A place to call home. Nestled
in the foothills of the Appalachian
Mountains, the City of Oneonta
welcomes you. Be our guest and
see what truly spells Oneonta.
Named after her sister city in Oneonta, New York, Oneonta presents a growing audience for new businesses, developers and investors alike. True to its beginnings, Oneonta continues to flourish as a hub for local businesses and serves as the county seat.
Minutes from downtown Birmingham, Oneonta sits on the edge of Alabama’s largest city while maintaining its cultural identity as a true southern town. Diverse, focused and ready, Oneonta is the perfect setting for a new place to call home.
City News & Updates.
Court Payments Available Online
Oneonta Municipal Court can now accept payments online or by voice. Click on the link below to begin payment assistance.
City of Oneonta Phased Reopening Plan
Beginning March 1, 2021, the City of Oneonta will begin a phased reopening of City departments and services. We will pay close attention to reports from the Alabama Department of Public Health and continue to open/close services based on their recommendations and our local COVID-19 numbers.
Oneonta Public Library: Curbside pick-up will remain. We will begin allowing appointments only for all resources inside. Masks will be required.
City Hall: All staff will return to work as normally scheduled. The lobby will be open to the public and masks will be required. If a resident needs to speak with an employee beyond the lobby, both the resident and employee will be required to wear a mask.
Public Works Department: All staff will return to work as normally scheduled.
Park and Recreation Department: All staff will return to work as normally scheduled. All parks will remain open. The recreation gymnasium will continue to allow practices by appointment only.
Police Department: The lobby will be reopened to the public and masks will be required to enter.
110 Community Development Building: The 110 Building will remain closed with appointments only. Masks will be required when dealing with the public.
Senior Citizens Center: The Senior Citizens building will continue to run as it has been with deliveries only.
Little Brick Church & Oneonta Depot: These buildings will remain closed to the public, however City meetings may be allowed in either of them by request through administration.
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Visit the link below to search for your accident report online. If you have trouble locating your report call City Hall at 205-274-2150 option 4.
The Mayor and City Council will hold regular scheduled council meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month located at the Oneonta Council Chambers. There will be a work session before every meeting beginning at 5:45 p.m. then the council meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. If you want to be put on the agenda, you will need to contact City Hall the Thursday prior to the council meeting. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk at 205-274-2150.
New Searchable Zoning Map
Visit the link below to view a particular zoning for your individual location.