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October 25, 2014

Beautiful St. Clair County Welcomes You!
St. Clair County, a county older than the state, was officially established in November, 1818 by
the Second
Territorial Legislature and was named after General Arthur St. Clair.


St. Clair County Commissioners 

recognized for public service

Three members of the St. Clair County Commission were recently honored by the Association of County Commissions of Alabama for their long years of service to county government and the state of Alabama.

Commissioner Paul Manning was recognized for 28 years of public service to the county, Chairman Stan Batemon was recognized for 24 years, and Commissioner James Roberts for 20 years.

 “These commissioners deserve the thanks of all Alabamians for their dedication to public service and their personal sacrifice,” said ACCA President Merceria Ludgood. “Considering the extraordinary challenges county commissioners face every day, they have continually served constituents with honor and pride, and they deserve a pat on the back from everyone in St. Clair County.”

ACCA presents the Tenure in Office Award annually to honor commissioners who have served at least 16 years in office. The award is given for four-year increments thereafter.

The Association of County Commissions of Alabama is a statewide organization representing county government in Alabama. ACCA promotes improved county government services in Alabama, offers educational programs for county officials and their staff members, administers insurance programs for county governments and employees, offers legal advice, and represents the interests of county government before state and federal organizations and agencies.

Sallie Owen Gowan - Director of Communication
Association of County Commissions of Alabama 


Forever wild. Forever yours.

The day is yours. So is the land. With the Forever Wild Land Trust, you can enjoy the natural beauty of Alabama's fields and forests, wetlands and wildlife. Get out for an afternoon adventure. Hike up a mountain. Take the boat on a sunlit lake. Go fish next to a cool stream. Camp under the stars. Ride horseback or take a winding bike trail. Hunting season offers its own tales of adventure.

Since 1992, the FWLT has worked to expand the number of public natural areas to ensure present and future generations can enjoy them. We need more time, however, to keep this vital work ongoing. 

Quick Information about Zoning in St. Clair County...

St. Clair County Airport Height Restrictions
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St. Clair County, Alabama - Online Tag Renewal

Probate Office

PELL CITY OFFICE - 205-338-9449
ASHVILLE OFFICE - 205-594-2120

OFFICE HOURS:  8:00 - 4:30


Pay your Property Taxes by
following this link. Pay by Credit/Debit
Card online here!


St. Clair County is offering more convenience through our new secure online Credit/Debit Card payment system. By partnering with IMS Enterprises & Sturgis Web Services, we have provided you a way to renew your Auto, Boat tags Property Tax payments along with Manufactured Housing, conveniently from your computer.


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