Thank you for visiting the Church Street East Historic District Neighborhood Association website. Church Street East was established by ordinance of the Mobile City Commission in 1962 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Church Street East is Mobile's oldest Historic District and a neighborhood that comes alive! While visiting our website we invite you to take a Walking Tour through our Historic District for a survey of our historical buildings. Visit our Home Owners pagefor resources we find helpful in navigating the unique requirements of living in a Historic District. Celebrate Mobile's biggest party on our Mardi Gras page. Learn more about changes being considered to our Downtown living on Our Future page and spot your neighbors on the Snap Shots page.
We hope that you enjoy our website and come back often!
Church Street East
2017 Church Street East
Trash Pick Up Schedule
Jan. 15th, 29th
Feb. 12th, 26th
Mar. 12th, 26th
Apr. 9th, 23rd
May 7th, 21th
June 4th, 18th
CHURCH STREET EAST
P.O. Box 741 Mobile, Alabama 36601
Copyright Jeffery A. Morrow. 2018.
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Congratulations to DeMarcus Cousins ~ Cedar Street
Yard of the Month recognizes those homeowners who have made substantial commitments in time, expense or both to the improvement of their residence for the betterment of all.
Church Street East
for your hard work and dedication!
Fourth of July Fireworks
July 4th 9pm
To Sign Up for StreetScan
Church Street East Party in the Park 2018
July 4th 7pm
Each residence is limited to approximately 2 cubic yards (3 ft. x 3ft. X 6 ft.).
City Ordinances Prohibit: The placement of trash at curbside more than 48 hours prior to the scheduled day of collection.
Fine and court costs: $406.00
Church Street East believes in keeping our cat population happy and healthy. We participate in Trap, Neuter and Release programs to control the feral cat population. Feral cats often avoid contact with humans, although they often live in close proximity to people where there they have access to food and shelter. Feral cats do not make good pets. If you want a pet cat, visit your local animal shelter.