Brantley is a town in Crenshaw County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 809. Brantley was incorporated in 1891. Brantley Alabama Geography
Brantley is located in southern Crenshaw County at 31°35’4″ North, 86°15’24” West (31.584365, −86.256651). According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 3.16 square miles, of which 3.11 square miles is land and 0.050 square miles, or 1.60%, is water.
Pinson is a city in the central part of the state, in Jefferson County near Birmingham, Alabama, northwest of Center Point. It incorporated in March 2004. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,163. Pinson is located in an area of SW – NE parallel ridges, with occasional rock outcrops, especially toward the east-facing ridge crests. Pinson is home to the Turkey Creek Nature Preserve and the Alabama Butterbean Festival. Pinson is home to one of Alabama’s oldest caves, dating back to the Hamilton Period; three endangered species of fish, including the Watercress Darter, Rush Darter, and the Vermilion Darter, which is only found in Pinson’s Turkey Creek; and four historical cemeteries pre-dating the Civil War:
Red Hill Cemetery
Pike Road Alabama
is a town located in northeastern Montgomery County in the south-central part of the state. As of the 2000 census, the population of the town was 310. The 2010 census indicated a population of 5,406. It is part of the Montgomery metropolitan area. Pike Road Alabama History
The Pike Road area has been settled since around 1815. Pike Road is so named because it was once a toll road, where one paid a fee or “pike” to travel on it.
Today, Madison is one of the fastest growing cities in the southeastern United States, with one of the highest per capita incomes and a school system that is recognized for scholastic excellence at the local, state, and national level.
The Mayor and the City Council continue to invest in economic development, public facilities, and infrastructure.
Madison has been listed as a US News & World Report “Top 10 Places to Grow Up”, a CNN Money “Top 100 Best Places to Live”, one of Family Circle’s “10 Best Towns for Family”, and was recognized as Google’s “2013 Digital Capital of Alabama”.
Alabama is divided into 67 counties and contains 460 incorporated municipalities consisting of 169 cities and 291 towns. These cities and towns cover only 9.6% of the state’s land mass but are home to 60.4% of its population. The Code of Alabama 1975 defines the legal use of the terms “town” and “city” based on population. A municipality with a population of 2,000 or more is a city, while less than 2,000 is a town. For legislative purposes, municipalities are divided into eight classes based on population.