Public Hearing Notice Initial Hearing
The City of Laurel, Mississippi, is considering applying to the Mississippi Home Corporation for rehabilitation/reconstruction of homes. Mississippi Home Corporation through The State of Mississippi has projected an allocation of approximately $3,850,911 that will be made available to cities, towns, and counties, on a competitive basis to undertake eligible rehabilitation/reconstruction and other HOME Projects. The…Read More
City of Laurel Code Enforcement
The City of Laurel’s Inspection and Code Enforcement Department helps residents identify and correct City code violations which detract from the appearance of their homes, neighborhood and community. A clean, well-kept city increases property values and enhances community pride. Adherence to City ordinances ensures the public health, safety and welfare of all Laurel residents.…Read More
Notice To Agents
The City of Laurel, Mississippi will accept proposals for group health insurance, group life insurance, and other available products to benefit employees and the dependents. An information packet may be picked up from the Human Resources Office, Room 302, Laurel City Hall. The packets will be available beginning June 3, 2019 until June 28, 2019…Read More
Holiday Trash Collection
The City of Laurel Public Works will be closed on My 27, 2019 in observance of Memorial Day. The Monday garbage route will be run on Tuesday and the Tuesday garbage route will be run on Wednesday. We will resume our regular scheduled garbage route on Monday June 3, 2019.
Please be advised that Willow Drive (in its entirety) is currently closed due to a sewer line collapse Only homeowners are allowed to pass. Please avoid this area and or use extreme caution.
2019 Jones County Peace Officer Day
Mayor Johnny Magee, State Officials, Law Enforcement Officials and Honored Guest where on hand for Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week. The Lauren Rogers Museum of Arts hosted the event to Honor Peace Officers that have who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty. Former Laurel Police Chief Tyrone…Read More