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City of Enterprise

As Mayor of Enterprise, it is my pleasure to greet you as you seek to learn more about our fine city. Enterprise is a proud community characterized by what many of our residents refer to as “Enterpride”. This sense of community and civic responsibility has resulted in the development of a city which has the appropriate mix of old south charm and new south vitality.

Our proximity to the Army Aviation Center at Fort Rucker, which trains American and allied pilots from throughout the world, has resulted in a diverse citizenry. This diversity enriches every aspect of our community and makes our city much less provincial than many similar communities. Enterprise was selected as one of America’s best places to retire by Consumer Reports magazine. Enterprise is extremely accepting of newcomers, and I invite you to consider joining us for a visit or for a lifetime.

You will find excellent public schools, health facilities, recreational activities, churches, civic and service clubs, and cultural activities. Enterprise is a great place to make a living and a great place to make a life!   Mayor Kenneth W. Boswell

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Enterprise City Hall
P.O. Box 311000
Enterprise, AL 36331-1000

Phone: (334) 348-2602
Fax: (334) 348-2607

Email: [email protected]


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Council questions local cable company
(6/4/2004)  The Enterprise City Council invited Adelphia representatives to its June 1 meeting for explanation on a document that appeared to be a 41 cent increase for basic cable rates.

Paving projects almost complete
(6/4/2004)  One of the Enterprise City Council's most immediate goals was to have all roads in the city paved and the council became one step closer Thursday after unveiling the road at Gilmore Street.

Boswell: Certified Municipal Official
(6/3/2004)  Mayor Kenneth Boswell was recently certified by the Alabama League of Municipalities at its annual convention in Birmingham.

City of Enterprise in the Black
(5/7/2004)  City Clerk/Treasurer Steve Hicks delivered a financial report of the first half of the 2003-2004 fiscal year during Tuesday's Enterprise City Council meeting.

Enterprise City Council Approves Opening of Teen Club
(5/7/2004)  After appearing before the Enterprise City Council during the April 20 meeting, businesswoman Samantha Russell returned to the council to get their final approval for opening a teen club in Enterprise.

City to save thousands by restructuring bills
(4/9/2004)  The City of Enterprise will reportedly realize a savings of more than $200,000 in the next two years as the result of a study of its telecommunications and power bills by Ingenuity, Inc

Opening the House
(4/7/2004)  New complex meets the needs of recreation