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This notice is to advise residents of maintenance/repair work planned for Sunday, August 19, 2018 from 7AM – 7PM on the city water system. This is most likely to affect residents and businesses north of Parker Drive and west of University Avenue (this includes the Windemere Subdivision.) It is possible the a precautionary boil-water alerts…Read More

Boil Water Notice – Low Water Pressure

UPDATE 12/23/17 @ 4:47 PM Boil Water Notice is lifted. *************************** UPDATE 12/21/17 @ 8:00PM The repair to this line has been completed. Valves will be turned back on and the tanks will begin to fill back up…within the next few hours. All customers that lost pressure are advised to boil their water on Friday…Read More

Celebrating Storytelling: Home Is Our Heritage

In July, 2017, community leaders in Laurel produced a series of photo documentaries around the theme “Home Is Our Heritage”, to mark the Mississippi Bicentennial. The workshop, called Celebrating Storytellers, is a statewide project to commemorate the Mississippi Bicentennial this year through photo stories created by residents across the state. Once created, the photo stories…Read More

100 Club donates thousands to first responders

Local civic organization, the One Hundred Club of Jones County presented an $18,500 check to Mayor Johnny Magee for the Laurel Police Department for a purchase of a K-9 dog and communication equipment. The 100 Club incoming president Jerry Gilbreath and past president Rand McLaughlin were on hand to present the checks to the mayor.…Read More

Holiday Update

Non-emergency municipal offices in Laurel will be closed December 24 & 25 in observance of Christmas.   The garbage pick-up schedule will be as follows: Monday, December 23 residential route will run as scheduled. Tuesday’s residential route will run on Thursday, December 26. Wednesday’s commercial route will run on Friday, December 27. To find periodic…Read More


LAUREL, MS– Officials of the City of Laurel are cautioning businesses and individuals not to place signs on rights-of-way. Posting signs, including temporary signs, promoting special events, charity fundraisers, and sales in the public rights-of-way is in violation of city ordinance. Signs that are found on rights-of-way will be removed by Laurel maintenance crews immediately…Read More