Public Services

The Public Services Department is dedicated to serving residents in a prompt, timely and efficient manner. Public Services includes Engineering and City operations, traditionally known as Public Works. Most Public Services requests may be submitted using Vestavia Hills Connect online or by downloading the mobile app.

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Vestavia Hills Public Service Department
1032 Montgomery Highway, Vestavia Hills, AL 35216
P.O. Box 660854, Vestavia Hills, AL 35266-0854
205.978.0150  |  Fax 205.978.0199

Public Services Director
Lori Beth Kearley, PE | 205.978.0236 |

City Engineer/Deputy Director
Christopher Brady, PE, CFM | 205.978.0198 |

City Engineer
Ethan Fisher, PE | 205.978.0214 |

Engineering Inspector
Calvin McMillian|

Engineering Inspector
Jay Turner |

Engineering Technician
Butch Jerrolds |

Administrative Clerk
Jennifer Swann | 205.978.0150 |


The Engineering Department’s mission is to provide well-organized, cost effective municipal engineering services to the residents and business community of Vestavia Hills.

Our engineers and departmental staff oversee the City’s public properties and rights-of-way, as well as subdivision developments, stormwater management and infrastructure improvements while protecting the public health, safety and welfare of the residents of Vestavia Hills. This includes inspection and oversight of Vestavia Hills roadways, bridges, storm sewers, stormwater management and other civil engineering projects as identified and funded in the City’s annual budget.

Unknown liquids entering the storm drain system, stream or river | 205.930.1999
 leaving a construction site due to improper construction practices | 205.978.0150
Any spill | 205.978.0140
Sanitary sewer
 overflow | 205.942.0681

Public Works

The Public Works operations of the City of Vestavia Hills Public Services department is responsible for maintenance and repair of the City’s infrastructure including roads and sidewalks, storm drains, and public grounds and facilities. The City’s Engineering staff coordinates with various agencies and property owners to plan and construct City projects. They also review land disturbing permit applications and respond to drainage inspection requests.