Aliceville Mayor


Mayor Terrence E. Windham has a vision for the city of Aliceville to go Forward Together economically, educationally, and in community unity as we proceed into the 21st century and beyond. At 32, he is the youngest Mayor to be elected in the city's history and the first African American male to hold the title. 

Mayor Windham is a graduate of Aliceville High School class of 2006. In 2010 he completed a his Bachelors degree at Jacksonville State University. At Jacksonville State, he assumed many leadership roles across the campus to include becoming the Vice President of Student Senate. 

Mayor Windham is no stranger to Municipal Government as he has been elected twice as City Councilman of District 3 and served as the Alabama District 7 Covid-19 Advisory group with Congress Woman Terri Sewell. Additionally during his term he has fought for the repair of dangerous roads, established a permanent pay scale for city employees, and established the first Covid-19 testing in Pickens County among other things. He also serves and is active on several boards across the city, county, and state.

Mayor Windham is passionate and dedicated to the constituents of Aliceville, especially the youth of our city. This is evident in the internship opportunities he established to promote interest and attempt to grow our own workforce. Additionally, he established a Junior Council group to introduce youth to the world of city government and promote civic interest within our city.

Overall Mayor Windham sees himself as simply a vessel of God to be used in any way he can to make the city of Aliceville be as successful as it can become.


Moving Forward Together!

Mayor Windham can be reached at


Terrence Windham