Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
The Town of Pike Road is pleased to provide the citizens with the best possible services:
Power - Within the expansive geographic territory of the Town of Pike Road, power is available through two partner service providers: Alabama Power and Dixie Electric. The town works closely with each partner provider to ensure efficiency and satisfactory service to our residents.
Natural Gas - Like our power providers, there are also two gas providers that service the Town of Pike Road: Spire Energy (formerly Alagasco) and Southeast Gas. Each partner gas provider works closely with the town to maximize efficiency and provide quality service to residents.
Water - Water is available throughout Pike Road through the Montgomery Water Works and Sewer Board, a private provider with lines in the township.
Sewer - Sewer services are provided by the Montgomery Water Works and Sewer Board and Adenus. Other providers may attempt to enter the Town of Pike Road, as there is ample opportunity for expansion. The current structure for expansion is based on the user covering the cost for the expansion of service.
Fire Department/EMA - The Town of Pike Road is pleased to be able to support three well-prepared and fully-equipped fire departments. These three volunteer fire departments are well-trained and equipped with the most current tools and technology. Each department maintains a competitive ISO safety rating, reducing residents’ insurance costs. Moreover, the Town is served by a 24-hour emergency medical response including ambulance service. The Town of Pike Road provides 5 mills of property tax to support fire and rescue efforts in our community. The three volunteer fire departments that service the Town of Pike Road are: Pike Road Volunteer Fire Department, Rolling Hills Lakes Volunteer Fire Department and Waugh/Mt. Meigs Fire Department.
Road Maintenance - As the Town of Pike Road continues to grow, the need to service the roads that connect our community also grows. This task falls on state, county and municipal providers. At the municipal level, most maintenance and upkeep is related to new neighborhoods and other development, but eventually the streets will be designated as municipal. To prepare and provide for these needs, the Town contracts with a private provider and engages a municipal engineer. In addition, the Town partnered with qualified traffic engineers to develop a comprehensive traffic plan.
Law Enforcement - The Town of Pike Road works through a partnership with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office to provide law enforcement. From regular traffic patrols to investigation service, the Sheriff’s Office has excellent coverage, great response time and a successful track record. The MCSO also provides training for citizens and assists in establishing neighborhood watch programs.
Sanitation - The work of the Town of Pike Road’s partner in sanitation services, AmWaste, is comparable in scope to most municipal offerings in Alabama. AmWaste provides weekly garbage collection and yard waste pickup. They offer state-of-the-art equipment and local customer service. This partnership reduces overall cost by eliminating the need for the Town to own and maintain pickup equipment.
Entertainment & Communications - Across the Town of Pike Road, several entertainment and communication service providers offer phone, internet, and television options. AT&T, and Charter, and WOW (formerly Knology), and Troy Cable are available to residents depending on location.
Recycling - Thanks to a grant from the Alabama Recycling Fund and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, the Town of Pike Road provides recycling receptacles for citizen use. Located at 450 Pike Road, these recycling trailers accept Plastics #1 & #2, Paper, Aluminum and Cardboard. Please click here for Recycling Depot hours. To help the Town continue this service, please refrain from placing garbage in the receptacles, and do not leave any waste on the ground around the receptacles.
Planning & Building
The Town of Pike Road's mission statement is Maintaining Our Character While Planning for Progress. Through careful planning and citizen input, Town leadership is dedicated to sustainable growth that strengthens our entire community. Our currently adopted planning regulations are available to the public through the links below.
*Please note: the Town of Pike Road Police Jurisdiction extends 1.5 miles outside the municipal limits.
For more information about planning in the Town of Pike Road, or to submit planning and development documents, please click the red button below. You can also contact our Planning Director, Jonathan Smith, by emailing email@example.com or calling 334.272.9883.
Business & Licensing
Doing Business in the Town of Pike Road
The Town of Pike Road welcomes inquiries and interest from businesses of all sizes. Please see below the basics for licensing and tax compliance, and give us a call at 334.272.9883 or visit Town Hall to connect about opportunities, ideas, and further information. We look forward to working with you as we grow together!
Business License Information
Entities operating or doing any business within the corporate limits of the Town of Pike Road or its *Police Jurisdiction are required to maintain a current Town of Pike Road business license. Business licenses are renewed annually, and once you hold a license, a notice will be sent to your business each year to remind you to renew. To find out the cost of your license, visit Pike Road Town Hall at 9575 Vaughn Road or call (334) 272-9883. The application/renewal form and directions for completing it are available as PDFs through the links below.
*The Town of Pike Road Police Jurisdiction extends 1.5 miles beyond the corporate limits (municipal limits) of the Town of Pike Road. To view a map of the corporate limits, please click here.
For more information about business licenses in the Town of Pike Road, please contact Tosha Darnell by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 334.272.9883.
Sales Tax Information
Your business’s state, county and city sales, use, lodgings and rental taxes are all paid to and administered by the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR). These taxes can be calculated, reported and remitted online at www.revenue.alabama.gov. The website also contains a wealth of other tax-related information. ADOR has service centers throughout the state where representatives can assist you with specific questions. A list of these centers and their contact information can be found on the ADOR website.