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Welcome

Hello Visitors:

I would like to welcome you to Monroe County and let you know that my door is always open to you. I always say that you are only a visitor the first time here; after that, you are considered a friend. We would truly love for you to make our historic county your home.

We have much to offer here. Our county is ideal for anyone who is tired of traffic and waiting in line. We are small enough to spare you all the headaches of a large city but just large enough to offer a hospitable place where you can bond with all of us as we work, worship and play together in a tranquil, family-friendly environment. The quality of life is definitely superior here. We have wonderful, safe, beautiful neighborhoods and wooded, waterfront or farming acreage for homes or recreation.

Other benefits include the following: The cost of doing business is extremely reasonable. Real estate is a good value. We have superior health care providers, especially for a rural community. Our public schools are competitive, and we have an accredited private school option. In addition, we have an exceptional college, Alabama Southern, recognized as one of the top 100 community colleges in the nation which offers a host of two-year and some four-year degrees and numerous certificate programs. It also provides an outstanding foundation for transfer students to our neighboring four year institutions. Our airport is equipped with a 6,100-foot runway that can land large corporate jets. We have a diverse array of industrial properties that are ready for occupancy. We want your business and are willing to work diligently with you to make your business here in Monroe County a reality.

Please consider making our home your home. No matter where my wife and I have traveled together over the past 40 years, we still think that Monroe County is the best choice ever for living, working and raising a family. We hope you will stay here in God’s Country with us.

Best regards,
Greg Norris
Judge of Probate & Chairman, Monroe County Commission

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