"05/21/2019, Mayor Wayne Smith congratulating Hellas located at 146 Industrial Park Drive on the recent expansion of their Dadeville facility."
Friday, May 24th, several combined City and County Law Enforcement Agencies, Emergency Medical Teams, Tallapoosa County Emergency Mgmt Agency, as well as, Dadeville Schools, Dadeville Healthcare and Lake Martin Community Hospital held an active shooter training exercise. Media were also involved in participating in press conference coverage of the incident at City Hall.
The Mayor and Council recognize the 11/12 year-old Dixie Youth All-Star Baseball Team with a Proclamation declaring Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 to be the 2019 Alabama Dixie Youth Baseball Majors Division II State Champions Day. The City of Dadeville takes pride in extending a well-earned congratulations and recognition to the Coaches and Players for a job well-done in their participation and success this ball season.
Good Luck and safe travels to North Carolina to the Dixie Youth World Series, and stay 'FEARLESS"!
07/25/2019, Progress in downtown Dadeville! Due to due diligence of Mayor Wayne Smith, City Council and the Tallapoosa County Commissioners, construction began on July 25th, 2019 on the Courthouse Square Revitalization Project. The project should be completed by December.
09/26/2019 @ 1400 Retirement Ceremony at Dadeville City Hall
Thursday, September 26, 2019, Dadeville Police Chief David Barbour was honored with a retirement reception for his 26 years of service to the City of Dadeville and the Dadeville Police Department.
Thank you Chief, for your service. Job well done. Now go fishing!!
HAPPY RETIREMENT AND BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
Alabama Power Company Representative presented the 2019 GOOD ROOTS Grant Award of $1000 to the City of Dadeville Beautification Committee, Friday, October 25th, 2019 at City Hall. Congratulations to everyone involved in this extremely active community board and volunteers. Those present to receive the award was District 5 Councilperson Dick Harrelson, Elaine Balint, Jerry McGukin (Beautification Committee Chairperson), Patti Harris, Raphord Farrington, and Leigh and Kurt Pfitzner.
With heavy hearts the City of Dadeville mourns the loss of Councilperson H. A. "Dick" Harrelson. Mr. Harrelson passed away Thursday afternoon, December 12th, 2019. Mr. Harrelson was always about doing business for the city that he loved. He was elected as a council member to represent Distrct 5 in 2016, and during his tenure, he was instrumental in getting several new pieces of equipment for various city departments; he worked diligently to get a new roof and paint job done at city hall. And he did it all in the most efficient and economical way there was to save the city's taxpayer dollars. There was never a task too large that he did not go at it full speed ahead until it was finished. Mr. Harrelson was excited that the courthouse square project was finally coming to fruition and he was looking forward to the finished look. He came to city hall every day to check in, talk city business, or just to talk, and he would always leave us with a chuckle in our hearts. Mr. Harrelson will be missed by everyone who worked with and knew him; he was our strong hold; our mentor; his work ethic was contagious. Dadeville has lost a dear friend indeed and a great council member. Councilperson Harrelson not only represented District 5, but he represented the entire City of Dadeville. Thank you Mr. Dick.
Photo courtesy of: Gabrielle Jensen, Alex City Outlook.
On Wednesday, July 15th, 2020, four Dadeville Police Officers were promoted in recognition of their hard work and dedication to the department, and their public service to the citizens of Dadeville.
From left to right: SRO Corporal Peter Golden promoted to Sergeant, Officer MaKinley Robinson promoted to Corporal; Officer James Rodgers promoted to Investigator; and Officer Billy Stewart promoted to Corporal.
Congratulations to these Dadeville Police Officers. Thank you for your service.
Dadeville Kiwanis Club donated $250.00 to the Dadeville Public Library.
Pictured from left to right: Brenda Floyd, Jean Gravette, Shelley Macon, Library Director, Doug Reid, Lisa Woody, Peggy Bullard and Mayor Wayne Smith