Simpson County is under a burn ban as of October 15, 2022 until further notice.

Dangerous and Potentially Dangerous Dog Ordinance

Simpson County Solid Waste management has determined a route change is in order to improve pick up times & fuel efficiency. The routes that are normally picked up on Monday for St. John’s Rd., Gus Phillips Rd., Franklin Rd., Gardner Ray Rd. and Cox Rd. will now be picked up on Tuesdays. We ask that you have all trash in bags and out by 6 AM. This change will begin June 6th, 2022

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but hope you will see it will be beneficial all the way around for all customers and for our drivers, in their commitment to achieve good and timely service for our citizens.                              If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office 601-847-1418. It is our desire to always look for ways to improve and work efficiently for all Simpson County citizens.



            There came on for consideration this day the matter concerning the current site of the Magee 4 North Polling Place located at the Magee City Hall (Police Station) in the City of Magee, Mississippi, and the Board finds that the City of Magee has requested by Letter dated December 13, 2021, that the polling place be moved to the Magee Civic Center as the polling place for this precinct for safety reasons.  The Board finds that the Magee Civic Center has favorable accessibility and accommodations for the voters in this precinct.  The Board finds that it is in the best interests of the citizens of this voting precinct to move the polling place from the Magee City Hall (Police Station) to the Magee Civic Center in the City of Magee, Mississippi.

            After discussion, Supervisor Welch moved for the adoption of the following Order:

            BE IT ORDERED that the polling place for the Magee 4 North voting precinct shall be moved from the Magee City Hall (Police Station) location in the City of Magee to the Magee Civic Center and the Board of Supervisors shall publish notice of such change in polling place location in the Magee Courier for three weeks with such notice to be published more than sixty days prior to the next primary elections. 

            BE IT FUTHER ORDERED that a copy of this Order be provided to the Simpson County Election Commission, the local executive committees of the Republican and Democratic parties and to the Mayor/Board of Alderman of the City of Magee.

              Supervisor Craft seconded the motion for adoption of the foregoing Order, and after discussion thereof, the following vote was taken by the members of the Board of Supervisors: 

Mitchell Chatman voting Aye

Danny Craft voting Aye

Brian Kennedy voting Aye

Donny Welch voting Aye

Randy Moore voting Aye    

            The foregoing Order having received the unanimous vote of all members of the Board of Supervisors of Simpson County, the same was duly adopted and enacted on this the 16th day of December, 2021.

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Simpson County Board of Supervisors is waiving the late fee for Simpson County Solid Waste accounts for the April through June 2020 Quarter. Solid waste quarterly fees of $35.00 are still due.

New Payment Options – Online Web and Phone Service

***To utilize our Web or Automated Phone Payment options You must have our Bureau Code 9588703  & have your Solid Waste Account number available to get started.***

WEB PAYMENT: Click Here and use the following Bureau Code: 9588703

AUTOMATED PHONE SERVICE PAYMENT known as IVR – Dial 1-866-549-1010 and follow instructions, Press 0 at any time for assistance. If you do not know your account number, look on your quarterly bill or call the Simpson County Solid Waste Office at 601-847-1418.