Welcome to Talladega County
From the Talladega National Forest, along the eastern boundary, to Logan Martin and Lay Lakes, along the western boundary… From a Superspeedway in the north to a first-class 3,200-acre golf resort in the south, Talladega County’s 753 square miles offers an abundance of resources.
Talladega County, created in 1832, lies in the center of Alabama. In the City of Talladega’s charming historic district is the County Courthouse – the oldest functioning courthouse in the state. Inside this historic courthouse are housed the County Commission, Probate, Revenue, Voter Registrar, and a driver license office.
Whether you’re looking to relocate your home or your business, or if you’re just looking for a new adventure, we invite you to visit Talladega County. Please check out our “Community” tab for a preview.
Talladega County Commission will have bid opportunities to improve the Talladega County Water System as early as August 2022. If you are interested in being notified when the projects go to bid, please click "Read More" for more details.
A public hearing to discuss the Talladega County's Hazard Mitigation Plan will be held at the 911/EMA building located at 26715 Hwy 21, Talladega on February 9, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. If you would like to speak at the public hearing, or if you would like a copy of the Hazard Mitigation Plan, please email Shelby Peterson at email@example.com.
There are several changes taking effect for 2022 in the motor vehicle division of the Talladega County Revenue Office, beginning January 1.
Everyone that has a county plate (61) will be issued a new plate with a new design.
As per the Alabama Department of Revenue, all handicap tag/placard holders must recertify in office for new plate and placard. We will no longer issue a handicap plate. Any plate can now be a handicap plate. All plates that are issued as handicap will have a blue decal in upper left- hand corner of tag.
Bicentennial (200th Travel) tag is back and can be purchased again this year with new design.
Per the State of Alabama Marine Control Division all boat registrations will increase by $5.00.
Boat owners will need to renew their boat registration in person at one of our four locations or online by clicking here.