County Information

Some of the cities, towns, and places in Bibb County are Abercrombie, Active, Antioch, Brent, Brierfield, Cadle, Centreville, Coleanor, Eoline, Flat Top, Gary Springs, Green Pond, Lawley, Little Hope, Lucille, Marvel, Maud, Piper, Randolph, Sand Mountain, Sixmile, Tuscaloosa County, Vance, West Blocton, Woodstock

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Bibb County is a county in the central portion of the U.S. state of Alabama. The county is included in the ARC's definition of Appalachia. As of the 23rd Decennial 2010 United States Census, its population was 22,915. The county seat is Centreville. The county is named in honor of William W. Bibb (1781-1820), the Governor of Alabama Territory (1817-1819) and the first Governor of Alabama (1819-1820, when he died). He is also the namesake for Bibb County, Georgia, where he began his political career. It is a "prohibition" or dry county; however, a few towns have become "wet" by allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages: Woodstock (12/2017), West Blocton (08/2012), Centreville (06/2010), and Brent (05/2010).The Bibb County Courthouse is located in the county seat of Centreville.