ALABAMA AL STATE: Maps in PDF and Adobe Illustrator

Vector Maps of the Alabama : southeastern U.S. state that’s home to significant landmarks from the American Civil Rights Movement. The city of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, now a museum, was a protest headquarters in the 1960s. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s church and the Rosa Parks Museum, dedicated to the activist, can be found in the capital of Montgomery.
Capital: Montgomery
Largest metro and urban areas: Greater Birmingham
Area
• Total 52,419 sq mi (135,765 km2)
• Land 50,744 sq mi (131,426 km2)
• Water 1,675 sq mi (4,338 km2) 3.2%
Dimensions
• Length 330 mi (531 km)
• Width 190 mi (305 km)
Elevation 500 ft (150 m)
Highest elevation Mount Cheaha 2,413 ft (735.5 m)
Lowest elevation Gulf of Mexico 0 ft (0 m)
Population
• Total 5,072,343
• Rank 24th
• Density 99.1/sq mi (38.4/km2)

List of ready-made Vector Maps of the state of Alabama:

Alabama State Full Roads Zipcodes Counties = 2 maps
Birmingham, Alabama = 8 maps
Hoover, Alabama = 2 maps
Huntsville, Alabama = 2 maps
Mobile, Alabama = 6 maps
Montgomery, Alabama = 2 maps
Tuscaloosa, Alabama = 6 maps

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List of Alabama counties

List of Cities and towns by counties

Autauga County AL

Autauga County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. Officially formed in 1818. As of 2020, the population was 58,805. The county seat is Prathville.
Area: 1,564 km²
Date of foundation: November 21, 1818
Population: 59,095
Civic center: Prattville

Baldwin County AL

Baldwin County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. The population according to the 2020 census is 231,767 people. The administrative center is Bay Minette. Officially formed in 1809.
Area: 5,250 km²
Date of foundation: December 21, 1809
Population: 239,294
CA: Bay Minette
Colleges and Universities: Coastal Alabama Community College

Barbour County AL

Barbour County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. The population according to the 2020 census is 25,223 people. The administrative center is Clayton. Named after the American politician, Virginia Governor James Barbour.
Area: 2,344 km²
Date of foundation: 1832
Population: 24,964
CA: Clayton

Bibb County AL

Bibb County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. The population according to the 2020 census is 22,293 people. The county seat is Centerville.
Area: 1,621 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 22,477
Civic center: Centreville

Blount County AL

Blount County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. The population according to the 2020 census is 59,134 people. The administrative center is Oneonta. Officially formed in 1818.
Area: 1,686 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 59,041
Administrative centre: Oneonta

Bullock County AL

Bullock County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. The population according to the 2020 census is 10,357 people. The administrative center is Union Springs. Officially formed in 1866.
Area: 1,619 km²
Founded: December 5, 1866
Population: 10,320
Civic center: Union Springs

Butler County AL

Butler County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. The population according to the 2020 census is 19,051 people. The county seat is Greenville.
Area: 2,015 km²
Date of foundation: 1819
Population: 18,884
CA: Greenville

Calhoun County AL

Calhoun County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 112,249. The county seat is Anniston. Named after politician John Calhoun.
Area: 1,585 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
Population: 115,972
CA: Anniston

Chambers County AL

Chambers County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 36,583. The county seat is Lafayette.
Area: 1,562 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
Population: 34,541
Administrative centre: La Fayette

Cherokee County AL

Cherokee County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 23,988. The county seat is Center.
Area: 1,554 km²
Date of foundation: 1836
Population: 24,996
Administrative centre: Center

Chilton County AL

Chilton County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 39,593. The county seat is Clanton. Named after lawyer William Clanton.
Area: 1,816 km²
Founded: December 30, 1868
Population: 45,274
CA: Clanton

Choctaw County AL

Choctaw County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 15,922.
Area: 2,385 km²
Date of foundation: 1847
Population: 12,533
CA: Butler

Clarke County AL

Clarke County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 27,867. The county seat is Grove Hill.
Area: 3,245 km²
Date of foundation: 1812
Population: 22,760
CA: Grove Hill

Clay County AL

Clay County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 14,254. The county seat is Ashland. Named after Henry Clay.
Area: 1,570 km²
Date of foundation: December 7, 1866
Population: 14,190
Civic centre: Ashland

Cleburne County AL

Cleburne County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 14,123. The county seat is Heflin.
Area: 1,453 km²
Date of foundation: 1866
Population: 15,103
Administrative centre: Heflin

Coffee County AL

Coffey County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 43,615.
Area: 1,761 km²
Date of foundation: 1841
Population: 54,174
Administrative centre: Elba

Colbert County AL

Colbert County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 54,984. The county seat is Tuscumbia.
Area: 1,611 km²
Founded: February 6, 1867
Population: 57,474
CA: Tuscumbia
University: Northwest Shoals Community College

Conecuh County AL

Conecuh County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 14,089. The county seat is Evergreen.
Area: 2,209 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 11,328
CA: Evergreen
University: Ride State Technical College

Coosa County AL

Coosa County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 12,202. The county seat is Rockford.
Area: 1,725 ​​km²
Date of foundation: 1832
Population: 10,450
CA: Rockford

Covington County AL

Covington County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 37,631.
Area: 2,704 km²
Date of foundation: 1821
Population: 37,524
Administrative centre: Andalusia
University: Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Crenshaw County AL

Crenshaw County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 13,665. The county seat is Luverne.
Area: 1,582 km²
Date of foundation: 1866
Population: 13,083
CA: Luverne

Cullman County AL

Cullman County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 77,483. The county seat is Culman.
Area: 1,955 km²
Date of foundation: 1877
Population: 89,496
Administrative center: Cullman
Colleges and Universities: Wallace State Community College, Saint Bernard College

Dale County AL

Dale County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 49,129. The county seat is the Ozarks.
Area: 1,458 km²
Date of foundation: 1824
Population: 49,342
Civic center: Ozark
University: Wallace Community College

Dallas County AL

Dallas County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. The population according to the 2020 census is 38,462 people. The administrative center is Selma. Named after the 6th US Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander James Dallas.
Date of foundation: February 9, 1818
Area: 2,574 km²
Population: 37,619
Administrative centre: Selma

DeKalb County AL

DeKalb County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 71,115. The administrative center is Fort Payne.
Area: 2,018 km²
Founded: January 9, 1836
Population: 71,813
CA: Fort Payne

Elmore County AL

Elmore County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 79,303.
Area: 1,702 km²
Founded: February 15, 1866
Population: 89,304
Administrative center: Vetampka
University: Ingram State Technical College

Escambia County AL

Escambia County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 38,319.
Area: 2,468 km²
Date of foundation: 1868
Population: 36,699
CA: Brewton
University: Coastal Alabama Community College: Brewton Campus

Etowah County AL

Etowah County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States.
Area: 1,422 km²
Date of foundation: 1866
Population: 103,162
CA: Gadsden
University: Gadsden State Community College at Wallace Drive Campus

Fayette County AL

Fayette County AL County is located in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 17,241.
Area: 1,629 km²
Date of foundation: 1824
Population: 16,148

Franklin County AL

Franklin County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 31,704. It got its name in honor of the American politician Benjamin Franklin.
Area: 1,676 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 32,013

Geneva County AL

Geneva County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 26,790. The administrative center is Geneva.
Area: 1,500 km²
Date of foundation: 1868
Population: 26,701
CA: Geneva

Greene County AL

Greene County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. The population according to the 2020 census is 7730 people. The administrative center is Eutaw. It got its name in honor of General Nathaniel Green.
Area: 1,709 km²
Date of foundation: 1819
Population: 7,629
Civic center: Eutaw

Hale County AL

Hale County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 15,760.
Area: 1,702 km²
Founded: January 30, 1867
Population: 14,754
Civic center: Greensboro

Henry County AL

Henry County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. The population according to the 2020 census is 17,146 people. The administrative center is Abbeville. It got its name in honor of the American politician Patrick Henry.
Area: 1,471 km²
Date of foundation: 1819
Population: 17,459
CA: Abbeville

Houston County AL

Houston County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA.
Area: 1,507 km²
Date of foundation: February 9, 1903
Population: 107,458
Administrative centre: Dothan
Colleges and Universities: Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, Troy University Dothan Campus, Fortis College

Jackson County AL

Jackson County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 53,926. The county seat is Scottsboro.
Area: 2,919 km²
Date of foundation: December 13, 1819
Population: 52,773
Civic center: Scottsboro
University: Northeast Alabama Community College

Jefferson County AL

Jefferson County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2013, the population was 659,479. It got its name from the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. The administrative center is Birmingham.
Area: 2,911 km²
Date of foundation: December 13, 1819
Population: 667,820
Civic centre: Birmingham
Colleges and Universities: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Lamar County AL

Lamar County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 14,564. The administrative center is Vernon.
Area: 1,567 km²
Date of foundation: 1877
Population: 13,689
CA: Vernon

Lauderdale County AL

Lauderdale County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 92,709.
Area: 1,867 km²
Date of foundation: February 6, 1818
Population: 94,043
Administrative centre: Florence
Colleges and Universities: University of North Alabama, Heritage Christian University

Lawrence County AL

Lawrence County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 34,339. It got its name from the American politician James Lawrence.
Area: 1,857 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 33,090
Administrative centre: Molton

Lee County AL

Lee County AL is a county in Alabama, USA.
Area: 1,595 km²
Founded: December 5, 1866
Population: 177,218
Administrative centre: Opelika
University: Alabama Polytechnic Institute

Limestone County AL

Limestone County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 82,782. The county seat is Athens.
Date of foundation: February 6, 1818
Area: 1,572 km²
Population: 107,517
Administrative centre: Athens
Colleges and Universities: Athens State University, Calhoun Community College

Lowndes County AL

Lowndes County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 11,299.
Area: 1,878 km²
Date of foundation: January 20, 1830
Population: 9,965
CA: Hainville

Macon County AL

Macon County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 21,452.
Area: 1,588 km²
Date of foundation: 1832
Population: 18,895
CA: Tuskegee
Colleges and Universities: Tuskegee University, Southern Community College

Madison County AL

Madison County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 276,700. Named for James Madison, the fourth President of the United States, the first president to visit Alabama.
Area: 2,106 km²
Population: 395,211
Civic center: Huntsville
Colleges and Universities: Alabama A&M University

Marengo County AL

Marengo County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 21,027.
Area: 2,546 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 18,996

Marion County AL

Marion County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 30,776. It got its name in honor of the American military leader and participant in the US Revolutionary War Francis Marion.
Area: 1,927 km²
Date of foundation: February 13, 1818
Population: 29,246
CA: Hamilton

Marshall County AL

Marshall County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 93,019. It got its name in honor of the American politician John Marshall.
Area: 1,614 km²
Date of foundation: 1836
Population: 98,228
Colleges and Universities: Sneed State Community College, New Beginning College of Cosmetology

Mobile County AL

Mobile County AL is a county in the state of Alabama.
Date of foundation: December 18, 1812
Area: 4,258 km²
Population: 413,073
Administrative centre: Mobile
Colleges and Universities: University of South Alabama

Monroe County AL

Monroe County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 23,068. It got its name from the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe.
Area: 2,678 km²
Date of foundation: 1815
Population: 19,648
Civic center: Monroeville
University: Coastal Alabama Community College: Monroeville Campus

Montgomery County AL

Montgomery County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 229,363. The county was named after Lemuel P. Montgomery, a veteran of the Creek War.
Area: 2,072 km²
Date of foundation: December 6, 1816
Population: 227,434
CA: Montgomery

Morgan County AL

Morgan County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2000, the population was 111,064. Morgan County is among the counties in Alabama with active prohibition laws or restrictions on the sale of liquor.
Area: 1,551 km²
Date of foundation: February 8, 1818
Population: 123,668
Civic center: Decatur

Perry County AL

Perry County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 10,591.
Area: 1,875 km²
Date of foundation: December 13, 1819
Population: 8,355
Administrative centre: Marion

Pickens County AL

Pickens County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 19,746.
Area: 2,305 km²
Date of foundation: 1820
Population: 18,801
CA: Carrolton

Pike County AL

Pike County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 32,899. It got its name in honor of the American brigadier general and explorer Zebulon Pike.
Area: 1,743 km²
Date of foundation: 1821
Population: 32,991
CA: Troy
University: Troy University

Randolph County AL

Randolph County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 22,913.
Area: 1,513 km²
Date of foundation: 1832
Population: 21,989
Civic centre: Wedowie
University: Southern Union State Community College

Russell County AL

Russell County AL is a county in the US state of Alabama. As of 2010, the population was 52,947. It got its name in honor of the American soldier, member of the Creek War, Gilbert S. Russell.
Area: 1,676 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
CA: Phoenix City
Population: 58,722

Saint Clair County AL

Saint Clair County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 85,593. The county has 2 administrative centers: Asheville and Pell City. Named after Arthur St. Clair.
Area: 1,694 km²
Date of foundation: November 20, 1818
Population: 92,748
Civic center: Ashville

Shelby County AL

Shelby County AL is a county in Alabama, USA.
Area: 2,098 km²
Date of foundation: 1818
Population: 226,902
Civic center: Columbiana
Colleges and Universities: Montevallo University

Sumter County AL

Sumter County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 13,763.
Area: 2,365 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
Population: 12,164
CA: Livingston
University: University of West Alabama

Talladega County AL

Talladega County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 82,291.
Area: 1,968 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
Population: 81,524
CA: Talladega

Tallapoosa County AL

Tallapoosa County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 41,616.
Area: 1,984 km²
Founded: December 18, 1832
Population: 41,023
Civic center: Dadeville
University: Central Alabama Community College

Tuscaloosa County AL

Tuscaloosa County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 194,656.
Area: 3,499 km²
Date of foundation: February 6, 1818
Population: 227,007
CA: Tuscaloosa
Colleges and Universities: University of Alabama

Walker County AL

Walker County AL is a county in Alabama, United States. As of 2010, the population was 67,023.
Area: 2,085 km²
Date of foundation: December 26, 1823
Population: 64,818
CA: Jasper
University: Beville State Community College

Washington County AL

Washington County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. The population according to the 2020 census is 15,388 people. The administrative center is Chatom. It got its name in honor of the first President of the United States, George Washington.
Area: 2,820 km²
Date of foundation: June 4, 1800
Population: 15,147
Administrative centre: Chatom

Wilcox County AL

Wilcox County AL is a county in the state of Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 11,670.
Area: 2,349 km²
Date of foundation: December 13, 1819
Population: 10,446
CA: Camden

Winston County AL

Winston County AL is a county in Alabama, USA. As of 2010, the population was 24,484.
Area: 1,637 km²
Date of foundation: 1850
Population: 23,652
Civic center: Double Springs

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