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Municipal Election 2020

Congratulations to the current Mayor and Council of the City of New Hope!  Municipal election qualifying has ended and all the members of the governing body are officially unopposed!  The new term will begin November 2020 and end 2024.    We currently have or have had several large projects underway such as:   a sewer treatment plant upgrade to increase the capacity, resurfacing of Ed Spears and sewer upgrade, splash pad built and many other projects that help to add to the quality of life for our residents.  We look forward to four more years of progress for our city!

Mayor Butch Taylor

Councilwoman Kay Manley – Police liaison

Councilman Roger Walling – Street Dept liaison

Councilman Ronald Schrimsher – Water Dept liaison

Councilman Billy Colburn – Civic liaison

Councilman Donnie Dowdy – Park liaison

Face Mask Required

Madison County Ordinance, requires that while inside New Hope City Hall you must wear a face mask.

Splash Pad

The Splash Pad is open and ready for summer fun!!!  For rental information regarding special events or tables, please call New Hope City Hall 256-723-2616.

Hours of operation are: Monday – Saturday 10am-5pm (Parties 5pm-7pm).    The splash Pad is CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS for maintenance.

Sundays 1pm-5pm (no parties)


Graduating Class of 2020

Mayor Butch Taylor, City Council and City Employees would like to recognize the Graduates of New Hope High School, Class of 2020. 

“Take pride in how far you’ve come and have faith in how far you can go”

Congratulations Seniors!!!!

City Hall Reopening Monday, May 4th at 8 am

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New Hope City Hall will open our normal hours beginning Monday, May 4th. (Monday thru Friday, 8am – 5 pm) There will be safeguards in place such as a limit on the number of people allowed inside at one time, social distancing, hand sanitizing and other precautions as deemed necessary to keep everyone safe. At this time we do NOT have any updates on the Madison County Vehicle Tag Satellite Office. Please contact the Madison County Courthouse for information relating to tags or vehicle registration at 256-532-3300.. You are encouraged to conduct as much business via phone or mail as possible as suggested by the new “Safer at home” order. If you have any questions call city hall at 256-723-2616.