Greensboro, Alabama is located in West Central Alabama in Hale County along Highway 69. The town of Greensboro is named after the American Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene and was established in December of 1823. The town was originally named Greensborough, but was soon shortened to Greensboro. Three former Alabama governors, Israel Pickens, John Gayle and Thomas Seay, are natives of Greensboro. Eugene Sawyer, a former mayor of Chicago, Illinois, is also a native of Greensboro. Today, Greensboro is home to just under 3,000 residents and is a part of the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Metropolitan Area. Greensboro’s historic area has some of the finest examples of Greek revival architecture in Alabama. The unique architectural style is seen in antebellum mansions located in and near Greensboro.
Hale County was established on January 30, 1867. There are approximately 18,000 people living in the county. In addition to Greensboro, Hale County includes the towns of Akron, Moundville, Newbern and Sawyerville. There are six major roadways that run through Hale County. These include U.S. Highway 80 and Alabama State Routes 14, 25, 60, 61 and 69. Hale County is home to The Rural Studio, a design-build architecture studio run by Auburn University. The Rural Studio was established in 1993 as part of Auburn University’s School of Architecture by two of Auburn’s architecture professors. The Rural Studio has constructed more than 80 houses and community buildings in Hale, Perry and Marengo Counties, including a birding tower in Perry County. The Rural Studio has been featured nationally by CBS News, Nightline and others.
The Fourth Judicial Circuit serves the citizens of Greensboro, Alabama. Greensboro is the county seat for Hale County. The Hale County Courthouse is located at 1001 Main Street, Greensboro, Alabama 36744 and houses the Circuit, District and Probate Courts. The Greensboro Municipal Court is located at 1101 Main Street, Greensboro, Alabama 36744. Court is held at Greensboro’s City Hall on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Greensboro is governed by a Mayor-Council form of government. The Mayor is elected every four years and is responsible for the daily operations of all departments of the city. The City Council is also elected every four years and serves as the city’s legislative branch. The City Council meets every second and fourth Tuesday.
Our lawyers handle personal injury, truck wreck and car wreck cases in the district and circuit courts of Hale County.
Our office is located at 907 17th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401. We have successfully handled a broad range of personal injury cases in Greensboro, Alabama.
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