Trussville Civic Center

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Trussville Civic Center in January 2009

The Trussville Civic Center is located at 5381 Trussville-Clay Road adjacent to the new Hewitt-Trussville High School. The 67,500 square foot, $10 million, one-story structure is a replacement facility for the John C. Yarbrough Community Center on Parkway Drive. Completed in 2008, the center features an exhibition hall, a full-sized kitchen and several meeting rooms. Designed by Davis Architects, its architecture compliments that of the neighboring new Hewitt-Trussville High School.

On Tuesday, November 14, 2006, the Trussville City Council unanimously rezoned the parcels at 5460 Trussville-Clay Road from one institutional zoning to a more appropriate one to allow for the construction of the new building. Construction commenced in 2007 and the center saw its official ribbon cutting on October 13, 2008.


  • Debro, Anita (June 7, 2006) "Community center design to match nearby buildings". Birmingham News
  • Debro, Anita (November 16, 2006) "Government roundup". Birmingham News
  • McCay, Meredith (October 16, 2008) "Trussville cuts ribbon for new Civic Center". St. Clair Times

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