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Rich in History and Tradition, the City of Eutaw was founded on January, 2nd, 1841. The city’s motto, and has been the “Gateway to the Black Belt” ever since!
2021 Annual Report and 2022 Fiscal Year Budget
Eutaw Police Department Presents: Join the Eutaw Police Department for the 2nd Annual #TeamEutaw Community Night! at the R.H. Young Community Center – 720 Greensboro
Mayor Johnson and Council celebrate the completion and approval of the 2021 Fiscal Year Audit. This was the first independent audit in over 10 years.
The City of Eutaw Water Department has launched their 2022 annual customer survey. Please take a few moments to let us know how we are doing and how we can continue to move things forward!
Annual CCR from the City of Eutaw Water Department Each year, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires
You are encouraged to attend all of our public meetings, to be involved in your local government, and to contribute your concerns and ideas. Public comments are welcome at the end of the meeting. Additionally, most meetings are streamed online or to Facebook live for convenience.
View our Meeting Information page to find out information about upcoming meetings, and general information about Council and Board meetings.
Upcoming community events. If you have a public event to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your event information.
The City of Eutaw is working to provide online services to make interaction with city government more effective and convenient. From appointments, to online payments we are working to provide you services to meet your needs. Please note, some of these links and resources are provided by other agencies and are listed for your convenience.
As the second African American Female Mayor for the City of Eutaw Alabama, I want to bring historic changes to keep Eutaw the Gateway to the Blackbelt and provide a Gateway to the future for all of Eutaw’s citizens. We will have an open and transparent government. My office is always open to assist citizens with their issues and to bring everyone together to make the very best of our community.
I encourage everyone to do their part and help be the change you want to see in your community.
Latasha Johnson, Mayor