Welcome back Wells Fargo!!!
We would like to welcome Wells Fargo back to the City of Center Point. Wells Fargo has reopened in a new location at 2424 Center Point Parkway. This location is directly across the street from the previous location which was destroyed in the January 2012 tornado that ripped through Center Point. The official reopening celebration was held on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Mayor Thomas Henderson and Mrs. Betty Henderson were in attendance and were presented with a beautiful mural of the City. Wells Fargo also presented Center Point Elementary with a $15,000 check. The reopening of Wells Fargo is a vital step in the recovery process that our City is making. We are pleased to welcome this financial institution back to our City. Please click on the links below to see highlights of the reopening.
Mayor Thomas Henderson has proclaimed the week of May 19 - 25, 2013 as Emergency Medical Services Week in the City of Center Point in recognition of the Center Point Fire District members. Click on the link below for a copy of this Proclamation.
Wreath Laying Ceremony
Monday, May 27, 2013
Reed Harvey Park
335 Polly Reed Road
Center Point, Alabama 35215
The Center Point Farmer's Market
The Farmer's Market returns to Reed Harvey Park beginning Thursday, June 6, 2013 @ 1:00pm. The Market will take place every Thursday at 1:00pm, through August 29, 2013, weather permitting.
Congratulations to the City of Center Point from the Mayor's Office.
Center Point ranked No. 9 out of 50 as one of the Best Overall Business-Friendly Cities in Alabama. This is a very positive ranking for the City of Center Point. Our City is growing rapidly and we have many opportunities in the future. Please click on the link below to view the analysis in full.
We would like to send a special congratulations to the following Center Point High School basketball players on recognition to the 5A All State Basketball Team.
You all did an outstanding job.
Girls 1st Team: Dominique Patrick
Girls 2nd Team: Gabrielle Holston
Boys Honorable Mention: Jeffrey Hodge
The Center Point Women's Preservation Society has many wonderful events planned for 2013. We cordially invite everyone to attend the many exciting events that we are presenting this year. Come out and enjoy yourself. Hope to see you there!! Click on the link below for a complete listing of all scheduled events.
Center Point residents can continue to pick up free mulch by appointment only. Please call the Center Point City Hall at 205-854-4460 to schedule an appointment.
Congratulations to JORDAN DAILEY on being crowned Miss Center Point 2013!
On Saturday, July 7, Jordan Dailey was crowned Miss Center Point 2013 from a field of 25 contestants. She is a cum laude graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She will be attending Washington And Lee School of Law, where she will be a candidate for a Juris Doctor. Her career ambition is to practice international law in the area of human rights advocacy. She is the 23-year-old daughter of Joey & Kelly Dailey of Trussville. She has competed at Miss Alabama twice and placed once in the Top 10 and once in the Top 5. To schedule Jordan for an appearance, please contact Tim Gann (Director, Miss Center Point Pageant) at 205-965-7297 or email@example.com.
MAYOR TOM HENDERSON WELCOMES YOU TO
A NEW CITY EMERGING FROM A HISTORIC COMMUNITY
As Mayor of the City of Center Point, Alabama, I am delighted to share with you all that our beautiful, thriving community has to offer it's residents and businesses. I invite you to visit us through this web site and the various links provided and then come and see for yourself why Center Point is such a great place to live, work, and play.
As the name implies, Center Point is strategically located in central Alabama between Interstate 59 and Birmingham to the south, Gardendale and Fultondale to the West, Trussville to the East, and Pinson and Clay to the North. This makes Center Point an ideal location for businesses and residents because of the close proximity to all the surrounding areas. We are 12 miles north of Birmingham and two and a half hours west of Atlanta. Highway 75 runs through town and we have easy access to several major interstates as well as an international airport, train, and bus service out of Birmingham. So, no matter where you need to go, you can get there from here. We invite you to visit us and see our thriving business district, our great schools, and our beautiful residential areas.
Center Point has a population of approximately 17,000 residents. A superb quality of life is why so many people choose to call Center Point "home." We are a small town with residents who have a strong sense of community and see this as a great place to raise their families. We have even caught the attention of network television producers who have filmed several shows here.
Once you visit us, you will see that Center Point is somewhere special. We invite you to build your dreams here..... a community of timeless opportunity.