Millbrook Alabama

Millbrook Alabama

Millbrook is a city in Autauga County and Elmore County in the State of Alabama.

Millbrook Alabama Population

Located 10 miles north of Montgomery, the population was 14,640 at the 2010 census.

Millbrook Alabama History

Native Americans first settled the area in the mid-1600s. The area that now includes Millbrook was part of the Creek Indians town Coosawda. In 1763, European traders arrived in the area and began economic exchange with the Creeks and other Native American groups in the area. The first non-Indian settlements appeared in 1775 and were established largely by pioneers from Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. 

Before the Civil War, Millbrook was largely a retreat from Montgomery. Situated between Alabama’s Piedmont and Coastal Plain physiographic sections, the area’s desirable climate now attracts more people every year.

Millbrook includes the former village of Robinson Springs within its boundaries. Numerous eras delineate Millbrook’s past.

The area’s first permanent home “Ellerslie” was completed in 1818 by Georgia Congressman, and Revolutionary War Veteran Bolling Hall. The area’s second permanent home “Thornfield” was started the following year, and completed in 1820 by pioneer Archibald McKeithen. Both homes still stand, and are private residences.

Millbrook Alabama Map


Millbrook Alabama Demographics

According to 2016 Census estimates, Millbrook recorded a population of 15,045. Of that number, 70.1 percent identified themselves as white, 26.9 percent as African American, 2.2 percent as Hispanic, 2.0 percent as two or more races, 0.6 percent as Asian, and 0.2 percent as Native American. The city’s median household income was $59,435, and per capita income was $27,985.

Millbrook Alabama Police Department

3950 Grandview Road
Millbrook, AL 36054

The Police Department is located at 3950 Grandview Road. A dispatcher is on duty at all times and can be reached at 334-285-6832 for routine and administrative calls. If you have information concerning a crime and you do not wish to be identified, you may call the SECRET WITNESS NUMBER at 285-8500. The department employs approximately 33 police officers including three detectives, a School Resource Officer and one member assigned to the Central Alabama Drug Task Force.

P.K. Johnson
Chief of Police

Johnny Montgomery
Assistant Chief

Millbrook Alabama Municipal Court

3900 Grandview Road
Millbrook, AL 36054

The Honorable Benjamin Pool
Municipal Judge

Tammy Pugh
Chief Court Clerk/Magistrate

The Court Department is located in the Judicial Complex at 3900 Grandview Road and is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. The Municipal Court has jurisdiction involving three types of cases: traffic offenses, municipal ordinance violations and state misdemeanors. In general, a misdemeanor is a crime which is punishable by not more than one year imprisonment. Court is held on the first and third Thursday of each month beginning at 4:45 p.m.

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