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fire police ambulance dial911
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C A M E L L I A C O M M U N I C AT I O N S D I R E C T O R Y - F e b r u a r y 2 0 0 9
LAW ENFORCEMENT
BUSINESS OFFICES
PO Box 129
180 Greenville By-Pass
Greenville, AL 36037
334-371-3000
BUSINESS HOURS:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday
www.camelliacom.com
ALABAMA PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION UTILITY OR
TRANSPORTATION COMPLAINTS
If you have a utility or transportation (common carrier)
complaint, please attempt first to resolve same by direct
contact with that utility or transportation company. If you
are unable to achieve results from that direct contact,
you may then call the Alabama Public Service
Commission by dialing toll free, 1-800-392-8050.
Please note, your Public Service Commission does not
regulate the following utilities and, therefore, does not
have the power to resolve complaints concerning them:
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Greenville Police .................................................................................................911
Butler County Sheriff...........................................................................................911
Ft. Deposit Police ................................................................................................911
Lowndes County Sheriff......................................................................................911
State Trooper .....................................................................................251-578-1315
Secret Service....................................................................................205-223-7601
FBI .....................................................................................................334-263-1691
Game Watch.......................................................................................800-272-4263
Wildlife & Fresh Water Fisheries Enforcement - Dist 4..................... 800-272-GAME
Arson Hot Line ...................................................................................800-654-0775
FIRE
Butler County Fire Department............................................................................911
Ft. Deposit Fire Department ................................................................................911
Greenville Fire Department..................................................................................911
Lowndes County Fire Department .......................................................................911
MEDICAL
Gem’s Ambulance - Emergency Number................................................... 383-9908
Poison Control ................................................................................... 800 462-0800
Coroner - Lowndes County ....................................................................... 288-6385
Emergystat Ambulance ............................................................................. 548-5000
Star Of Life Systems - Ambulance ............................................................ 376-9111
UTILITIES
Alabama Power .................................................................................. 800 888-2726
Pioneer Electric ......................................................................................... 382-6636
Greenville Water........................................................................................ 382-6661
Ft. Deposit Water ...................................................................................... 227-4331
McKenzie Water ........................................................................................ 374-2311
Georgiana Water ....................................................................................... 376-2555
Luverne Utilities ........................................................................................ 335-5308
Camellia Communications......................................................................... 371-3000
Bright House ............................................................................................. 567-4344
CenturyTel
Residential Service .......................................................................800-201-4099
Business Service ..........................................................................800-201-4102
BellSouth
Residential Service .......................................................................888-757-6500
Business Service ..........................................................................866-620-6000
MISC NUMBERS
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children ........................... 800 843-5678
Alabama Forestry - To Report Forest Fires ......................................... 800 392-5679
Alabama Employment Service
- Greenville .......................................................................................... 382-3128
- Montgomery ..................................................................................... 286-3700
Social Security Administration
- A to G................................................................................................ 223-7183
- H to O................................................................................................ 223-7217
- P to Z ................................................................................................ 223-7289
Alabama Line Location....................................................................... 800 292-8525
Suicide Prevention Hotline ................................................800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
Doing Business With Us
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Before calling, attempt to determine whether the trouble is with your telephone set
or with the local network. If you have more than one plug-in telephone, unplug the one
you were using when you noticed the problem. Then plug another phone into the same
outlet to see if the problem still exists. If it does not, the problem is probably with the
first phone. If telephones aren’t plugged-in, but you have more than one, try using another phone to determine whether problems are in the line or equipment.
After trying to locate the problem call our trouble line at 371-3000 to report a problem
with the line. When calling in a trouble report remember to have the telephone number,
name on the account, nature of the problem, and detailed directions to the home.
These items will help speed up the issuing of the trouble ticket.
If the problem is inside the home, the customer needs to make arrangements for
someone to be at home or for someone to meet our technician. Your trouble can be
reported 24 hours a day.
In the event service is interrupted due to malfunction of telephone equipment and not
by negligence or willful act of the customer, and it remains out of order for more than
48 consecutive hours after being reported and access is made available for repairs,
appropriate pro-rata adjustments shall be made to the customer upon request.
INSIDE WIRING MAINTENANCE PLAN
Inside Wiring Plan is an optional plan that covers the wiring inside the house. Normally the wiring is the responsibility of the customer. With the Inside Wire Plan, if anything should happen to the wiring, we would repair it for free. However, this plan only
covers normal wear of the wiring, not abuse.
BILLS & PAYMENTS
Your payment due date is located on
your bill. Your payment is considered
past due if not paid by that date. You
can mail your payment or pay your
bill at our local business office.
Want to save postage, checks and
time? You can - if you use Camellia's Direct Payment Option. We can
debit your checking or savings or we
can charge any major credit card for
the amount of your telephone bill.
You won't need stamps or checks,
and you'll save time. It's safe, free
and confidential.
AREA POST OFFICE
ZIP CODES
Brantley.........................36009
Chapman.......................36015
Dozier............................36028
Forest Home .................36030
Fort Deposit ..................36032
Georgiana......................36033
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CALLING OPTIONS
Camellia Communications offers to its customers two options for LATA-Wide calling.
These options are available to both business and residential customers. Customers
may choose the plan that best fits their calling patterns.
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Glenwood......................36034
Greenville ......................36037
Hayneville......................36040
Honoraville....................36042
Hope Hull ......................36043
Letohatchee ..................36047
Lowndesboro ................36752
Luverne.........................36049
McKenzie ......................36456
Minter ...........................36761
Petrey............................36062
Rutledge........................36071
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Selma............................36701
Tyler ..............................36785
Information
ALABAMA RELAY SERVICE
A person who is deaf, hard of hearing or may have a speech loss
and uses a TTY/TDD types his/her conversation using a text telephone
(TDD/TTY). A specially trained Communications Assistant (CA) relays
the message by reading the text message to the hearing person at the
other end. The CA then relays the hearing person’s spoken words by
typing them back to the TDD/TTY user.
Hearing Callers who wish to reach people who are deaf, hard of
hearing or speech disabled may simply dial 7-1-1 or dial 1-800-548-
OBSCENE OR HARASSING CALLS
If you receive obscene, harassing or threatening calls,
follow these suggestions:
1. Hang up at the first obscene word or if the caller doesn’t say anything
the second time you say hello.
2. Give no information such as your name and address until the caller
has been identified.
3. Advise your children to give no information to strangers. If you’re
not home, they should say, “Mother/Father can’t come to the
phone right now.”
4. If calls persist, call your telephone company representative,
or your police department.
It is a crime under both Alabama and Federal laws for anyone to make ob-
2547. Text telephone users mays also dial 7-1-1 or dial 1-800-548-
scene or harassing phone calls. These laws impose a possible prison sentence
2546. There is no charge for dialing 7-1-1, and all options available to
and/or a fine of not more than $500.
Alabama TRS users through existing 800 numbers will be available to
7-1-1 users. If you are having trouble dialing 7-1-1 to reach the TRS in
your area, please call your local telephone company.
Relay service is also available over the internet. Deaf, hard of hearing and speech disabled customers can simply go to www.relay.att.
com to be connected to a CA. Customers may also go to www.relay.att.
com/vrs to access video relay service, where a certified American Sign
Language (ASL) interpreter will relay your signed conversation to the
hearing party.
Telephone assistance is now available for people with speech disabilities. Speech-to-Speech service lets people with speech disabilities
communicate on the telephone by using their own voice or voice-as-
HOW TO
CALLS
HANDLE
TELEPHONE
SALES
Many people enjoy receiving calls at home offering them product information about products and services. When you receive a telephone sales call:
1. Find out who is calling.
2. If you think you may be interested, you can ask the caller to mail
information.
3. If you are not interested, just cut in and say so.
4. If you don’t want them to call back ask them to take you off their list.
If you want to reduce the number of at-home solicitation calls write to:
Telephone Preference Service
Direct Marketing Association
6 East 43rd Street
New York, NY 10017
sisted device through the help of a specially trained CA by dialing either
7-1-1 or 1-800-229-5746.
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Spanish Relay Service is available to Spanish speaking residents of
Link-up Alabama promotes telephone subscription to low income house
Alabama. TTY and voice users can dial the Spanish Relay Service for
holds by providing aid for the initial installation and connection charges as-
local calls in Alabama and state-to-state calls anywhere in the United
States, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. A Spanish
hearing caller may dial 1-800-855-2885 to reach Spanish deaf, hard of
sociated with telephone service. Applicants for Link-Up Alabama who meet the
state’s certification will receive one-half off the applicable service connections
charges, up to $30.00. The credit is toward non-recurring charges. For additional information, please contact the business office.
hearing or speech disabled, and Spanish text telephone users may dial
1-800-855-2884.
These services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and
enable people to place relay calls between Alabama and other locations anywhere in the United States and internationally to English and
LIFELINE CREDIT
To assist low income customers, a monthly $13.50 deduction is
available to those customers who participate in certain federal programs.
To find out if you qualify, come by or call the business office at 371-3000.
Spanish speaking persons. By law, each conversation is handled with
the strictest confidentiality. There is no additional charge to access the
Alabama Relay Service.
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calling features
CALL WAITING
Let’s you know someone is calling when you are using your telephone.
1. If you hear a beep and want to end first call, hang up. Your telephone
will immediately ring with second call.
2. To answer second call, press and release receiver button for a
half-second. First call will be put on “hold”, and you will be connected
to second call.
3. To return to first call, press and release receiver button again. You can
switch back and forth between two calls as you want.
CANCEL CALL WAITING
To temporarily Cancel Call Waiting before making a call:
1. Listen for dial tone.
2. Touch-tone phones dial
Rotary phones: Dial 1170.
3. Listen for second dial tone.
4. Dial the number you wish to reach.
*70
To temporarily Cancel Call Waiting while a call is in progress (you must
already subscribe to Call Waiting and Three-Way Calling):
1. Press receiver button for a half-second to put the call on hold.
2. Listen for dial tone.
3. Touch-tone phones dial
Rotary phones: Dial 1170.
4. Press receiver button for a half-second to return to original call.
*70
NOTE: You cannot Cancel Call Waiting while a call is in progress and a third
party is trying to reach you. Call Waiting automatically reactivates when you
hang up.
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Let’s you add a third person to your conversation.
1. Press and release receiver button to put your first call on “hold.”
You will hear three beeps, then the dial tone.
2. Dial the third person’s number. You can talk before adding
original caller.
3. To begin three-way conversation, press and release receiver button.
All three parties will be on the line.
NOTE: If the original party hangs up, you can add another third party by
repeating steps 1, 2 and 3. To disconnect the third party, press the receiver
button twice. You may then add a different third party. All parties are disconnected when you hang up.
CALL FORWARDING
Let’s you transfer incoming calls to any telephone you can call directly.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Dial the number that will be accepting your calls.
Listen for two short tones.
When called party answers, Call Forwarding is in effect.
If line is busy or no one answers, hang up and then repeat steps
1, 2 and 3. On second attempt, no answer is required.
6. Touch-Tone phone: To cancel Call Forwarding, dial
,
wait for two beeps and dial tone.
Rotary phone: To cancel Call Forwarding, dial 73, and wait for
two beeps and dial tone.
73#
SPEED CALLING
Let’s you reach frequently called numbers (local or long distance) by dialing only
one or two digits. Speed Calling is available in 8- or 30- number capacities.
To enter or change Speed Calling number:
1. For Speed Calling 8: Select a one-digit code (2 through 9).
For Speed Calling 30: Select a two-digit code (20 through 49).
2. For Speed Calling 8: Touch-Tone phones dial
Rotary phones: dial 74. Listen for dial tone.
For Speed Calling 30: Touch-Tone phones dial
Rotary phones: dial 75. Listen for dial tone.
3. Dial code you have selected and complete telephone number it will
represent (example: 2+1+800+555-1212).
Two beeps will confirm your entry.
4. To call numbers selected for Speed Calling, simply dial one- or
two-digit code (if you have Touch-Tone, add # symbol when you
dial code.)
74#
75#
NOTE: You must keep a list of your Speed Calling numbers.
TELEMARKETING
DO NOT DISTURB
Telemarketing Do Not Disturb allows subscribers to inform callers that they do
not want to receive telemarketing calls.
When Telemarketing Do Not Disturb service is active on a subscriber line,
calls terminating to the line receive an announcement stating that the line
does not accept calls from Telemarketers and the caller must press 1 to be
connected. If the caller presses 1, the call is completed to the line normally.
If the caller enters any other digit, the caller receives a busy tone.
To activate or deactivate Telemarketing Do Not Disturb service, the subscriber goes off hook, receives a dial tone, and then dials the activation or
deactivation code.
72#
, listen for dial tone.
1. Touch-Tone phones dial
Rotary phones: Dial 72, wait approximately 5 seconds
for dial tone.
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Activation code:
*78
Deactivation code:
*79
calling features
RINGMASTER
CUSTOMER ORIGINATED TRACE
Ringmaster allows you to have up to three telephone numbers with unique ringing patterns (and unique Call Waiting tones if you have the Call Waiting feature).
Allows you to initiate an automatic trace of the last call you received. Your telephone
company Annoyance Call Center will automatically receive a message containing the
phone number where the obscene or abusive call originated (if within the local service
area), plus the time and date of the call. It is necessary, however, to call the Annoyance
Call Center before the end of the next business day and report the date and time of the
calls to be investigated. Dial 371-3000, 8am to 4:30pm.
What Ringmaster does for you:
- Allows you to determine for whom a call is intended
(children’s number or parent’s number).
- Allows you to determine the type of call (business or personal).
- Provides many of the advantages of additional lines, but at a
fraction of the cost.
AUTO RECALL
Returns call to the last number that called you, whether or not you
answered the phone.
To use:
1. Listen for dial tone.
2. Press
, (1169 for rotary or dial pulse telephones).
3. If the line is not busy, listen for normal ringing; if line is busy,
listen for announcement, hang up, you will hear a special ring
(short-short-long ring cycle) when the line is free.
*69
AUTO CALL BACK
Automatically redials the last number you dialed.
To use:
1. Listen for dial tone.
2. Press
, (1166 for rotary phones).
3. If the line is not busy, listen for normal ringing; if line is busy,
listen for announcement, hang up, you will hear a special ring
(short- short- long ring cycle) when the line is free.
*66
*89, (1186 for rotary phones), then listen for
To cancel:
announcement.
NOTES:
Auto Recall and Auto Call Back will automatically attempt to place the call every minute for half an hour. When the line becomes free, you will hear a special ring (shortshort-long ring cycle). Pick up the receiver and the number you were calling will ring.
If you don’t pick up, in most areas, the special ring will be repeated every five minutes
for the remainder of the half hour, provided the line remains free.
Auto Recall and Auto Call Back are capable of monitoring more than one busy phone
number at a time. Your phone will signal you with a special ring when one of these
numbers becomes available; however, you will not be able to tell which of the numbers
it is. If you wish, you may cancel the special ring, but this cancels all of the numbers, which are monitored. If you use Auto Recall and Auto Call Back to recall a long
distance number, you will be billed for a long distance charge.
If you hear a recorded announcement that the call cannot be completed or a fast busy
signal, it will be for one of these reasons:
- The number you are trying to call back is not in the local service area.
- The number you’re trying to call back has activated Call Forwarding service.
To Use:
1. Hang up after receiving the abusive call.
2. Listen for a dial tone.
3. Press
(1157 for rotary phones), then listen for
announcement. Press 1.
4. Call the Annoyance Call Center at 371-3000.
*57
NOTES: - It is essential that the Customer Originated Trace action,
pressing
(or 1157), be done immediately after you hang up the phone
following the offending call. If you delay taking action and receive a subsequent call,
Customer Originated Trace will not trace the original number.
- When you use Customer Originated Trace, you will not be given the phone
number you are tracing or the person’s name. Should you desire to seek legal action, the
person’s number and name will be provided to law enforcement authorities.
- In case of an emergency, contact your local law enforcement agency.
The Annoyance Call Center must have two confirmed traces of the same number in
order to take further action. Therefore, it is important to activate Customer Originated
Trace each time an abusive call is received.
When calling the Annoyance Call Center, identify yourself as a Customer Originated
Trace customer. You will need to give time and date of the offending call. In the event
that a Call Waiting tone is received during a call that is to be traced, tracing will occur on
the Call Waiting number and not the current calling number.
*57
DISTINCTIVE RINGING
Screens incoming calls. You begin by making your list of up to four “selected”
numbers after accessing your Distinctive Ringing service. (See Making and
Changing Lists.) Your phone will signal you with a special ring (short-longshort ring cycle) when someone from your list is calling.
To Access Distinctive Ringing:
Press
, (1161 for rotary phones), then listen for instructions. To
add a phone number to your list, do the following:
1. Press # (12 for rotary or dial pulse telephones).
2. Dial the number then press #. To add the phone number of the last
call you received to your Distinctive Ringing list, even if you do not
know the number, see Making and Changing Lists.
*61
To Turn Off Distinctive Ringing Service:
Press
, (1181 for rotary telephones), then listen for announcement.
*81
NOTES: - This service also works when you’re talking on the phone, if you also subscribe to Call Waiting service. You’ll be able to identify incoming calls from your list,
because you will receive a special tone (3 beeps).
- While the numbers on your list provide a distinctive ring, there is not a separate
ring for each number. So when you hear the distinctive ring, you will not know which
one of the numbers is calling.
- If one of your numbers is also on your Call Block list, you must turn off Call Block
before using Distinctive Ringing for that number.
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calling features
SELECTIVE CALL ACCEPTANCE
MAKING AND CHANGING LISTS
Allows the customer to select up to ten phone numbers from which calls
are to be received. All other calls are routed to a recorded announcement
that informs the caller that you do not wish to receive his call. Selective Call
Acceptance takes precedence over Selective Call Rejection, Selective Call Forwarding, and Distinctive Ringing. If a calling number is not on the customer’s
list, no further screening is required.
The following describes how to make your lists of phone numbers when using
Selective Call Forwarding, Distinctive Ringing, Selective Call Acceptance and
Selective Call Rejection. The procedure is the same for all four services. You
will have a separate list for each service, and you may have up to ten phone
numbers on each list. You need not fill a list in order to use that service.
You will also receive recorded instructions when using each of the services;
however, you may dial during these instructions for faster service.
To Activate Selective Call Acceptance:
1. Press
, (1172 for rotary phones) then listen for
instructions. See Making and Changing Lists for further instructions.
2. To turn off Selective Call Acceptance, press
.
*64
*73
SELECTIVE CALL REJECTION
Allows you to block calls from up to ten numbers. You can either block
selected numbers ahead of time (See Making and Changing Lists), or block
repeat calls. In either case, the caller is rerouted to a recorded message and
your phone does not ring. You always begin by accessing your Selective Call
Rejection service.
To Access Your Selective Call Rejection Service:
Press
, (or 1160 for rotary or dial pulse telephones), then listen
for instructions.
*60
To Add The Last Calling Party After Receiving An Unwanted Call
(You Don’t Know The Number):
1. Press # (or 12 for rotary phones)
2. Dial
. Numbers which have been added to your list using
this method, will be termed “private entries” when your list is reviewed.
01#
To Turn Off Your Selective Call Rejection Service:
Press
(1180 for rotary phones), then listen for announcement.
*80
SELECTIVE CALL FORWARDING
Allows you to select another telephone number where calls are to be forwarded, and then limits the forwarded calls to just the numbers on your Selective
Call Forwarding list. You begin by making your list of up to 10 ‘preferred’
numbers after accessing your Selective Call Forwarding service. (See Making
and Changing Lists)
To Access Selective Call Forwarding Service:
Press
, (1163 for rotary phones), then listen for instructions.
*63
Note: After accessing your Selective Call Forwarding service you must either
enter or confirm the number to which you want your calls forwarded.
To Add A Phone Number To Your List:
1. Press # (12 for rotary phones)
2. Dial the number, then press # to add the phone number of the last
call you received to your Selective Call list.
3. To forward a list even if you do not know the number.
(See Making and Changing Lists).
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To Turn Off Selective Call Forwarding:
Press
, (1183 for rotary phones),
then listen for announcement.
*83
Attention: The first step when making any list additions or changes is to access that particular service by dialing the access code.
To Put A Phone Number On Your List:
1. Press # (12 for rotary or dial pulse telephones)
2. Dial the number, then press #.
To Put Phone Number Of Last Call You Receive On Your List:
1. Press # (12 for rotary phones)
2. Dial 01, then press #. Numbers which have been added to your list
using this method, will be termed “private entries” when your list
is reviewed.
To Hear The Phone Numbers On Your List You Must:
Dial 1. You may dial 07 immediately after hearing a number to remove that
number from your list. However, you will not be able to hear the numbers of
your ‘private entries,’ numbers that have been added without your knowing
the number (for example, if you had, at some point added the last calling
party). Private entries can be removed only as a group, by dialing 09.
To Remove A Phone Number From Your List:
1. Press * (11 for rotary phones).
2. Dial the number, then press *.
3. You will not be able to hear the numbers of your “private entries”,
numbers that have been added without your knowing the number
(for example, if you had, at some point, added the last calling party.)
Private entries can be removed only as a group, by dialing 09.
To Hear The Instructions Repeated, Dial 0.
NOTES:
If you hear a recorded announcement that the number cannot be put on your
list, it will be for one of the following reasons:
- You tried to enter an invalid or non-working phone number.
- You tried to enter a number that is outside the local service area.
- You tried to enter your own phone number.
WARM LINES
Allows you to call a pre-designated number or emergency service by simply
lifting the handset. Also, if you accidentally leave the phone off the hook, it
will call a pre-designated number.
calling features
CALLER ID SERVICE
Camellia Communications offers several options for Caller ID Service. Caller
ID Service can show you the number or the name and number depending on
which service you choose. Our advanced feature of Caller ID Deluxe will even
show you the information when you are on the phone with another caller. The
Caller ID features require a Caller ID box, or telephone with these capabilties. Caller ID comes with a feature that can be activated to block out private
numbers from calling your home.
*77Activates the Block
*87Deactivates the Block.
Note: None of the Family Violence shelters or police lines in Alabama have Caller
ID Service. If you don’t want your number and/or name delivered to someone
who has Caller ID, please refer to Per Call Number Delivery Blocking.
Caller ID Information for:
Camellia Communications Customers
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued new rules and policies regarding Calling Number Identification Service (Caller ID). The new rules
became effective December 1, 1995. Caller ID shows the calling party’s telephone
number to the called party by way of a number identification device. These rules
require the telephone company to transmit the calling party’s telephone number
to the called party on all interstate calls and to allow the customer to choose not
to send this information on a call by call basis.
If you do not wish to have your telephone number revealed to the individual
you are calling, you must first dial *67 from a touch tone telephone or 1167
from a rotary telephone before placing your call. Outlined below is information you should know about Caller ID:
Your telephone number will be automatically sent to the called party unless
you dial *67 before you dial the called number.
This new service is available on all call by call basis by dialing *67 or 1167
followed immediately by the number you want to reach.
You do not have to call the telephone company to activate this feature. It has
been activated in the network for all customers.
There will be no charge for the use of this feature.
Remember, do not hang up. After you dial either *67 or 1167, simply continue to dial the number you want to reach.
If you dial a 1-800 number, the telephone number that you are calling from
will be revealed to the called party since 1-800 numbers are toll free numbers
and are paid for by the 800 service provider. Your calling number will be
revealed to the 800 service provider even if you dial *67 or 1167.
NOTE REGARDING CALLER ID SERVICE:
Non-published or non-listed numbers may be unable to complete calls to
some numbers. Some people have a feature on their phone that won’t accept
a call from a non-published or non-listed number because it won’t show on
their Caller ID.
If your number is non-published or non-listed and you can’t complete a call,
it is probably because the person you are calling will not accept calls that
won’t show on their Caller ID.
If you wish to complete a call to a customer with this feature, Dial *82 before
you place the call. This allows your number to appear on their Caller ID box.
If you need further information, please call us at 371-3000.
PER CALL NUMBER DELIVERY BLOCKING
Enables you to prevent your telephone number from being displayed on the
Caller ID unit of the person you are calling. The feature is activated by dialing
the Per Call Blocking code and must be activated on a per call basis every
time you want your number blocked from display.
To Activate:
1. Lift the receiver
2. Listen for dial tone
3. Press
, (Dial 1167 for rotary phones)
4. Listen for confirmation tone followed by dial tone
5. Dial the desired telephone number
If the person you are calling has a Caller ID unit, they will see a display such
as “Private #” or “P”, depending on the particular Caller ID unit.
*67
TOLL RESTRICT WITH PIN
Toll Restrict with PIN is a feature where the customer is allowed to have long
distance through the use of an access code or personal identification number.
The PIN can be from 1 to 7 digits long and can be changed at any time by the
customer.
To Change The Pin:
1. Pick up the phone and get a dial tone. Dial *12 for a touch-tone,
or 1112 for a rotary phone.
2. Dial the old PIN. When the customer first adds this feature, their
PIN will be 7777#.
3. Dial the new PIN, if the PIN is less than 7 digits it must be followed
by the #.
4. Dial the new PIN again followed by the #.
5. Dial 1 and then the number you are calling.
Note: If the old PIN dialed by the customer does not match the PIN stored
for that phone number, or if the PIN is incorrect; a busy signal will be given
to the customer. The new PIN is not changed unless the customer enters it
correctly twice.
Note: Toll Restrict with PIN does not work with most home alarm systems.
To Place A Long Distance Call:
1. Pick up the phone and get a dial tone. Dial *13 on a touch-tone phone,
or 1113 on a rotary phone.
2. Dial in your private PIN number. It can be from 1-7 digits long.
If the PIN is less than 7 digits long, it must be followed by the # sign.
3. Dial 1 and then the long distance number.
NOTE: If the call you are trying to make is an area calling call, you must dial a
1 before dialing the seven digit number for the call to be completed.
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calling features
VOICE MAILBOX
ACCESSING YOUR MAILBOX
TO RETRIEVE MESSAGES
ACCESSING YOUR SUB-MAILBOX
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Ê UÊ Press 1 - New messages.
Ê UÊ Press 2 - Saved Messages
Ê UÊ Press * - Return to main menu.
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1. Press 1 - Play or re-play message.
2. Press 2 - Save message and go to next.
3. Press 3 - Delete message and go to the next.
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Don't hang up. Follow the voice prompts to listen to the messages.
Once you have played the message you deleted,
4. Press 4 - Save message as new.
5. Press 5 - Reply to a message. (1)
6. Press 6 - Forward message. (1)
7. Press 7 - Skip back three seconds.
8. Press 8 - Pause or continue message.
9. Press 9 - Skip forward three seconds.
10. Press * - Return to main menu
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1. Press 2 - Change your password.
2. Enter new password, followed by the # key.
The password is any series of up to 16 digits you choose.
You will be unable to access your mailbox without this
password, so be sure to choose one you remember.
3. To verify, Enter your password, followed by the # key.
1. Dial Access Number (334) 371-8255
Then Either:
-Press # if calling from the phone your voice mail is assigned to,
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-If using Auto Login and accessing from your home phone no
entry is required,
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-Enter your telephone number, if calling from a remote phone.
2. If requested, Enter your password, followed by the # key.
Your password will be a default of four zeros (0000) until you change it.
3. Main Menu: Press 1 to retrieve messages, Press 3 to send, Press 7
for current date and time, or Press 9 for mailbox setup.
1. Follow step 1 from above.
2 a. If you are the Group Administrator and wish to record a group
greeting, Press * to access the Group Greeting Menu. A voice
prompt will guide you through those steps.
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b. Enter your sub-mailbox number.
3. If requested, Enter your password, followed by the # key.
Your password will be a default of four zeros (0000) until you change it.
4. Main Menu: Press 1 to retrieve messages, Press 5 to hear which
sub-mailboxes have new messages, or Press 9 for mailbox setup.
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Ê UÊ Press 3 - Notification Options. (1)
Ê UÊ Press 4 - Disable/Enable Auto-Login
Ê UÊ Press * - Return to main menu.
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a different greeting # each time.
Ê UÊ Press 5 - Pick a new greeting. Then choose the greeting you
wish to become active.
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CAMELLIA COMMUNICATIONS
BUSINESS OFFICES
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Greenville, AL 36037
334-371-3000
BUSINESS HOURS:
Monday-Friday
8am to 4:30pm
www.camelliacom.com
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
INTERNET SERVICES
The Internet is like a vast road map through which you can navigate to
access and share unlimited stores of information, exchange email and participate in group discussions. In a very real way the Internet electronically
connects you to the world.
Camellia Internet Offers:
,OCAL#ONNECT By offering a local number to access the Internet,
you save the cost of long distance charges.
$EPENDABLE3ERVICE There are multiple servers and routers that are
supported with uninterruptible power supply, which are monitored
24 hours a day.
&ULL3UPPORTWe provide a full-service technical support help line.
The line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have a local
number to dial to reach technical support.
Camellia Dial-Up Service
Our dial-up rates are competitive with other Internet providers. There is a one
time set up fee of $20 to have your account activated. The monthly fee is $14.95 a
month for unlimited service. Each account includes technical support, seven email
addresses, and 20 MB of Web space.
Camellia DSL Services
DSL, digital subscriber line, is a high speed, continuous connect to the Internet.
An additional cost not included in the installation fee is the cost of a compatible
modem and/or an Ethernet card if your computer was not purchased with one. The
modem can be purchased from an outside source or purchased from our company.
Free technical support can be reached at our support line at 371-6100.
INSTALLATION CHARGES
Camellia Communications is offering a free installation for a limited introductory period. Installation charges are billed on the customer’s first phone bill. These
charges can vary depending on the type of work required. If the customer already
has jacks and everything is working properly, the customer is billed the minimum
charge of $25.
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Camellia Communications bills a monthly 911 charge in behalf of your County
E911 Board. Each new applicant must be able to provide us with their E911
address. Existing customers must be able to give us a new E911 address in the
event that they move to a new location.
Lowndes County: $2.50
Butler County: $2.00
HOW TO MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR PHONE
To make any changes over the phone, the person calling must be able to provide the social security number of the customer. It is for the customer’s protection, so that no unauthorized changes can be made to your phone.
DIAL DIRECT & SAVE
It costs less when you dial a long distance call yourself. Collect, Calling Card
and coin phone calls require the services of an operator. So do requests for timeand-charges and calls billed to a third number. Calling person-to-person always
costs the most.
LOOK IN THE BOOK
Telephone Directories are provided to customers to facilitate the use of
telephone service. One directory per access line is provided free of charge. Additional directories may be obtained at our business office. Take your telephone
directory with you when you move to save time when calling friends or business
associates. Use your directory to avoid paying Directory Assistance Charges. One
directory is mailed to your billing address. Additional local directories may be
obtained at your local business office for each additional phone at no charge.
CREDIT FOR POOR CONNECTIONS
If you have a poor connection or are cut off on a long distance call, both parties should hang up. If you made the call, tell the operator and ask to be reconnected. You will get an adjustment.
CUSTOMER DEPOSIT POLICY
A credit check is run on each new applicant to determine if a deposit is required
from the applicant. Deposits are refunded at the end of one year if all bills have
been paid on or before the 10th of the month. This deposit is refunded on the customer’s account and will show as a credit to their account. Deposits may be held
indefinitely on any customer with a history of slow pay, bad check or bad credit.
RETURNED CHECK POLICY
We have the right to deny checks from any customer that establishes a pattern
of writing returned checks. If we decide to refuse your check, you will receive a
written notice sent certified mail. You may re-establish credit by paying twelve
consecutive bills by the tenth of the month.
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alabama’s “do not call” register
Here’s What You Should Know About Alabama’s Do-Not-Call Register...
The law requires that a register of RESIDENTIAL telephone subscribers in
Alabama who do not want to receive telephone solicitations be maintained
by the Alabama Public Service Commission. Business telephone subscribers
UÊ Solicitations for the sale of cable television services.
UÊ Solicitations for some types of business-to-business sales.
UÊ Solicitations for sales or advertising in a catalog, periodical, or magazine
are not eligible for inclusion on the register. This register is made available to
of the seller’s merchandise or ad purchasers, merchandise to
commercial telephone sellers subject to Alabama’s Do-Not-Call law.
prospective purchasers.
Will this mean no more phone solicitations? NO. Alabama’s Do-Not-Call
law prohibits some solicitors from calling you at home once they have your
name. However, many groups and organizations can still call you without
violating state law because they are exempt from this law. The law spells out
25 categories of people and/or organizations that can still legally call your
UÊ Solicitations for maintenance or repair contracts for goods that were
bought from the solicitor.
UÊ Solicitations from a telephone company or utility company regulated by
the Alabama Public Service Commission.
home even if you’re on the Do-Not-Call Register. The types of telemarketing
UÊ Solicitations for funeral services.
calls that are exempt from the Do-Not-Call law include but are not limited to
UÊ Solicitations from a licensed commercial telephone seller.
the following*:
UÊ An issuer or a subsidiary of an issuer that has a class of securities
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of repeated transactions.
UÊ Calls for religious, charitable, political, educational or other
noncommercial purposes or someone soliciting for a nonprofit
corporation, including rural electric cooperatives.
UÊ Calls from anyone who doesn’t intend to complete a sale during the call
or who doesn’t make the major sales presentation during the call. Also,
anyone who doesn’t complete the sales presentation during the call but
who completes the sales presentation at a follow-up meeting.
UÊ Solicitations from any licensed securities, commodities, or investment
broker, dealer, or investment adviser.
UÊ Solicitations from any licensed associated person of a securities, com
modities, or investment broker, dealer, or investment adviser, when
soliciting with in the scope of his or her license.
UÊ Solicitations for the sale of a newspaper, periodical, or magazine
UÊ Solicitations for a book, video, or record club or contractual plan
or arrangement.
UÊ Solicitations from a commercial bank, trust company, savings and loan
association, mutual savings bank, credit union, industrial loan company,
subject to Section 12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
(15 U.S.C. Section 781).
UÊ Solicitations for telephone answering services.
UÊ Solicitations for transactions regulated by the Commodity Futures
Trading Commission.
UÊ Solicitations for the sale of food or produce if for less that $500.
UÊ Solicitations to consumers who have an existing business relationship
with the caller.
UÊ Solicitations from a retail business in operation for at least a year
whose products or services are offered for sale at the place of business.
UÊ Solicitations for vacation time-sharing plans.
UÊ Solicitations from a telemarketing company with 75% of its contracts
to exempt entities.
UÊ Solicitations for the sale of an annual publication of notable individuals.
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entities. The list provided here for your information does not serve as a
legal definition of commercial telephone sellers that are not subject to
Alabama’s Do-Not-Call law.
consumer finance leader, commercial finance lender, or insurer.
UÊ Solicitations from any licensed insurance broker, agent, customer
representative, or solicitor.
It’s free...currently there is no charge for residential subscribers to be
included on Alabama’s Do-Not-Call Register. Enrollment becomes effective 60
days after the first day of the succeeding month after sign-up. Your name will
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remain on the register for two years unless you ask to be removed. Also, you
should notify the PSC if you change your phone number and/or address or if
you add any phone numbers at your home.
alabama’s “do not call” register
Other things you can do to reduce solicitations:
Under the National Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations also give you
some rights regarding telephone solicitations:
1. You can tell a solicitor not to call you again. This must be done every time a different solicitor or organization calls you.
2. Once you ask a solicitor not to call you, he is required to keep your name on a list for 10 years. The solicitor is not to call you during this time as long
as you have the same phone number and address.
3. Telephone solicitors are not supposed to call your home before 8:00 AM of after 9:00 PM.
4. Solicitors are required to tell you who they are and whose behalf they are calling. They must also provide the phone number and/or address where you
can reach the person or entity they are calling for.
5. Also, you can contact the Telephone Preference Service of the Direct Marketing Association, which publishes a national list of people who do not want
to receive phone solicitations. To get on this list, send your name, area code and phone number plus your address to:
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This list remains in effect for five years, after which you must again request to be included if you want to stay on the list.
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Please fill out the form in its entirety. Please list only one First and Last name. Be sure to give a complete address and phone number, including a valid area
code. The form will not be processed if all items are not complete. For multiple phone numbers, please fill out a separate form for each.
(Each household member need not register. Register each of your residential phone numbers.)
Please complete the entire form below to enroll on the list. The information given should be for your ALABAMA RESIDENTIAL PHONE as it appears on your
phone bill.
First Name:_______________________________ Middle Initial:________ Last Name:________________________________
Street Address:_________________________________________________________________________________________
City:_______________________________________________ State:________________ Zip Code:_____________________
Please enter your area code AND phone number separated by hyphens.
Example: (999-999-9999)
___________________________________________________
I had read and understand that some companies are exempt and may still call me.
___________________________________________________
Signature
________________________
Date
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SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. MAP
AREA CODE SPEED YOUR LONG DISTANCE
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For faster long distance calling, United States and Canada have been divided into many telephone areas, each identified by a
three-figure area code. Dial the Area Code even if it is the same as the area you are calling from. Providing the Area Code on
long distance calls placed with the Operator helps your call get through faster. For example, on a call to Chicago say, “I want Area
Code 312, 555-2388.” When you ask someone to call you back from another telephone area, always include your Area Code as
part of your telephone number.
U.S. AREA CODE MAP
LONG DISTANCE SERVICE ACCESS CODES
ONE PLUS DIALING
Long Distance calls that cross LATA boundaries are handled by companies other than South
Central Bell. For billing purposes, the network equipment recognizes the access code of the long
distance company you’re using based on the digits you dial at the beginning of each call.
Station-to-Station calls billed to the telephone you are calling from:
CHOOSING A LONG DISTANCE COMPANY
Customers in this area have the option of selecting a “preferred” long distance company for their
“1+” and “0+” calling to points outside their Camellia Communications Calling Zones.
PAY TELEPHONE DIALING
Calling procedures for pay telephones vary, so pay telephone users should check the instructions posted on the telephone.
COMPANY CODE DIALING
You do not necessarily have to use the services of your preferred long distance company.
Instead you can use company code dialing. Here’s how: Dial the access code of the long distance
company you wish to use. Then dial 1+ the area code, the phone number for a direct dialed
call or 0 + the area code, the phone number for a 0 + call. Your call will be routed through the
company you have selected.
4OCALLWITHIN!LABAMA
Dial “1” then 334, 205, 256 or 251 then the telephone number.
4OCALLOUTSIDE!LABAMA
Dial “1” then the distant area code and telephone number.
ZERO PLUS DIALING
Person-to-Person, Collect, Credit Card and Calls Charged to another number:
4OCALLWITHIN!LABAMA
Dial “0” then 205, 334, 256 or 251 then the telephone number.
4OCALLOUTSIDE!LABAMA
Dial “0” then the distant area code and telephone number.
%XAMPLES
Person-to-Person - give the name of the person you are calling.
Collect Call - say “Collect” then give your name.
Credit Card Call - say “Credit Card Call” then give your credit card number.
Calls charged to another number - say “Bill this call to
(give the area code and number.)”
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numerical listings
201 ..... New Jersey+
202 ..... Dist. of Columbia
203 ..... Connecticut
204 ..... MANITOBA
205 ..... Alabama
206 ..... Washington
207 ..... Maine
208 ..... Idaho
209 ..... California
210 ..... Texas
212 ..... New York+
213 ..... California
214 ..... Texas+
215 ..... Pennsylvania+
216 ..... Ohio
217 ..... Illinois
218 ..... Minnesota
219 ..... Indiana
224 ..... Illinois+
225 ..... Louisiana
(226) .. ONTARIO+
(227) .. Maryland+#
228 ..... Mississippi
229 ..... Georgia
231 ..... Michigan
234 ..... Ohio+
239 ..... Florida
240 ..... Maryland+
242 ..... BAHAMAS
246 ..... BARBADOS
248 ..... Michigan+
250 ..... BRIT. COLUMBIA
251 ..... Alabama
252 ..... North Carolina
253 ..... Washington
254 ..... Texas
256 ..... Alabama
260 ..... Indiana
262 ..... Wisconsin
264 ..... ANGUILLA
267 ..... Pennsylvania+
268 ..... ANTIGUA
269 ..... Michigan
270 ..... Kentucky
276 ..... Virginia
281 ..... Texas+
(283) .. Ohio+#
284 ..... BRIT. VIRGIN ISL.
289 ..... ONTARIO+
301 ..... Maryland+
302 ..... Delaware
303 ..... Colorado+
304 ..... West Virginia
305 ..... Florida+
306 ..... SASKATCHEWAN
307 ..... Wyoming
308 ..... Nebraska
309 ..... Illinois
310 ..... California
312 ..... Illinois
313 ..... Michigan
314 ..... Missouri
315 ..... New York
316 ..... Kansas
317 ..... Indiana
318 ..... Louisiana
319 ..... Iowa
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320 ..... Minnesota
321 ..... [email protected]
323 ..... California
325 ..... Texas
330 ..... Ohio+
(331) .. Illinois+#
334 ..... Alabama
336 ..... North Carolina
337 ..... Louisiana
339 ..... Massachusetts+
340 ..... U.S. Virgin Islands
(341) .. California#
345 ..... CAYMAN ISLANDS
347 ..... New York+
351 ..... Massachusetts+
352 ..... Florida
360 ..... Washington
361 ..... Texas
(369) .. California#
(380) .. Ohio+#
(385) .. Utah#
386 ..... Florida
401 ..... Rhode Island
402 ..... Nebraska
403 ..... ALBERTA
404 ..... Georgia+
405 ..... Oklahoma
406 ..... Montana
407 ..... Florida+
408 ..... California
409 ..... Texas
410 ..... Maryland+
412 ..... Pennsylvania+
413 ..... Massachusetts
414 ..... Wisconsin
415 ..... California
416 ..... ONTARIO+
417 ..... Missouri
418 ..... QUÉBEC
419 ..... Ohio
423 ..... Tennessee
(424) .. California#
425 ..... Washington
430 ..... Texas+
432 ..... Texas
434 ..... Virginia
435 ..... Utah
(438) .. QUEBEC+
440 ..... Ohio
441 ..... BERMUDA
(442) .. California#
443 ..... Maryland+
450 ..... QUÉBEC
456 ..... Inbound Int’l Data
(464) .. Illinois+#
469 ..... Texas+
(470) .. Georgia+#
473 ..... GRENADA
(475) .. Connecticut+#
478 ..... Georgia
479 ..... Arkansas
480 ..... Arizona
484 ..... Pennsylvania+
500 ..... Pers. Comm. Svcs.
501 ..... Arkansas
502 ..... Kentucky
503 ..... Oregon%
504 ..... Louisiana
505 ..... New Mexico
506 ..... NEW BRUNSWICK
507 ..... Minnesota
508 ..... Massachusetts+
509 ..... Washington
510 ..... California
512 ..... Texas
513 ..... Ohio
514 ..... QUÉBEC+
515 ..... Iowa
516 ..... New York
517 ..... Michigan
518 ..... New York
519 ..... ONTARIO+
520 ..... Arizona
530 ..... California
540 ..... Virginia
541 ..... Oregon
551 ..... New Jersey+
(557) .. Missouri+#
559 ..... California
561 ..... Florida
562 ..... California
563 ..... Iowa
(564) .. Washington+#
567 ..... Ohio+
570 ..... Pennsylvania
571 ..... Virginia+
573 ..... Missouri
574 ..... Indiana
580 ..... Oklahoma
585 ..... New York
586 ..... Michigan
600 ..... CANADA
601 ..... Mississippi+
602 ..... Arizona
603 ..... New Hampshire
604 ..... BRIT. COLUMBIA%
605 ..... South Dakota
606 ..... Kentucky
607 ..... New York
608 ..... Wisconsin
609 ..... New Jersey
610 ..... Pennsylvania+
612 ..... Minnesota
613 ..... ONTARIO
614 ..... Ohio
615 ..... Tennessee
616 ..... Michigan
617 ..... Massachusetts+
618 ..... Illinois
619 ..... California
620 ..... Kansas
623 ..... Arizona
626 ..... California
(627) .. California#
(628) .. California#
630 ..... Illinois
631 ..... New York
636 ..... Missouri
641 ..... Iowa
646 ..... New York+
647 ..... ONTARIO+
649 ..... TURKS & CAICOS
650 ..... California
651 ..... Minnesota
(657) .. California#
660 ..... Missouri
661 ..... California
662 ..... Mississippi
664 ..... MONTSERRAT
(667) .. Maryland+
(669) .. California#
670 ..... C.N.M.I. (U.S. Pac.)
671 ..... Guam (U.S. Pacific)
678 ..... Georgia+
(679) .. Michigan+#
682 ..... Texas+
684 ..... American Samoa
(689) .. [email protected]#
700 ..... SPECIAL SVCS
701 ..... North Dakota
702 ..... Nevada
703 ..... Virginia+
704 ..... North Carolina+
705 ..... ONTARIO
706 ..... Georgia
707 ..... California
708 ..... Illinois
709 ..... NEWFOUNDLAND
710 ..... U.S. Gov’t
712 ..... Iowa
713 ..... Texas+
714 ..... California
715 ..... Wisconsin
716 ..... New York
717 ..... Pennsylvania
718 ..... New York+
719 ..... Colorado
720 ..... Colorado+
724 ..... Pennsylvania+
727 ..... Florida
731 ..... Tennessee
732...... New Jersey+
734 ..... Michigan
(737) .. Texas+#
740 ..... Ohio
(747) .. California#
754 ..... Florida+
757 ..... Virginia
758 ..... ST. LUCIA
760 ..... California
763 ..... Minnesota
(764) .. California#
765 ..... Indiana
767 ..... DOMINICA
(769) .. Mississippi+
770 ..... Georgia+
772 ..... Florida
773 ..... Illinois
774 ..... Massachusetts+
775 ..... Nevada
778 ..... BRIT. COLUMBIA%
(779) .. Illinois+
780 ..... ALBERTA
781 ..... Massachusetts+
784 ..... ST. VINCENT
785 ..... Kansas
786 ..... Florida+
787 ..... Puerto Rico+
800 ..... Toll-free
801 ..... Utah
802 ..... Vermont
803 ..... South Carolina
804 ..... Virginia
805 ..... California
806 ..... Texas
807 ..... ONTARIO
808 ..... Hawaii
809 ..... DOMINICAN REP.+
810 ..... Michigan
812 ..... Indiana
813 ..... Florida
814 ..... Pennsylvania
815 ..... Illinois
816 ..... Missouri
817 ..... Texas+
818 ..... California
819 ..... QUÉBEC
(822) .. future Toll-free
828 ..... North Carolina
(829) .. DOMINICAN REP.+
830 ..... Texas
831 ..... California
832 ..... Texas+
(833) .. future Toll-free
(835) .. Pennsylvania+#
843 ..... South Carolina
(844) .. future Toll-free
845 ..... New York
847 ..... Illinois+
848 ..... New Jersey+
850 ..... Florida
(855) .. future Toll-free
856 ..... New Jersey
857 ..... Massachusetts+
858 ..... California
859 ..... Kentucky
860 ..... Connecticut
862 ..... New Jersey+
863 ..... Florida
864 ..... South Carolina
865 ..... Tennessee
866 ..... Toll-free
867 ..... YUKON TERR.
867 ..... NUNAVUT
867 ..... N.W. TERR.
868 ..... TRINIDAD
869 ..... ST. KITTS & NEVIS
870 ..... Arkansas
(872) .. Illinois+#
876 ..... JAMAICA
877 ..... Toll-free
878 ..... Pennsylvania+
888 ..... Toll-free
900 ..... PREMIUM SVCS
901 ..... Tennessee
902 ..... NOVA SCOTIA
902 ..... PRINCE EDW. ISL.
903 ..... Texas+
904 ..... Florida
905 ..... ONTARIO
906 ..... Michigan
907 ..... Alaska
908 ..... New Jersey
909 ..... California
910 ..... North Carolina
912 ..... Georgia
913 ..... Kansas
914 ..... New York
915 ..... Texas
916 ..... California
917 ..... New York+
918...... Oklahoma
919 ..... North Carolina+#
920 ..... Wisconsin
925 ..... California
928 ..... Arizona
931 ..... Tennessee
(935) .. California#
936 ..... Texas
937 ..... Ohio
939 ..... Puerto Rico+
940 ..... Texas
941 ..... Florida
947 ..... Michigan+
949 ..... California
951 ..... California
952 ..... Minnesota
954 ..... Florida+
956 ..... Texas
(959) .. Connecticut+#
970 ..... Colorado
971 ..... Oregon%
972 ..... Texas+
973 ..... New Jersey+
(975) .. Missouri+#
978 ..... Massachusetts+
979 ..... Texas
980 ..... North Carolina+
(984) .. North Carolina+#
985 ..... Louisiana
989 ..... Michigan
OVERLAY AREAS:
FL ............................... 305 & 786
.............407 & 321 (& 689#)@
............................... 954 & 754
GA............................... 404 & 678
............................... 770 & 678
IL ............................ 815 (& 779)
............................... 847 & 224
MD.............................. 301 & 240
............................... 410 & 443
MA .............................. 508 & 774
............................... 617 & 857
............................... 781 & 339
............................... 978 & 351
MI ............................... 248 & 947
MS ........................... 601 (& 769)
NJ ............................... 201 & 551
............................... 732 & 848
............................... 973 & 862
NY.................... 212 & 646 & 917
.................... 718 & 347 & 917
NC............................... 714 & 980
OH............................... 330 & 234
............................... 419 & 567
OR............................503 & 971%
PA ............................... 215 & 267
............................... 412 & 878
............................... 610 & 484
............................... 724 & 878
TX .................... 214 & 972 & 469
.................... 713 & 281 & 832
............................... 817 & 682
............................... 903 & 430
VA ............................... 703 & 571
BC ............................604 & 778%
ON............................... 416 & 647
............................ 519 (& 226)
............................... 905 & 289
QC............................ 514 (& 438)
PR............................... 787 & 939
Dominican Republic. 809 (& 829)
NOTES:
*: area code split planned (old‰new)
+: overlay, present or planned
%: concentrated overlay (some areas use
only old code)
#: activation date under review (some of
these codes may eventually be reassigned
to other locations)
@: 321 is the non-overlay code for the
Space Coast area, but also an overlay of
the 407 area around Orlando.
American Samoa changed from international country code 684 (i.e., 011-684)
to domestic area code 684 (i.e., 1-684),
effective October 2, 2004. Consult your
long-distance carrier for applicable rates.
u.s. area codes
ALABAMA
Alabaster......................... 205
Albertville........................ 256
Alexander City................. 256
Andalusia ........................ 334
Anniston.......................... 256
Arab ................................ 256
Ashville ........................... 205
Athens............................. 256
Auburn............................ 334
Bay Minette..................... 251
Birmingham .................... 205
Boaz................................ 256
Brent ............................... 205
Brewton .......................... 251
Butler .............................. 205
Calera.............................. 205
Camden........................... 334
Clanton............................ 205
Cullman........................... 256
Daleville .......................... 334
Decatur ........................... 256
Demopolis....................... 334
Dothan ............................ 334
Enterprise........................ 334
Eufaula............................ 334
Eutaw.............................. 205
Florala ............................. 334
Florence .......................... 256
Fort Payne....................... 256
Gadsden.......................... 256
Greensboro ..................... 334
Greenville........................ 334
Grove Hill ........................ 251
Guntersville..................... 256
Hamilton ......................... 205
Huntsville........................ 256
Jackson........................... 251
Lafayette ......................... 334
Linden............................. 334
Livingston ....................... 205
Melvin ............................. 251
Mobile............................. 251
Monroeville ..................... 251
Montgomery ................... 334
Moulton .......................... 256
Moundville ...................... 205
Oneonta .......................... 205
Opp ................................. 334
Ozark............................... 334
Pell City........................... 205
Phenix City...................... 334
Piedmont ........................ 256
Pine Apple....................... 251
Prattville.......................... 334
Roanoke.......................... 334
Rockford ......................... 256
Russellville...................... 256
Scottsboro ...................... 256
Selma.............................. 334
Stevenson ....................... 256
Sulligent.......................... 205
Talladega......................... 256
Tallassee ......................... 334
Thomasville..................... 334
Troy................................. 334
Tuscaloosa ...................... 205
Tuskegee......................... 334
Union Springs................. 334
ALASKA........................... 907
ARIZONA
Flagstaff .......................... 928
Phoenix area:
central Phoenix ............... 602
Glendale, western............ 623
Scottsdale, eastern.......... 480
Tucson ............................ 520
Yuma............................... 928
ARKANSAS
Ft. Smith ......................... 479
Jonesboro....................... 870
Little Rock....................... 501
Pine Bluff ........................ 870
CALIFORNIA
Anaheim.......................... 714
Bakersfield ...................... 661
Chico............................... 530
Chula Vista...................... 619
Concord .......................... 925
Davis............................... 530
Death Valley .................... 760
Escondido ....................... 760
Eureka............................. 707
Fairfield ........................... 707
Fresno............................. 559
Irvine............................... 949
La Jolla ........................... 858
Lake Tahoe...................... 530
Livermore........................ 925
Los Angeles County:
downtown L.A................. 213
Burbank .......................... 818
Glendale.......................... 818
Hollywood....................... 323
Inglewood ....................... 323
Lancaster ........................ 661
Long Beach..................... 562
Malibu............................. 310
Palmdale ......................... 661
Pasadena ........................ 626
San Fernando.................. 818
San Gabriel ..................... 626
San Pedro ....................... 310
Santa Clarita.................... 661
Santa Monica .................. 310
Torrance.......................... 310
Van Nuys......................... 818
Whittier ........................... 562
Marin County .................. 415
Modesto.......................... 209
Monterey......................... 831
Napa................................ 707
Oakland........................... 510
Oceanside ....................... 760
Orange Co. (north)........... 714
Orange Co. (south) .......... 949
Palm Springs .................. 760
Redding .......................... 530
Riverside......................... 951
Sacramento..................... 916
San Bernardino ............... 909
San Diego ....................... 619
San Francisco ................. 415
San Jose ......................... 408
San Luis Obispo.............. 805
San Mateo....................... 650
San Ramon ..................... 925
Santa Barbara ................. 805
Santa Cruz....................... 831
Santa Rosa...................... 707
Stockton.......................... 209
Vallejo ............................. 707
Ventura/Oxnard............... 805
Walnut Creek................... 925
Yosemite N.P .................. 209
DIST. OF COLUMBIA........ 202
(Washington, D.C.)
FLORIDA
Bradenton ....................... 941
Brandon .......................... 813
Clearwater....................... 727
Daytona Beach ................ 386
Dunedin .......................... 727
Ft. Lauderdale ................. 954
Ft. Myers......................... 239
Ft. Pierce......................... 772
Gainesville....................... 352
Jacksonville .................... 904
Key West......................... 305
Lakeland.......................... 863
Melbourne....................... 321
Miami/Dade Co ............... 305
Ocala............................... 352
Okeechobee .................... 863
Orlando ........................... 407
Pensacola........................ 850
St. Petersburg................. 727
Sarasota.......................... 941
Tallahassee...................... 850
Tampa ............................. 813
West Palm Beach ............ 561
GEORGIA
Albany............................. 229
Athens............................. 706
Atlanta............................. 404
Augusta........................... 706
Columbus........................ 706
Ellijay .............................. 706
Macon............................. 478
Marietta........................... 770
Savannah ........................ 912
Valdosta .......................... 229
COLORADO
Colorado Springs ............ 719
Denver ............................ 303
Ft. Collins........................ 970
Grand Junction ............... 970
Pueblo............................. 719
HAWAII............................ 808
CONNECTICUT
Hartford .......................... 860
New Haven, SW .............. 203
Chicago:
DELAWARE...................... 302
IDAHO.............................. 208
ILLINOIS
Aurora............................. 630
Champaign/Urbana ......... 217
downtown ....................... 312
other areas...................... 773
O’Hare/Midway................ 773
north suburbs ................. 847
s./near w. subs................ 708
far west subs .................. 630
Chicago Heights.............. 708
Cicero.............................. 708
East St. Louis.................. 618
Evanston ......................... 847
Kankakee......................... 815
Moline............................. 309
Normal............................ 309
Peoria.............................. 309
Rockford ......................... 815
Springfield ...................... 217
Waukegan ....................... 847
LOUISIANA
Alexandria ....................... 318
Baton Rouge ................... 225
Hammond ....................... 985
Houma ............................ 985
Lafayette ......................... 337
Lake Charles ................... 337
Monroe ........................... 318
New Orleans.................... 504
Shreveport ...................... 318
INDIANA
Evansville........................ 812
Ft. Wayne ........................ 260
Gary ................................ 219
Indianapolis .................... 317
Lafayette ......................... 765
Muncie............................ 765
South Bend ..................... 574
MAINE............................. 207
IOWA
Ames............................... 515
Cedar Rapids................... 319
Davenport ....................... 563
Des Moines..................... 515
Dubuque ......................... 563
Ft. Dodge ........................ 515
Marshalltown .................. 641
Mason City...................... 641
Sioux City........................ 712
KANSAS
Hutchinson...................... 620
Kansas City ..................... 913
Lawrence ........................ 785
Leavenworth ................... 913
Manhattan....................... 785
Salina.............................. 785
Topeka............................. 785
Wichita............................ 316
KENTUCKY
Bowling Green................. 270
Covington........................ 859
Ft. Knox........................... 502
Frankfort ......................... 502
Lexington........................ 859
Louisville......................... 502
Paducah, western ............ 270
Pikeville, eastern rural ..... 606
MARYLAND
Annapolis........................ 410
Baltimore, east ................ 410
Frederick, west ................ 301
Silver Spring ................... 301
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston ............................ 617
Cambridge ...................... 617
Cape Cod......................... 508
Lowell, northeast............. 978
Lynn................................ 781
Springfield, west ............. 413
Weymouth....................... 781
Worcester, s.east............. 508
MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor ....................... 734
Detroit............................. 313
DTW airport .................... 734
Flint................................. 810
Grand Rapids .................. 616
Kalamazoo ...................... 269
Lansing ........................... 517
Muskegon ....................... 231
Pontiac............................ 248
Saginaw .......................... 989
Sault Ste. Marie............... 906
Traverse City ................... 231
Warren ............................ 586
MINNESOTA
Bloomington ................... 952
Brooklyn Park ................. 763
Duluth ............................. 218
Minneapolis .................... 612
Rochester........................ 507
St. Cloud ......................... 320
St. Paul ........................... 651
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u.s. area codes
MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi............................... 228
Greenville........................ 662
Gulfport........................... 228
Hattiesburg ..................... 601
Jackson........................... 601
Tupelo ............................. 662
MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau ............... 573
Columbia......................... 573
Jefferson City.................. 573
Kansas City ..................... 816
St. Charles ...................... 636
St. Joseph....................... 816
St. Louis.......................... 314
Sedalia ............................ 660
Springfield ...................... 417
MONTANA........................ 406
NEBRASKA
Lincoln............................ 402
North Platte..................... 308
Omaha ............................ 402
NEVADA
Las Vegas metro.............. 702
Reno, all other areas ....... 775
NEW HAMPSHIRE............ 603
NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City..................... 609
Camden........................... 856
Cape May ........................ 609
Elizabeth.......................... 908
Hackensack................... +201
Jersey City .................... +201
New Brunswick ............. +732
Newark.......................... +973
Paterson........................ +973
Princeton ........................ 609
Trenton............................ 609
Vineland.......................... 856
NEW MEXICO .................. 505
NEW YORK
Albany............................. 518
Binghamton .................... 607
Buffalo ............................ 716
18
Ithaca.............................. 607
Long Isl.(Nassau Co.) ..... 516
Long Isl.(Suffolk Co.)....... 631
New York City:
Manhattan..................... +212
Bronx, Brooklyn,Queens,
Staten Island................. +718
Poughkeepsie.................. 845
Rochester........................ 585
Syracuse ......................... 315
Utica................................ 315
West Point ...................... 845
Westchester Co............... 914
Yonkers........................... 914
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheboro ........................ 336
Asheville.......................... 828
Cape Hatteras.................. 252
Chapel Hill....................... 919
Charlotte ....................... +704
Durham........................... 919
Fayetteville ...................... 910
Gastonia........................ +704
Goldsboro ....................... 919
Greensboro ..................... 336
Henderson ...................... 252
Hickory ........................... 828
High Point....................... 336
Jacksonville .................... 910
Kinston............................ 252
Pinehurst ........................ 910
Raleigh............................ 919
Rocky Mount................... 252
Roxboro.......................... 336
Statesville...................... +704
Wilmington ..................... 910
Wilson............................. 252
Winston-Salem ............... 336
NORTH DAKOTA............... 701
OHIO
Akron .............................. 330
Ashtabula........................ 440
Canton .......................... +330
Cincinnati........................ 513
Cleveland ........................ 216
Columbus........................ 614
Dayton ............................ 937
Lorain.............................. 440
Mansfield ...................... +419
Marion ............................ 740
Toledo ........................... +419
Youngstown.................. +330
Zanesville........................ 740
OKLAHOMA
Enid................................. 580
Guymon, panhandle........ 580
Lake Texoma ................... 580
Lawton............................ 580
Muskogee ....................... 918
Oklahoma City................. 405
Stillwater......................... 405
Tulsa ............................... 918
OREGON
Astoria ............................ 503
Corvallis.......................... 541
Eugene............................ 541
Medford .......................... 541
Pendleton........................ 541
Portland ........................ +503
Salem............................ +503
Tillamook ........................ 503
PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown...................... +610
Altoona............................ 814
Erie.................................. 814
Harrisburg....................... 717
Lancaster ........................ 717
New Castle .................... +724
Uniontown .................... +724
Philadelphia .................. +215
Pittsburgh ..................... +412
Scranton ......................... 570
State College................... 814
Wilkes-Barre ................... 570
Williamsport.................... 570
RHODE ISLAND ................ 401
SOUTH CAROLINA
Anderson ........................ 864
Charleston....................... 843
Columbia......................... 803
Florence .......................... 843
Greenville........................ 864
Hilton Head Island........... 843
Rock Hill ......................... 803
Spartanburg.................... 864
Sumter............................ 803
SOUTH DAKOTA............... 605
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga.................... 423
Clarksville........................ 931
Jackson........................... 731
Johnson City................... 423
Kingsport ........................ 423
Knoxville ......................... 865
Memphis......................... 901
Nashville ......................... 615
TEXAS
Abilene............................ 325
Amarillo .......................... 806
Austin.............................. 512
Beaumont........................ 409
Brownsville ..................... 956
Bryan/College Sta............ 979
Corpus Christi................. 361
Dallas............................ +214
Del Rio ............................ 830
Denton ............................ 940
El Paso............................ 915
Ft. Worth....................... +817
Galveston........................ 409
Houston ........................ +713
Huntsville........................ 936
Kerrville........................... 830
Laredo............................. 956
Lubbock.......................... 806
Midland/Odessa .............. 432
Nacogdoches .................. 936
New Braunfels................. 830
San Antonio .................... 210
Texarkana...................... +903
Tyler.............................. +903
Victoria............................ 361
Waco............................... 254
Wichita Falls.................... 940
UTAH
Brigham City ................... 435
Logan.............................. 435
Ogden ............................. 801
Provo .............................. 801
(note: 801/385 split cancelled)
Salt Lake City .................. 801
Tooele ............................. 435
rural areas....................... 435
Quantico........................ +703
Reston .......................... +703
Richmond ....................... 804
Roanoke.......................... 540
Virginia Beach................. 757
Wash. Airports .............. +703
WASHINGTON
Bellevue .......................... 425
Bellingham...................... 360
Everett............................. 425
Olympia........................... 360
Redmond ........................ 425
Seattle............................. 206
Spokane.......................... 509
Tacoma ........................... 253
Vancouver....................... 360
WEST VIRGINIA............... 304
WISCONSIN
Eau Claire........................ 715
Green Bay ....................... 920
La Crosse........................ 608
Madison.......................... 608
Milwaukee....................... 414
Oshkosh.......................... 920
Racine............................. 262
Sheboygan...................... 920
Waukesha ....................... 262
WYOMING ....................... 307
CANADA
Alberta:
Calgary, south ................. 403
Edmonton, north ............. 780
British Columbia:
Vancouver metro ........... +604
Victoria, all other ............. 250
VERMONT........................ 802
Manitoba ......................... 204
VIRGINIA
Arlington ....................... +703
Bristol ............................. 276
Charlottesville ................. 434
Fredericksburg................ 540
Hampton ......................... 757
Lynchburg....................... 434
Newport News................. 757
Norfolk............................ 757
Petersburg ...................... 804
Portsmouth..................... 757
New Brunswick ................ 506
Newfoundland ................. 709
Nova Scotia ..................... 902
Nunavut........................... 867
Northwest Terr ................. 867
Ontario:
Kitchener....................... +519
London.......................... +519
Mississauga.................. +905
Niagara Falls ................. +905
Ottawa............................. 613
Peterborough.................. 705
Sault Ste. Marie............... 705
Thunder Bay.................... 807
Toronto ......................... +416
Windsor ........................ +519
Prince Edward Isl. ........... 902
Québec:
Hull ................................. 819
Laval ............................... 450
Montréal........................ +514
Québec............................ 418
Sherbrooke ..................... 819
Saskatchewan ................. 306
Yukon Territory................. 867
CARIBBEAN / OTHER
American Samoa............. 684
Anguilla........................... 264
Antigua & Barbuda.......... 268
Bahamas ......................... 242
Barbados......................... 246
Bermuda ......................... 441
British Virgin Islands....... 284
Cayman Islands............... 345
C.N.M.I. (U.S. Pacific) ...... 670
Dominica......................... 767
Dominican Republic...... +809
Grenada .......................... 473
Guam (U.S. Pacific) ......... 671
Jamaica........................... 876
Montserrat ...................... 664
Puerto Rico (U.S.) ......... +787
St. Kitts & Nevis.............. 869
St. Lucia.......................... 758
St. Vincent ...................... 784
Saipan (U.S. Pacific) ........ 670
Trinidad & Tobago........... 868
Turks & Caicos................ 649
U.S. Virgin Islands .......... 340
international calling
International calls can
be made from your
telephone exchange
by dialing:
011 + Country Code
+ Local Number.
AFGHANISTAN .........................93
Herat............................40 to 43
Jalalabad .....................60 to 64
Kabul ...........................20 to 25
Kandahar .....................30 to 34
Khost....................................65
Mazar-i-Sharif..............50 to 53
cellular..................................70
ALBANIA ................................355
Tirane ........................4 (2 or 3)
ALGERIA ..............................213*
Algiers ............................... (21)
cellular............................... (61)
AMERICAN SAMOA
(changed from 011–684
to 1–684 on Oct. 2, 2004)
ANDORRA............................376*
cellular......................... (3, 4, 6)
ANGOLA.................................244
Luanda....................................2
ARGENTINA .............................54
Buenos Aires .................. 11 (4)
Córdoba........................ 351 (4)
La Plata......................... 221 (4)
cellular....................................9
ARMENIA...............................374
Ashtarak ...............................32
Yerevan...................................1
cellular................... 72, 73, or 9
ARUBA.................................297*
all points............ (58+ 5 digits)
cellular....................(567 or 96)
ASCENSION ISL...................247*
AUSTRALIA..............................61
all local numbers 8 digits
Adelaide, S.A ..........................8
Brisbane, Qld ..........................7
Canberra, A.C.T ......................2
Darwin, N.T.............................8
Hobart, Tas .............................3
Melbourne, Vic .......................3
Perth, W.A ..............................8
Sydney, N.S.W........................2
cellular, paging ............... 1 or 4
AUSTRALIA EXT. TERR..........672
Casey Base (Antarctica)........12
Norfolk Island.........................3
AUSTRIA..................................43
Salzburg .............................662
Vienna ....................................1
cellular........... 663, 664, or 676
AZERBAIJAN..........................994
Baku .....................................12
cellular........................ 50 or 55
BAHRAIN .............................973*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular................................. (3)
other numbers................... (17)
BANGLADESH........................880
Chittagong............................31
Dhaka .....................................2
Khulna ..................................41
cellular....................................1
BELARUS...............................375
Brest.....................................16
Mensk...................................17
cellular..................................29
BELGIUM ...............................32*
Antwerp............................... (3)
Brugge............................... (50)
Brussels............................... (2)
Gent..................................... (9)
Oostende ........................... (59)
BELIZE .................................501*
Belize City ............................ (2)
Belmopan ............................ (8)
Orange Walk ........................ (3)
cellular......................(60 or 61)
BENIN ..................................229*
cellular................... (90, 91, 92)
BHUTAN.................................975
Thimphu .................................2
cellular..................................17
BOLIVIA .................................591
La Paz.....................................2
Sucre ......................................4
cellular....................................7
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA.........387
Gorazde ................................38
Sarajevo................................33
cellular....................................6
BOTSWANA..........................267*
BRAZIL.....................................55
most local numbers 8 digits
Brasilia..................................61
Rio de Janeiro ......................21
São Paulo .............................11
BRUNEI................................673*
Bandar Seri Begawan........... (2)
cellular................................. (8)
BULGARIA .............................359
Sofiya .....................................2
cellular........................ 88 or 89
BURKINA FASO....................226*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular................................. (7)
BURMA ................see MYANMAR
BURUNDI...............................257
Bujumbura..............................2
CAMBODIA.............................855
Phnom Penh.........................23
cellular............................ 1 or 9
CAMEROON .........................237*
cellular..........................(7 or 9)
CAPE VERDE........................238*
cellular......................... (9 + 6d)
all other ....................... (2 + 6d)
CENTR. AFRICAN REP .........236*
CHAD ...................................235*
CHILE.......................................56
Santiago .................................2
Valparaiso.............................32
cellular............................ 8 or 9
CHINA ......................................86
Beijing ..................................10
Guangzhou ...........................20
Shanghai ..............................21
Wuhan ..................................27
Xi’an .....................................29
cellular................................139
COLOMBIA...............................57
Barranquilla ............................5
Bogotá....................................1
Cali .......................................23
Cartagena .............................53
Medellin..................................4
cellular....................................3
COMOROS & MAYOTTE.......269*
Comoros.............................. (7)
Mayotte ............................... (6)
CONGO (Brazzaville) ............242*
cellular......................... (4, 5, 6)
CONGO, DEM. REP. OF...........243
(formerly known as ZAIRE)
Kinshasa.................................1
COOK ISLANDS....................682*
COSTA RICA.........................506*
cellular................................. (3)
CROATIA ................................385
Dubrovnik.............................20
Zagreb ....................................1
cellular................. 91, 98, or 99
CUBA .......................................53
Guantanamo Bay (U.S.) ........99
Havana....................................7
CYPRUS...............................357*
Nicosia......................... (22+6d)
cellular......................... (99+6d)
CZECH REPUBLIC................420*
all numbers 9 digits
Brno..................................... (5)
Prague ................................. (2)
cellular.....................(6, 7, or 9)
DENMARK..............................45*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular......................(30 or 40)
DIEGO GARCIA ....................246*
DJIBOUTI.............................253*
EAST TIMOR........................670*
all numbers 7 digits
cellular................................. (7)
ECUADOR ..............................593
Cuenca....................................7
Guayaquil................................4
Quito.......................................2
cellular....................................9
EGYPT......................................20
Alexandria...............................3
Cairo.......................................2
cellular................. 10, 11, or 12
EL SALVADOR......................503*
EQUATORIAL GUINEA............240
cellular............... 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7
ERITREA ................................291
Asmara ...................................1
cellular................. 71, 72, or 73
ESTONIA ..............................372*
cellular................................. (5)
ETHIOPIA...............................251
Addis Ababa ...........................1
FALKLAND ISLANDS............500*
FAROE ISLANDS ..................298*
FIJI.......................................679*
cellular......................(92 or 99)
FINLAND ................................358
Helsinki...................................9
cellular.......................... 4 or 50
FRANCE .................................33*
all numbers 9 digits
Bordeaux, southwest ........... (5)
Brest, northwest .................. (2)
Lyon, southeast ................... (4)
Paris region ......................... (1)
Strasbourg, northeast.......... (3)
cellular................................. (6)
FRENCH GUIANA .................594*
all numbers 9 digits
cellular............................. (694)
all other ........................... (594)
FRENCH POLYNESIA............689*
GABON.................................241*
GAMBIA ...............................220*
all numbers 7 digits
cellular......................(77 or 99)
(REP. OF) GEORGIA ...............995
Tbilisi....................................32
GERMANY................................49
Berlin ....................................30
Frankfurt-am-Main................69
Hamburg ..............................40
Köln (Cologne.....................221
München (Munich ................89
Stuttgart .............................711
cellular........................ 16 or 17
GHANA...................................233
Accra ....................................21
cellular..................................28
GIBRALTAR..........................350*
cellular......................(54 to 58)
GREECE .................................30*
Athens ............................. (210)
Iraklion (Crete) .............. (2810)
Rhodos........................ (22410)
Thessaloniki................... (2310)
cellular................................. (6)
GREENLAND ........................299*
GUADELOUPE......................590*
incl. St. Martin, St. Barthélemy
all numbers 9 digits
cellular............................. (690)
all other ........................... (590)
GUATEMALA ........................502*
all numbers 8 digits
Guatemala City.......... (22, 23, 24)
suburbs ............................. (66)
other cities............. (77, 78, 79)
cellular................................. (5)
GUINEA................................224*
GUINEA-BISSAU ..................245*
cellular............................... (66)
GUYANA...............................592*
all numbers 7 digits
Georgetown ........................ 22)
HAITI....................................509*
all numbers 7 digits
HONDURAS .........................504*
all numbers 7 digits
HONG KONG ........................852*
all numbers 8 digits
HUNGARY................................36
Budapest ................................1
cellular............ 20, 30, 60 or 70
ICELAND ..............................354*
all numbers 7 digits
cellular......................(85 or 89)
INDIA .......................................91
all numbers 10 digits
Bangalore ....................... 80 (2)
Calcutta .......................... 33 (2)
Madras ........................... 44 (2)
Mumbai (Bombay).......... 22 (2)
New Delhi ....................... 11 (2)
cellular........................ 94 or 98
INDONESIA ..............................62
Jakarta..................................21
cellular....................................8
IRAN ........................................98
Esfahan...............................311
Mashhad.............................511
Qom....................................251
Tabriz..................................411
Tehran...................................21
cellular..................................91
IRAQ ......................................964
Baghdad .................................1
Basra ....................................40
Irbil.......................................66
Karbala .................................32
Mosul ...................................60
IRELAND................................353
Cork......................................21
Dublin.....................................1
Galway..................................91
Limerick................................61
Shannon ...............................61
Waterford .............................51
cellular..................................88
ISRAEL...................................972
Ashdod ...................................8
Eilat ........................................8
Haifa .......................................4
Jerusalem...............................2
Nazareth .................................4
Netanya ..................................9
Tel Aviv/Jaffa...........................3
cellular............................ 5 or 6
ITALY......................................39*
most numbers 9 digits
Bologna ........................... (051)
Firenze (Florence) ............ (055)
Genova (Genoa)............... (010)
Milano (Milan) ................... (02)
Napoli (Naples)................ (081)
Roma (Rome).................... (06)
Venezia (Venice) .............. (041)
cellular................................. (3)
IVORY COAST ......................225*
all numbers 8 digits
JAPAN......................................81
Kyoto....................................75
Nagoya .................................52
Osaka......................................6
Tokyo......................................3
Yokohama.............................45
cellular..................................90
JORDAN.................................962
Amman...................................6
Karak ......................................3
KAZAKHSTAN.............................7
Petropavlovsk.....................315
cellular................................700
KENYA....................................254
Mombasa..............................41
Nairobi..................................20
cellular....................................7
KIRIBATI ..............................686*
cellular.......................... 30 or 9
KOREA (SOUTH)......................82
Inchon ..................................32
Kwangju................................62
Pusan ...................................51
Seoul ......................................2
Taegu....................................53
Uijongbu...............................31
cellular....................................1
KOREA (NORTH)....................850
Pyongyang..............................2
KUWAIT ...............................965*
cellular.....................(6, 7, or 9)
KYRGYZ REPUBLIC ...............996
Bishkek...............................312
cellular............................ 5 or 6
LAOS......................................856
Vientiane...............................21
cellular..................................20
LATVIA...................................371
LEBANON...............................961
Beirut......................................1
cellular....................................3
LESOTHO.............................266*
cellular........................(58 or 6)
LIBERIA ...............................231*
LIBYA.....................................218
Benghazi...............................61
Tripoli ...................................21
cellular....................................9
LIECHTENSTEIN...................423*
LITHUANIA.............................370
Kaunas..................................37
Vilnius ....................................5
cellular.....................679 to 699
LUXEMBOURG.....................352*
c ellular................................... (6)
MACAU ................................853*
cellular................... (61, 66, 68)
MACEDONIA ..........................389
(former Yugoslav Republic)
Ohrid ....................................46
Skopje ....................................2
cellular..................................70
MADAGASCAR.....................261*
all local numbers: 2-digit carrier
code plus 7 digits.
Example: 011-261-20-22x-xxxx
for a Telecom Malagasy..... (20)
number in Antananarivo .... (22)
MALAWI...............................265*
cellular.....................(7, 8, or 9)
MALAYSIA ...............................60
Ipoh........................................5
Kuala Lumpur .........................3
Penang ...................................4
cellular....................................1
MALDIVES ...........................960*
19
international calling
MALI ....................................223*
all numbers 7 digits
GSM cellular ........................ (6)
MALTA..................................356*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular............................... (99)
MARSHALL ISLANDS ..........692*
MARTINIQUE .......................596*
cellular............................. (696)
all other ........................... (596)
MAURITANIA .......................222*
cellular................................. (6)
MAURITIUS .........................230*
MEXICO ...................................52
all numbers 10 digits
Acapulco....................... 744 (4)
Cabo San Lucas.......... 624 (14)
Cancun ......................... 998 (8)
Ensenada .................... 611 (17)
Guadalajara..................... 33 (3)
La Paz......................... 612 (82)
Los Mochis................. 668 (81)
Mazatlan ..................... 964 (78)
Mexicali ........................ 655 (5)
Mexico City..................... 55 (5)
Monterrey....................... 81 (8)
Puerto Vallarta............ 322 (22)
Tampico........................ 833 (2)
Tijuana.......................... 664 (6)
Veracruz ....................... 229 (9)
MICRONESIA .......................691*
MOLDOVA............................373*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular..........................(6 or 7)
MONACO..............................377*
cellular..........................(4 or 6)
MONGOLIA ............................976
Ulan Bator...............................1
cellular....................................9
MOROCCO .............................212
all numbers 8 digits
Casablanca ....................... 2 (2)
Marrakech ........................ 4 (4)
Rabat ................................ 3 (7)
cellular....................................6
MOZAMBIQUE .......................258
Maputo.......................................1
cellular....................................8
MYANMAR (BURMA ................95
Mandalay ................................2
Yangon (Rangoon...................1
cellular....................................9
NAMIBIA ................................264
Windhoek .............................61
cellular..................................81
NAURU.................................674*
cellular............................. (555)
NEPAL....................................977
Kathmandu .............................1
NETHERLANDS........................31
all numbers 9 digits
Amsterdam...........................20
Den Haag (The Hague) .........70
20
Eindhoven.............................40
Rotterdam ............................10
Utrecht..................................30
NETH. ANTILLES....................599
Bonaire ............................. * (7)
Curaçao ..................................9
Saba ................................. * (4)
Sint Eustatius ................... * (3)
Sint Maarten ..................... * (5)
cellular...............96, 78, 79, 55,
.........................................4165
NEW CALEDONIA.................687*
NEW ZEALAND ........................64
Auckland.................................9
Christchurch...........................3
Hastings .................................6
Rotorua ..................................7
Wellington ..............................4
cellular....................................2
Scott Base (Antarctica).....2409
NICARAGUA...........................505
Leon ...................................311
Managua ....................................2
cellular....................................8
NIGER ..................................227*
cellular..........................(8 or 9)
NIGERIA.................................234
Lagos......................................1
cellular............................80, 90
NIUE.....................................683*
NORWAY................................47*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular..........................(4 or 9)
OMAN ..................................968*
cellular................................. (7)
PAKISTAN ................................92
Islamabad.............................51
Karachi .................................21
Lahore ..................................42
cellular................................342
PALAU..................................680*
PALESTINE ............................970
Gaza........................................8
Hebron....................................2
Jenin.......................................4
Nablus ....................................9
Ramallah ................................2
cellular....................................5
PANAMA ..............................507*
PAPUA NEW GUINEA...........675*
PARAGUAY ............................595
Asuncion ..............................21
Concepcion...........................31
PERU .......................................51
Arequipa ...............................54
Cuzco....................................84
Lima .......................................1
cellular.......... 19, 549, 849, etc.
PHILIPPINES ...........................63
Bacolod ................................34
Cebu .....................................32
Davao ...................................82
Iloilo .....................................33
Manila.....................................2
Subic Bay .............................47
cellular................. 90, 91, or 97
POLAND...................................48
Gdansk .................................58
Katowice...............................32
Krakow .................................12
Lodz......................................42
Szczecin................................91
Warszawa ............ 2 (+ 7 digits)
cellular..................................90
pagers ..................................99
PORTUGAL ..........................351*
Lisbon ............................... (21)
Madeira ........................... (291)
Porto ................................. (22)
c ellular.................(91, 93, or 96)
QATAR..................................974*
RÉUNION ISLAND................262*
all numbers 9 digits
cellular............................. (662)
all other ........................... (262)
ROMANIA.................................40
Bucuresti (Bucharest)...........21
Timisoara............................256
cellular....................................7
RUSSIA......................................7
Grozny ................................871
Moscow.................. 095 or 499
Murmansk ..........................815
Novosibirsk ........................383
St. Petersburg ....................812
Vladivostok.........................423
Volgograd...........................844
RWANDA..............................250*
cellular................................. (8)
ST. HELENA..........................290*
ST. PIERRE, MIQUÉLON ......508*
SAMOA ................................685*
(see also American Samoa)
cellular................................. (7)
SAN MARINO.......................378*
SÃO TOMÉ & PRÍNCIPE.......239*
cellular............................... (90)
SAUDI ARABIA.......................966
Buraidah .................................6
Dhahran..................................3
Jeddah....................................2
Jizan .......................................7
Mecca.....................................2
Medina....................................4
Riyadh ....................................1
cellular....................................5
SENEGAL .............................221*
cellular..........................(5 or 6)
SEYCHELLES .......................248*
SIERRA LEONE ......................232
Freetown...............................22
cellular................. 23, 30, or 76
SINGAPORE...........................65*
all numbers 8 digits
cellular..........................(8 or 9)
SLOVAKIA ..............................421
Bratislava................................2
cellular..................................90
SLOVENIA..............................386
Ljubljana.................................1
Maribor...................................2
cellular....................................6
SOLOMON ISLANDS............677*
SOMALIA .............................252*
SOUTH AFRICA........................27
Bloemfontein ........................51
Cape Town............................21
Durban..................................31
Johannesburg............. 11 or 10
Pretoria.................................12
cellular........................ 82 or 83
SPAIN ....................................34*
all numbers 9 digits
Barcelona........................... (93)
Bilbao ................................ (94)
Granada ........................... (958)
Madrid ............................... (91)
Malaga............................... (95)
Melilla.............................. (952)
Palma de Mallorca. .......... (971)
Pamplona ........................ (948)
Salamanca ....................... (923)
Sevilla................................ (95)
Toledo.............................. (925)
Valencia ............................. (96)
cellular................................. (6)
SRI LANKA...............................94
Colombo...............................11
cellular................71, 72, 77, 78
SUDAN.................................249*
Khartoum......................... (183)
cellular................................. (9)
SURINAME...........................597*
SWAZILAND.........................268*
SWEDEN ..................................46
Göteborg (Gothenburg) ........31
Malmö ..................................40
Stockholm ..............................8
cellular................. 10, 70, or 73
SWITZERLAND ......................41*
Basel.................................. (61)
Berne ................................. (31)
Geneva............................... (22)
Interlaken........................... (33)
Lausanne ........................... (21)
Lucerne ............................. (41)
Lugano .............................. (91)
St. Moritz........................... (81)
Zurich ............... (1 or 43 or 44)
cellular...............(76, 78, or 79)
SYRIA ....................................963
Damascus.............................11
TAIWAN..................................886
Kaohsiung ..............................7
Tainan.....................................6
Taipei ......................................2
cellular........................ 90 or 92
TAJIKISTAN............................992
TANZANIA ..............................255
Dar Es Salaam ......................22
Kilimanjaro ...........................27
Tanga....................................27
cellular....................................7
THAILAND..............................66*
Bangkok............................... (2)
Chanthaburi ....................... (39)
Chiang Mai ........................ (53)
Phuket ............................... (76)
cellular................................. (1)
TOGO ...................................228*
TOKELAU ...............................690
all local numbers 3 digits
Atafu (Duke of York ................2
Fakaofo (Bowditch).................3
Nukunonu
(D. of Claence)........................4
TONGA.................................676*
cellular............(1 or 87, 88, 89)
TUNISIA...............................216*
all numbers 8 digits
Bizerte ............................... (72)
Carthage ............................ (71)
Tunis.................................. (71)
cellular............................... (98)
TURKEY ...................................90
Ankara ................................312
Istanbul (Asia) ....................216
Istanbul (Europe)................212
Izmir ...................................232
TURKMENISTAN ....................993
Ashkhabad............................12
TUVALU ...............................688*
UGANDA ................................256
Entebbe ................................42
Kampala................................41
cellular..................................75
UKRAINE................................380
Kharkov ................................57
Kiev ......................................44
Lvov......................................32
Odessa..................................48
Sevastopol............................69
cellular..................................50
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ......971
Abu Dhabi...............................2
Ajman .....................................6
Al Ain......................................3
Dubai ......................................4
Fujairah...................................9
Khawanij.................................4
Ras-al-Khaimah ......................7
Umm-al-Quwain .....................6
cellular..................................50
UNITED KINGDOM...................44
(in most cases, city code plus
local number totals 10 digits)
Aberdeen ..........................1224
Belfast .......................... 28 (90)
Brighton............................1273
Bristol.................................117
Birmingham........................121
Cardiff........................... 29 (20)
Coventry ....................... 24 (76)
Edinburgh...........................131
Glasgow..............................141
Leeds..................................113
Leicester.............................116
Liverpool ............................151
London (inner................. 20 (7)
London (outer................. 20 (8)
Manchester.........................161
Newcastle ...........................191
Northern Ireland (all) ............28
Nottingham.........................115
Portsmouth .................. 23 (92)
Reading ..............................118
Southampton................ 23 (80)
cellular................. 77, 78, or 79
URUGUAY ..............................598
Canelones...........................332
Mercedes............................532
Montevideo.............................2
Rivera .....................................8
UZBEKISTAN..........................998
Karshi .....................................7
Samarkand ...........................66
Tashkent ...............................71
cellular....................................9
VANUATU.............................678*
VATICAN CITY..........................39
all points..... 06 69 88 + 4 digits
(Country code 379 is planned.)
VENEZUELA .............................58
Caracas...............................212
Maracaibo...........................261
Maracay..............................243
Valencia ..............................241
cellular.....................412 to 418
VIETNAM .................................84
Da Nang..............................511
Dien Bien Phu.......................23
Hanoi ......................................4
Ho Chi Minh City.....................8
cellular........................ 90 or 91
WALLIS & FUTUNA..............681*
YEMEN...................................967
Aden .......................................2
Sana’a.....................................1
Zabid ......................................3
YUGOSLAVIA .........................381
Belgrade ...............................11
Novi Sad ...............................21
cellular....................................6
ZAIRE......see CONGO, DEM. REP.
ZAMBIA..................................260
Lusaka ....................................1
cellular................. 95, 96, or 97
ZIMBABWE ............................263
Harare.....................................4
cellular................. 11, 23, or 91
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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
THROUGH THE INTERNET:
FEDERAL INFORMATION CENTER
http://www.FirstGov.gov
Main Number .................................. 800-FED-INFO
Or................................................ 800-333-4636
ADOPTION
General Information ........................ 800-862-3678
AGING, ADMINISTRATION ON
http://aoa.gov
Eldercare Locator............................ 800-677-1116
AGRICULTURE, DEPT OF
http://www.usda.gov
General Information
Washington, DC .......................... 202-720-2791
Agricultural Statistics
http://www.usda.gov/nass
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
See listing under Animal and Plant Health
Inspection Service
Food – see listing under Food
Forest Service – see listing under
Forest Service Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 800-424-9121
USDA Service Centers
Autauga County - 2226 Hwy 14 W
Autaugaville............................. 334-365-5532
Butler County - 320 Greenville Bypass
Greenville................................. 334-382-8538
Conecuh County - 102 Liberty St
Evergreen ................................ 251-578-1520
Covington County - 23952 Alabama Hwy 55
Andalusia................................. 334-222-3519
Crenshaw County - 1686 S Forest Ave
Luverne ................................... 334-335-6507
Dallas County - 105 Samuel O Moseley Dr
Selma ...................................... 334-872-3433
Elmore County - 105 Gossom Switch Rd
Wetumpka ............................... 334-567-2264
Lowndes County - 15 N Washington St
Hayneville ................................ 334-548-2767
Monroe County - 334 Agriculture Dr
Monroeville.............................. 251-743-2587
Montgomery County - 2000 Interstate Park Dr
Montgomery............................ 334-223-7257
Wilcox County - 3 Camden Bypass
Camden ................................... 334-682-4117
AIDS HOTLINE
General Information ........................ 800-342-2437
En Español – SIDA .......................... 800-344-7432
BLUE PAGES ONLINE:
http://USBluePages.gov
FEDERAL INFORMATION:
http://FirstGov.gov
AIR FORCE, DEPT OF
Recruiting – see listing under Recruiting
ALCOHOL INFORMATION
Treatment Referrals......................... 800-662-4357
Prevention and Treatment ............... 800-729-6686
ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND
EXPLOSIVES, BUREAU OF
http://www.atf.gov
Birmingham Group I ....................... 205-583-5920
Birmingham Group II ...................... 205-583-5950
Birmingham Group III ..................... 205-583-5970
Emergency After Hours................... 205-326-9977
Recruitment and Hiring Center........ 202-927-5690
Tips Line ......................................... 888-283-8477
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION
SERVICE – APHIS
http://www.aphis.usda.gov
ARMY, DEPT OF
Recruiting – see listing under Recruiting
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
http://www.blm.gov
CANCER, NATIONAL INSTITUTE’S
INFORMATION SERVICE – CIS
Main Number .................................. 800-422-6237
TTY ............................................... 800-332-8615
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL
AND PREVENTION
http://www.cdc.gov
General Information ........................ 404-639-3311
CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
General Information ........................ 877-543-7669
CITIZENSHIP – US CITIZENSHIP AND
IMMIGRATION SERVICES – USCIS
PART OF HOMELAND SECURITY
http://www.uscis.gov
Customer Service............................ 800-375-5283
TTY ................................................ 800-767-1833
Employer Information ..................... 800-357-2099
COAST GUARD
http://www.uscg.mil
CONSUMER INFORMATION:
http://pueblo.gsa.gov
COMMERCE, DEPT OF
Minority Business Development Agency
Regional Office
401 W Peachtree St NW, Ste 1715
Atlanta, GA 30308 ........................... 404-730-3300
Fax .............................................. 404-730-3313
District Office
51 SW First Ave, Rm 1314
Miami, FL 33130 ................................... 305-536-5054
Fax .............................................. 305-530-7068
US Export Assistance Center
950 22nd St N, Rm 707
Birmingham, AL 35203............... 205-731-1331
Fax ............................................. 205-731-0076
CONGRESS
SENATORS
Sessions, Jeff
http://sessions.senate.gov
7550 Halcyon Summit Dr, Ste 150
Montgomery, AL 36117..................... 334-244-7017
Washington, DC Office ..................... 202-224-4124
Shelby, Richard C
http://shelby.senate.gov
1 Church St, Rm C-561
Montgomery, AL 36104..................... 334-223-7303
Washington, DC Office ..................... 202-224-5744
REPRESENTATIVES
Bachus, Spencer
http://bachus.house.gov
703 Second Ave N
Clanton, AL 35046 ........................... 205-280-0704
Davis, Artur
http://www.house.gov/arturdavis
908 Alabama Ave, Ste 112
Selma, AL 36701............................. 334-877-4414
Washington, DC Office ..................... 202-225-2665
Everett, Terry
http://wwwc.house.gov/everett
3500 Eastern Blvd, Ste 250
Montgomery, AL 36116..................... 334-277-9113
Washington, DC Office ..................... 202-225-2901
Rogers, Mike
http://www.house.gov/mike-rogers
Boating Safety Hotline..................... 800-368-5647
7550 Halcyon Summit Dr, Ste 100
Recruiting – see listing under Recruiting
Montgomery, AL 36117..................... 334-277-4210
Washington, DC Office ..................... 202-225-3261
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CONSERVATION
Soil and Water
USGS National Water
Information Center...................... 888-275-8747
CONSUMER HOTLINES
Air Travel Consumer Complaints
Airfare, lost luggage, food sales, charter
operations .................................. 202-366-2220
Auto Safety Hotline
Report safety defects and obtain
information on child safety seats, motorcycle helmets,
tires and equipment, crash test results, vehicle safety
recalls and traffic safety information...... 800-424-9393
Aviation Consumer Hotline
Child safety seats, airport security procedures, user
services such as examinations, aircraft certification,
and facility operations...................... 800-FAA-SURE
Or................................................ 800-322-7873
Aviation Safety Hotline
Report violations of federal aviation
regulations ..................................... 800-255-1111
Hazardous Materials Spills or Pipeline Leaks
Nat’l Response Ctr – 24 hrs ............... 800-424-8802
CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER,
FEDERAL – FCIC
http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov
For FCIC Catalog ........................ 888-8-PUEBLO
Or................................................ 888-878-3256
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
http://www.cpsc.gov
Consumer Hotline – Call to obtain product safety
information, report unsafe products, and obtain
other agency info............................. 800-638-2772
TTY ............................................. 800-638-8270
COURTS – FEDERAL
Bankruptcy Court
http://www.almb.uscourts.gov
1 Church St, Montgomery
Clerk’s Office/Information ........... 334-954-3800
VCIS............................................ 334-954-3868
District Court
http://www.almd.uscourts.gov
1 Church St, Montgomery
Clerk’s Office/Information ........... 334-954-3600
Probation/Pretrial
136 Catoma St, Montgomery ............. 334-954-3226
CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION
http://www.cbp.gov
Criminal Violations – Drug Smuggling,
Illegal Imports/Exports and Counterfeit
Merchandise ..................................800-BE-ALERT
Or................................................ 800-232-5378
General Information ........................ 877-287-8667
DEAF, HARD OF HEARING AND
SPEECH DISABLED
22
FRS Customer Service ................ 800-877-0996
TTY Federal Online Directory
TTY and ASCII Users Only .......... 800-877-8845
DEFENSE, DEPT OF
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
Active Duty Pay........................... 800-346-3374
Annuitant Pay.............................. 800-321-1080
Military Retired Pay..................... 800-321-1080
Reserve Duty Pay........................ 800-255-0974
DISEASE AND HEALTH RISK INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 888-232-3228
Fax ................................................ 888-232-3299
TTY Fax........................................... 877-232-1010
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE
General Information ........................ 800-799-7233
DRUG INFORMATION
Treatment Referrals......................... 800-662-4357
Prevention and Treatment ............... 800-729-6686
EARTH SCIENCE
USGS Earth Science Info Ctr........... 888-275-8747
EDUCATION
National Flood Insurance Program
See listing under Flood
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
http://www.fws.gov
National Programs Guide
Refuges, endangered species, information for teachers,
migratory birds, volunteers, Duck Stamp, fisheries
conservation.......................................... 800-344-9453
FLOOD
National Flood
Insurance Program ..................... 800-427-2354
FLU OR INFLUENZA INFORMATION
Voice/Fax......................................... 888-232-3228
FOOD
Food Assistance and Nutrition Program Information
http://www.fns.usda.gov
Food Recovery and Gleaning Hotline Donation,
Collection and Distribution Information . 800-453-2648
Food Safety and Inspection Service
Education, Dept of
http://www.fsis.usda.gov
http://www.ed.gov
Meat, Poultry and Egg
General Information and Employee
Locator 9am-5pm EST ................. 800-USA-LEARN
Or................................................ 800-872-5327
TTY ............................................. 800-437-0833
Civil Rights.................................. 800-421-3481
ENVIRONMENT
Water
USGS National Water
Information Center...................... 888-275-8747
EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR
IMMIGRATION REVIEW
http://www.usdoj.gov/eoir
Information on Pending Cases.... 800-898-7180
Or................................................ 703-305-1662
For general immigration and citizenship matters,
contact Immigration
FARM SERVICES
http://www.fsa.usda.gov
See USDA Service Centers listing under Agriculture,
Dept of
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
http://www.fbi.gov
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
http://www.fcc.gov
445 12th St SW, Washington, DC 20554
Consumer Information Center......... 888-225-5322
TTY ................................................ 888-835-5322
Fax ................................................ 866-418-0232
Forms Distribution .......................... 800-418-3676
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 888-863-2244
Federal Relay Service
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
http://www.gsa.gov/frs
550 17th St NW, Washington, DC ........... 877-275-3342
TTY/Voice/ASCII/Spanish
To Initiate Calls ........................ 800-877-8339
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
– FEMA
Products Inspection ......................... 800-535-4555
FOREST SERVICE
http://www.fs.fed.us
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION – GSA
http://www.gsa.gov
Auction Hotline ............................... 800-472-2886
Federal Protective Service............... 800-767-2756
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 800-424-5210
National Customer
Service Center............................. 800-488-3111
Sale and Transfer of
Federal Real Estate...................... 800-472-1313
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, US
See listing under Natural Resources
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPT OF
http://hhs.gov
http://healthfinder.gov
HHS Information
Federal Government.................... 877-696-6775
Discrimination Complaints.......... 800-368-1019
http://hhs.gov/ocr
TTY ............................................. 800-537-7697
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 800-447-8477
TTY ............................................. 800-377-4950
HEALTH CARE INFORMATION FOR HEALTH CARE
PROFESSIONALS AND CONSUMERS
Main Number .................................. 800-358-9295
TTY ................................................ 888-586-6340
HEPATITIS INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 888-443-7232
HORSES
Wild Horse and Burro Adoption ...... 866-468-7826
u.s. government offices
HOUSING
Housing and Urban Development, Dept of
http://www.hud.gov
Housing/FHA
To Buy a HUD Home – contact a local real estate agent
FHA Insured Loans – contact a local bank or
lending agency
Housing Counseling for Home Buyers and
Renters...................................... 800-569-4287
TTY........................800-358-6216
Housing Discrimination
Hotline ........................................ 800-669-9777
TTY ............................................. 800-927-9275
Public and Assisted Housing
– contact the local Public Housing Authority
IMMIGRATION – US CITIZENSHIP AND
IMMIGRATION SERVICES – USCIS
PART OF HOMELAND SECURITY
http://www.uscis.gov
Customer Service........................ 800-375-5283
TTY.......................................... 800-767-1833
Employer Information ................. 800-357-2099
IMMUNIZATION
National Information Hotline ....... 800-232-2522
Fax Service Information .............. 800-232-7468
INDIAN PROGRAMS AND SERVICES,
AMERICAN
Indian Affairs, Bureau of
http://www.doi.gov/bureau-indian-affairs.html
Indian Health Service
http://www.ihs.gov
INTERIOR, DEPT OF
http://www.doi.gov
The Nation’s Principal Conservation Agency
Responsible for Most Nationally Owned Public Land
and Natural Resources
1849 C St NW, Washington, DC 20240
General Info and Locator............. 202-208-3100
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 800-424-5081
TTY ............................................. 800-354-0996
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
http://www.irs.gov
Need a Tax Form ......................... 800-829-3676
Fax-on-Demand .......................... 703-368-9694
24 Hr/day Recorded Tax Info....... 800-829-4477
24 Hr/day Refund Status
Self Serve ................................ 800-829-4477
Tax Help Line
– Individuals .............................. 800-829-1040
Business/Specialty Tax Line ........ 800-829-4933
Refund Hotline ............................ 800-829-1954
TTY.......................................... 800-829-4059
Report Tax Fraud Violations ........ 800-829-0433
National Taxpayer Advocate ........ 877-777-4778
Tax Exempt/Govt Entities............. 877-829-5500
JUSTICE, DEPT OF
http://www.usdoj.gov
Community Oriented Policing Services,
Office of – COPS
1100 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, DC
Response Center ..................... 202-514-2058
Or ............................................ 800-421-6770
Racial Conflict
600 E St NW, Washington, DC.......... 202-305-2935
Executive Office for Immigration Review
See listing under Executive Office for
Immigration Review
Federal Bureau of Investigation
– see listing under Federal Bureau of Investigation
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
of the United States
600 E St NW, Washington, DC.......... 202-616-6975
Chair........................................ 202-616-6985
Immigration – see listing under Immigration –
US Citizenship and Immigration
Services – USCIS Part of Homeland Security
Marshals Service
– see listing under Marshals Service
Prisons, Bureau of
320 First St NW, Washington, DC .... 202-307-3198
National Institute of
Corrections.............................. 800-995-6423
Or ............................................ 202-307-3106
Solicitor General, Office of the
950 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
Administration......................... 202-514-2203
Case Management Section ...... 202-514-2218
LABOR, DEPT OF
http://www.dol.gov
General Information ........................866-4USADOL
TTY ............................................. 877-889-5627
For Job Training and Employment
Information ................................ 877-US2-JOBS
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ................. 800-347-3756
Wage and Hour Division ...............866-4US-WAGE
LABOR RELATIONS
National Labor Relations Board
http://www.nlrb.gov
General Information .................... 866-667-6572
TTY ............................................. 866-315-6572
LAW ENFORCEMENT
See listing under Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms
and Explosives, Bureau of
LOANS
Education Loans
http://studentaid.ed.gov
Student Financial Aid Information
Application Forms for Student Loans and Grants;
Student Guide to Financial Aid .... 800-4FED-AID
Or ............................................ 800-433-3243
Borrowers Who Owe Defaulted Student
Loans.......................................... 800-621-3115
MAPS
USGS Earth Science
Information Center...................... 888-275-8747
MARINE CORPS
Recruiting – see listing under Recruiting
MARSHALS SERVICE
http://www.usdoj.gov/marshals
General Information and
Tipster Line ................................ 877-WANTED2
Or................................................ 877-926-8332
Employment Information ................ 202-307-9400
MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 703-356-1964
MEDICARE
General Information ........................ 800-633-4227
Eligibility ......................................... 800-772-1213
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............. 800-447-8477
TTY ............................................. 800-377-4950
Medicare Health Plan
Choices Information.................... 800-633-4227
TTY ............................................. 877-486-2048
Replacement/Lost
Medicare Card............................. 800-772-1213
MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 800-789-2647
MINERAL RESOURCES
Minerals Management Service
http://www.mms.gov
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation
and Enforcement
http://www.osmre.gov
USGS Minerals Information ............ 888-275-8747
NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS
ADMINISTRATION
http://www.archives.gov
General Information Recording....... 866-272-6272
NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORPS
Application Information................... 800-221-9393
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
http://www.nps.gov
NATIONAL PRACTITIONER DATA BANK
Application Information................... 800-767-6732
NATURAL RESOURCES
Geological Survey, US
http://www.usgs.gov
Natural Resources Conservation Svc – NRCS
http://www.nrcs.usda.gov
National Earth Team
Volunteer Service........................ 888-526-3227
See also USDA Service Centers listing under
Agriculture, Dept of
NAVY, DEPT OF
Recruiting – see listing under Recruiting
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u.s. government offices
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
INFORMATION – NIOSH
Main Number .................................. 800-356-4674
PASSPORTS
http://travel.state.gov
Detailed Information ................... 877-487-2778
TTY ............................................. 888-874-7793
PEACE CORPS
Information ..................................... 800-424-8580
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse ............ 800-233-5874
PERMITS
Explosives
Federal Requirements ................. 404-417-2750
Gun Dealers
Federal Requirements ................. 404-417-2750
See also listing under Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives, Bureau of
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 888-232-4674
POSTAL SERVICE
http://www.usps.com
General Information
ZIP Codes, Postage Rates, Hours
and Locations.........................800-ASK-USPS
Or................................................ 800-275-8777
TTY – Hearing Impaired Only...... 877-877-7833
Express Mail Tracking, Signature
and Delivery Confirmation,
Packaging ................................... 800-222-1811
Stamps by Phone............................ 800-STAMP24
Services
Change of Address, Redelivery,
Vacation Hold Mail, Service
Issues ......................................... 800-275-8777
Employment Information ................ 866-999-8777
Consumer Affairs ............................ 800-275-8777
Postal Inspection Service................ 205-326-2900
PRIMARY CARE INFORMATION FOR
COMMUNITY, RURAL, MIGRANT HEALTH
Main Number ...........................703-821-8955x318
PRISONS, BUREAU OF
See listing under Justice, Dept of
RECRUITING
Air Force.......................................... 800-423-8723
Army ............................................... 800-872-2769
Coast Guard
http://www.gocoastguard.com
General Information .................877-NOW-USCG
Or................................................ 877-669-8724
Marine Corps .................................. 800-627-4637
Navy................................................ 800-872-6289
Naval Reserve ..........................800-533-4542x157
RUNAWAY, NATIONAL SWITCHBOARD
General Information ........................ 800-621-4000
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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
http://www.rurdev.usda.gov
Cooperative services, loans and grants for rural
housing, business development, utilities, and
community facilities
See USDA Service Centers listing under Agriculture,
Dept of
SCIENCE, SPACE AND TECHNOLOGY
Earth Science
USGS Earth Science
Information Center .................. 888-275-8747
SECRET SERVICE
http://www.secretservice.gov
SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM
Registration Information
Office .......................................... 847-688-6888
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES HOTLINE
General Information ........................ 800-227-8922
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
http://www.sba.gov
General Info and Publications ..... 800-827-5722
Inspector General
Fraud, Waste and Abuse.......... 800-767-0385
Loan and Program Information
Answer Desk............................ 800-827-5722
SMOKING AND HEALTH INFORMATION
Voice/Fax......................................... 800-232-1311
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
http://www.socialsecurity.gov
Retirement, Survivors, Disability or
Supplemental Security Income
SSI Benefits
For General Information and Services,
or to Schedule an Appointment,
Call 7am-7pm ............................. 800-772-1213
Selected Automated Services
Available 24 Hours
TTY Only 7am-7pm ..................... 800-325-0778
STATE, DEPT OF
Passports – see listing under Passports
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
AND REFERRAL
TREATMENT REFERRAL, ALCOHOL OR DRUG
General Information ........................ 800-662-4357
ULCER, PEPTIC
Fax Information............................... 888-698-5237
VACCINE INJURY COMPENSATION
Information and Claims Hotline....... 800-338-2382
VISITOR CENTERS
Visitors Guide – National Recording
Fish and Wildlife Service............. 800-344-9453
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Earth Science Corps
Volunteer for
Earth Science Activities ........... 800-254-8040
WATER RESOURCES
Reclamation, Bureau of
http://www.usbr.gov
USGS National Water
Information Center...................... 888-275-8747
WEATHER
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration – NOAA
National Weather Service Forecast Office
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/bmx
465 Weathervane Rd
Calera, AL 35040 .................................. 205-664-3010
Report Severe Weather ................... 800-856-0758
NOAA Weather Radio
162.425 MHz – Greenville
162.400 MHz – Montgomery
162.450 MHz – Selma
Certified weather records and
historical climate data National Climatic
Data Center ........................................ 828-271-4800
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov
Southeast Regional
Climate Center............................. 803-734-9100
http://water.dnr.state.sc.us/climate/sercc
WILDLIFE
See listing under Fish and Wildlife Service
WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION
Main Number .................................. 888-232-3228
Fax-on-Demand .............................. 888-232-3299
General Information ........................ 800-662-4357
TAXES
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Federal
Excise Tax ................................... 877-882-3277
Special Occupational Tax
– including Retail Liquor
Dealers .................................... 800-937-8864
Federal Income Taxes
– see listing under Internal Revenue Service
TRAVELERS’ INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
ADVISORY
PLEASE GIVE US
YOUR COMMENTS &
SUGGESTIONS concerning
the Federal Blue Pages by either
calling toll free at:
£‡nÇLJÓÎLJÎÇÎn
General Information ........................ 877-394-8747
or visiting our web page:
http://USBluePages.gov
COMMUNITY EVENTS
CALICO FORT
WHEN:..................... 2nd weekend in April, Saturday & Sunday, 9am-5pm
WHERE: ..................... Fort Deposit, Exit 142, Follow The Signs
WHAT IS IT? ............. Arts and crafts fair, entertainment for the
whole family - story tellers, glass blowers, weavers, pony rides, petting zoo, dirt road race, food, music, and much
more! Proceeds benefit community projects.
COST: ......................... Adults $4, Children $1, Booth Rentals $100
MORE INFO: ............. 227-4411
RELAY FOR LIFE
WHEN:..................... May, Friday Night Through Saturday AM
WHERE: ..................... Greenville YMCA
WHAT IS IT? ............. American Cancer Society’s signature event to
honor cancer survivors and victims and to raise money for research and programs of ACS. Community owned,
volunteer driven event with fun, food, and entertainment all night long!
COST: ......................... $100 Per Team Participating, Free Admission
for the Public, Donations Accepted
MORE INFO: ............. 382-0550
MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATION
WHEN:..................................................................................................................................... Memorial Day
WHERE: ......................................................................................................................................... Confederate Park
WHAT IS IT? ...............Greenville Lions Club holds an annual celebration each year on Memorial Day. This event is to
honor our soldiers past and present. Food, entertainment and a program
COST: ....................................................................................................................... Free Admission For The Public
MORE INFO: ........................................................................................................... Contact Greenville Lions Club
HANK WILLIAMS FESTIVAL
WHEN:..................... 1st weekend of June, Friday & Saturday
WHERE: ..................... Hank Williams Museum, Georgiana
WHAT IS IT? ............. Fun filled weekend of country music, arts and crafts, food and drinks, entertainment for
the whole family. Event to pay tribute to a country music legend. Tour his boyhood home & museum.
COST: ......................... Advance weekend tickets $30, Friday only $15 (open at 3pm), Saturday only $25
(open at 8am)
MORE INFO: ............. 376-2555
CELEBRATE AMERICA
WHEN:................................................................. Last weekend in June, 7pm until
WHERE: ......................................................................Greenville High School Stadium
WHAT IS IT? ........................Fourth of July Celebration: fun, food, games, and fireworks.
Hosted by Chamber Of Commerce.
COST: ......................................................................... Free Admission, Games 50¢ each
MORE INFO: ....................................................................................................382-3181
WATERMELON JUBILEE
WHEN:..................................................................................................2nd weekend in August
WHERE: ............................................................................... Watermelon Hill At Greenville YMCA
WHAT IS IT? .................. Two day event filled with lots of fun: a seed-splitting contest, showcases of arts
and crafts, festive foods, watermelon tasting, and endless entertainment.
COST: ............................................................Admission: $3 an individual
MORE INFO: .............................................................................. 382-0550
BUTLER COUNTY FAIR
WHEN:..................... Last week in September, gates open 5pm daily
and 2pm on Saturday
WHERE: ..................... Butler County Fairgrounds
WHAT IS IT? ............. Fun filled day with art exhibits, flower arrangements, livestock,
food and drinks, rides and games.
COST: ......................... Children 5 & below: Free, Children 6-13: $2,
Ages 14 & Up: $5
MORE INFO: ............. Richard Branum 371-2000
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COMMUNITY EVENTS
BUTLER COUNTY JUNIOR MISS
WHEN:..................... September
WHERE: ..................... Ritz Theatre, Downtown Greenville
WHAT IS IT? ............. Local senior girls compete in area of scholastics, interview, self-expression,
talent and fitness, and essay writing. Winner goes to compete in Alabama Jr. Miss.
COST: ......................... Admission required
MORE INFO: ............. 382-3181
PULLIN’ IN THE PINES TRACTOR PULL
WHEN:..................... September
WHERE: ..................... Fort Deposit
MORE INFO: ............. Ren Heartsill 205-849-6938
SWEET GUM BOTTOM BLUES FESTIVAL
WHEN:.............................................................................................................................Last week in October
WHERE: ............................................................................................................Main Street in downtown Greenville,
behind the Ritz Theatre
WHAT IS IT? ................ Fun filled day with food & drinks, acoustic blues competition, vendors offering many things, and
the “Blues n’ Que” barbeque competition. Lots of entertainment for the kids.
COST: .............................................................................. Admission required
MORE INFO: ........................................................... Nancy Idland 382-8729
OLD TIME FARM DAYS
WHEN:..................... Last weekend in October
WHERE: ..................... 2828 Sandcutt Road, Carey & Carolyn Thompson’s Heritage Farm
WHAT IS IT? ............. Residents will understand, appreciate, and reminisce about the hard work and toil of days gone by
with mule plowing teams, pedal tractor races, boot races, quilting, and farm animals. There will also be blacksmith, grist mill,
and basket making demonstrations.
COST: ......................... Adults donate: $2, Students donate: $1, Children are Free
MORE INFO: ............. Bill & Barbara 382-0045, Virginia 382-3523
SWEET POTATO FESTIVAL
WHEN:.......................................................................................... 1st weekend in November
WHERE: ................................................................................................ Butler County Fairgrounds
WHAT IS IT? ........................... Day filled with delicious treats and the crowning of the festival’s kings,
queens and courts.
COST: ..... Free admission to the public, Booth rental $25 queens and courts.
MORE INFO: ...........................................................Clara Hudson 382-3202
LOW COUNTRY BOIL
WHEN:..................... November
WHERE: ..................... Butler County Fairgrounds
WHAT IS IT? ............. Many gather to enjoy cajun cuisine, music, and festivities. They also get a chance to
win numerous door prizes given away during the night.
COST: ......................... $25 each person; must be 21 years of age
MORE INFO: ............. 382-3181
CHRISTMAS PARADE
WHEN:..................... December
WHERE: ..................... Downtown Greenville
WHAT IS IT? ............. Local organizations, schools, and companies participate with tractors,
floats, cars and trucks by throwing candy to locals. Santa rides through town on the fire truck.
Children are able to meet and greet with Santa after the parade.
COST: ......................... Free to the public
MORE INFO: ............. 382-3251
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AREA SCHOOLS
PRINCIPAL: DR. CHARLES FARMER
MISSION STATEMENT:
Grades: 9th - 12th
The mission of Greenville High School, through our
supportive, challenging and enriching learning environment, is to provide each student with the opportunity
to achieve maximum potential by becoming a confident, self-motivated, life-long learner and productive
citizen. Students are prepared to be critical thinkers
and problem solvers in a diverse world.
100 Tiger Drive
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-2608
Fax: (334) 382-7202
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: MR. JAI HILL
Grades: 5th- 8th
300 Overlook Road, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-3450
Fax: (334) 382-0686
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: DR. TERA SIMMONS
Grades: 3rd and 4th
102 Butler Circle, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-7614
Fax: (334) 382-2425
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
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AREA SCHOOLS
PRINCIPAL: MRS. CATHERINE SAWICKI
Our mission is to provide each student,
Grades: K-2nd
through well-defined instructional
100 Butler Circle
Greenville, Alabama 36037
programs, appropriate student personnel
services, the opportunity to achieve
maximum success to further enhance
Phone: (334) 382-8720
students’ options, and opportunities in
Fax: (334) 382-2425
leading successful, productive lives.
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: MR. RANDY WILLIAMS
The mission of McKenzie High School is
Grades: K-12th
to enable all students to pursue learning,
221 N. Garland Road
McKenzie, Alabama 36456
ute positively to their communities. The
Phone: (334) 374-2711
services facilities reflects our commitment
Fax: (334) 374-8108
to student success.
to apply learning to life, and to contribquality of our faculty, staff, programs,
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: MR. ALTON ABRAMS
Our mission statement is to assist in the
Grades: K-6th
total development of each child and to meet
individual needs in the cognitive, affective
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387 Parmer Avenue
Georgiana, Alabama 36033
and psychomotor domains. We also believe
Phone: (334) 376-2260
a responsible, productive citizen who can
Fax: (334) 376-9556
accept social and economic changes.
it is a necessity to prepare each child to be
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
AREA SCHOOLS
PRINCIPAL: MR. JOSEPH DEAN
Grades: 7th-12th
225 Patterson Avenue
Georgiana, Alabama 36033
The mission of Georgiana High
School is to provide students with a
quality education, enabling them to
lead productive lives in a continually
Phone: (334) 376-9130
changing society.
Fax: (334) 376-2956
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: AMY BRYAN
Grades: Pre K-2nd
211 School Highlands Road, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-5199
Fax: (334) 382-7592
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION www.butlerco.k12.al.us
PRINCIPAL: MARQUES STEWART
Grades: 6th-8th
305 School Drive
Fort Deposit, Alabama 36032
Phone: (334) 227-4206
Our mission is to develop
leadership skills, build character,
and exemplify excellent
moral character.
http://www.lowndesboe.org
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
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AREA schools
PRINCIPAL: DARRYL ARMS
Grades: K-5th
Gilmer Hills Road, Fort Deposit, Alabama 36032
Phone: (334) 227-8704
Fax: (334) 227-4735
http://www.lowndesboe.org
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
A ministry of Camellia City Baptist Church.
PRINCIPAL: ROBERT PAUL
Accelerated – Individualized Program
Grades: K-12th
ABEKA and A.C.E. Curriculum
1300 S. Conecuh Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Safe Christian Environment for Learning
Based on Teaching Biblical Concepts
Phone: (334) 382-8011
Fax: (334) 371-8011
Established 1973
ACT’s and SAT 10
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
PRINCIPAL: MR. DAVID BRANTLEY
Grades: Pre K – 12
1100 Gamble Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-2606
www.fortdale.com
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PRIVATE SCHOOLS
The mission of Fort Dale
Academy is to prepare our
students for college and career
in an environment that is
academically vigorous, nurturing,
safe, and morally, socially and
emotionally supportive.
higher education
Lurleen B. Wallace Community College
(LBWCC) is a great place to start your
journey to achieving educational and career
750 Greenville By-Pass
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone:
(334) 382-2133
goals. LBWCC offers the first two years of
a variety of programs of study for academic
transfer to a four year college or university.
More than 20 career programs conveniently
located at one or more of the three locations.
Fax: (334) 382-2215
They offer a variety of sports programs, student organizations, and cultural activities for
students. LBW is an institutional member of
the Alabama College Association.
COLLEGES
Hood Theological Seminary is a graduate and
professional school where intellectual discourse
and ministerial preparation occur in tandem,
within the framework of a community of faith.
In its objectives, the Seminary adheres to the
highest Christian principles, and encourages
the members of its community to embody those
725 South Conecuh Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone:
(334) 371-1911
principles in their lives. The purpose of the
Seminary is to educate and prepare men and
women for leadership in the various ministries
and vocations of the Christian church.
COLLEGES
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AREA history
FORT DEPOSIT
The original “Fort Deposit” was established as a supply depot by General Ferdinand L.
Claiborne in 1813 during the Creek Indian War. It served as a base of operations when
General Claiborne engaged the Creeks at the Battle of the Holy Ground. The fort was
located just northeast of the present Myrtlewood Cemetery in the Gilmer Hills area.
The community of Fort Deposit once known as Ballard’s Precinct arose on its present site
during the territorial and early statehood periods of Alabama history. The legislature
incorporated the town of Fort Deposit on February 13, 1801.
Visit: http://fortdeposit.info/
GEORGIANA
The original name for Georgiana was Pittsville. It was named after the founder of
the town Rev. Pitts Milner. He later decided to rename the town after his home state
of Georgia and his daughter Anna. Georgiana is best known for being the boyhood
home of legendary country western star Hank Williams.
GREENVILLE
Butler County was founded in 1819 and was named for Capt. William Butler,
a soldier of the Creek War of 1813-14. Greenville was founded in 1871. It was
originally named Buttsville but Immigrants renamed it Greenville due to the forests
of oak trees that reminded them of their former home in Greenville, S.C. Greenville
was one of the first settled towns. Greenville is the county seat of Butler County and
home of the historic Butler County Courthouse.
Visit: http://www.greenville-alabama.com/
MCKENZIE
The town of McKenzie was named after a civil engineer, soldier and
member of the Alabama Constitutional Convention, Bethune Beaton McKenzie.
Mr McKenzie built a sawmill in the area that was known as Dunham Station.
This was the original name of the town until 1900 when the name McKenzie
was adopted. As the railroad was being built the town sprang up along the line.
McKenzie was a depot stop on the line.
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AREA RECREATION
177 Academy Drive, Greenville, AL 36037
(334) 382-0550
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Thursday
5:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday
5:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Sunday
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
CHILD WATCH HOURS
Monday – Thursday
4:30 – 7:00p.m.
101 SunBelt Parkway
Greenville, AL 36037
(334) 382-9787
E-Mail:
[email protected]
CoursesThe Loblolly nine
The Canyon nine
The Sherling nine
The Short Course
ACTIVITIES – Most activities are seasonal.
Basketball – ages 3-12
Soccer – ages 3-14
Swim Competition – ages 6-18
Must be able to swim in order to participate.
Swimming Lessons – ages 3 and up
T-Ball – ages 3-4
Football – ages 6-12
Cheerleading – ages 6-12
Dance Team – ages 6-12
PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITIES
The YMCA has a full service gym with a variety of workout
equipment and a weight room. They also offer aerobics
classes and Yoga. You must be at least 16 years of age to use
the gym and to participate in the aerobics and Yoga classes.
AMENITIES
Cart Type ...................... EZGO Medalist Electric, equipped
with ProShot GPS Yardage System
Practice Facilities ......... Driving Range with Grass Tees;
Short Game Area
Instruction .................... Available by Appointment
Putting Green ............... TifDwarf Bermuda Grass
Caddies ......................... No
Bag Storage ................... No
Rental Clubs ................. King Cobra SS- $30.00 for 18 holes; $17.50 for 9 holes
Club House ................... 22,500 sq. ft.
Restaurant..................... Open for breakfast and lunch with a full service bar
Locker Rooms ............... Men and Ladies
Tennis Courts ............... No
Pool .............................. No
POLICIES
Walking Allowed .......... Yes
Coolers Allowed ........... No
Dress Code.................... Customary Golf Attire Required
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AREA RECREATION
4397 Braggs Road, Greenville, AL 36037
(800) 810-5253 / 382-3638
AMENITIES
- 41 Campsites
- 30 slots with full hook ups
- 11 slots with partial hook ups
- 20 pull throughs
- 30-50 amp electricity
- Tent Camping Welcome
- Two lakes with lake house, fishing pier
and boat rentals
- Nature Trail
- Lake House Meeting Center
- Newly Overhauled picnic pavilions
- Picnic and nearby pavilion
HUNTING LICENSE
Resident
State .........................................................$15.00
County.......................................................$ 7.50
Sportsman’s License ..................................$58.50
Includes state hunting, fresh water and salt water fishing,
WMA, State waterfowl stamp and issuance fees.
Issuance Fee ................................................$1.00
Lifetime Licenses
Hunting .................................................. $300.00
Freshwater Fishing .................................. $150.00
Saltwater Fishing .................................... $250.00
PLEASE CONTACT THE
PARK FOR PRICING FOR
THE FOLLOWING:
- RV Campsite
- Primitive Campsite
- Fishing Permit
- Fishing Boat with Paddle
- Trolling motor for fishing boat
(When available you must have
a state fishing license to fish.)
64 Lifetime License...................................$15.00
This new license is available to Alabama Residents 64 years
old for the price of an annual resident hunting or
fishing license.
Non-Resident
Annual All Game ................................... $250.00
10-Day Trip All Game ............................ $125.00
3-Day Trip All Game ................................$75.00
An all game license is required for
non-residents to hunt deer and/or turkey.
Annual Small Game .................................$75.00
10-Day Trip Small Game ..........................$45.00
3-Day Trip Small Game ............................$30.00
1016 E. Commerce Street, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: 382-3031 / Information Line: 371-BALL
The City of Greenville Parks and Recreation offers
programs for both youth and adult.
SUMMER LEAGUE SOFTBALL & BASEBALL
T-Ball..........................................................Ages 5-6
Mite League ................................................Ages 7-8
Minor League............................................Ages 9-10
Dixie Youth.............................................Ages 11-12
Dixie Boys...............................................Ages 13-14
Dixie Majors ...........................................Ages 15-18
Girls................................................... All age groups
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Youth Basketball is also offered by the Greenville Parks
and Recreation.
REGISTRATION FEES:
One Child...................................................... $20.00
Two Children................................................. $30.00
Three or More Children ................................ $40.00
Late fees are charged if registering after the set deadline.
Adult Softball, Volleyball and Basketball are also offered
by GPRD. The fees are set up per team. The fee is
determined by the final number of teams and players.
AREA RECREATION
Day Park
Beeland Park
Dunbar Park
Greenville Softball Complex
206 School Highlands Road
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: 382-8708
Dunbar Center is located across from the old
Greenville High School. City basketball is
held at this center. They also rent the center
for many purposes, such as, weddings, family
reunions, birthdays, showers, civic club
meetings. The center has a full kitchen,
meeting room and gym.
Playground
1018 E. Commerce Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Batting Cages
Pavilions
Tennis Courts
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area recreation
Confederate Park was created in 1897 as a joint effort of the Father
Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the City
of Greenville, with First United Methodist Church providing the park
site. The sixteen-foot marble statue of a Confederate soldier was erected
in the center of the park in 1903 and is a well-known landmark. The
park serves the community as an outdoor center for concerts and festivals. Sponsored by the Sasanqua Garden Club of Greenville.
Phone: 227-4331
The Fort Deposit City Park has a playground, pavilion, restrooms
and a walking trail. The pavilion can be rented for different
functions. For more information contact the Town of Fort Deposit.
Watson Park is a great spot to stop for a picnic. This
park was built for the J.C. Watson family. The park
was donated by Elanor and Mac Lewis. Located across
the street from the Georgiana Post Office.
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THINGS TO DO
601 Paul Stabler Drive
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone:
251-747-4624 / 334-382-2944 / 334-617-6622
Bring the family out
Season: April to November
Saturday and enjoy the race.
Gates open at 4:00 PM
Races start at 7:00 PM
Showtime Hotline: 371-4200
GENERAL ADMISSION
9 yr & under................. FREE
10 to 15 yr ............. $5.00 ea.
16 and up ............. $10.00 ea.
PIT ADMISSION
Pit Pass ................ $20.00 ea.
Car Entry ............. $25.00 ea.
OFFERS:
* Eight Screens * Facility Seats 1,294
* Stadium Seating * Daily Matinees
Visit: www.naosenter ta inment.com
Phone: 376-9019
The Georgiana Theater opened January 30, 1939. The debut film was “Gone with the
Wind” with “Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys” performing. It remained opened
until 1959. It was renovated and reopened July 15, 1999. The historic theatre provides
family entertainment in state-of-the-art surroundings. For more information you may
contact J.C. & Marilyn Sims at the number listed.
309 Fort Dale Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
Corner Of W. Jones St. &
S. Pollard St.
Phone: 404-4400
HOURS:
Monday - Friday ..9:00-5:30
HOURS:
Phone: 382-3216
Saturday ............9:00-2:00
Monday - Friday.... 3:00-6:00
Visit: www.gbcpl.org
Sunday ................. Closed
Saturday ........... 9:00-12:00
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THINGS TO DO
Museum Contact: 376-2396
Park Contact: 376-2555
www.hankmuseum.com
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday thru Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Sunday - Closed
Georgiana has gained national name recognition as the
hometown of Hank Williams, Sr. The boyhood home
of Hank was purchased by the city in 1992 and is open
to the public as a museum. The museum has the Hank
Williams Park located behind it where the annual
festival is held.
For many years, Greenville has been known for its’ beautiful homes and historic districts. Found along
Commerce Street are several historic districts which have been listed in the National Register of Historic
Places. Greenville’s structures include an unusual combination of historic homes, churches, city and county
government buildings and commercial establishments. The scale and styles of these buildings reflect the various
periods of economic affluence and architectural trends throughout the city’s history. Downtown Greenville
is a favorite place for locals and visitors looking for a true taste of Southern hospitality. Come, take a stroll
down Main Street and our surrounding historic neighborhoods and see for yourself.
The Ritz Theatre was built in 1935. Since
103 West Commerce Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
then many changes and improvements have
Phone: 382-3840
the site of the Greenville Area Arts Council’s
been made to the theatre. Currently, it is
productions. It also is the site to many recitals,
school plays and other programs. The Ritz can
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be rented for such programs.
SENIOR PROGRAMS
Hot meals are available. Small donations are accepted
308 Old Fort Rd
Fort Deposit, Alabama 36032
to help with the cost of the meal. Activities are available
Phone: 404-4444
at the center including all types of games; cards, board
Hours:
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
games, bingo and dominoes. You must be at least sixty
years of age to qualify for this program.
Programs offered at the center include card games,
109 Bolling Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
quilting classes, arts, crafts, health programs, wellness
Phone: 382-6005 U 382-5670
programs, weight programs, legal services and special
Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
activities. The second Tuesday and fourth Thursday
of each month is game night.
www.greenville-alabama.com
903 Cedar Street
Greenville, Alabama 36037
The Center services hot lunches on–site and also has a limited number
of hot meals that can be delivered to seniors within in the city limits of
Phone: 382-6005 U 382-5670
Greenville. They also offer dominoes, card games, singing, exercise,
Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m.
quilting, health checks, puzzles, legal aid and other various activities.
www.greenville-alabama.com
meet the eligibility requirements.
Transportation to the center within the city limits is available if you
306 N. Palmer Avenue
Georgiana, Alabama 36033
Phone: 376-9742
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CHAMBERS & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
www.bcced.com
750 Greenville ByPass, Building 1, Suite A, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Located On the Greenville Campus of Lurleen B. Wallace Community College
Phone: (334) 371-8400 or (800) 743-1210
Executive Director:
Ricky McLaney
Administrative Assistant: Lucy Foster
Phone: 227-4411
President:
Trey Cross
Treasurer: Estelle Payne
Welcome to Greenville!
www.greenville-alabama.com
1 Deposit Square, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: (334) 382-3251 or (800) 959-0717
Executive Director: Francine Wasden
Administrative Assistant: Annie Glen Branum
101 West Commerce Street, Greenville, Alabama 36037
Phone: 382-3474
Director:
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Nancy Idland