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 Tourthrough our Historic District for a survey of our historical buildings. Visit our Home Ownerspagefor resources we find helpful in navigating the unique requirements of living in a Historic District. Celebrate Mobile's biggest party on our Mardi Graspage.
We hope that you enjoy our website and come back often!
Church Street East
2023 Church Street East Trash Pick Up Schedule
CHURCH STREET EAST
P.O. Box 741 Mobile, Alabama 36601
Copyright Jeffery A. Morrow. 2022.
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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
June 12th & 26th
July 7th, 10th & 24th
Aug. 7th $ 21st
Oct. 2nd, 16th & 30th
Nov. 13th & 27th
Residential garbage is picked up EVERY TUESDAY.
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July 14th, 2023
Beautiful Downtown Mobile!
That Mobile's Live Oak trees (Quercus virginiana) are protected by both state and local ordinance. A permit is required to remove or trim a tree in Church Street East.
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Duffie Oak, Mobile Alabama
Swing into Spring with CSE
Church Street East celebrated our Swing into Spring on May 21, 2023. What a great time. A giant Thank You to everyone who made this event possible. For more pictures of the party click the link:
This program features author Bill Bryson who describes how buying an old house in England has made him appreciate how dramatically domestic life has changed in just a few generations. Then writer Pico Iyer explains why visiting difficult destinations can shed light on where — or what — "paradise" might be. Finally, urban planner Jeff Speck celebrates some of the North American cities that are catching up with their European cousins in designing pedestrian-friendly streetscapes.
Travel with Rick Steves
Featuring Walkable Cities with Urban Planner Jeff Speck
A plan by Jeff Speck & Associates for making Downtown Mobile a walkable city. Sponsored by the Downtown Mobile Alliance.