The City of Albertville is taking the following precautionary methods in light of the COVID-19 situation: Spring recreation sports will be delayed until June 1st. Sand Mountain Park staff will be available to answer any questions for membership, program sport participants, and coaches via 256-891-8240, and will remain open to the public, for now, at the Armory. Albertville Public Library and Albertville Senior Center will be closed through at least April 30th. Per Alabama Supreme Court, Albertville Municipal Court will be cancelled March 17th through April 30th. Please contact the Magistrate's Office for your updated court date at 256-891-8291. The Magistrate's office will be closed to the public, but will take payments and handle business through their drive-up window. The Magistrate's lobby will only remain open for warrants. City Hall, at this time, will remain open to the public during normal business hours. Please contact us at 256-891-8200 with any questions or concerns. If you need help with food assistance or "of need" resources available to you as a resident of Marshall County, please call 2-1-1 by phone to be connected to a trained professional that can assist your needs through United Way of Marshall County. All residents of Albertville are urged to practice social distancing by keeping at least a six foot distance from others, not gathering in groups of 10 or more for non-work related gatherings, or any non-work related gatherings that cannot maintain a six foot distance as they are currently prohibited by Governor Kay Ivey in the State of Alabama. 


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Discover that Albertville is not only a great place to live, but also a great place to do business.  But don't take our word for it....below are just a few examples of growth and opportunity that serve as evidence. 

  •  A joint partnership between the City and GBT Realty, The Shoppes of Albertville is a newly constructed 100,000+ sq. ft. shopping center.  Tenants opening in the first quarter of 2016 include  Hobby Lobby, TJMaxx, Ross Dress for Less, PetSmart, Rack Room Shoes and Hibbett Sports. Additional leases are in negotiation with more announcements forthcoming and limited space remains available.  
  • Another shopping center with 96,000 sq. ft. of retail space is also under construction and will house Dunham’s Sports, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet and VF Outlet with additional in-line and outparcel space still available. 
  • The Albertville City School System has experienced tremendous growth with record enrollment for the 2015-2016 school year.  Construction has taken place at three elementary schools to accommodate increased enrollment and system employment is also at an all-time high. This growth is attributed to the system’s high academic standards, fine arts programs and athletic options for students.
  • Since 2012, there have been three new industrial facilities constructed in Albertville along with four existing industry expansions, totaling over $103 million in capital investment and 837 net new jobs.
  • Three industrial parks house 26 industrial facilities that make up the majority of employment in the county and trade area.  This diverse industry base includes automotive, aerospace, distribution, poultry, plastics, forestry and home décor to name a few with additional parcels available for development.
  • The Albertville Regional Airport and the Alabama Aviation College, which is located on site, contribute greatly to Albertville’s economy with  four aviation companies and much corporate traffic.  The airport experiences approximately 5,000  operations per year and has 43 hangers at capacity with plans for expansion and relocation of  Alabama State  Highway 75 to accommodate the growth. 
  • Downtown revitalization efforts are on-going with the adoption of a Master Plan and a downtown streetscape project in design with construction scheduled to begin in late 2016 that will include new sidewalks, pedestrian lighting, new intersection signalization and landscaping.  Six new restaurants and stores have opened thus far representing over $900,000 in capital investment and the creation of 30 jobs.