The Alabama county map clearly defines the political and administrative sub-divisions of this state in the United States of America.
Alabama Zip Codes Map
with Counties and Cities
Spread over a total area of 52,432 square miles, the state of Alabama is divided into 67 Counties. Each county is governed by a county seat, or the administrative headquarters.
Washington is the oldest county of Alabama which came into prominence on June 4, 1800. A more recently founded county is Houston, which was formed on February 9, 1903.
Some prominent Alabama counties are :
Major cities of Alabama are :
- Bibb- The county of Bibb derived its name from Gov. William W. Bibb and was founded on February 7, 1818.
- Chambers- Chambers was formed on December 18, 1832. Lafayette is the county seat of Chambers.
- Dallas- Selma is the administrative headquarter of Dallas which came into existence on February 9, 1818.
- Elmore- Founded on February 15, 1866, Elmore was named after Gen. John A. Elmore.
- Autauga- Prattville is the county seat of Autauga. The county was founded on November 21, 1818.
Lauderdale, Imestone, Madison, Jackson, Colbert, Franklin, Lawrer, CeMorgan, Marshall, Marion, Winston, Cullman, Etowati, Cherokee, Lamar, Fayette, Jefferson, St. Clair, Calhoun, Cleburne, Randolph, Clay, Talladega, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, Pickens, Sumter, Green, Hale, Perry, Bibb, Chilton, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Chambers, Lee, Mucon, Russell, Bullock, Barbour, Pike, Elmore, Montgomery, Crenshaw, Lowndes, Autanga, Dallas, Perry, Wilcox, Clarke, Choctaw, Marengo, Henry, Houston, Dale, Geneva, Coffee, Covington, Conecuh, Escambia, Baldwin, and Mobile.
Last Updated on: June 20,2020
List of Alabama Counties and County Seats