Mayor Lynn Swinford said the annexation is on the agenda for tonight's 6:30 meeting at Munford's Town Hall.
"All we've got to do is pass an ordinance, accept the petition and annex the property in," he said.
The annexation will take in property around the intersection of Alabama 21 and Cedars Road. Matthew Rouse, a volunteer firefighter, died in an accident at the intersection on Oct. 10.
Blake Harris, a Talladega resident, and his three sons own property at the intersection and have agreed to allow the town to annex it, even though it means they will pay a little more in taxes.
Rouse's sister, Kristy Rouse Hughes, called tonight's meeting a "good finish for the little people."
"We are proud that such a small community pulled together not just their effort but their hearts to make Munford a safer place," Hughes said on behalf of her family. "This light means a lot of things to a lot of different people, but to me, every time it changes my brother saves another life."