Leeds Civic Center is closed to the public.
As of 11/24/20 due to the Leeds Civic Center being closed, the safety of volunteers and clients, respecting the state of Alabama and CDC’s recommendation of social distancing we will be working off an appointment only system until further notice. No one will be allowed to enter the building. We will bring items to or from your car.
The best way to schedule a time to bring donations to us is by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 205-352-7691.
We will make every effort to meet as many needs as possible. Please keep us in your prayers as we make plans to safely serve our community. Thanks in advance for your patience as we make these changes. We will post updates here and will be reaching out to clients with further instructions.
Alabama: At the direction of Gov. Kay Ivey
People over age 6 must wear masks in indoor public spaces, when using a transportation service or when outdoors in gatherings of 10 or more.
Nonwork get-togethers are allowed, but individuals from different households must maintain a 6-foot distance from one another. Restaurants, bars and breweries can offer dine-in services, but party size is capped at 8 people. Tables or booths must be placed 6 feet apart or, if within 6 feet, must be separated by partitions. Hair salons and similar personal-care businesses must also keep clients 6-feet apart or separate clients by partitions if within 6 feet. Retail stores and gyms are among businesses that must implement sanitation and social distancing practices. Beaches are open, but patrons must practice social distancing. As of Oct. 2, hospital, nursing and long-term care facilities have been allowed to permit residents to receive one visitor at a time, subject to other restrictions.