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UPDATE 5/20/2020

The City of Luverne, like the rest of the country, is continuing to deal with the COVID-19 crisis. I want to thank all of the citizens of Luverne for how well they have dealt with this crisis. Due to our limited health care resources, it is important that we continue to use the practices recommended to prevent the spread of the virus. Please remember to keep social distance of 6 feet, wear a mask anytime you enter any public building and regularly wash your hands. While we have done very well, we are not across the finish line by any means, so we must continue to do what we can to protect each other from this illness.

All utility departments will be back to normal working hours starting 05/11/20.  This includes electric department, water department and street/sanitation department.  Garbage and debris pick up will be back on regular schedule.

City Hall will be opened to the public (limited to 2 customers at a time) starting 5/26/20. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8am-4:30 pm. Customers are asked to practice social distancing and wear some type of facial covering while inside the office. You can also use the drop box, mail payment, call the office, or pay online at

Luverne Public Library will open their doors starting 05/11/20 and limit the number of occupants at a time.  You are asked to wear some type of facial covering while visiting the library. Please call 334-335-5326 for more information about the library opening time and restrictions.

Turner Park has opened the walking trail only at this time.  The gate will be open for walking only daily 8 am-8 pm.  The playground and all other activities at the park are still suspended. The County Lake will remain open. 

While these are very difficult times, we can and will get through them. Thanks for your continued cooperation and patience.

-- Mayor Ed Beasley


"Friendliest city in the South!"

The Utilities Board of the City of Luverne owns, maintains and operates a water system consisting of three (3) wells, water transmission and distribution mains, one (1) water booster pumping station and three (3) water storage tanks. The water system currently supplies an average of 400,000 gallon of potable water per day to 1,240 residential, commercial and industrial customers in and contiguous to the City of Luverne.

The Board also maintains and operates a lagoon and hyacinth ditch wastewater system that serves the City of Luverne. The main system serves the central business district, the industrial park, and the surrounding residential development. Densely developed residential areas and the main business district is served by an independent sewer collection system which drains to pump stations. The wastewater is pumped to a point, and then by gravity flows to the lagoon treatment plant. The plant is designed for 0.80 million gallons per day.

Buddy Broadway

If you need to report a problem, please call (334) 335-3741 Monday-Friday from 8 am-4:30 pm; after hours and weekends call (334) 335-4485.

65 W. 6th Street
Luverne, AL 36049


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