Citronelle Police Department
19135 Main St.
Citronelle, AL 36522

Emergency: 911

Phone: (251) 866-5527

Police Chief: Shane Stringer
The department employs eight officers, six auxiliary police officers, four full time dispatchers and two part time dispatchers.

Citronelle Volunteer Fire Department
19135 S. Mobile Street
Citronelle, AL 36522

Fire: 911

Phone: (251) 866-5527

Fire Chief: Johnny Simison

Citronelle has two fire stations manned completely by volunteer fire fighters. One station is on North Mobile Street and the other one is West of Citronelle. The city has 4 fire trucks and a tank truck (used for brush fires or automobile accidents).

Citronelle Rescue Unit
7930 State Street
Citronelle, AL 36522

Emergency: 911

Other information: (251) 866-7500

The unit has two modular ambulances now in operation. Also it operates an extraction truck with the Jaws of Life, hydraulic rams air chisel and other extrication equipment. A LifePak monitor and defibrillator are included in one of the ambulances.

The Citronelle Rescue Unit was formed on February 26, 1963 because of urgent needs to transport injured and sick people from rural communities to the hospital in Mobile for treatment. Concerned and dedicated people have worked diligently to make it all happen. The grounds and building were donated. It exists from donations of time and money now. The volunteers have gone for proper training at their own expense. The Kiwanis Club always holds annual fundraisers to support the continuing needs of the Unit. A fee is charged for ambulance services and some people make regular donations. Different civic organizations make donations of supplies and sometimes money from the operation of a much needed and appreciated Rescue Unit.

Citronelle Senior Center
19125 S. Mobile Street
Citronelle, AL 36522

Phone: (251) 866-5047

Coordinator: Betty Silcox
The Citronelle Senior Center is a center for the senior citizens in the Citronelle Area. The center continuously involves seniors in programs to keep them socializing and informed.

Monday- Exercise

Tuesday - Thursday - Bingo

Wednesday - Crafts

Friday- Outings & Birthdays

The center provides nutritional and medical instructional programs:

The Center has a Diabetic Shoe Program each year. The doctors come to the center to measure the feet of diabetics and give helpful hints to care. The Medicare Program then buys the correct shoes for the diabetic senior.

Parks and Recreation Department provides an annual trip; in 1998 the seniors went to Shocco Springs and in 1997 to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.

On a monthly basis the seniors go on a shopping trip and out to eat.

A free blood pressure check is done monthly at the center also.

Operating hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00am until 1:00pm.


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