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.
COVID INFORMATION FOR COUNTY BUILDINGS
The Talladega County Courthouse will be closed for disinfecting on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, with some offices reopening on Wednesday, August 25th. The Tag Office and Reappraisal (mapping) offices will be closed until Monday, August 30th in Talladega only. There are no plans to close the Sylacauga Courthouse at this time with all offices operating as usual. The Oxford Revenue Office is closed until further notice.
Effective immediately, masks are required to enter all County buildings.
Beginning January 1, 2021 the following changes:
- The Alabama Bicentennial tag/plate will no longer be available for issuance. Registrants with this tag/plate will be required to purchase a different tag/plate during their renewal month.
- Boat owners will need to renew their boat registration in person at one of our four locations or online by clicking here.
SUNDAY ALCOHOL SALES
On November 3, 2020, in a local referendum, Talladega County voters approved the sale of alcoholic beverages for both on-premises and off-premises consumption in the unincorporated areas, on Sundays after 12:00 p.m.