Searching for a car to meet your needs Don't let bad credit keep you down! We know just where to go in and around Tuscaloosa when you need bad credit auto financing. We work with dealers all around the country and the state!
Emergency Rental Assistance Alabama is here to help. COVID-19 has affected residents across the state. We have emergency funds available to help Alabama renters pay rent and utility bills (including past due rent and utilities). The Emergency Rental Assistance bill was passed as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 which provides $25 billion nationally for pandemic-response rental assistance. The Program is administered through the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Rock Quarry Boat Ramp is located north of Tuscaloosa on Holt Lake of the Black Warrior River. This park provides bank fishing, composting toilets, drinking water, paved parking and a double launching ramp for easy water access. Rock Quarry is a popular location for fishing tournaments and boating recreation. Please review park conditions prior to your trip to ensure there are no closures.
If you have a medical condition, live on a fixed or limited income or have another situation where paying your bill is difficult, one of our dedicated community support specialists would love to help.
Notaries are appointed and commissioned by the probate judges of the various counties for terms of four years. Ala. Code 36-20-70. Probate judges report to the Secretary of State the name, county of residence, date of issuance, and date of expiration of the commission of each notary public appointed and commissioned under applicable law. Ala. Code 36-20-70. The records filed with this office regarding the appointment and commissioning of notaries are a matter of public record and are available for review by the general public. You can browse the list of commissioned notaries by clicking here.
For information about being appointed and commissioned a notary public, including application, bond, and fee requirements, please contact the probate judge for your county. Click here to obtain contact information for your county probate judge.
To calculate the exact amount of property tax you will owe requires your property's assessed value and the property tax rates based on your property's address. Please note that we can only estimate your property tax based on median property taxes in your area. There are typically multiple rates in a given area, because your state, county, local schools and emergency responders each receive funding partly through these taxes. In our calculator, we take your home value and multiply that by your county's effective property tax rate. This is equal to the median property tax paid as a percentage of the median home value in your county.
On top of those countywide rates, there are additional rates that vary by school district and the city in which your home is located. Local school district property taxes in Jefferson county range from 5.4 mills in District 52 (Bessemer) up to 34.1 in District 17 (Mt. Brook). Most districts in the county have a millage rate of 21.9. Along with the 8.2 mill countywide school district property tax, these taxes go directly to support local schools.
The average homeowner in Mobile County pays $770 annually in property taxes, the fifth-highest average payment in the state. Of course, actual payments depend on your home value and where you live. Property tax millage rates in the county are 20.5. That includes amounts that go toward the general fund, roads and bridges, hospitals and schools.
There are additional school millage rates which vary depending on location. Inside Mobile and Pritchard, the additional millage is 12.0, while outside those two cities, the additional millage is just 4.0. Lastly, there are additional city property taxes in 10 Mobile County cities. In Mobile city, the municipal rate is 7.0, which brings the total millage rate for residents of Mobile city to 63.5.
Total property taxes in Montgomery County vary from 7.5 to 12.5 depending on location. Schools, regardless of district have a set rate of 10. For homeowners outside the city of Montgomery, there is an additional tax of 5.0 mills for fire protection (except for Pike Road). However, Montgomery also collects a municipal tax of 12.5 mills.
Countywide property tax rates begin at 30.0 mills (including state rates). There are additional school district property taxes of 14.0 mills outside of Hoover, Birmingham and Vestavia Hills. In Hoover, the school district tax is 6.0 mills.
As the nation's largest provider of propane, AmeriGas services all 50 states. No matter where your home or business is located, there is an AmeriGas location nearby dedicated to providing quality service ensuring you are never without the propane you need.
Sports has been an all time favorite past time in America. The south takes it to another height. Colleges are becoming more focused on sports rather than education. There are some cons and pros for this problem. The south has a long trail of racial problems, but sports bring people together and eliminate differences. Fans will join hands and cheer for same team side by side. You can go the deepest parts of Mississippi and Alabama and find fans that are willing to put race aside for sports. Sports also can greatly develop a small city and economy. Let me briefly talk about some schools that benefit from this. The first school is Ole Miss. I know Oxford is developing, but it is still in Mississippi. Mississippi is ranked number 50 on ACT scores, but has produced a host of great athletes. Ole Miss brings in a great deal of money from football. Their games are sold out and people pay top dollar to watch them play. Their basketball team has up and down years, but never gets close to football. You rarely hear about their educational achievements. Oxford is booming during football season locals enjoy the money they make, and the school enjoys donations.
\"I know I personally am not traveling like I would like,\" he says. \"I'm not going out to eat like I would like. I'm not hanging out with friends like I would like. It's a Saturday night and I'm here at home because it's free.\"
\"There's a lot of anxiety going into graduating and also getting a place off campus or figuring out where to live,\" she says. \"I've had to come to terms with maybe never owning a house, or maybe never having a really big retirement fund. Those are things that you have to start now and I don't know if I can.\"
\"What we see right now in the current economy is that people who are changing jobs are getting the biggest wage increases,\" Stevenson says. \"So look around and look for maybe another job out there that's willing to pay you more or use that outside offer to negotiate with your current boss.\" 59ce067264