Sunday, 23rd April 2017
City of Headland, Alabama
City of Headland, Alabama

Mayor’s Welcome

mayor-ray-marler

Mayor Ray Marler is in his second term at the city’s helm after serving a term on the city council. A native of the Elba area, he graduated from Zion Chapel High School and Troy State University. He works for the state agriculture department, and he and wife, Amy, have one son, Logan.

It’s a great time to be from Headland, Alabama. On behalf of the Headland City Council and the city’s residents, let me welcome you to this site and soon, we hope, to visit us.

Headland grew from the timberlands of southeast Alabama into a progressive community which combines the worth ethics of the past with the optimism of the future. It is a town populated by happy, friendly people who love life and their place in it.

The city council works hard to make life better for Headland’s residents and to bring industry which provides a higher standard of living. The council realizes, however, it is not the be-all and end-all of knowledge and is open to progressive thinking and alternate means of accomplishing goals. We value the opinions of new residents and invite their participation in city matters.

Headland’s location and climate offer a perfect backdrop for business and industry. If you’re seeking a site, please contact us for information. If you’re looking toward relocating, again, you’re invited to contact us. We would consider it a privilege to assist you.

Welcome to Headland. Hopefully you can stay for a while.

Mayor’s Welcome

It’s a great time to be from Headland, Alabama. On behalf of the Headland City Council and the city’s residents, let me welcome you to this site and soon, we hope, to visit us.

Headland grew from the timberlands of southeast Alabama into a progressive community which combines the worth ethics of the past with the optimism of the future. It is a town populated by happy, friendly people who love life and their place in it.

The city council works hard to make life better for Headland’s residents and to bring industry which provides a higher standard of living. The council realizes, however, it is not the be-all and end-all of knowledge and is open to progressive thinking and alternate means of accomplishing goals. We value the opinions of new residents and invite their participation in city matters.

Headland’s location and climate offer a perfect backdrop for business and industry. If you’re seeking a site, please contact us for information. If you’re looking toward relocating, again, you’re invited to contact us. We would consider it a privilege to assist you.

Welcome to Headland. Hopefully you can stay for a while.

Mayor Ray Marler

Mayor Ray Marler is in his second term at the city’s helm after serving a term on the city council. A native of the Elba area, he graduated from Zion Chapel High School and Troy State University. He works for the state agriculture department, and he and wife, Amy, have one son, Logan.

Upcoming Events

Tue May 02 @ 6:00PM -
City Council Meeting
Thu May 04 @ 1:00PM -
Headland Municipal Court
Tue May 09 @ 7:30AM -
Headland Chamber of Commerce
Tue May 16 @ 6:00PM -
City Council Meeting
Mon May 29 @12:00AM
Offices Closed - Memorial Day
Thu Jun 01 @ 1:00PM -
Headland Municipal Court
Tue Jun 06 @ 6:00PM -
City Council Meeting
Tue Jun 13 @ 7:30AM -
Headland Chamber of Commerce
Tue Jun 20 @ 6:00PM -
City Council Meeting

2017 Holiday Schedule

The offices for the City of Headland, Alabama will be closed for holidays in 2017 on the following dates:

January 1st - New Year’s Day

January 18th - Martin Luther King’s Birthday

March 25th - Good Friday

May 30th - Memorial Day

July 4th - Fourth of July

September 5th - Labor Day

November 11th - Veteran’s Day

November 24th & 25th - Thanksgiving Holidays

December 25th & 26th - Christmas