welcome back from Spring Break, even though we are not physically back in the classroom. Currently all preK-12 schools in Alabama are closed until April 6th. Closed means we cannot provide instruction that is for credit. Following Governor Kay Ivey’s State of Emergency order to close schools for an extended period, our leadership team began preparing for a number of
contingencies.


Our educators have been preparing and planning for this possibility for over two weeks. We will be offering enrichment learning activities as allowed by the Alabama State Department of Education so that learning does not stop. The learning gap caused by this worldwide health emergency is small for Pike Road Schools. We are uniquely poised to help our learners through electronic, on-line medium and can engage them in learning the standards appropriate to their grade level.


You will be hearing from your respective schools right away to verify that you have internet access at home. We will help facilitate temporary internet access to anyone who doesn't have access during the school facility shutdown period. Our plans are in place to move forward with e-learning for credit should the state allow it during the shutdown. We will send you more information about those plans as soon as we have the approval from the Alabama State Department of Education.


To assist learners and lead learners while working from home our Information Technology (IT) department will be providing support services via help desk tickets. Should you have needs, please contact itsupport@pikeroadschools.org and put in a request for help. They will get back to you with help in a timely fashion. The IT department will be working on help issues Monday-Fridays from 10 am until 2 pm. The remainder of their time will be spent troubleshooting issues and supporting our lead learners as they transition their class to an online format.


The Pike Road School System is committed to keeping our community safe, getting our seniors graduated, and helping all of our students to continue to learn and progress so that their learning is not interrupted by this world health crisis. I pray that you all are healthy and handling the changes this crisis has brought about. Thank you in advance for working with us as we get all of this going and work the kinks out. If you need my assistance, please call me on my cell at 334-714-1679.
 

Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
Superintendent, Pike Road Schools

March 20, 2020: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
March 18, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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The Town of Pike Road is providing you with the below information relative to municipal operations during the developing COVID-19 challenge with the simple goal of keeping our residents informed on local issues. It has been, and continues to be, our plan to encourage smart, safe and confident responses as we continue to face this challenge together.

The Town of Pike Road is actively working with leaders in the public and private sectors across Montgomery County, including the City of Montgomery, the Montgomery County Commission, and the Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency. Through our work with the EMA, we have been fortunate to have regular updates from local health agencies and providers of care. Further, we have each issued a state of local emergency proclamation, so as to quickly access additional resources if needed.

We are in touch with all of our utility partners, first responders, and Pike Road Schools leadership. Each organization has developed a response plan and has engaged a regular dialogue. It is clear that each is committed to safety, meeting needs, and maintaining quality response levels. We are especially appreciative of their commitment to serve and care for both citizens and their employees.

We have a dedicated team at the Town of Pike Road. Each member has been actively engaged in designing a multiple level plan of response. The Town has a strategy for immediate implementation, which calls for limiting access to public facilities. We are asking all who desire to conduct business to utilize an online or phone-in approach. We have closed public facilities to external activities through April 12, and we will continue to evaluate the date as circumstances change. To stay abreast of any changes to operational procedures, please visit www.pikeroad.us. To access our digital resources, please click here.

In closing, I have a deep belief in the power of prayer. With the strength and blessing of God, we will continue to be diligent. We will also work to make the best possible information available to our citizens. Thank you to all who are engaged in a smart, safe, and confident manner. Please remember that the CDC and ADPH provide great guidance, and we encourage personal attention to the recommendations for social distancing and public gatherings. We appreciate each of you. The Town of Pike Road is blessed to have a great future because of the people who make it such a special place to call home.

Thanks and God Bless,

Mayor Stone

March 18, 2020: Community Update from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
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Pike Road, ALA – Beginning on Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Town of Pike Road is implementing additional precautionary measures in response to the COVID-19 challenge. It is our top priority to serve the people of Pike Road and take care of the employees on our team. These actions, as part of our Business Continuity Plan, will allow us to continue to provide safe access to municipal services and help our community to be smart, safe, and confident as we continue to face this ongoing situation together.

Effective Thursday, March 19:

  • Based on recommendations of social distancing from the CDC and ADPH, Town Hall and all municipal facilities will be closed to public access effective March 19, 2020 and through April 12, 2020. This policy applies to locations such as Founders Station, the Pike Road Arts Center, Natural Trail Trailhead Facilities, and the Recycling Depot.

  • The Town of Pike Road has extended the suspension of events at municipal facilities through April 12. Events following April 12 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

  • On March 25, Pike Road Schools will begin providing curbside meal pickup to youth 18 years and younger throughout the extended school closure. Meals will be available for curbside pickup only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Curbside meal pick up will begin on Wednesday, March 25th. Click here to learn more.

 

We want to emphasize that our team will still be available via phone and email to help you with municipal services. We have added additional resources to our website to aid our citizens and businesses. At this time of year, business licenses and inspection requests make up a large portion of Town Hall traffic. Please contact us to learn how our team can help you through these processes electronically: 334.272.9883 or info@pikeroad.us.

We encourage you to personally review information provided by organizations with recommendations from experts, such as the continuously updated pages available below:

 

Please click here to access the Town of Pike Road's online resources, including Business License Applications & Renewals, Building Permit Applications, and more. 

Updated March 18, 2020: Pike Road Schools to Provide Curbside Meal Pick-Up Beginning March 25
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In an effort to support our local community through this school closure, the Pike Road Schools Child Nutrition Program will offer free meals to students who need them. Meals will be available for curbside pickup only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Curbside meal pick up will begin on Wednesday, March 25th. No paperwork required.


During this time, we will offer a limited selection sack lunches and breakfasts that are ready to eat. Children 18 and under who use this service will be provided two breakfast and two lunches each day while supplies last. It is VERY important that you refrigerate any milk, sandwiches or lunchables that are not eaten immediately. Cold foods will spoil and make you sick.


Please note, out of an abundance of caution, we will not be allowing students or families to enter the school during meal pickup times and meals must be consumed off site. 


Serving Dates:

  • Wednesday, March 25

  • Friday, March 27

  • Monday, March 30

  • Wednesday, April 1

  • Friday, April 3


Pick Up Times:
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Meal Pick Up Site:
Pike Road Middle School, the Historic Campus, located at 4710 Pike Road

 

If you have any questions, please email Pike Road Schools' Child Nutrition Program manager, Daron Bell, at Daron.Bell@pikeroadschools.org or call 420-5327. Please click here to learn more about Pike Road Schools’ operations.

March 13, 2020: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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The Town of Pike Road is encouraging our citizens to be smart, safe and confident as we approach the ongoing COVID-19 challenge. First, be smart and find reliable sources of accurate, science-based information. Utilize the CDC and ADPH websites. Second, be safe by following the recommended procedures for washing hands, social distancing, group interactions, and monitoring your personal symptoms. Third, be confident in the healthcare systems and medical expertise that is guiding our policy. We should practice preventative measures and carefully proceed with our daily functions.

 

Your hometown has great confidence in its partners. Our service providers have plans for uninterrupted service. Concerning our public facilities, we are implementing safety-first guidelines for operations during this time. We will continue to monitor and engage with all of the experts in healthcare, public service, and other key areas to make sure we are providing clarity on local issues. For now, please monitor our communications to stay informed. With prayer and diligence, we will work through these issues together.

Thanks and God Bless,

Mayor Stone

March 13, 2020: Community Update from the Town of Pike Road Regarding COVID-19
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The Town of Pike Road is in constant communication with county and state partners to monitor the novel (new) coronavirus (COVID-19) that is impacting many parts of the world, including the United States. We are also working with our emergency and service partners regarding their plans for continued operations. Our goal is to address citizens’ concerns and communicate the steps that are being taken to mitigate the risks to our citizens. We want to help our community to be smart, be safe, and be confident in their actions.

 

The Town of Pike Road team is committed to providing safe access to municipal services, and that begins at Town Hall. Based on the CDC’s recommendations of social distancing, we are limiting public access to the administrative areas of our facilities. We respectfully request that citizens limit their visits to Town Hall and handle municipal needs remotely. The Town of Pike Road will continue to function as normal, but our staff will be accessible primarily via phone and email. Contact information for our team is available at www.pikeroad.us/ourteam.

 

We will continue to respond with careful actions and cleaning to be sensitive to the concerns of citizens with appointments. At this time of year, business licenses and inspection requests make up a large portion of Town Hall traffic. Please contact us to learn how our team can help you through these processes electronically: 334.272.9883 or info@pikeroad.us.

In the interest of erring on the side of caution, the Town of Pike Road is suspending all events at municipal facilities, including Town Hall (9575 Vaughn Rd), Founders Station (4902 Pike Rd), and the Pike Road Arts Center (944 Wallahatchie Rd), effective immediately through March 30. Events following March 30 are being evaluated, and any changes or updates to this policy will be based primarily on CDC and ADPH recommendations. Citizens will be notified via our e-newsletter and normal communications methods, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

The Town of Pike Road is in continuous contact with our emergency and utility service providers, who have plans in place to maintain continuity of service. In addition, Pike Road Schools has advised that they will make operational decisions based on the recommendations of the Alabama State Department of Education and ADPH. Please click here to learn more about Pike Road Schools’ operations.

 

We seek to provide helpful and relevant information. We will provide you with new information as it comes available. We encourage you to personally review information provided by organizations with recommendations from experts, including the highlighted tips below from the CDC:

How can I help protect myself?

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand-sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available. We can’t stress this enough: Please make sure to frequently wash your hands.

Call your Doctor if you have:

  • Fever of 101.5 or higher

  • Unrelenting cough

  • Shortness of breath

March 13, 2020: Joint Media Briefing from the Montgomery EMA, Town of Pike Road, Montgomery County Commission, and City of Montgomery

On March 13, 2020, the Montgomery City/County EMA hosted a media briefing outlining community readiness and preparations for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.  Montgomery County Commission Vice-Chairwoman Ronda Walker, City of Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed, and Town of Pike Road Mayor Gordon Stone made remarks, and representatives from public health and safety agencies were also be in attendance. Video of the briefing is available through each of the links below.

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March 13, 2020: A Letter from Pike Road Schools Superintendent, Dr. Chuck Ledbetter
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Pike Road Schools family,


We are going through an unprecedented time now as the world responds to the threat of a new, highly contagious infectious disease, COVID-19, or Coronavirus. The health and welfare of our students, employees, and community are our highest priority, and we are making decisions accordingly. 

 

We are following the guidelines of the Center for Disease Control, the Alabama State Department of Education, and the Alabama Department of Public Health. We are communicating with them regularly and adjusting our plans according to their directives.


I am cancelling all school trips that are scheduled through the end of April. We will work vigorously to get deposits returned from vendors for field trips that have been paid in advance. We will continue to monitor events and make a determination about possible trips for the rest of this school year by early April.


We will continue to follow the directives of the Alabama High School Athletic Association concerning sports. Pike Road Schools teams will not attend any out of state sporting events until further notice. 


Spring break arrives at a good time for us as we have a few days next week to see how COVID-19 is spreading and to adjust to the reactions to it. Several states have closed schools, and by the end of next week we should know a lot more about Alabama’s response and how it will effect schools.


I hope that you have an enjoyable, safe spring break, take prudent precautions to prevent the spread of germs, and enjoy a respite from schoolwork. We appreciate your thoughts and prayers as we continue to adjust to this fluid situation.
 

Sincerely,


Chuck Ledbetter, Ed. D.
Superintendent

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Recent Releases from the Town of Pike Road

The Town of Pike Road is committed to communicating with citizens as we continue to work through the COVID-19 challenge together. Our latest updates and releases are available by clicking the links below.

 
State Health Orders and State of Emergency Proclamations from Governor Kay Ivey & the Alabama Department of Public Health

The Town of Pike Road is committed to communicating with citizens as we continue to work through the COVID-19 challenge together. An archive of Governor Kay Ivey's State of Emergency Proclamations and Orders from the State Health Officer are available by clicking the links below. 

From Governor Kay Ivey: 

From the State Health Officer:

Click here to learn more or access Spanish versions of the documents listed above.

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