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Alabama Tax Free Weekend 2018

Check out what’s Tax Free during the Alabama Back To School Tax Free Weekend 2018. This is information is unofficial and based on 2017 data.

Alabama Free Tax Weekend Back to School 2016Alabama Sales Tax Holiday 2017 for school-related items begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 20th, 2018, and ends at midnight Sunday July 22nd, 2018, giving shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies, computers, books and clothing free of the state’s four percent sales or use tax.

Cities and counties must notify the Alabama Department of Revenue by July 7th if they intend to also waive their taxes during the three-day tax holiday.

A record 291 localities added their tax savings to the statewide holiday in 2017: 233 municipalities and 58 counties. Alabama Free Tax Weekend Back to School 2018.

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“Covered items” means: Articles of clothing with a sales price of one
hundred dollars ($100), or less, per article of clothing. The exemption applies regardless
of how many items are sold on the same invoice to a customer. “Clothing” means all
human wearing apparel suitable for general use including sandals, shoes and
sneakers. Clothing shall not include the following listed items which are excluded from
the exemption:
(a) Belt buckles sold separately;
(b) Costume masks sold separately;
(c) Patches and emblems sold separately;
(d) Sewing equipment and supplies including, but not limited to, knitting
needles, patterns, pins, scissors, sewing machines, sewing needles, tape measures,
and thimbles;
(e) Sewing materials that become part of “clothing” including, but not limited
to, buttons, fabric, lace, thread, yarn, and zippers;
(f) In addition to (a) through (e) above, clothing shall not include clothing
accessories or equipment, protective equipment, or sport or recreational equipment, as
defined in 1., 2., and 3. below, and which are therefore taxable:

1. “Clothing accessories or equipment” means incidental items worn on the
person or in conjunction with “clothing.” The following list includes examples of “clothing
accessories or equipment” and is not intended to be an all-inclusive list:
(i) briefcases;
(ii) cosmetics;
(iii) hair notions, including, but not limited to, barrettes, hair bows, and hair
nets;
(iv) handbags;
(v) handkerchiefs;
(vi) jewelry;
(vii) sun glasses, non-prescription;
(viii) umbrellas;
(ix) wallets;
(x) watches; and
(xi) wigs and hair pieces.
2. “Protective equipment” means items for human wear and designed as
protection of the wearer against injury or disease or as protections against damage or
injury of other persons or property but not suitable for general use. The following list
includes examples of “protective equipment” and is not intended to be an all-inclusive
list:
(i) breathing masks;
(ii) clean room apparel and equipment;
(iii) ear and hearing protectors;
(iv) face shields;
(v) hard hats;
(vi) helmets;

(vii) paint or dust respirators;
(viii) protective gloves;
(ix) safety glasses and goggles;
(x) safety belts;
(xi) tool belts; and
(xii) welders gloves and masks.
3. “Sport or recreational equipment” means items designed for human use
and worn in conjunction with an athletic or recreational activity that are not suitable for
general use. The following list includes examples of “sport or recreational equipment”
and is not intended to be an all-inclusive list:
(i) ballet and tap shoes;
(ii) cleated or spiked athletic shoes;
(iii) gloves, including, but not limited to, baseball, bowling, boxing, hockey, and
golf; goggles;
(iv) hand and elbow guards;
(v) life preservers and vests;
(vi) mouth guards;
(vii) roller and ice skates;
(viii) shin guards;
(ix) shoulder pads;
(x) ski boots;
(xi) waders; and
(xii) wetsuits and fins.
(4) “Covered items” means: A single purchase, with a sales price of seven
hundred fifty dollars ($750), or less, of computers, computer software, and school

computer supplies. “Computer,” “computer software,” and “school computer supplies”
shall not include furniture and any systems, devices, software, peripherals designed or
intended primarily for recreational use, or video games of a non-educational nature.
These items are defined as follows:
(a) “Computer” means an electronic device that accepts information in digital
or similar form and manipulates it for a result based on a sequence of instructions also
known as a central processing unit (CPU). For purposes of the exemption during the
sales tax holiday, a computer may include a laptop, desktop, or tower computer system
which consists of a CPU, display monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers sold as a
computer package. The computer package will qualify for the exemption if the dollar
amount of the sale is at or below seven hundred fifty dollars ($750). However, display
monitors, keyboards, mouse devices, speakers and other computer parts or devices
designed for use in conjunction with a personal computer not sold as part of a package
will not qualify for the exemption.
(b) “Computer software” means a set of coded instructions designed to cause
a “computer” or automatic data processing equipment to perform a task.
(c) “School computer supply” means an item commonly used by a student in
a course of study in which a computer is used. The following is an all-inclusive list of
school computer supplies:
1. Computer storage media; diskettes, compact disks;
2. Handheld electronic schedulers, except devices that are cellular phones;
3. Personal digital assistants, except devices that are cellular phones;
4. Computer printers; and
5. Printer supplies for computers; printer paper, printer ink.
(5) “Covered items” means: Noncommercial purchases of school supplies,
school art supplies, and school instructional material, up to a sales price of fifty dollars
($50) per item. These items are defined as follows:
(a) “School supply” is an item commonly used by a student in a course of
study. The following is an all-inclusive list:

1. Binders;
2. Book bags;
3. Calculators;
4. Cellophane tape;
5. Blackboard chalk;
6. Compasses;
7. Composition books;
8. Crayons;
9. Erasers;
10. Folders, expandable, pocket, plastic, and manila;
11. Glue, paste, and paste sticks;
12. Highlighters;
13. Index cards;
14. Index card boxes;
15. Legal pads;
16. Lunch boxes;
17. Markers;
18. Notebooks;
19. Paper, loose leaf ruled notebook paper, copy paper, graph paper, tracing
paper, manila paper, colored paper, poster board, and construction paper;
20. Pencil boxes and other school supply boxes;
21. Pencil sharpeners;
22. Pencils;
23. Pens;
24. Protractors;
25. Rulers;
26. Scissors; and
27. Writing tablets.
(b) “School art supply” is an item commonly used by a student in a course of
study for artwork. The following is an all-inclusive list:
1. Clay and glazes;
2. Paints, acrylic, tempora, and oil;
3. Paintbrushes for artwork;
4. Sketch and drawing pads; and
5. Watercolors.
(c) “School instructional material” is written material commonly used by a
student in a course of study as a reference and to learn the subject being taught. The
following is an all inclusive list:
1. Reference maps and globes;
2. Required textbooks on an official school book list with a sales price of
more than thirty dollars ($30) and less than fifty dollars ($50).
(6) “Covered items” means: Noncommercial purchases of books with a sales
price of not more than thirty dollars ($30) per book. The term book shall mean a set of
printed sheets bound together and published in a volume with an ISBN number, but
does not include magazines, newspapers, periodicals, or any other document printed or
offered for sale in a non-bound form.
(7) Covered items are exempt only if the individual item is priced at or below
the established threshold for the exemption. Exemption for only a portion of an
individual item is not allowed. The following example illustrates the application of the
rule to the exemption:
(a) A customer purchases a pair of pants costing $120.00. Tax is due on the
entire $120.00. The exemption does not apply to the first $100.00 of the price of an
item of clothing selling for more than $100.00.
(8) Splitting of items normally sold together. To qualify for the exemption,
items normally sold in pairs shall not be separated, and articles that are normally sold
as a single unit must continue to be sold in that manner. The following examples
illustrate the application of the rule to the exemption:

(a) A pair of shoes sells for $200.00. The pair of shoes cannot be split in order
to sell each shoe for $100.00 to qualify for the exemption.
(b) A suit is normally priced at $300.00. The suit cannot be split into a coat
and slacks so that one of the articles may be sold for $100.00 or less to qualify for the
exemption. However, articles that are normally sold as separate articles, such as a sport
coat and slacks, may continue to be sold as separate articles and qualify for the
exemption.
(c) A packaged gift set consisting of a wallet (ineligible item) and tie (eligible
item) would not qualify for the exemption.
(9) “Buy one, get one free” and other similar offers. If a dealer offers “buy one,
get one free” or “two for the price of one” on covered items, the purchase shall qualify
for the exemption when all other conditions of the exemption are met. However, if a
dealer offers a “buy one, get one for a reduced price” the two prices cannot be averaged
to qualify both items for the exemption. The following examples illustrate the application
of the rule to the exemption:
(a) A dealer offers “buy one, get one free” on a pair of shoes. The first pair of
shoes has a sale price of $99.00 and the second pair is free. Both pairs of shoes will
qualify for the exemption because the first pair of shoes does not exceed the $100.00
exemption limitation.
(b) A coat is purchased for $120.00 and a second coat is purchased for half
price ($60.00) at the time the first coat is purchased. The second coat will qualify for the
exemption, but the tax will be due on the first coat. In this example, the sales price of
the items may not be averaged in order to qualify for the exemption.
(10) Discounts, coupons, and rebates. A discount by the seller reduces the
sales price of the item and the discounted sales price determines whether the sales
price is within the sales tax holiday price threshold. A coupon that reduces the sales
price is treated as a discount if the seller is not reimbursed for the coupon amount by a
third-party. If a discount applies to the total amount paid by a purchaser rather than to
the sales price of a particular item and the purchaser has purchased both eligible
property and taxable property, the seller should allocate the discount based on the total
sales prices of the taxable property compared to the total sales prices of all property
sold in that same transaction. The application of the exemption to discounts, coupons
and rebates extended on a covered item during the exemption period is illustrated by
the following examples:
(a) If a dealer sells a pair of jeans with a sales price of $110.00 and offers to
discount the item 10 percent at the time of sale, the exemption would apply because the
actual sales price of the jeans is $99.00.

(b) If a customer buys a $400.00 suit and a $55.00 shirt, and the retailer is
offering a 10 percent discount, after applying the 10 percent discount, the final sales
price of the suit is $360.00, and the sales price of the shirt is $49.50. The suit is taxable
(its price is over $100.00) and the shirt is exempt (its price is less than $100.00).
(c) If a dealer offers a reduction in sales price of $100.00 through a store
coupon for a computer with a sales price of $850.00, the exemption would apply to the
purchase because the dealer’s actual sales price to the customer is $750.00.
(d) If a customer gives to a dealer a manufacturer’s coupon for $100.00 for a
computer with a sales price of $850.00, the exemption would not apply.
(e) Rebates generally occur after the sale, thus the amount of the rebate does
not affect the sales price of the purchased item. For example, if a pair of jeans was
purchased for $110.00 with a manufacturer’s rebate for $10.00, the exemption would
not apply because the sales price is in excess of $100.00.
(11) Exchanges. The application of the exemption to an exchange of a covered
item purchased during the exemption period is illustrated by the following examples:
(a) A customer purchases a covered item during the exemption period, but
later exchanges the item for a different size, color, or other feature, and the original sale
is not cancelled. No additional tax is due even though the exchange is made after the
exemption period.
(b) A customer purchases a covered item during the exemption period. After
the exemption period has ended, the customer returns the item and receives credit on
the purchase of a different item and the original sale is cancelled. Sales tax is due on
the total sales price of the newly purchased item.
(c) A customer purchases a covered item before the exemption period.
During the exemption period the customer returns the item and receives credit on the
purchase of a different covered item and the original sale is cancelled. Sales tax is not
due on the sale of the new item if the new item is purchased during the exemption
period.
(12) Layaway sales. A layaway sale is a transaction in which articles are set
aside for future delivery to a purchaser who makes a deposit, agrees to pay the balance
of the sales price over a period of time, and, at the end of the payment period, receives
the merchandise. A sale of a covered item under a layaway sale will qualify for the
exemption when final payment on the layaway order is made by, and the item is given
to, the purchaser during the exemption period; or when title to the covered item
transfers to the purchaser and delivery is made to the purchaser during the exemption
period. A sale made by completion of transfer of title after the exemption period shall
not qualify for the exemption.

(13) Rain checks. A rain check allows a customer to purchase an item at a
certain price at a later time because the particular item was out of stock. Covered items
purchased during the exemption period with the use of a rain check will qualify for the
exemption regardless of when the rain check was issued. Issuance of a rain check
during the exemption period will not qualify a covered item for the exemption if the item
is actually purchased after the exemption period.
(14) Mail, telephone, e-mail, and Internet sales. The sale of a covered item
qualifies for exemption when sold through the mail, telephone, e-mail or Internet when
the item is paid for and delivered to the customer during the exemption period; or when
title to the covered item transfers to the purchaser and delivery is made to the purchaser
during the exemption period. Pursuant to Section 40-23-1(a)(5), the sale of an item is
not closed or completed until the time and place where delivery occurs to the purchaser
after the act of transportation ends and the item comes to rest in this state for use or
consumption. Covered items that are pre-ordered and delivered to the customer during
the exemption period qualify for the exemption.
(15) Gift certificates and gift cards. Covered items purchased during the
exemption period using a gift certificate or gift card will qualify for the exemption,
regardless of when the gift certificate or gift card was purchased. Covered items
purchased after the exemption period using a gift certificate or gift card are taxable even
if the gift certificate or gift card was purchased during the exemption period. A gift
certificate or gift card cannot be used to reduce the selling price of a covered item in
order for the item to qualify for the exemption.
(16) Returns. For a 60 day period immediately after the sales tax holiday
exemption period, when a customer returns an item that would qualify for the
exemption, no credit for or refund of sales tax shall be given unless the customer
provides a receipt or invoice that shows tax was paid, or the seller has sufficient
documentation to show that tax was paid on the specific item. This 60 day period is set
solely for the purpose of designating a time period during which the customer must
provide documentation that shows that sales tax was paid on returned merchandise.
The 60 day period is not intended to change a seller’s policy on the time period during
which the seller will accept returns.
(17) Different time zones. The time zone of the purchaser’s location
determines the authorized time period for a sales tax holiday when the purchaser is
located in one time zone and a seller is located in another.

(18) Records. The retailer is not required to obtain an exemption certificate on
sales of covered items during the exemption period. However, the retailer’s records
should clearly identify the type of item sold, the date on which the item was sold, the
sales price of all items and, if applicable, any tax charged.
(19) Reporting Exempt Sales. No special reporting procedures are necessary
to report exempt sales on covered items made during the exemption period. Exempt

sales are to be included in the Gross Sales Amount and in the Deductions amount
reported on the state and local returns. Taxable sales and exempt transactions should
be reported as currently required by law.
(20) Transportation Charges.
(a) Where delivery is made by common carrier or the U.S. Postal Service, the
transportation charge if billed as a separate item and paid directly or indirectly by the
purchaser, is excluded from the sales price of the covered item. Transportation charges
made by any other means are included as part of the sales price of the covered item,
whether or not separately stated. Transportation charges are not separately stated if
included with other charges and billed as “shipping and handling” or “postage and
handling.”
(b) “Shipping and handling” or “postage and handling” charges are included
as part of the sales price of the covered item, whether or not separately stated. If
multiple items are shipped on a single invoice, to determine if any covered items qualify
for the exemption for purposes of determining a sales tax holiday price threshold, the
shipping and handling charge or postage and handling charge must be proportionately
allocated to each item ordered, and separately identified on the invoice.

Listed below are the counties and municipalities that have notified the Department of their decision to participate or not participate in the Alabama “Back-to-School” Sales Tax Holiday.

Please note that some counties and municipalities may adopted the “Back-to-School” Sales Tax Holiday for the current year (2017) only and some localities have adopted the “Back-to-School” Sales Tax Holiday on a “limited” basis, whereby only a portion of the locality’s total sales and use tax levy is exempted. Localities that do not levy a sales tax are not listed.

LocalityLocality CodeDate Notification ReceivedParticipatingResolution
or Ordinance No.
Effective Period
Abbeville9356
Adamsville9130
Addison93094/25/17YesRes 2017-4172017
Akron9668
Alabaster94135/19/17YesOrd 170508-043Each Year
Albertville93976/6/17YesRes 1525-17Each Year
Alexander
City
93585/9/17YesOrd 2017-08Each Year
Aliceville9301
Allgood97095/9/17No
Altoona9709
Andalusia96314/21/17YesOrd 2017-032017
Anderson94796/7/17No
Anniston93115/15/17YesRes 17-R-382017
Arab94485/9/17YesOrd 2017-2Each Year
Ardmore96345/10/17YesRes 05-08-17Each Year
Argo97295/10/17YesRes 2017-04-012017
Ariton9602
Arley96425/2/17YesRes 2017-01Each Year
Ashford9342
Ashland93515/10/17YesRes 05-01-2017-012017
Ashville9325
Athens96645/1/17YesOrd 2017-20182017
Atmore9386
Attalla94065/23/17YesRes 5899(17)2017
Auburn93885/10/17YesOrd 30192017
Autauga
County
70015/23/17YesRes 2017-27Each Year
Autaugaville96796/1/17No
Bakerhill97524/10/17No
Baldwin
County
70025/25/17YesRes 2017-0862017
Banks91094/10/17No
Barbour
County
70035/10/17YesRes 2017-282017
Bay Minette93545/11/17YesRes 0417-032017
Bayou La
Batre
94394/17/17YesRes 2017-004Each Year
Bear Creek9643
Beatrice91105/11/17YesOrd 2017-004Each Year
Beaverton97564/19/17No
Belk9711
Berry93056/6/17YesRes 2017-02Each Year
Bessemer93366/7/17YesOrd 3559Each Year
Bibb County70045/15/17YesRes 2017-15Each Year
Birmingham9137
Black97485/16/17No
Blount
County
70055/10/17YesRes 2017-05-032017
Blountsville96365/2/17No
Blue
Springs
97314/13/17No
Boaz93845/19/17YesRes 2017-1439Each Year
Boligee9707
Brantley96576/7/17No
Brent96854/19/17YesRes2017
Brewton93066/2/17YesRes 17-0508-42017
Bridgeport9411
Brighton9474
Brilliant91475/3/17YesRes 4-172017
Brookside9708
Brookwood96974/10/17No
Brundidge96765/5/17YesOrd 2017-01Each Year
Bullock
County
70066/8/17YesRes 2017-7Each Year
Butler94174/20/17YesRes 349Each Year
Butler
County
70075/15/17YesResEach Year
Calera94735/9/17YesOrd 2017-022017
Calhoun
County
7008, 7108, 7208, 73085/5/17YesResEach Year
Camden94824/28/17YesRes 2017-022017
Camp Hill9302
Carbon Hill9436
Carrollton93295/8/17YesRes 20172017
Castleberry96744/12/17YesOrd 2017-0012017
Cedar Bluff96305/10/17YesOrd 2017-01Each Year
Center
Point
9772
Centre96265/5/17YesRes 17-04-25Each Year
Centreville96816/7/17YesRes2017
Chambers
County
7009, 7109, 7209, 7309, 7409, 7609, 7070, 71705/8/17YesRes 04-24-17B2017
Chatom93125/9/17No
Chelsea91584/21/17YesOrd 2017-04-20-740Each Year
Cherokee9399
Cherokee
County
70104/25/17YesResEach Year
Chickasaw94374/12/17YesOrd 2017-09Each Year
Childersburg96274/21/17YesRes 2017-07Each Year
Chilton
County
7011
Choctaw
County
70125/3/17YesResEach Year
Citronelle93275/17/17YesOrd 1314Each Year
Clanton94164/25/17YesRes 0424172017
Clarke
County
70135/11/17YesResEach Year
Clay9767
Clay County7014
Clayhatchee96146/1/17YesRes2017
Clayton96155/15/17YesOrd2017
Cleburne
County
7015
Cleveland94965/15/17YesOrd 2017-2Each Year
Clio94435/10/17YesOrd 2017-01Each Year
Coaling9106
Coffee
County
7016
Coffee
Springs
94984/12/17No
Coffeeville91136/1/17YesRes2017
Coker97604/25/17YesOrd 2017-12017
Colbert
County
70175/19/17YesResEach Year
Collinsville94345/16/17YesOrd 2017-022017
Columbia94595/10/17YesRes 0502172017
Columbiana93685/19/17YesOrd 5/17/01Each Year
Conecuh
County
70184/19/17YesRes 041020172017
Coosa
County
70194/18/17YesRes2017
Coosada96986/6/17No
Cordova91644/11/17No
Cottonwood9422
County Line91674/19/17No
Courtland96356/6/17No
Covington
County
70205/8/17YesRes 17-04-25-01Each Year
Cowarts9730
Crenshaw
County
70214/10/17YesRes2017
Creola9737
Crossville96695/11/17YesOrd 2017-05-01Each Year
Cuba97124/21/17No
Cullman91705/23/17YesOrd 2017-142017
Cullman
County
7022, 71225/24/17YesRes 2017-27Each Year
Cusseta97135/9/17No
Dadeville93005/2/17YesOrd 483-D2017
Dale County70235/8/17YesResEach Year
Daleville93435/26/17YesOrd 05-02-17Each Year
Dallas
County
70245/9/17YesResEach Year
Daphne96235/1/17YesRes 2017-26Each Year
Dauphin
Island
97215/3/17YesRes 041720172017
Daviston94944/15/17No
Deatsville9755
Decatur91525/19/17YesOrd 17-4292Each Year
DeKalb
County
70256/2/17YesRes 16-0523-022017
Demopolis96834/21/17YesOrd 2017-03Each Year
Detroit9757
Dodge City91435/25/17YesOrd 2017-52017
Dora93464/27/17YesRes 4-20172017
Dothan96535/19/17YesOrd 2017-160Each Year
Double
Springs
9200
Douglas9646
Dozier9722
Dutton94605/9/17No
East
Brewton
93084/17/17No
Eclectic93954/21/17YesRes 2017-04-0022017
Edwardsville91035/31/17No
Elba93855/16/17YesRes 04242017Each Year
Elberta96505/17/17YesRes 2017-03Each Year
Eldridge9457
Elkmont96545/19/17YesRes 2017-01Each Year
Elmore91164/13/17YesRes 2017-042017
Elmore
County
7026, 77265/8/17YesResEach Year
Emelle9692
Enterprise93214/19/17YesRes 04-18-17-A2017
Escambia
County
7027, 7127, 7227, 77275/16/17No
Ethelsville91544/12/17No
Etowah
County
70285/9/17YesResEach Year
Eufaula93045/2/17YesRes 19-20172017
Eutaw9362
Eva9104
Evergreen94325/4/17YesOrd 2017-0418-012017
Excel96334/25/17No
Fairfield9132
Fairhope91175/11/17YesOrd 1594Each Year
Fairview91365/9/17YesOrd 27Each Year
Falkville9611, 95115/3/17YesOrd 2017-06Each Year
Faunsdale9425
Fayette94885/8/17YesRes 2017-03Each Year
Fayette
County
70295/9/17YesRes 20174242017
Five Points9771
Flomaton97235/12/17YesRes 01-172017
Florala96245/11/17YesRes 201705082017
Florence94555/17/17YesOrd 2017-09Each Year
Foley94925/19/17YesOrd 17-2020-ORDEach Year
Forkland9601
Fort
Deposit
93825/10/17YesRes 2017-05-08Each Year
Fort Payne93505/17/17YesOrd 2017-05Each Year
Franklin96675/11/17No
Franklin
County
70305/10/17YesResEach Year
Frisco City93944/12/17No
Fruithurst91745/24/17No
Fulton97045/4/17No
Fultondale94184/25/17YesRes 18582017
Fyffe9441
Gadsden96965/10/17YesOrd O-10-17Each Year
Gainesville9777
Gantt97414/25/17No
Gardendale93604/19/17YesRes 2017-0442017
Gaylesville9734
Geiger96995/10/17No
Geneva93035/25/17YesOrd 06-2007-02AEach Year
Geneva
County
70315/31/17LimitedResEach Year
Georgiana93535/16/17YesOrd 217-03Each Year
Geraldine93185/11/17YesRes 2017-05-08-AEach Year
Gilbertown9438
Glen Allen91656/7/17No
Glencoe94024/14/17YesRes 17-005Each Year
Glenwood97334/10/17No
Goldville97444/20/17No
Good Hope91155/8/17No
Goodwater93776/2/17YesRes 2017-02Each Year
Gordo9393, 95934/19/17No
Gordon96134/10/17No
Gordonville9740
Goshen94765/3/17NoRes 2017-04-001
Grant93985/16/17YesOrd 257Each Year
Graysville91336/7/17YesOrd 920Each Year
Greene
County
7032
Greensboro94834/14/17YesRes 2017-052017
Greenville9435
Grimes9759
Grove Hill96734/19/17YesOrd A-252Each Year
Guin93244/21/17YesOrd 258-16-172017
Gulf Shores94285/16/17YesOrd 1839EachYear
Guntersville93444/12/17YesOrd 1043Each Year
Gurley94804/11/17No
Hackleburg9349
Hale County70335/17/17YesResEach Year
Haleburg9768
Haleyville90005/3/17YesOrd 2017-03Each Year
Hamilton93594/19/17YesOrd 2017-2Each Year
Hammondville96004/10/17No
Hanceville91195/17/17YesOrd 612Each Year
Harpersville96455/23/17No
Hartford9481
Hartselle93075/9/17YesOrd 1463Each Year
Hayden96585/12/17YesRes 06-09-15 Amended 5/9/17Each Year
Hayneville9409
Headland94005/5/17YesRes 1-2017Each Year
Heath9120
Heflin93165/9/17YesOrd 2017-04-11Each Year
Helena94894/25/17YesRes 04242017Each Year
Henagar93694/25/17YesRes 2017-0401Each Year
Henry
County
70345/15/17YesResEach Year
Hillsboro9720
Hobson City96874/18/17No
Hodges96124/14/17No
Hokes Bluff96175/23/17YesResEach Year
Hollywood9465
Homewood94915/22/17YesOrd 26552017
Hoover94245/19/17YesRes 5583-172017
Houston
County
70355/4/17YesRes 2017-092017
Hueytown93715/16/17YesOrd 17-0425-2Each Year
Huntsville91454/25/17YesOrd 08-556Each Year
Hurtsboro94514/18/17YesRes 2017-11Each Year
Hytop9743
Ider94855/11/17YesRes 2017-06Each Year
Irondale9134
Jackson93405/5/17YesRes 05-25-172017
Jackson
County
70365/23/17YesRes 17-6Each Year
Jacksons’
Gap
96825/9/17No
Jacksonville93765/10/17YesRes R-1956-17Each Year
Jasper96805/10/17YesOrd 2017-11Each Year
Jefferson
County
7037
Jemison96076/2/17No
Kansas96295/10/17No
Kellyton97744/7/17No
Kennedy9332
Killen93965/9/17YesRes 2017-09Each Year
Kimberly96444/27/17YesRes 2017-082017
Kinsey9647
Kinston9366
LaFayette94665/10/17YesOrd 4462017
Lake View9754
Lakeview9778
Lamar
County
70384/27/17YesRes2017
Lanett96164/27/17YesRes 04-17-042017
Langston91234/18/17No
Lauderdale
County
70395/16/17YesResEach Year
Lawrence
County
70405/18/17YesResEach Year
Lee County7041, 7141, 77415/31/17YesResEach Year
Leeds94014/20/17YesRes 2017-04-112017
Leesburg97294/11/17No
Leighton94714/24/17No
Level
Plains
94464/20/17YesRes 285Each Year
Lexington9468
Limestone
County
70424/17/17YesRes2017
Lincoln94035/16/17YesRes 2017-212017
Linden9695
Lineville93525/9/17YesRes 5-1-2017-12017
Lipscomb9464
Lisman9648
Littleville93554/19/17YesOrd 2017-EEach Year
Livingston9415
Lockhart97425/4/17No
Locust Fork97265/11/17YesRes 1892017
Louisville93614/11/17No
Lowndes
County
7043
Lowndesboro97704/11/17No
Loxley93305/10/17YesOrd 2017-102017
Luverne96515/10/17YesOrd 17-01Each Year
Lynn91254/14/17No
Macon
County
70446/8/17No
Madison96625/10/17YesOrd 2017-992017
Madison
County
7045, 7745
Magnolia
Springs
97734/26/17YesRes 2017-012017
Malvern96566/7/17YesRes 100-2017Each Year
Maplesville96095/15/17No
Marengo
County
70465/15/17YesResEach Year
Margaret9672
Marion93814/30/17YesRes 2017-17-42017
Marion
County
7047, 77474/18/17YesRes2017
Marshall
County
7048, 77484/10/17No
McIntosh94626/7/17No
McKenzie9419
Mentone96555/18/17No
Midfield9375
Midland
City
9499
Midway91266/7/17YesOrd 2017-001Each Year
Millbrook96385/10/17YesOrd 17-01Each Year
Millport91005/4/17YesOrd 2017-4Each Year
Millry93674/7/17No
Mobile
(City of)
91495/5/17YesOrd 34-016Each Year
Mobile
County
7049 & 77494/28/17YesResEach Year
Monroe
County
70504/25/17YesResEach Year
Monroeville94235/19/17YesOrd 2017-05-001Each Year
Montevallo96044/28/17YesOrd 04242017-3002017
Montgomery
(City of)
94544/25/17YesOrd 37-2017Each Year
Montgomery
County
70515/5/17YesRes2017
Moody96714/12/17No
Morgan
County
7052, 7252, 7352, 7452, 77524/21/17YesRes 17-209Each Year
Morris93734/27/17YesRes 2017-062017
Mosses96774/12/17No
Moulton94145/5/17YesRes 2017-0062017
Moundville94615/3/17YesRes 2017-022017
Mountain
Brook
91354/25/17YesRes 2017-0532017
Mt Vernon94954/26/17YesRes 2017-04-25Each Year
Mulga91074/13/17No
Munford9764
Muscle
Shoals
93414/18/17YesOrd 1500-17Each Year
Myrtlewood97246/5/17YesOrd 17-05082017
Napier
Field
94934/12/17No
Nauvoo91275/24/17YesOrd 2017518Each Year
Needham96895/30/17No
New
Brockton
9445
New Hope97005/11/17YesOrd 2017-399Each Year
New Site96054/19/17No
Newbern96886/6/17No
Newton93256/7/17YesRes 2017-05-02-012017
Newville94726/6/17No
North
Courtland
9678
Northport91626/7/17YesOrd 19322017
Notasulga9407
Oak Grove9603
Oakman96525/2/17YesRes 2017-04-17-012017
Odenville96414/25/17YesRes 04102017Each Year
Ohatchee96324/7/17No
Oneonta94085/15/17YesRes 2017-05-02STH2017
Opelika96635/23/16YesOrd 111-17Each Year
Opp96284/25/17YesRes 2017-06Each Year
Orange
Beach
97065/3/17YesRes 17-1012017
Orrville97755/17/17YesOrd A-20172017
Owens Cross
Roads
9703
Oxford93155/24/17LimitedOrd 2017-102017
Ozark93395/4/17YesOrd 2017-6Each Year
Parrish94295/26/17YesOrd 002-2017Each Year
Pelham94525/2/17YesRes 2017-05-01-012017
Pell City96214/27/17YesOrd 2017-4761Each Year
Pennington9469
Perdido
Beach
9779
Perry
County
70535/15/17YesRes2017
Phenix City93835/17/17YesOrd 2017-142017
Phil
Campbell
93345/15/17YesRes2017
Pickens
County
70544/13/17YesRes2017
Pickensville9610
Piedmont9426
Pike County70555/31/17YesRes. 17-0522Each Year
Pike Road97534/27/17YesOrd 2017-0367Each Year
Pinckard9490
Pine Hill9421
Pinson96754/13/17YesOrd 2017-152017
Pisgah9430
Pleasant
Grove
94204/10/17No
Powell93916/2/17No
Prattville93655/5/17YesOrd2017
Priceville97166/7/17No
Prichard94316/6/17YesRes 14772017
Ragland93104/7/17No
Rainbow
City
9666
Rainsville93895/11/17YesRes 04-17-2017(A)2017
Ranburne97175/31/17YesOrd 17-032017
Randolph
County
70565/9/17YesRes2017
Red Bay93135/11/17YesOrd 17.04.17Each Year
Red Level96615/22/17YesOrd 2017-012017
Reece City97495/4/17No
Reform9345
Rehobeth97456/1/17No
Repton96596/8/17YesOrs 2017-03Each Year
Ridgeville97055/17/17No
River Falls97395/9/17No
Riverside97274/24/17No
Riverview96374/14/17No
Roanoke93195/9/17YesOrd 2017-04-012017
Robertsdale96185/5/17YesRes 003-17Each Year
Rockford97625/5/17YesRes 762017
Rogersville93905/10/17YesRes 05.08.17(1)2017
Russell
County
7057
Russellville94044/27/17YesOrd 2017-1022017
Rutledge9747
Samson93174/25/17YesOrd 2017-002Each Year
Sand Rock97384/11/17No
Sanford9769
Saraland97584/19/17YesOrd 10732017
Sardis City9719
Satsuma91396/8/17YesOrd 515-1Each Year
Scottsboro94105/12/17YesOrd 594Each Year
Section96196/2/17No
Selma93206/2/17YesRes R192-16/172017
Semmes96085/5/17YesRes 2017-37Each Year
Sheffield94536/6/17YesRes2017
Shelby
County
70584/12/17YesRes 17-06-10-04Each Year
Shorter9702
Silas94274/20/17No
Silverhill96705/12/17YesOrd 439-04-17-2017Each Year
Sipsey9486
Skyline9140
Slocomb93225/23/17No
Smiths
Station
97635/10/17YesRes 2017-2642017
Snead9606
Somerville97285/12/17YesRes 2017-02Each Year
Southside97014/12/17YesOrd 0-002-2017Each Year
Spanish
Fort
9102, 9202, 92036/1/17LimitedOrd 520-20172017
Springville97145/2/17YesOrd 2017-032017
St. Clair
County
7059, 77595/1/17YesRes 2017-31Each Year
St. Florian94784/21/17YesOrd 92aEach Year
Steele96395/10/17YesRes 2017-002Each Year
Stevenson94475/25/17YesRes 2015-03Each Year
Sulligent93925/10/17YesOrd 2017-04Each Year
Sumiton94124/28/17YesRes 2016-2017-17Each Year
Summerdale9649
Sumter
County
70605/4/17YesResEach Year
Susan Moore96916/2/17No
Sweet Water94675/8/17No
Sylacauga94425/5/17YesOrd 2185-172017
Sylvan
Springs
97185/3/17YesOrd 17-176Each Year
Sylvania94874/27/17YesRes2017
Talladega93874/20/17YesOrd 1824Each Year
Talladega
County
7061, 7161, 77615/3/17YesResEach Year
Tallapoosa
County
7062
Tallassee93635/4/17YesRes 2017-547Each Year
Tarrant96255/3/17YesOrd 1096Each Year
Taylor9736
Thomaston96604/10/17No
Thomasville9405
Thorsby96405/16/17YesOrd 05-15-172017
Town Creek96224/19/17YesOrd 2017-01Each Year
Toxey93724/14/17No
Trafford9348
Triana9746
Trinity91534/25/17YesOrd 2017-03Each Year
Troy93285/10/17YesOrd 372Each Year
Trussville96204/27/17YesRes 2017-0192017
Tuscaloosa91636/6/17YesOrd 85182017
Tuscaloosa
County
70635/5/17YesRes2017
Tuscumbia93145/3/17YesRes 17-0082017
Tuskegee93355/15/17YesRes 2017-412017
Union9121
Union Grove94566/7/17No
Union
Springs
94504/18/17YesOrd 448Each Year
Uniontown93475/9/17YesRes 2017-12017
Valley96654/13/17YesRes 2017-049R2017
Valley
Grande
97664/21/17No
Valley Head93575/3/17YesOrd 2017-05-02Each Year
Vance9750
Vernon9331
Vestavia
Hills
93335/1/17YesRes 4946Each Year
Vina9484
Vincent93784/19/17YesOrd 2017-003Each Year
Wadley93236/7/17YesOrd 06-05-2017Each Year
Waldo9475
Walker
County
70645/19/17YesResEach Year
Walnut
Grove
97156/6/17No
Warrior93375/9/17YesRes 2017-042017
Waterloo94706/2/17No
Waverly97614/11/17No
Weaver94405/2/17YesRes 2017-062017
Webb97104/27/17YesOrd 2017-001Each Year
Wedowee93745/9/17YesRes 3122017
West
Blocton
96934/21/17YesRes2017
West
Jefferson
91444/17/17No
Westover97654/25/17YesRes 2017-04-18-20122017
Wetumpka93385/5/17YesRes 2017-5-1-12017
White Hall96846/1/17No
Wilcox
County
70665/2/17YesRes 2017-0032017
Wilsonville93705/5/17YesOrd 1704172017
Wilton9686
Winfield94585/17/17YesRes 11992017
Winston
County
70676/2/17YesResEach Year
Woodland9690
Woodstock91085/15/17YesRes 2017-5-12017
Woodville97515/4/17YesRes 1-2017Each Year
Yellow
Bluff
9732
York94444/28/17YesRes 2017-062017
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