Town of Killen Mayor & Council


Tim Tubbs is the current mayor of Killen, Alabama. He was re-elected in 2020 and is the town’s 20th mayor. Tubbs is a lifelong resident of Killen and has a long history of involvement in the community. He is a former member of the Killen City Council and has served on numerous boards and committees.

Tubbs is a strong advocate for economic development and job creation in Killen. He is also committed to improving the town’s infrastructure and quality of life.


The council members are Jeff Wright, Don Owens, Connie Parrish, Charles Glover, and Johnny McGee.

The mayor and council of Killen, Alabama are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the town. The mayor is the chief executive officer of the town and is responsible for carrying out the laws and ordinances of the town. The council is a legislative body that makes decisions on matters affecting the town.

The mayor and council meet regularly to discuss issues affecting the town. They also hold public meetings to hear from residents and get their input on town matters.

The mayor and council are committed to making Killen a great place to live, work, and raise a family. They are working to improve the town’s infrastructure, attract new businesses, and create a positive environment for all residents.

Here are some of the goals of Mayor Tubbs and the Council:

  • To improve the town’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and water and sewer systems.
  • To attract new businesses to the town and create jobs.
  • To improve the quality of life for residents, including by providing more parks and recreation opportunities.
  • To make Killen a more attractive place to live, work, and raise a family.

Mayor Tubbs and the Council are working hard to achieve these goals and make Killen a better place for everyone.