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WEEKLY NEWS AND INFO FROM THE CITY OF ANNISTON
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MARCH 28, 2017

Where It Goes, We Now Know!
Students from Anniston High School followed Anniston Civil Engineer Lance Armstrong on a downtown trek to learn about stormwater runoff. Here's what they learned...

NPS Passport Program

The National Park Service announces that The Passport To Your National Parks® program is now available in Anniston. Visitors to Anniston City Hall can have their passports stamped with the official Freedom Riders National Monument cancellation stamp. The Monument was designated earlier this year and includes historically significant Civil Rights sites in Anniston and Calhoun County. Learn more here...

Police Department Awarded Accreditation

The Anniston Police Department has been awarded accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), the international accrediting body for law enforcement. Anniston is now one of only twelve accredited law enforcement agencies in the State. For more information on this program and what it means to residents, visit CALEA.org.

Share the Road!

Over the next few weeks, drivers will begin to see more bicyclists on the roads as athletes from around the world begin training for upcoming local cycling events. Remember, people on bicycles have the same rights as people behind the wheel. Pass cyclists as you would any other vehicle—when it’s safe to move into an adjacent lane. For information on sharing the road visit nhtsa.gov.

SCHEDULES
ANNISTON CITY COUNCIL MEETS
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 5:30 PM
DOC CENTRAL
ZONE MAP
ORDINANCES
THINGS TO DO!
Traffic disruptions from cycling events on April 8 and 9 may occur. Please take note, and inform your neighbors! Learn more here...

Public Notice:
Last year's drought weakened area trees and shrubs. Public Works will soon begin removing dead trees throughout the City.

Kid-friendly ideas to cheer on the cyclist during the Alabama Cycling Classic!

The Makers Market

is looking for vendors (crafters and growers). Please email if interested. Visit facebook for details!
Volunteers make the world go 'round! Link here for ways you can volunteer in Anniston.
SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, May 13, 2017, downtown Anniston.
Block party and celebration of the designation of Freedom Riders National Monument. Check back soon for details!
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P.O. Box 2168, Anniston, AL 36202
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