Bibb County Conservation District

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is an executive and administrative department of the State of Alabama created by statute. The Commissioner, appointed by the Governor as a member of the Cabinet, advises the Governor and Legislature on management of freshwater fish, wildlife, marine resources, state lands, state parks, and other natural resources.

The Department has four divisions: Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries.

Contact: Debbie Clements

Categories: Government

183 S.W. Davidson St.
Centreville, AL 35042 

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City of Brent

The City of Brent is a very strong community with deep ties among their citizens.  On May 27, 1973, a category 4 tornado tore through the City of Brent.  The tornado destroyed approximately 90 percent of the city.  The largest church in the community, Brent Baptist, was destroyed by the tornado.  The tornado demolished more than 12,000 acres of timber and over 500 buildings; 72 people in the area were injured.

All of the citizens of Brent rallied together and rebuilt their community. We are a strong Christian community full of caring, hard working people. The citizens of Brent are growing together.  Brent is becoming stronger and more successful each and every day.  We welcome everyone to come to Brent and see all we have to offer.

Contact: Mayor Dennis Stripling

Categories: Government

PO Box 220
Brent, AL 35034 

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City of Centreville

The City of Centreville became the County seat in the year 1829. It has a rich history, and is full of beautiful historical buildings. The city has enjoyed a 13% growth in population over the last 10 years according to 2010 Census.

Contact: Mayor Terry Morton

Categories: Government

1270 Walnut Street
Centreville, AL 35042 

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National Forestry Service – Oakmulgee

The 157,000 acre Talladega National Forest, Oakmulgee District is located in the Fall Line Hills of the Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain Physiographic Region.  Dissected by the Cahaba River, the Oakmulgee, and its bottomlands, generally run east to west, and to the south is the Black Belt Prairie region.  The vegetation is similar to Upper Coastal Plains with steep slopes more reminiscent of the Appalachian Plateau.

The longleaf of the Oakmulgee represents Alabama’s largest contiguous longleaf forest.  It is also among the most unique ecosystem as it is a remnant ecosystem cut off from any current similar land cover types for sharing flora and fauna species or their genetic and reproductive characteristics. Soil types, vegetation, topography, and historical land use patterns have created a mosaic of habitats often contradictory including hardwood species on slopes and pine species in mesic drainages.

Contact: Cynthia Ragland

Categories: Government

9901 Highway 5
Brent, AL 35034 

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Representative April Weaver

April Weaver, a strong advocate for conservative businesses and voters in Bibb, Chilton and Shelby Counties

During her legislative tenure, Rep Weaver has been a sponsor of numerous conservative bills, and a huge supporter of voters and businesses in her district. Representing a district that includes counties with three hospitals and almost 8500 healthcare workers, her healthcare advocacy and experience continue to be invaluable to the state and her district.

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10971 Montevallo Road
Brierfield, AL 35035 

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State Senator Cam Ward

State Senator Cam Ward is an Attorney who specializes in economic development and has always been dedicated to whatever cause he committed himself to. Born in Milton, Florida, Cam went to public school in Bradford County, Florida.

Cam first became interested in public service when he volunteered to serve on the first Student Government Association ever created at his middle school. At the time he felt like there were many problems with facilities but no one would listen to the students concerns. To this day Cam’s motivation for being involved in public service is that he feels that too many problems exist in our community and so many public officials do not listen to those they represent to address those problems. He has never been afraid to take on controversial subjects.

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PO Box 1749
Alabaster, AL 35007 

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Town of Woodstock

Welcome to Woodstock, Alabama. I am Mayor Jeff Dodson and I want to take this time to thank all of our citizens for continuing to better our community. Each of you have worked hard to make our town a thriving, pleasant place to live. I want to encourage you to carry the momentum as Woodstock moves forward. I want to welcome everyone to visit our town and see all we have to offer.

Contact: Mayor Jeff Dodson

Categories: Government


Woodstock, AL 35188 

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