The City of Winfield held the annual Tree City tree giveaway from on March 14 in front of the City Hall.The City of Winfield held the annual Tree City tree giveaway from on March 14 in front of the City Hall.
Citizens were able to get free seedlings of their favorite trees to plant on their property. This effort is a joint venture of the Tree City USA organization and the Arbor Day Foundation.
Below are some photos of mayor Price, Tre City members and citizens picking up their trees.
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The March 19, 2018 meeting of the Winfield City Council has been cancelled. The next regular meeting will be on April 2, 2018. That meeting will be held at the Pastime Civic Complex and will start at 5:00 p.m.
Chris H. Carothers is the 2017 Mule Day Honoree. He is the President and Chief Operations Officer at The Citizens Bank of Winfield. Chris has served as the President of the Chamber of Commerce since 2015.
Chris moved back to Winfield in 1998 after 5 years of working with AmSouth Bank in Birmingham. During his service with the Winfield Chamber, he has helped with flea market, parade line up, placement of porta-a johns, marking booth spaces, sign placement, and lining up volunteers to work Mule day. 2017 is his 19th year of assisting with Mule Day activities.
Chris is from Winfield and is a 1987 graduate of Winfield High School. He is married to Brandi Carothers and has 4 children; Nicholas, Elizabeth, Allie and Caroline.
Chris is also Chairman of Winfield Park and Recreation board, member of Alabama Bankers board, member of Winfield Board of Education and Chairman of finance committee at Winfield First Baptist Church.
Mayor Randy Price, along with the Winfield City Council approved a resolution honoring the many accomplishments of the WCHS Winter Guard group at the May 2nd City Council Meeting. The group excelled in many different competitions throughout the season and represented the school very well. The group is pictured above with the Mayor and Council members.
The City of Winfield offers automatic bank draft service for payment of garbage collection fees. To sign up for this service, download the Debit Authorization Form below, fill it out and return it to City Hall. Your garbage collection fees will be automatically deducted from your bank account each month.