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News & Announcements
AS OF MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016, NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED FOR REAL ESTATE TAXES.
ONLY CASH, CERTIFIED FUNDS OR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED.
Lee County's new toll free phone number, 1-855-212-8024.
The Lee County Revenue Commisioner's Office raised $14,850 for Breast Cancer research in 2015, through the procceds from the Breast Cancer Research License Plate.
MOST SPECIALTY, MILITARY AND NASCAR PLATES NOW AVAILABLE FOR MOTORCYCLES
Most of the specialty, military and NASCAR license plates are now available for motorcycles. Click on the links below to see if your favorite is available. After clicking on link, click on an individual plate to see the description and availability.
NEW BICENTENNIAL LICENSE PLATE FOR ALABAMA
Alabama motorists can now choose a license plate design that commemorates the state's bicentennial.
“This tag will show that our citizens are proud to celebrate the achievements of our forefathers who established statehood from what was once the Mississippi Territory,” said state Sen. Arthur Orr of Decatur, who chairs the Alabama Bicentennial Commission.
The bicentennial license plate features a black and white design with a stylized bold red 200 logo that is available beginning in January at all state courthouses at no additional cost. He said the plate promotes the state’s 200th year celebration that begins in 2017 and continues through 2019.
The Alabama Tourism Department used the red and white colors of the state flag in developing the logo that anchors the left side of the plate design, Orr said. An outline of the state map is inset into the center numeral of the “200” design. Alabama motorists have three choices for standard tag designs: the bicentennial, God Bless America and green and yellow mountain scene plates.
Orr credited Sen. Gerald Dial of Clay County, who chairs the legislative license plate review committee, with steering a bill through the final days of the regular 2015 legislative session approving the design.
Orr said more than 100 volunteers are serving on three major committees that are planning a series of events to commemorate the Alabama's bicentennial. He said that state-based businesses and organizations will fund the majority of the projects during the three-year commemoration.
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