A message from the City of Laurel’s Inspection Department:

December 2, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

The Inspection Department is now implementing a review process for permits, zoning petitions and other applications. This procedure will allow the department to identify and address any potential issues and concerns regarding the application or project. Factors such as the nature of the proposed work, the project location (overlay district, flood zone, historic district, etc.),…Read More

Christmas Tree Arrives in Pinehurst Park

November 29, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

Sheee’s here!!! The Christmas tree for this week’s tree lighting ceremony arrived in Pinehurst Park early Monday morning and was installed by members of the city’s maintenance department. The tree lighting event will be held on Friday, December 3rd at 6 p.m. Afterwards, at 7:00 p.m., the annual Sertoma Christmas parade will begin at the…Read More

Laurel Rings the Bell for the Salvation Army

November 24, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

Laurel Mayor Johnny Magee along with City of Laurel employees took turns ringing the bell for The Salvation Army at their red kettle in front of Grocery Depot on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. The proceeds will go to help the Salvation Army provide services this Christmas.

November Proclaimed National American Indian Heritage Month

November 12, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

Laurel Mayor Johnny Magee signed a proclamation presented by the Nahoula Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to proclaim the month of November as National American Indian Heritage month. The proclamation reads as follows: Whereas, the history and culture of our great nation have been        significantly influenced by American Indians…Read More

Veteran’s Day City Schedule

November 10, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

Meet Your City Clerk: Mary Ann Hess

November 8, 2021 | by: Kat Romero

Laurel City Clerk Mary Ann Hess has always had a passion for public service and learning. As the daughter of a college professor, education is in her blood.  Her father was the physics teacher at Jones College for 33 years and her mother worked in the registrar’s office. “I grew up on campus, literally,” she…Read More