January 20, 2021
The City of Winfield will be accepting applications for a Full time position (80 hours) at the Park and Recreation Department. Must have clean driver’s history. Interested parties may obtain an application at the Winfield City Hall or Winfield Park and Recreation during regular business hours.
In accordance with Executive Order 11246, the City of Winfield prohibits job discrimination on the basis of race, color religion, sex national origin, or handicap and required affirmative action to ensure equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment.
City of Winfield
The Winfield Municipal Court convenes on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month, unless changes are necessary around holidays. For a detailed schedule of court days, consult the City Calendar.
|City Judge||M. Lionel Leathers|
|Court Clerk||Ashley Gann|
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
If you have been charged with one of the offenses listed below and would like to plead guilty and pay the fine you have these options. You may either mail the full amount indicated below and sign in the lower left hand corner on the back of your citation, in the block that says, "Defendant's Signature," and return to this address: Winfield Municipal Court, P.O. Box 710, Winfield, AL 35594 or you may click here to pay online.
|Drivig on Wrong Side of Road||$176.50||Improper Signal||$156.50|
|Failure to Dim Lights||$156.50||Improper Tag||$171.50|
|Failure to Stop at Railroad Crossing||$156.50||Improper Tires||$166.50|
|Failure to Use Child Restraint||$171.50||Improper Turn||$166.50|
|Failure to Wear Seatbelt||$26.00||Improper Window Tint||$166.50|
|Failure to Yield Right-of-Way||$166.50||No Driver's License||$221.50|
|Following Too Closely||$166.50||No Helment (Motorcycle)||$156.50|
|Improper Backing||$166.50||Running Red Light||$166.50|
|Improper Brakes||$166.50||Running Stop Sign||$166.50|
|Improper Mufflers||$156.50||Less than 25 MPH over posted limit||$166.50|
|Improper or No Rearview Mirror||$166.50||25 MPH or more over posted limit||$186.50|
|Improper Passing||$166.50||In Construction Zone:|
|Less than 25 MPH over posted limit||$186.50|
|25 MPH or more over posted limit||$226.50|
|Stopping on Highway||$176.50|
No personal checks will be accepted. Send cashier's check or money order only.
Make payable to Municipal Court
If you do not appear in court or your payment does not reach the court office by the court appearance date on your citation, YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE WILL BE SUSPENDED and a warrant issued for your arrest. All other traffic offenses must be settled in court.
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During 1988-1989 the Water Board in conjunction with the City of Winfield obtained federal grant monies with matching funds for the Water Board to construct a 200,000 gallon elevated water tank to serve the west side of town and the industrial park area. Also included in these monies were sewer extensions to the Meadowood Subdivision and industrial park in addition to the rehabilitation of existing water lines. Water and sewer services are now available at Exit #30 on I-22.
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Randy Price, Mayor
Angie Oliver - City Clerk
Sandy Scott - City Treasurer
Debby Loftis - Administrative Assistant
The Winfield Police Department has a staff of 5 part-time officers, 13 full-time officers, which includes the Chief, two Lieutenants , Lieutenant/Investigator, two Sergeants, Sergeant/Narcotics Investigator, 6 Full-Time Patrol Officers, and one Office Manager.
Office Number: (205)487-4333
Emergency Call 911
Contact through facebook https://www.facebook.com/winfield.policedepartment/
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|Chief Brett Burleson
|Lt. Shane Dickinson
Lt. Gary Hamlett
|Sgt. Marcus Carroll
|Sgt. Jimmy Galbreath
Officer Dustin Webb
Officer Steve Thompson
K9 Officer Justin Cottingham
Officer Garrett Weeks
Officer Eric Dubielak
Officer Nathan Morrison
Lt. Dustin Hulsey, Criminal Investigator
Sgt. Brad Burroughs, Narcotics Investigator
|Officer Josh Lucas (Part-Time)||Officer Shane Hughes (Part-Time)|
|Officer Tommy Knight (Part-Time)||
Officer Rusty Hulsey (Part-Time)
|Officer Roger Morrison (Part-Time)|
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"To prevent loss of property & loss of life through proactive and reactive responses to fires, medical calls, rescue emergencies and man-made or natural disasters."
The Winfield Fire Department is an all-hazards fire department that responds to and is prepared to handle a wide range of emergencies. Our goal of protecting our residents and visitors to our city is taken very seriously. We want all residents and guests alike to be pleased with our effforts as we strive to provide you with a professional fire department.
We welcome visitors to our fire station and if you would like to tour our facilities and see our equipment, please call us and we will be happy to arrange a time for your visit. We always welcome our visitors.
If you have a need for fire training classes for your business or organization we can also provide that service.
I appreciate the opportunity to serve as your Fire Chief and will do my best to make our citizens proud of the Winfield Fire Department.
Alan Stovall, Chief
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The fire department consists of eight career firefighters, and twenty five volunteers. The department has training twice a month to ensure that all firefighters are properly trained. All career firefighters are certified fire instructors, and can train the volunteers with on-site training. All classes are certified through the Alabama State Fire College.
Front row (L - R) Jason South, John Reese, Tyler Crosby, Nick Brashier, Adam Nix, Casey Harris
Assistant Fire Chief / Investigator, Dewayne Norris
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Lieutenant - Wade McMillan
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Captain - Mark Loden
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Lieutenant - Packy Butler
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Firefighter, Training Officer - Will Riley
Firefighter - Brian Witt
Firefighter - Blake Farley
The department has a Class 4 ISO Rating, which ensures low homeowners insurance premiums for our residents. The department was graded this year by ISO and has retained this important classification.
|2011 Pierce Pumper||1999 E-One Ladder Truck|
To protect our residents from seasonal tornadoes, the fire department has placed five weather sirens around the city to alert residents of impending severe weather. The EMA offices in Marion & Fayette County are responsible for activating the sirens when severe weather is approaching. The sirens are tested monthly on the first Tuesday of each month, unless severe weather is expected that day.
The city also has built an above ground tornado shelter next to city hall, and this building will withstand 250+ MPH winds. The building will accommodate up to 500 people in a tornado situation if you do not have shelter at your home or work. The fire department will open the shelter and provide a firefighter, police officer, and a paramedic while the shelter is open for your safety. It will also be stocked to take care of any items you may need while at the shelter.