In Thomasville Alabama you will find all of the comforts of home and discover the true meaning of "Southern Hospitality". From locally owned restaurants with award winning menus, to the historical attractions such as the A.L. Martin Museum, Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum, site of the first Miles College, and our recently renovated Civic Center which was once home to our schools, to the entertainment offered locally through annual festivals, theatrical productions, concerts, sports and more, Thomasville has something for everyone.
Our community is growing at a rapid pace with the new industries and business re-locating in our area, but has and will continue to maintain that “hometown feel” and its charming southern ways.
Thomasville has always been known as a progressive town, achieving much attention in the State of Alabama and even beyond. It has completely redeveloped the downtown area making it a showplace with its design. It is welcoming of visitors and those interested in relocating to the area. This display of Southern Hospitality has led to Thomasville’s success in attracting industry to the area. The mayor works tirelessly to promote our town and supports local efforts for citizen involvement. The town itself is welcoming of good ideas from all. The downtown revitalization, as well as the development of the Civic Center, were both citizen led efforts that the City strongly supported. So as you can see, all that Thomasville has to offer to its visitors and residents alike is what makes Thomasville “Southwest Alabama’s Success Story”, a title we hold dear to our hearts.
Thomasville, Ala., April 12, 2017 – As part of AT&T’s continuing efforts to drive economic development and investment in Alabama, AT&T and the City of Thomasville today announced five local Industrial Parks – Thomasville Industrial Park, Thomasville South Industrial Park, Thomasville North Industrial Park, Thomasville – West Wilcox Industrial Park and North Clarke Industrial Park – have been certified AT&T Fiber Ready.
Shelby Announces $1.26M DRA Grant for Thomasville Career Readiness Center
“Many rural areas lack the basic career resources that are needed to develop a skilled workforce. This Delta Regional Authority funding is excellent news for the City of Thomasville and the surrounding region,” said Senator Shelby.
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City Council Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month and are open to the public.
Council Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at 137 Adams Ave. - Thomasville, AL - 5:30pm
**Dates are subject to change due to holidays, etc.. Please check with City Hall 334-636-5827**