Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Called Numbers:

The following companies provide utility services to Pike Road residents. For more information on each of these service providers click here.


 Alabama Power Company

 (800) 245-2244

 Dixie Electric Cooperative

 (334) 288-1163


 Montgomery Water Works & Sanitary Sewer Board

 (334) 206-1600


 Adenus  888-423-3687


 Montgomery Water Works & Sanitary Sewer Board  (334) 206-1600

 Natural Gas

 Spire Energy (formerly Alagasco)

 (334) 263-2341

 Southeast Gas

 (800) 660-8683



 (334) 625-1700

 Entertainment & Communications

 AT&T  (844) 723-0252
 Charter  1 (833) 780-1880
 Troy Cable  1 (800) 735-9546
 WOW (formerly Knology)  1 (855) 496-9929

Who should I call in case of an emergency in Pike Road?
Pike Road police protection is provided by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. In case of emergency, the Sheriff’s Office can be reached by dialing 911. For non-emergency situations, call (334) 832-4980.

Pike Road enjoys great fire and accident protection provided by the Pike Road, Rolling Hills Lakes and Waugh/Mt.Meigs departments. In case of emergency, the fire stations can be reached by dialing 911. Non-emergency numbers are as follows:

Pike Road VFD

(334) 271-1048

Rolling Hills Lakes VFD

(334) 288-7344

Waugh / Mt Meigs VFD

(334) 215-1122

Frequently Asked Questions:

 Who manages animal control issues in the Town of Pike Road?

Animal control is performed by the Montgomery Humane Society. Their phone number is (334) 409-0622, ext. 208.

How do I register to vote or find my polling place in Pike Road?
Voter registration is handled by the Montgomery County Board of Registrars, located at 100 S. Lawrence St. in Montgomery. Contact their office by calling (334) 832-1215, or online by clicking here.

How can I be sure my home is zoned for the Pike Road school system?
Call Pike Road Town Hall at (334) 272-9883.

What is the sales tax in Pike Road?
The total sales tax in Pike Road is 8.75%, which is a combination of county and state taxes (6.5%) and local sales tax (2.25%).

How can I recycle in Pike Road?
Recycling is back in the Town of Pike Road thanks to a grant from the Alabama Recycling Fund and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management. We encourage all interested residents to utilize the recycling receptacles located at 450 Pike Road, which are open for use during the following hours:

Monday - Friday: 6:30 AM - 6 PM

Saturday: 8 AM - 12 PM

To help the Town to continue this service, please refrain from placing garbage in the receptacles, and do not leave any waste on the ground around the receptacles. Please be sure to break down any large cardboard or plastic items before discarding.

       Acceptable Items include:  

  • Plastics #1 & #2
  • Paper
  • Aluminum
  • Cardboard

 recycling trailer pic


Where is the Pike Road post office?
The Pike Road Post Office is located on Pike Road just north of the Vaughn Road intersection. The direct phone number for the Pike Road Post office is (334) 215-0098. The Post Office is open:
Monday-Friday 8:00am - 11:00am, 12:30pm - 4:00pm and on Saturday 8:00am - 10:00am
For information regarding your mail, contact the USPS by calling (800) 275-8777. (ASK-USPS)

Where is the Pike Road library?

The Pike Road branch library is located in the Pike Road Station complex near the corner of Vaughn and Pike Roads.  Visit their Facebook page here.

The hours for the library are as follows:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Closed for lunch noon - 1:00 p.m.)


9:00 a. m. - 1:00 p.m.

For more information, contact the library at (334) 244-8679.

How do I dispose of large trash or debris items?
The Montgomery County Commission and Sea Coast Disposal offer free trash drop-off sites throughout the county on the last Saturday of each month. Pike Road’s drop-off locations are Georgia Washington Junior High School and across from the County Feed Lot on Meriwether Road (near the intersection of Meriwether and Pike Roads). For details regarding acceptable and unacceptable drop-off items, click here, or contact the Montgomery County Commission Offices at (334) 832- 1210.