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Nov 10

Commission sets Public Hearing for Noise


Notice is hereby given that the Lee County Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, December 13, 2021, at 5:00 p.m., in the Lee County Commission Chambers at the Lee County Courthouse located at 215 South Ninth Street, Opelika, Alabama, 36801, concerning the proposed Noise Ordinance of the Lee County Commission.  A copy of the proposed ordinance can be viewed by clicking here and can also be reviewed in person in the Lee County Commission Office.

The purpose of the public hearings will be for interested parties to make oral and/or written comments into the public hearing record.  Those wishing to make oral comments at the public hearings are also encouraged to submit those comments in writing.  All comments must address the subject of the public hearing or issues that have an impact on the County Commission’s ability to meet applicable laws, rules, and regulations affecting the final decision. 

Any person wishing to participate in this hearing who needs special accommodations should contact the Lee County Commission Office at (334) 737-3660 at least five working days prior to the hearing.

Attendance at the public hearing is not necessary to have comments included in the public hearing record.  Persons wishing to comment on the proposed noise ordinance in writing may do so by submitting their comments by mail no later than 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 to:

Bill English, Chairman
Mailing address: PO Box 666
Opelika, AL 36803-0666
(334) 737-3660


Oct 20

Commission Approves Redistricting Map

The Lee County Commission approved the proposed redistricting map and passed the redistricting resolution at its meeting on Nov. 22, 2021.

A copy of the Redistricting Resolution can be found HERE with the full legal description available HERE.

Interactive Version of Map

Apr 23

County Now Accepting ARPA Applications

The Lee County Commission is now accepting applications from county organizations for potential American Rescue Plan Act project funding. 

Please note that funding of any project is NOT guaranteed and will involve a multi-step process.  Completed application and all required documentation should be emailed to no later than Nov. 15.


Nov 10

Commissioners, Employees, Volunteers and Community
Clean Up Loachapoka Roadways
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County Commission Passes Resolution Opposing Quarries

The Lee County Commission passed a resolution at its meeting on Aug. 10, 2020 expressing its opposition to additional quarries attempting to locate within Lee County.   To read the full resolution please click here.