NEWS & INFORMATION FROM THE CITY OF ANNISTON
Share Your Vision
Interested in sharing your vision for Anniston’s downtown historic district? Attend a community visioning session on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 5:30-7:30 PM, Anniston City Meeting Center. Your ideas will become part of making Downtown a place where we enjoy living, working and playing! Details: City of Anniston Main Street Director, (256) 231-7704.
You Can Get There From Here
The Area-Wide Community Transportation System (ACTS) can move you (and your bicycle) throughout the Anniston-Oxford area. The transit terminal is located at the Amtrak train station on west 4th St., where you can also pick up route maps. Buses run on an hourly cycle and are ADA compliant.
Not sure where to turn? Dialing 211 will connect you with caring, knowledgeable people who can put you in touch with a host of community services including healthcare, elderly care, homelessness, abuse, drug addiction and much more.
You and Your Dog Want the Same Basic Things 1. Food and water (increase during cold weather). 2. Shelter from cold, heat and rain. 3. Companionship. Don’t allow them to stray.
Dial: 256-236-4798 for financial help with spay/neuter 911 or 256-238-1800 to report strays or abuse. Calls are confidential. 256-241-3647 for animal care information and new pet starter kits
15 Community Visioning Session for downtown historic district, 5:30 - 7:30 PM, City Meeting Center 16 Mingle in the Wild: Ladies Night Out, Anniston Museum of Natural History, 256-236-6766 18 Black Heritage Festival, Anniston Museum of Natural History, 256-236-6766 24 Opening: Youth Art Month Exhibit, Catalyst, 1224 Noble Street
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