Arab Alabama – Digital Alabama selected Arab Alabama as one of the Best Small Towns in Alabama


Digital Alabama selected Arab Alabama as one of the Best Small Towns in Alabama. Arab Alabama has two large city parks that include all types of athletics fields, as well as tennis courts, a municipal swimming pool, a multi-purpose arena, pavilions, and a community center. The city hosts the Annual Park and Recreation Horse Show in the arena the second Saturday of each July. The city also has a recreation center that features basketball and racquetball courts, plus a banquet room and kitchen.

Trussville Alabama

Trussville Alabama is a city in Jefferson and St. Clair counties in the State of Alabama. It is a suburb of Birmingham and part of the Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its estimated 2015 population was 21,023. Trussville has been recognized as one of the most livable cities in the state and country.

Mount Olive Alabama

Mtount Olive Alabama has its own elementary school, and was formerly the home of a junior high school. Beyond elementary school, most of its students currently go on to Bragg Middle School and eventually Gardendale High School, though that status is subject to change in the next year as Gardendale breaks away from the Jefferson County Schools to form its own district.

Kimberly Alabama

The city of Kimberly developed around a stagecoach station built in the 1830s; it remained in service until 1865. At this time, the settlement was known as Kennelsville. The city then became known as Jefferson, probably after the nearby Old Jefferson coal mine, until the late 1880s. In 1888, the town’s post office was relocated to nearby Morris. In 1905, the town voted to change its name to Kimberly because another Alabama town had already claimed the name Jefferson

Mooresville Alabama

Mooresville Alabama is one of the oldest incorporated towns in Alabama, having been incorporated on November 16, 1818, when Alabama was still a Territory. It was named for early settlers, Robert and William Moore who located on land which became the site of Mooresville.

Owens Cross Roads Alabama

The population in Owens Cross Roads at the time of the 2010 Census was 1,521. Of that number, 91.5 percent reported itself as white, 3.6 percent as African American, 3.0 percent as two or more races, 2.2 percent as Hispanic or Latino, 1.0 percent as American Indian and Alaskan Native, and 0.3 percent as Asian. The median household income according to 2012 Census estimates is $43,674 and per capita income is $21,311.