Bullock County Alabama is a county of the state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census the population was 10,914. In 1867, Union Springs was chosen as the county seat. Its name is in honor of Colonel Edward C. Bullock of Barbour County.
The county has a total area of 625 square miles, of which 623 square miles is land and 2.3 square miles is water. The county is in the southeastern section of the state, in the prairie region. The Chunnennuggee Ridge runs through the center of the county.
The Conecuh River runs through the center of the county, and the Pea River, a tributary of the Choctawhatchee River, runs along its southeastern border. In addition, numerous creeks such as the Bughall Creek, a tributary of the Tallapoosa River, Old Town Creek, and Line Creek intersect the area. U.S. 29 and U.S. 82 are Bullock County’s major transportation routes, running east-west and north-south. 1
Bullock County, established in 1866, the county took its name from Colonel E. C. Bullock, of Eufaula. It is located in a region which enables it to command all the conditions favorable to prosperity.Its area comprises 660 square miles.