• Priceville Blueprint

    Be a part of the future!
    The Town of Priceville has initiated a partnership with DesignAlabama, as a part of the DesignPlace program to look at the future of our community and they need your help!
    You are invited to “Priceville Blueprint” on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at the Priceville Municipal Building. Event starts at 6:00 P.M.
    For [...]

  • Priceville approves fuel-tax increase

    From The Decatur Daily
    by Evan Belanger
    PRICEVILLE — The Town Council on Monday approved a 1-cent fuel tax increase and a fiscal 2018 budget that included funding to start work on a new fire station as well as hire an additional police officer.
    Meanwhile, councilmen discussed an emerging plan to build from scratch a downtown in the [...]

  • Priceville could pay for road extension with leftovers from $7M rec center

    From The Decatur Daily
    by Evan Belanger
    PRICEVILLE — After approving a $9 million bond issue last week, town officials plan to build and open by next fall a 66,000-square-foot recreation center at North Park.
    They’re also planning to use a portion of the bond proceeds to extend Marco Drive to East Upper River Road in a bid [...]

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Priceville Easter Egg Hunt fun time for all

From The Hartselle Enquirer
by Randy Garrison

PRICEVILLE — The Town of Priceville held their annual Easter Egg Hunt Sat., March 19, at Veterans Park. The sun was shining brightly with a cool north wind, which made for a brisk day. The crowds turned out in full force and were lined up and ready listening to instructions from Priceville Mayor Melvin Duran.

Duran gave the instructions from the top of the press box and the horn on the police car sounded for all to take off in search of eggs. The age groups were broken down into groups; 0-2 year olds hunted at the gazebo, 3-4 year olds hunted on the small ball field, 5-7 years old hunted at the large ball field and 8-10 years old hunted behind the small ball field.

Each group had fun as the horn sounded to start the hunt. Many of the younger group had a parent to go along helping them find the eggs. Some were excited to be picking up eggs to fill their baskets, while others did not seem to care one way or the other. A couple even seemed to lose interest quickly, and just sat down on the grass.

But, the parents and grandparents in attendance took full advantage of the photo time and had cameras, phones and video cameras working hard to capture the moments.

Over 200 attended the event and many waited after the hunt for a chance to meet the Easter bunny and get their photo made with him. It would seem all who attended – young and old alike – had a good time.

As a bonus, the Town of Priceville also had special eggs at the hunt as well. Many of the eggs had money inside and others had candy inside. Priceville knows how to put on an egg hunt and each one seems more successful.