Blount County

Altoona Tumlin Gap Tunnel - Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage  
  Blountsville Awarded the 2016 Small Town Preservation Award by Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation  
Cleveland Known for Swann Bridge
Hayden Known for The Great Pumpkin Patch
Highland Lake Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains
Locust Fork Named for General Andrew Jackson carving his name in a Locust Tree at a fork in the river
Nectar Nectar was established before Alabama became a state
Oneonta Nicknamed the " Tin City" and is the hope to multiple public golf courses http://www.cityofoneonta.us
Rosa Known for being a farming community
Snead Known for being a hub for commercial, industrial, and agricultural development
Susan Moore

Chilton County

Clanton Largest producer of peaches in Alabama

Jemison Named after Robert Jemison
Maplesville Known for Maplesville Railroad Historic District
Thorsby Holds annual Swedish Fest to celebrate Scandinavian roots


Jefferson County

Argo Known for being small business oriented
Bessemer Home to a blend of industry
Birmingham Known for industry and role in the Civil Rights Movement
Brookside Known for Five Mile Creek
Cardiff One of the smallest towns in Alabama  
Center Point Known for Hillcrest Manor
Clay Known for natural tourism - McClueny's Cave, Crystal Cave, Cosby Lake
County Line    
Fairfield Known for Llyod Noland Hospital School of Medical Technology
Fultondale Early mining town
Gardendale Annual magnolia festival
Hoover 6th largest city in Alabama and ranekd as one of best towns to raise a family in nationally
Hueytown Home of NASCAR Alabama Gang
Irondale Home to Cahaba Landing and Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve
Leeds Located in Jefferson, St. Clair, and Shelby Counties
Morris Known for Snow Rogers House  
Mountain Brook Known for being one of the state's most affluent areas
  North Johns 2nd smallest town in Jefferson County  
Pinson Known for annual Butter Bean Festival
Vestavia Hills



Shelby County

Alabaster Largest city in Shelby County
Calera Known as the "Heart of Dixie"
Chelsea Home to the only Treehouse Masters’ treehouse in Alabama
Harpersville One of Shelby County's oldest communities, preceding Shelby County and Alabama statehood
Helena Annual Easter Egg Hunt & Buck Creek Festival
Indian Springs Village    

Montevallo Voted best place to start a small business and one of the safest cities in Alabama

Pelham Home to Oak Mountain State Park

Vincent Home to one of Alabama's largest living decorated Christmas Trees

Westover Known for Archer House


Wilton Home to Woods-Cleveland-Cooling House