The Public Safety Committee of the City of Trussville is a committee composed of local citizens and businessmen appointed by the Mayor, and by virtue of their positions the Mayor, Public Safety Council Liaison, and the Police and Fire Chiefs. The committee is charged with reviewing concerns from citizens and department heads and making recommendations to the council regarding those concerns. Those issues would include but are not limited to recommending ordinances relating to public safety issues, reviewing parade permit requests, review requests from citizens for speed limit changes, stop sign placement or other public safety concerns.
If you have an issue you wish to bring before the committee please contact Chief Rush by email or calling (205) 661 4062.
Meets first Thursday of every odd month at 11:30 at City Hall. Each member serves a three-year term. Special meeting may be called to review issues, which due-to their nature require attention prior to the next scheduled meeting.
(Members are appointed by the Mayor)
|Reid Frazier||January 11,2022|
|Tommy White||January 11, 2022|
|John Patterson||January 11,2020|
|Jeremy Walker||January 11,2021|
|Eddie Seal||January 11, 2022|
|Chief of Police Eric Rush||Term of Office|
|Fire Chief Tim Shotts||Term of Office|
|Council Liaison: Brian Plant & Alan Taylor (Acts in absence of Mayor)||Term of Office|
|Mayor: Buddy Choat||Term of Office|