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Welcome to Andalusia, The heart of South Alabama.

If you're looking for a place to call home, you need to look no further. Affordable housing, top-notch schools, state-of-the-art medical facilities, recreation activities, sports adventures, adult community housing, high-wage/high-tech jobs and much, much more are within your reach.

The Andalusia area is growing by leaps and bounds, but her glorious history is well preserved. View our website to see what you've been missing!

Location:
700 River Falls Street
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Phone: (334) 222-2030

 Andalusia Chamber

Church Street Cultural Arts Centre

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The Church Street Cultural Arts Centre was constructed from 1921 - 1923 serving as a school for the City of Andalusia until December 2000. In 2010 and 2011, the building underwent a renovation that was a joint partnership with the Andalusia Ballet Association and the City. Today, the Church Street Cultural Arts Centre houses the Andalusia Ballet Association and serves as an educational dance facility. The Church Street Cultural Arts Centre is an exciting drawing point for business interested in locating in Andalusia.




Location:
 
420 Church Street
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Phone: (334) 222-6891


 City Hall

City Hall.jpgThe Andalusia City Hall building was constructed in 1914 serving as a school for the City for eighty-seven years. In 2002 and 2003, the building underwent a complete restoration. The Project included removing walls and redesigning the structure for use as a modern city hall. The building was formally dedicated in January 2004 as the Andalusia City Hall. Today, the Andalusia City Hall houses city government and hosts meetings and special events. Our City Hall serves as a beacon to those interested in doing business in Andalusia. It is the cornerstone of an era of restoration and progress in Andalusia and Covington County.

Location:
505 East Three Notch Street
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Phone: (334) 222-3312
Fax: (334) 222-5114


 Three Notch Museum

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The Three Notch Museum opened to the public in 1987. The museum has a wonderful collection of articles that relate to Covington County and Andalusia history. An extensive collection of early photographs is one of its featured items. The Mark Gibson miniature Railroad is the place all the children like to visit. The museum also has the River Falls Post Office and the Clark Family Log Cabin. The Country Store takes one back to the days when "mom and pop" type stores dotted our rural countryside. 

The museum is free to all visitors and should you want to make a voluntary contribution, there is a contribution jar for your use if desired.Located at the intersection of Historical Central Street and Tisdale Street. Turn south on Central Street from East Three Notch Street.


Location:
Historic Central Street
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Phone: (334) 222-0674


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Springdale, situated in the heart of Andalusia, on East Three Notch Street, is a large home on approximately four acres that was constructed by John G. Scherf in the early 1930’s. It was scheduled to be auctioned off until the Andalusia mayor and city council stepped in to purchase it and thereby saved it from commercial development.

 Learn more about Springdale

Location:
521 E Three Notch Street
Andalusia, AL 36420
Phone: (334) 222-3312


Veterans Memorial

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 “To those who died, honor and eternal rest; to those who returned, gratitude and peace; to those in service remember and hope”

The Covington County Veterans’ Memorial Park is the product of two years of work by the Covington County Veterans’ Memorial Committee. It was dedicated on Veterans’ Day in November of 2004. The park and monument were funded entirely through contributions and the sale of bricks and cornerstones. The sale of bricks and cornerstones is an ongoing project.

The Covington County Veterans’ Memorial Park located behind City Hall features a 42-foot tall stainless steel obelisk mounted on a black granite pedestal. The pedestal is engraved with the names of soldiers who lost their lives defending the nation in various wars and conflicts. Brick pavers honoring veterans with ties to Covington County surround the obelisk. A five-pointed star representing the five branches of military service surrounds the brick pavers.

If you are interested in purchasing a brick paver or cornerstone, you may click your choice to download the printable form or please call (334) 222-3312.

Location:
505 East Three Notch Street
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Phone: (334) 222-3312
Fax: (334) 222-5114


Historic Andalusia Murals

These beautiful historic pieces of art help tell of the history of Andalusia and are located on buildings throughout the downtown area. These murals were created by artist, Wes Hardin. Currently, there are four murals in the collection. They consist of The Legend of Andalusia, Early Covington County Courthouses, Soda Fountain, and Early Covington County Timber and Logging.

A new mural was recently approved by the Andalusia City Council; this mural will also be painted by Dothan artist, Wes Hardin. It will be the first of two murals planned for the Pirate Graphics building on East Three Notch Street.

 Learn more about Andalusia Murals

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