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SHERIFF: Bill Franklin 8955 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 334/567-5441
DEP. SHERIFF: WS Hinton 8955 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 334/567-5227



Fire Chief Philip Hethcock chief@emvfd.org
Asst. Fire Chief John Gallups assistantchief@emvfd.org
Have you paid your EMVFD dues?
EMVFD relies on each household paying their $100 dues each year
Support your fire department so they can support you when the need arises.



Central Alabama Electric Cooperative 8401 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 334/567-8855
Waste Management 1301 Washington Blvd., Tallassee 866/252-0458
Central Elmore Water Authority 716 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 334/567-6814
Spectrum Cable 3996 US Hwy. 231, Wetumpka 334/567-4344


Emerald Mountain Expressway Toll Bridge    41 Emerald Mountain Expy, Wetumpka              334-512-0380




Mack Daugherty District 2 334/514-5841
Troy Stubbs District 3 334/514-5841

Emerald Mountain is served by the offices of Elmore County and is split between Elmore County Districts 2 and 3. 

Information regarding County offices, voter registration, County programs, and much more can be found at the Elmore County website.




The Elmore County Commission, in partnership with the City of Wetumpka, has opened a centrally located collection facility. 
The facility located on Red Eagle Drive in Wetumpka, (located adjacent to the Wetumpka Street Department at 110 Red Eagle Drive, Wetumpka, AL 36092) has limited operations during the week. An attendant will be present at the facility to ensure disposal of items are properly executed.
Operating days and times:
Tuesdays 7am to 3pm
Thursdays 7am to 3pm
Saturdays 7am to 12pm
Click Here for complete information

Emerald Mountain is in the Elmore County School District.  Students in grades K-6 may attend the Redland Elementary School, students in entering grades 7 and 8 may attend Wetumpka Middle School, and students entering grades 9-12 may attend Wetumpka High School.  The Emerald Mountain community has a history of supporting our schools.  If you do not have students in school but would like to volunteer time, money, goods, or services, there are several ways in which you may lend a hand.  Please contact one of our local schools for more information. 

There are several private schools in the Emerald Mountain vicinity which provide academic studies with varying college prepatory, religious, special needs, cultural, and other enhancers.  The Alabama Independent School Association, the Southern Association of Independent Schools, and the National Association of Independent Schools may help answer your questions regarding private education opportunities in the area.



The Wetumpka Recycling Center accepts a variety of items for recycling.
They are located at 205 E. Charles Avenue in Wetumpka.
(334) 567-1334
The following is a list of items they do/don't accept:
Paper Glass
Steel Cans Styrofoam
Plastic #1 Plastic Shopping Bags
Plastic #2 Household Garbage
Aluminum Products  
NiCad Batteries  
Used Motor Oil is accepted at the Public Works Dept. Maint. Shop -110 Red Eagle Drive



The Emerald Mountain Garden Club is a community social/service organization that has been in existence for nearly fifteen years.  In that time it has gone from three to nearly forty members. Although it is a garden club, one need not be an avid gardener to benefit from membership.  An appreciation of a well-tended garden or of nature itself and a desire to meet and enjoy neighbors are good reasons for being involved in this club.

Emerald Mountain Garden Club meets the fourth Monday of the month from September to May at 7:00 P.M. in homes and in the Emerald Mountain Clubhouse. Each summer members enjoy several field trips, usually on Saturdays to accommodate those who work.  As a group they have gone to places like Petals of the Past in Jemison, the Maxwell Greenhouses, Cindys Antique Home and Garden Shoppe, Hills and Dales Estate in Georgia, Lanark near Prattville, and Oakview Farms Granary. In August the group enjoyed a trip on Montgomerys Harriott II Riverboat that leaves from downtown Montgomery. The evening tour began with dinner on the riverboat and live entertainment during the remainder of the trip.
Emerald Mountain Garden Club has several on-going community projects. This year the club will be responsible for decorating the interior of the Emerald Mountain Clubhouse. They also sponsor a Yard of the Month program that recognizes outstanding yards from May through October. A yearly event is the Community White Elephant Auction and Dinner usually held in January.
They have financed projects in the past such as having community signs repainted, landscaping the Emerald Mountain Fire Station, and contributing to neighborhood functions. Recent projects include donating $1,000 to the library fund for the new Redland Elementary School, buying and installing a bronze piece of statuary on the Parkway near the tennis courts, and the exercise equipment at the walking track.
Funds for their projects come from several sources. Each holiday season they make and sell large bows for mailboxes or other outdoor/indoor decorating. The White Elephant Auction and Dinner also brings in money for club projects. A major fundraiser conducted several years ago was preparing, printing, and selling A Taste of Emerald Mountain, a cookbook.
Programs for meetings this year include learning about herbs and the history of their use, making hanging pansy balls, making holiday swags for mailboxes, visiting Southern Homes and Gardens for an update on this years holiday trends, enjoying a Christmas party and holiday decoration exchange, learning about birds and birdhouses, enjoying heirloom and pass along plants, seeing secret gardens on Emerald Mountain, and exchanging plants.
Membership fees are $10.00 per family per year. If you are interested in being a part of this Emerald Mountain tradition call Jean Basket at 334 567-9203.  We hope to see you at the next meeting of the Emerald Mountain Garden Club!