The schedule for garbage pickup is each Tuesday and Wednesday. All trash should be bagged and placed near the curb for pickup.
If there is an issue with pickup, call the main number: 205-648-3211.
Street Issues and Concerns
To report potholes, missing road signs, or other issues, call 205-648-3211 and ask for the Street Superintendent.
The City of Dora has a premier city golf course, a driving range, ball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, slides swings, pavilions for picnics and family gatherings, as well as a lake.
The city procured the roadbed of the old railroad that once ran through the area, and turned it into a beautiful walking path.
A community center is perfect for reunions, business meetings, small concerts, and other community functions.
The center has a large room which is available for $150 for four hours and a smaller room is $100 for four hours. Security may be required for parties and other events at an additional charge of $100.
For more information, contact city hall at 205-648-3211.
The office of Dora Water & Gas is located in Midway Plaza (Dora Shopping Center) across the parking lot from First National Bank.
The address is:
10 MIDWAY PLZ
The phone number is (205) 648-6363 during regular hours.
After hours 205-648-3211.
To visit the Website for Dora Utilities, Click the link below:
Dora City Magistrate, LaWanda Bradley
The City of Dora Municipal Court is held on the first Tuesday of each month to set the trial dates.
The first Wednesday of each month is the day pleas are entered.
For questions regarding the Municipal Court, call 205-648-3211.
Dora Fire Departent - PHOTOS BEING UPDATED
Mayor Randy Stephens is a family man, born and raised in the Burnwell Community of Dora and graduated from Dora High School.
He and his wife Lisa have three children and three grandchildren. “I lived in a small community with friends and neighbors that were always there to share in the good times and to support one another in bad times,” he said. He worked underground in a coal mine for over 10 years, so he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty.
But after a layoff, he picked himself by the bootstraps and earned an Associates Degree from Bevill State Community College, a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He is now a Family Nurse Practitioner providing primary healthcare at a local clinic.
Mayor Stephens beams with pride when he talks about Dora and the future for the city. “Dora has a rich history as a booming mining and railroad town,” he said “From those humble beginnings, Dora has grown into a city full of potential.” “We’re in a great position with the future I-22 Corridor.”
Stephens points out that Dora is one of the ONLY municipalities of this size that owns and operates a successful golf course. “It’s a well-kept, challenging course that’s fun to play,” he said. Where else do golfers encounter deer, turkey, fox, rabbit, and other wildlife with playing 18 holes of golf? “Though the course is beautiful, the likelihood of close contact with nature makes the experience even more enjoyable.”
Dora also has outstanding police and fire departments. “Even though our crime rate is low, our success in solving crime that does occur is among the highest in the state for a city of our size.”
While the fire department is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers, they are ready and willing to respond to any emergency at anytime of the day or night in all kinds of weather.
Mayor Stephens says that Dora is a great place to live and raise a family.
TO IMPROVE THE PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF DORA BY INVOLVING THE PUBLIC IN THE GOVERNMENTAL PROCESS, BY PROVIDING ACCURATE INFORMATION AND SERVICES IN A PROFESSIONAL, TIMELY MANNER AND BY MAKING INFORMED DECISIONS THAT WILL IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL OUR CITIZENS.