Events and Programs


Host your own special event in Comer's Travel Museum! Located behind City Hall at 184 Center Street, it's a venue ideal for all occasions. See the travel museum rental agreement on the Forms and Applications page for more information.


The referendum of March 16, 2021 allowing the city of Comer to issue licenses for liquor by the drink

and for Sunday sales of liquor by the drink passed three to one.

The council will be working diligently to adopt this referendum as city ordinance, and issue licenses as soon as possible.


Please set trash cans apart from mailboxes!

The postal service is not allowed to move cans, so if the carrier is unable to reach your mailbox, the mail cannot be delivered


Chief Bell and the Comer Police Department are collecting house keys for residents

that want them to be available to emergency services.

Watch the video for more information:

https://youtu.be/CP3_NTqAVPY

video credit Zach Miles, Grady Newsource


Ruben Moore Memorial Day

**This event has been postponed due to covid-19 restrictions**

We are excited to announce that by mayoral proclamation, Ruben Moore Memorial cleanup day will be the first Saturday of each March!

Come join us for a day of community remembrance of an amazing city servant. Share your stories along with your neighbors as we work together in honor of Ruben to keep Comer beautiful!

Sponsorships are encouraged for food and designated areas to clean up. A marker will be erected to remember Ruben, and we expect some of his family to participate. Volunteers will meet at Yarbrough park to start the day. Start time and further details will be coming!

COUNCIL MEETING

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 202I AT 6:00 PM