Chief Keith Miller
Public Safety Director
Captain Tommy McDuffie
Captain Chuckie Richardson
To Report a Fire: Call 911
Fire Prevention and Inspection Bureau Call (251) 452-6459
Fire Department non-emergency phone number (251) 308-2241
Burning Permits can be obtained from the Fire Department.
The Fire Department is located at 70 Lee Street.
The Chickasaw Fire Department is a fully staffed, state-certified department that has trained personnel to provide fire suppression and EMS skills. Each employee has been through the EMT program and all are state-certified firefighters.
We have an average response time in the city of 3 minutes and operate 3 trucks with a pumping capacity of 4500 gallons a minute and are staffed 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Contact the Fire Department if you would like a class. Boy Scout troops and any other civic group can come and tour the station and equipment. Please call in advance to arrange a class at a certain time.
The fire dept. is always accepting tax deductible donations for equipment and or further training.
To Report an Emergency: Call 911 or (251) 675-5331
Detective Bureau/ Records : (251)-380-8332
Administration- Patrol Division : (251) 380-8332
Environmental Officer : (251) 380-8330
Chief of Police : (251) 380-8343
Public Information Officer/ Police Admin/Records: (251)-380-8334
Judge: Hon. Derrick Williams
Prosecutor: Brent Day
Court is the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month starting at 4pm. For any court questions, please contact the court office at 251-452-6453 or by email at email@example.com.
Pay Your Ticket Online or call 800-701-8560 to pay ticket
Link Fillingim / Maintenance Superintendant: 251-380-8328
Chuck Janes / Maintenance Supervisor: 251-380-8349
The City of Chickasaw Public Works Department is located at 16 Lange Drive, and they are available Monday through Thursday from 7 AM to 5:30 PM.
Garbage and trash service is provided under contract with A1 McDuffie Sanitation. 251-649-3819
Curbside Garbage Service
- Pickup Twice per week – see map in Application above for schedule
- Place your cart curbside the night before your scheduled pickup day
- A-1 McDuffie is our Garbage Service Provider 251-649-3819
Curbside Yard Debris
- Pickup once per week – see map in Application above for schedule
- Grass clippings, small limbs, brush, and any other small items must be bagged.
- NO TIRES, TVs OR WET PAINT CANS ALLOWED
- Bagged items and bulk items such as tree limbs, old furniture, refrigerators, air conditioning units, mattresses, box springs, large debris and cardboard boxes (MUST BE BROKEN DOWN), and yard trash need to be placed curbside the night before your scheduled pickup day.
- No item may weigh over 700lbs and no item or tree limb may be over 6ft to 8ft long or exceed 5ft in height.
- Freon must be removed from refrigerators and air conditioning units.
- CONTRACTORS, HOMEOWNERS, AND TREE SURGEONS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING ALL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS. NO SHEETROCK, LUMBER, TILE, SHINGLES, CARPET, OR BUILDER’S MATERIALS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED.
- All garbage, yard debris and trash should be placed outside fenced in yard areas, no further than 4ft from the curb, and away from any obstacles such as guide wires and / or electrical lines, buildings, fences, low-lined tree limbs, mailboxes, pole / posts, vehicles and / or trees.
Water: Prichard Water (251) 457-3396
Gas: Spire (251) 473-3573
Electricity: Alabama Power (251) 434-5552
Garbage and Trash Service: A1 McDuffie Sanitation (251) 649-3819
Storm Water Management
On November 16, 1990, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ruled that municipalities and industry share the responsibility to improve the water quality of the “Waters of the United States”. In accordance with this rule, the EPA created regulations for NPDES Storm Water Permits for municipalities and permits associated with industrial activity. These regulations are aimed at reducing the amount of non-point source pollution that is currently the leading cause of water pollution.
The Water Quality Act involves a two-phased municipal permitting program that requires municipalities of certain populations to establish discharge controls to the Maximum Extent Practicable (MEP), to effectively prohibit non-storm water discharges to the municipal separate storm sewer systems, and where necessary, to contain applicable water quality-based controls. Compliance with the maximum extent practicable requirement can be attained by developing a storm water management plan that addresses the six minimum control measures described in the storm water regulations and detailed in fact sheets developed and provided by EPA. On December 27, 2013, The City of Chickasaw, with a population of 6,010 according to the 2013 census, was granted coverage under the MS4 Phase II General Permit ALR040045, replacing the Phase I General Permit ALS00002. To fulfill the requirements of this permit, The City of Chickasaw has developed a Storm Water Management Program (SWMP).
Objective of the Storm Water Management Program (SWMP)
The purpose of the Storm Water Management Program is to reduce the discharge of pollutants to the maximum extent practicable, protect water quality, and satisfy the appropriate water quality requirements of the Clean Water Act. The SWMP consists of a comprehensive list of Best Management Practices (BMP’s) that addresses the following six minimum control measures as outlined in Section III.B of the Phase II NPDES Permit:
- Public Education and Public Involvement on Storm Water Impacts
- Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Program
- Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control
- Post-Construction Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment
- Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations
The City of Chickasaw is committed to fulfilling the requirements of the Phase II NPDES Permit by implementing the practices outlined in the SWMP. The responsibilities of the SWMP are shared among City employees and community volunteers who recognize the importance of protecting our streams and waterways from degradation.
Stormwater goes directly from the storm drainage system into our local creeks and rivers. Anything on the sidewalks and streets, such as grass clippings, leaves, pet waste, trash or excess fertilizer, is carried away by stormwater runoff and ends up in storm drains, where it flows into our rivers, lakes and streams.
What can you do?
- Bag pet wastes.
- Avoid over-watering.
- Apply fertilizer sparingly and at the right time.
- Carefully read and follow package directions for pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
- Dispose of lawn and garden chemicals properly.
- Never dump motor oil, petroleum products, antifreeze, transmission fluids, engine cleaners or battery acid down storm drains or on the ground.
- If a spill occurs, do not rinse the area with water. Instead use kitty litter, sawdust, or wood chips to soak up the fluid then put it into the trash. Use a commercial car wash, either self serve or machine wash.
- Wash on lawns or other surfaces where water can seep into the ground.
- Divert water away from storm drain.
Resources and Tips
After the Storm Brochure After-the-Storm-Brochure
Flush Responsibly Brochure Flush-Responsibly-Brochure
Solution to Pollution Brochure Solution-to-Pollution-Brochure
The Solution to Storm Water Pollution Stormwater-Tips
Pet Waste & Water Quality Pet-Waste-Water-Quality
EPA Low Impact Development bbfs1benefits
Storm Water Reports
Chickasaw Storm Water Management Plans
Zoning Ordinance No.2016-03: Article 8, Section 10 Water Pollution Article 9, Section 13 Landscaping and Tree Protection Article 9, Section 15 Storm Water Management and Water Pollution Control
Ordinance 1504: Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Chickasaw Subdivision Regulations
If you have any comments or questions regarding the City’s Storm Water Management Plan, please call Chuck Janes as 251-331-2779.
If you would like to report an illicit discharge or any type of water pollution, please contact Chuck Janes as 251-331-2779, or if it is an emergency call 911.