Louisville City Clerk
The City Clerk’s office is responsible for a multitude of duties that keep the city running properly and serve the needs of the citizens of Louisville and the employees of the city. This office is the “front desk” for the city along with being the finance department and the human resource department. The annual budget and tax levy is approved each year before September 15. The city collects taxes for Louisville Municipal School District, and receipts and distributes those taxes according to the inter-local agreements and state law. The City Clerk’s staff is responsible for collecting the revenue of the city by collecting and receipting police fines in the Municipal Court Office, collecting taxes and landfill payments, and issuing business privilege licenses in the City Clerk’s Office.
The City of Louisville employs sixty full time and twenty part time employees and has an annual gross payroll of approximately $2,090,000.00. Employees are categorized in departments: General Government, Police, Court, E911, Fire, Code Enforcement, Animal Control, Street, Solid Waste, and Landfill. Employee personnel files are permanent records which must be maintained in this office.
The City Clerk is responsible for recording the Minutes of the Board of Aldermen meetings, documenting Ordinances, and for keeping accurate and efficient records for grants and other city projects.
The City owns and maintains four cemeteries: Memorial Park Cemetery, Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Louisville Masonic Cemetery, and the Old Baptist Cemetery. The City Clerk’s Office issues cemetery permits and sells cemetery plots and cemetery markers as well.
Call us at 662-773-9201, email us at email@example.com or just come by City Hall to see us!
The City Clerk’s office at the City of Louisville is open to serve you! Our courteous staff includes City Clerk Babs W. Fulton, Clerk Assistant and Bookkeeper Wanda Hudson and Assistant City Clerk, Kay Crowson.
Babs Fulton was elected to the office of City Clerk in June 2001. She is a 1972 graduate of Louisville High School and of Mississippi University for Women in 1976. She completed the Municipal Clerks and Tax Collectors Certification in 2008. She is married to Lennie Fulton, and is a member of First Methodist Church and the Pilot Club of Louisville.
Kay Crowson began working at City Hall as Assistant City Clerk in 2013. She is married to David Crowson and they have 2 children and 2 grandchildren. Kay is an active member of the 1st United Methodist Church and a member of the Town and Country Garden Club.
Wanda Hudson began working at City Hall as Assistant City Clerk and Bookkeeper on May 2012. Wanda is married to Kevin Hudson and is mom to Max and Belle. Wanda is a graduate of Ackerman High School and Mississippi State University. She is a member of First Presbyterian Church and enjoys her kids, scrapbooking, reading and the beach.
Judy Bryan began working at City Hall assisting in Building Inspection. She began working with the city after the April 2014 tornado. She is the assistant to Richard Bryan and she has 5 children, 12 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
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