Indian Springs Village

Indian Springs Village is a great place to raise a family in a semi-rural environment that is still only minutes from downtown Birmingham and Hoover. This page keeps our residents up-to-date with city news. Please see our website for more details.

Save the date...Easter Egg Hunt April 11th11-1
03/02/2020

Save the date...
Easter Egg Hunt April 11th
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03/02/2020

Due to the election, we will not be having dinner at tomorrow night's council meeting. Meeting will begin at 7:00.

Golden Retriever and Lab mix running loose at Oak Mountain Intermediate School.  Jumped on student and caused road rash....
02/26/2020

Golden Retriever and Lab mix running loose at Oak Mountain Intermediate School. Jumped on student and caused road rash. Shelby County Animal Control has been notified, if dogs show up again they will be picked up. Please keep dogs from roaming around into public areas.

02/18/2020

ISV Kiwanis Club invites you to attend the meeting this Thursday! No membership required!

Just a reminder about our upcoming ISV Kiwanis meeting this Thursday, February 20th at 6:30 PM. The meeting is being held in the media room (aka; the library) at the Oak Mountain High School. Walk through the front entrance door and keep walking straight and you will enter the media room.

This meeting will feature our annual cardiovascular health presentation (Dr. Dale Elliot) as well as our CPR instruction/practice (Brent Penny) and AED demonstration/practice (Rusty Lowe).

We will have CPR mannequins as well as an AED trainer at the meeting. Disclaimer: This is not a CPR/AED certification course.

We are having pizza and drinks for dinner but if you would like to bring a dessert, I am sure no one will complain.

Everyone, PLEASE bring someone that is not a member to the meeting so they can also receive this valuable information and enjoy the great fellowship.


Thanks,
Eugene “Buddy” Tyler
Fire Chief
North Shelby Fire District
4617 Valleydale Road | Birmingham, AL 35242
[email protected]
(O) 205-991-6439 X-2 | (C) 205-821-4845

02/11/2020

Please beware of SCAM...


There's a scam going on with an automated system, and it looks like it's AL Power's number calling. They say "You haven't paid your bill and your power will be cut off in 30 min" . It is a scam, so please spread the word!

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Frazier Christy. Indian Springs acknowledges and appreciates Frazier's ...
01/09/2020
View Arthur Christy's Obituary on Al.com and share memories

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Frazier Christy. Indian Springs acknowledges and appreciates Frazier's gifts and abilities and how he served our community as Town Engineer.

Arthur Frazier Christy, known to everyone as Frazier, passed away at home on December 20, 2019 at the age of 74. Frazier was born September 7, 1945 in

Thank you all so much for the outpouring of love, thoughts, and prayers during the sudden loss of my husband Don. He lov...
01/09/2020
View Donald Downs's Obituary on Al.com and share memories

Thank you all so much for the outpouring of love, thoughts, and prayers during the sudden loss of my husband Don. He loved this community and he loved sharing his time to volunteer with each and every ISV event. We will miss him greatly!

Donald J. Downs of Birmingham, Alabama passed away on December 3, 2019, after a brief battle with cancer. Don was the epitome of an "Auburn Man." A pro

12/03/2019

Due to the Holidays, there will be no dinner at tonight's Town Hall meeting. See you at 7!

Who's ready for Doughnuts with Singing Santa? He'll be riding in on his fire truck sleigh this Saturday December 7 at 10...
12/02/2019

Who's ready for Doughnuts with Singing Santa? He'll be riding in on his fire truck sleigh this Saturday December 7 at 10:00 a.m..Join us for Christmas carols, pictures, and doughnuts!
Ho Ho Ho!!!

11/21/2019

Please take note...
Kiwanis Club meets tonight at 6:30 in the Multi Purpose Building because ZBA will be meeting in the Town Hall at 7:00.

For those who have RSVP'd for Founder's Day, don't forget about the auction! One of our former street signs could be goi...
10/14/2019

For those who have RSVP'd for Founder's Day, don't forget about the auction! One of our former street signs could be going home with you tomorrow night!😄

Please be considerate of your neighbors🙂
10/07/2019

Please be considerate of your neighbors🙂

Randy Miller...Your Indian Springs family would like to congratulate you on your retirement! ENJOY!
10/02/2019

Randy Miller...
Your Indian Springs family would like to congratulate you on your retirement! ENJOY!

09/30/2019

TOMORROW...NATIONAL NIGHT OUT and Change to Town Council Dinner

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and North Shelby Fire District will be hosting the Shelby County National Night Out this year at Heardmont Park on Tuesday, October 1st from 6:00-8:00 PM.

There will be no dinner tomorrow evening in lieu of National Night Out and Founder's Day on Oct. 15. We will be at Heardmont to support Nat'l Night Out and then resume the meeting at Town Hall at 7:00.

REMINDER...NATIONAL NIGHT OUTThe Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and North Shelby Fire District will be hosting the Shelb...
09/26/2019

REMINDER...NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and North Shelby Fire District will be hosting the Shelby County National Night Out this year at Heardmont Park on Tuesday, October 1st from 6:00-8:00 PM.

National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and public safety while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring public safety and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

There will be numerous law enforcement and fire department vehicles present to explore including the sheriff’s department helicopter. FREE hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served! There will also be two “bounce houses”, “Sparky” the fire dog, fire helmets for the children and much more.

09/24/2019

Indian Springs Village is saddened by the sudden passing of Jack and Rita Mendel's son, Mike Mendel. Please keep the Mendel family in your thoughts and prayers this week.

U.S. Census Bureau Announces the Start of First Major Field Operation for 2020 Census.  www.census.gov/newsroom/press-re...
09/23/2019
U.S. Census Bureau Announces the Start of First Major Field Operation

U.S. Census Bureau Announces the Start of First Major Field Operation for 2020 Census.
www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2019/ad-can-launch.html
The news release tells you what to expect from census bureau employees. Never give anyone information until credentials have been presented. The census is very important !!! However, please be aware of scams.

On August 12, the U.S. Census Bureau briefed the media on the launch of address canvassing, the first major field operation of the 2020 Census.

Anyone interested in the impact that legalized marijuana has had in Colorado, please go to www.RMHIDTA.org or the ISV we...
09/19/2019
Program Overview

Anyone interested in the impact that legalized marijuana has had in Colorado, please go to www.RMHIDTA.org or the ISV web-site and read the report prepared by The Rocky Mountain HIDTA Strategic Intelligence Unit. Interesting statistics !!!!

The Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) program was established by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) in 1996. As of 2019, the program has 30 HIDTA designated counties in 4 states (Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming).

09/09/2019

A message from Compact 20/20...

Hello friends,

Today the the Surgeon General sounded a "national alarm” regarding marijuana use and its impact on the developing brain. Dr. Adams stated significant concern for "recent increases in access to marijuana and in its potency, along with misperceptions of its safety [as they all] endanger our most precious resource, our nation’s youth.”



Other notable points:

State laws may have changed, but science has not changed and federal law has not changed.
In 2017, new marijuana users between ages of 18 and 25 rose by almost 30% and more than 9 million 12 to 25 year olds reported marijuana use in previous month.
In pregnant women, marijuana is now the most commonly used illicit drug, and use by pregnant women has more than doubled in recent years.
There is no safe level of marijuana use for adolescents and women who are pregnant.
Marijuana poses substantial risks to the developing brain.
Chronic marijuana use is linked to a decline in IQ.
Marijuana use is linked to risk for psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.
Marijuana use is linked to increase in suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
Policy makers need to be aware of health implications of decisions they make

08/29/2019

SAVE THE DATE...

FAMILY DAY is September 30, 2019
FAMILY WEEK is September 29 through October 5, 2019
Sponsored by Alabama Family Rights Association

Family Day is a national movement to celebrate parental engagement as an effective tool to help keep America’s children substance-free. Families are the cornerstone of an orderly society. However, over the last several decades, Alabama families have grown progressively weaker. Family Day in Alabama has evolved to “Family Week” and expanded to reflect the importance of connecting with children throughout the week/day and making a concentrated effort to implement programs that stress the importance of a child’s needs and the importance of interacting together as a family.
Scientific data indicates that when both parents are actively involved in a child’s life, the outcome is measurably improved.

Children spending significant time with their parents and family members decreases the chances of youth suicides, school dropouts, juvenile drug abuse, teen pregnancies, and incarceration. Research shows that children with hands-on parents are far less likely to exhibit risky and disruptive behavioral problems.

This is an important local and national initiative to remind parents, communities, and leaders, that a child whose parents are not engaged and involved in their upbringing and care is a child “at risk.”

Show your support for children and family on Monday,September 30, 2019 and anytime during the week of September 29th. We are asking you to eat a meal or do some other activity together. Family Day/Week event ideas include:

-organizing a block party in your community
-hosting a potluck at church
-playing games that include the family
-eating dinner as a family and using conversation starters
-attending movie night at the park

This will remind everyone of the precious nature of childhood and our responsibility as adults to protect and encourage our children.

Take a photo or video with everyone enjoying time together, and post it on your favorite social media channels using#MyFamilySelfie, #FamilyDayAL19.

Remember, parental engagement matters!

08/22/2019

"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in."
-Anonymous

08/20/2019

The 2020 Census is important in the lives of Shelby County residents and businesses! It is more than just a head count. It provides a picture of our county, state, and nation that helps determine how congressional seats are apportioned, where to build new schools, hospitals, businesses and how federal funding is distributed. In Shelby County, Census data ensures public services and funding for our schools, fire departments, hospitals, and the building of roads and bridges. Everyone Counts! Let’s count everyone once and in the right place during Census 2020!

Indian Springs Village Town Council passed the DAR's request to proclaim September 17-23 as Constitution Week to show su...
08/08/2019

Indian Springs Village Town Council passed the DAR's request to proclaim September 17-23 as Constitution Week to show support for this important document and all it represents to Americans.

NATIONAL NIGHT OUTThe Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and North Shelby Fire District will be hosting the Shelby County Na...
08/08/2019

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and North Shelby Fire District will be hosting the Shelby County National Night Out this year at Heardmont Park on Tuesday, October 1st from 6:00-8:00 PM.

National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and public safety while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring public safety and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

There will be numerous law enforcement and fire department vehicles present to explore including the sheriff’s department helicopter. Free hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served. There will also be two “bounce houses”, “Sparky” the fire dog, fire helmets for the children and much more.

Did you know that the United States census began in 1790? Make sure you are counted in 2020!
07/15/2019

Did you know that the United States census began in 1790? Make sure you are counted in 2020!

07/09/2019
Indian Springs Village

Indian Springs Village

I hope everyone enjoyed celebrating the 4th of July this year. For those who missed the ISV parade, check it out on this short video.

07/09/2019
2019 ISV Parade

I hope everyone enjoyed celebrating the 4th of July this year. For those who missed the ISV parade, check it out on this short video.

Is your ride ready for the parade???
07/03/2019

Is your ride ready for the parade???

4th of July fun for the kiddos...We will have the Rip-N-Dip waterslide and an inflatable Slip-N-Slide.Remember a bathing...
07/03/2019

4th of July fun for the kiddos...We will have the Rip-N-Dip waterslide and an inflatable Slip-N-Slide.
Remember a bathing suit and towel!

Lunch tickets for the 4th...Adult plate $10 Kid plate $6Can somebody say YUM???
07/02/2019

Lunch tickets for the 4th...
Adult plate $10
Kid plate $6

Can somebody say YUM???

07/01/2019

Due to the 4th of July Celebration, there will be no dinner at tomorrow night's meeting.

Whose homemade dessert will win the prize this year???
07/01/2019

Whose homemade dessert will win the prize this year???

Please join us...Parade begins at 10:30 in the Wal-Mart parking lot.Flag raising at 11:30 at the Town Hall.Jim-N-Nick's ...
06/29/2019

Please join us...

Parade begins at 10:30 in the Wal-Mart parking lot.
Flag raising at 11:30 at the Town Hall.
Jim-N-Nick's BBQ served from 12-2.
Homemade dessert contest* Waterslides for the kids*

*See the Village Voice for parade route...
*Parking and shuttle service from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

06/20/2019

Hazard of Helium Balloons

A potential serious injury to a horse was recently avoided when the owner found the horse nibbling on remnants of helium balloons fallen into their pasture. If you use balloons for a celebration please take them down immediately after the event and dispose of them.

Also, balloons should not be attached to any sign including street signs, stop signs, real estate signs, yard signs, etc. per our Zoning Ordinance.

Is your dog missing?Dog found on 119, incorrect number on tag... taken to Oak View Vet.
05/09/2019

Is your dog missing?
Dog found on 119, incorrect number on tag... taken to Oak View Vet.

What an achievement! Way to go OMES!!!Oak Mountain Elementary Named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by Franklin Covey C...
05/07/2019

What an achievement! Way to go OMES!!!

Oak Mountain Elementary Named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by Franklin Covey Co.
Leadership and Life Skills Inspire Young Students to be 21st Century Leaders with
The Leader in Me Process

Birmingham, AL - SALT LAKE CITY– DATE – May 6, 2019 Oak Mountain Elementary announced today the school has been named as a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by Franklin Covey Co. (NYSE: FC). This recognition comes because the school has achieved outstanding results in school and student outcomes, by implementing The Leader in Me process with fidelity. It is also because of the extraordinary impact the school is having on staff, students, parents, and the greater community.

Sean Covey, President, FranklinCovey Education, said, “We are thrilled to recognize Oak Mountain Elementary as a Leader in Me Lighthouse School. Schools who achieve the Lighthouse Milestone are great examples of a strong leadership model, process, and of what it means to be a Leader in Me school. This school has experienced transformational results by implementing the principles and practices related to The Leader in Me. We are so pleased to celebrate the success they are experiencing.”

Debbie Horton, principal of Oak Mountain Elementary said, “We are honored to become a Leader in Me Lighthouse School. We have seen such amazing results from implementing The Leader in Me process at our school, such as Pre-K through 3rd grade students setting and achieving academic, leadership and cultural goals, students being the leaders of their own learning and an increase in community service. One example is a student who was shy and unassuming before experiencing the 7 habits. She has really found her voice and has been such a champion for The Leader in Me. She has hosted numerous adults this year and has been so eloquent in sharing all the ways we lead at our school. Most recently, she spoke at our districts’ Showcase Breakfast, where she shared how a day of leadership and collaboration with our high school students impacted her, the school and community. This eight year old young lady was able to speak with authority about her learning and her leadership and who knows where she will go in the future. This process not only has had a significant impact on this student, but on all students. And, we expect to see greater results over time.”

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Indian Springs, AL
35124

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Wednesday 09:00 - 13:00
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Hello! Need recommendations for someone to trim and shape some hedges / shrubs, and also lay pine straw in a few beds. We have someone who cuts the grass who is great, he just doesn’t have time to help spruce up the property. Thanks in advance.
Does anyone in Village Government know the details and rationale about Pelham raising our water rates? Is this for water in the wells and tanks up on Indian Crest in our Village. Bart Trammell sent an e-mail as a FYI.He used to be one of our longtime Town Councilmen and sent messages and alerts out quite frequently but have not had any from his replacement or anyone else. I looked on the website in hopes it would be in the Village Voice but there are no 2019 issues online. Does anyone have details and does Pelham socialize their increases with our residents. Pelham may have visited one of our Town Hall meetings to announce the increase and explain the reasons and details with our residents and I missed the meeting. Did this happen?? If we had known we would surely attended.
The arts and crafts fair will be raising funds for Shelby County Education Foundation. Please share! Bring your family and friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/790751491306168/
The arts and crafts fair will be raising funds for Shelby County Education Foundation. Please share! Bring your family and friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/790751491306168/
Can someone give an update on the zoning meeting last night on the new neighborhood?
We love our Indian Springs community!!! Follow me on Instagram Lavish looks by Ceal
MISSING!!!! Rosey - Yellow Black-Mouth-Curr Greg - Brown Boxer We miss them so! Especially my kids!!!! 205-200-4502
Hello friends of Indian Springs Village! You are cordially invited to attend the Indian Springs Christmas Shop that will be held at the Town Hall on Thursday, 12/6 from 4-8. Local artists will help you with your Christmas lists providing options such as pottery, jewelry, woodworking, candles, paintings, Christmas decor, wreaths and much more! We can't wait to see you there!
In case you missed my post, Headstart Valleydale closed on September 9. I started working at Studio H on Valleydale in between Walgreens and Hacienda on September 10. ☎️Call 205-874-9405 to make an appointment. 😀 Walk-ins welcome! Salon Hours: ⌚Mon10-7 TuesThurs10-7 WedSat 9-5 Fri 9 Closed on Sunday. Thanks have a good day!! #salon #35242 #hair #stidioh # honorssalon
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