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Town of Pine Hill

Town of Pine Hill

A settlement originally called Arnold, the town was incorporated as Pine Hill, Alabama, in 1895. Pine Hill is located in western Wilcox County. Three of the major State highways---Nos. 5, 10, and 25---all intersect in Pine Hill. We are located on two major railroads, the Norfolk-Southern and the Alabama & Gulf Coast. And, we are only a few miles from the Alabama River.

We are proud to be the home of an International Paper Company mill and the new GD Copper (USA) Inc. plant. Many other wood-products businesses are also located here. We are wide-open for business. Real estate is still a good value and industrial sites are available.

Local government is dedicated to exploring opportunities to enhance the quality of life for residents in a safe and secure setting. We have outstanding police and fire departments with dedicated and trained personnel. We are proud of our local elementary school and the nearby Alabama Southern Community College.

We are pleased to point out a few of the things we have that are normally not found in towns our size:
• Diverse worship opportunities
• Nutrition/Senior Center
• Three parks with playground equipment, picnic facilities, tennis courts, covered pavilion, and an asphalt lighted walking track
• Library with a computer center
• Depot Museum, where you can share our memories and reflect on our heritage.

Pine Hill is a great family destination. We pride ourselves on our ‘southern hospitality.' In fact, our Town's motto is "where friendliness is a tradition."
Located between Alabama's two largest rivers and surrounded by forests and fields teeming with wildlife, Pine Hill offers an abundance of outdoor activities with enough hunting and fishing to fulfill any sportsman's dreams.

Pine Hill encourages you to make yourself at home: tour our museum, visit our library, and use our parks to visit with nature and enjoy our outdoor recreational facilities. We have special events throughout the year and invite our citizens, families, and friends to come out and enjoy the good food, good fun, and good fellowship.

While visiting, consider the benefits of living in a small town: no traffic problems, caring and friendly neighbors, relaxed and healthy lifestyle, walkability, diverse volunteer options, etc. We offer ‘good country living,' with all of the big-city infrastructure and services.

Anchored by its past, Pine Hill is also focused on the future---and would love to share it with you! Please visit, enjoy, relax, renew---then relocate

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