FOLEY – Funding for several sidewalk projects is among the items on the agenda for the Foley City Council on Monday. June 3.

The Foley work session and regular meeting will begin at 4 p.m. at City Hall.

The council is scheduled to vote on approving an application to the Alabama Department of Transportation for a grant to pay for sidewalks from East Pride Place to Azalea Avenue along Alabama 59. The funding would come through ALDOT’s Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program, known as TAP, for the 2025 fiscal year.

Other sidewalk work on the agenda includes amending the budget for rebuilding and repairing walkways along U.S. 98 between Cypress Street and Juniper Street and additional funding to complete sidewalks between Foley High School and Mathis Elementary School.

Other items on the upcoming agenda include:

A presentation by the Foley Revitalization and Beautification Advisory Board recognizing long-time board members.

Discussing a transfer of excess investment funds.

An agreement between the Baldwin County Commission, city of Foley and Planning Commission of Foley concerning the exercise of subdivision regulations within the Foley planning jurisdiction.

Amending the Foley Zoning Ordinance.

Accepting public rights of way and infrastructure improvements in Greystone Village subdivision for city maintenance.

Approving a retail beer and retail table wine, on and off premises, for Novel Rose on West Laurel Avenue.

Waiving fees for the use of Beulah Heights Park for a “Worship in the Heights” community event on July 6.

Transferring funds and approving an unplanned capital project for Aaronville Park.

Amending the pay classification and authorizing other pay enhancements in the Police Department.

Supporting the Baldwin County Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan.

Amending the pay classification in the Foley Public Library.

Purchasing nine new police vehicles.

Approving a one-time donation of food and drinks for the “Our Children Do Matter,” Juneteenth Day Celebration.

Approving halo-tree lighting on six trees in front of City Hall for Phase 1 and electrical conduit to the library, Alston Street, Orange Avenue and Riviera Utilities for Phase 2 of a project to improve lighting in the area.

Approving improvements in Cat Alley. The services will include professional services from WAS Design and proposals from Hellmich Electric and the Cooper Fence Company.

Waiving the fees for the use of Heritage Park on July 13 and 14 for The Well Church to host a Vacation Bible School.