Contact Information

Lucedale City Hall
5126 Main Street
Lucedale, MS 39452

Phone: 601-947-2082
Fax: 601-947-4998

info@cityoflucedale.com

 

You are invited to attend the Official Oath of Office for the 2017-2021 Mayor Elect and Board of Alderman, Monday, July 3rd, 2017 at 6 P.M.

TUESDAYS FARMERS MARKET KICKS OFF TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2017 IN J&B FEEDS PARKING LOT (39 VIRGINIA STREET) STARTING AT 3 P.M. 

Every Saturday from sunrise -- until.   Located on Cox Street at the Courthouse Square.  

SECOND SATURDAY, JULY 8, 2017

DOWNTOWN LUCEDALE

KICKS-OFF AT 5 P.M.


We need your help! Please take a few minutes to complete this PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SURVEY FOR HAZARD MITIGATION PLANNING.

All Active Water Account Holders: Please remember to pick up your mosquito briquets.  One pack per account.   ** Must show ID ** 


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Government


Mayor
Doug Lee

Board of Aldermen
Carrie Moulds - Ward I
Lloyd Welford - Ward II
Jason Martin - Ward III
Payton Dudley - Ward IV
Louis Valentine - At Large

City Clerk
Kathy Johnson-Anderson                
 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CITY OF LUCEDALE WARD MAP

CLICK HERE TO SEE 2017 ELECTION MUNICIPAL ELECTION CALENDAR

 

The City of Lucedale has an outstanding government on the local level. It is made up of a Mayor and five Aldermen. Four Aldermen are elected from their perspective Wards and one is elected at large. The Mayor is also elected at large. Each of these offices are four-year concurrent terms. Lucedale is fortunate that its governing body exercises strong leadership qualities and believes that the dream for Lucedale should always be that of building a better tomorrow starts with the elected officials on the local level of government.

What makes the City of Lucedale with a population of 2,923 thrive while others its size seem to wither and become dependent on larger cities? It is credited to innovative leadership and citizens who have made it their home.


The City of Lucedale is fortunate to have excellent trained safety personnel in both the Police and Fire Department. Both operate 24 hours a day 365 days a year. The local Government is continually upgrading infrastructure as growth demands.

Mayoral Message

 

Lucedale is a friendly, caring, small city located in South Mississippi among the beautiful pine forests, cultivated fields, and numerous nurseries producing both seasonal and perennial plants. Lucedale was 100 years in 2001. 

Being neither young nor old is representative of our attitudes towards our people. We have a good school system for our young, as well as a caring attitude toward our elderly. We offer a good environment for all ages and this is borne out in the fact that there is a good mixture of young, middle age, and old in our community. Because of the recent influx of retirees, we are gearing up for those who are ending careers and ready to settle in a bedroom community. Race has never been an issue in our City. Lucedale’s many churches reflect its faith-oriented people. Lucedale is a small city, and its desire is to maintain this image. It is an excellent, family-oriented community. It has long been recognized as an excellent area to raise children. 

We are strategically located, being in the center of a triangle with Mobile on our east, Pascagoula to our south, and Hattiesburg to our west. We have three major highways transecting our city. Hunting, fishing, bird-watching, and water sports are all available in our area. The Gulf is located 45 minutes south of Lucedale. 

We have a strong Chamber of Commerce. Our present Industrial Parks are near overflowing. Recently, 1320 acres of private industrial property have been made available, more good jobs. 

The people of Lucedale take pride in their community and are willing to work together for others in their time of need. High goals are reached because citizens are willing to work together for the betterment of our community. 

 

New Ordinances

 

ORDINANCE 381: Curfew For Minors--Offenses, Defenses and Enforcement, Etc.

ORDINANCE 435: Regulating The Sale and Consumption of Light Wines And Beer Within The Corporate Boundaries Of The City Of Lucedale (Board Approved on February 5, 2016)

ORDINANCE 436: An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 435 Ordinance Regulating The Sale and Consumption of Light Wines And Beer Within The Corporate Boundaries Of The City Of Lucedale (Board Approved on March 10, 2016)

 

Information for Beer and Light Wine Applicants

Applications for Beer and Light Wine Permits will be accepted beginning, Monday, March 7, 2016 at City Hall, 5126 Main Street.

BEER AND LIGHT WINE PERMIT PROCEDURES

FINANCIAL REPORT FOR SALE OF BEER AND LIGHT WINE

BEER AND LIGHT WINE SWORN APPLICATION