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Home ::: Alabama

Population: 4777326

Total Males: 2317520
Total Females: 2459806
Median Household Income: $ 43160
Total Households: 1837576

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Alabama in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abbeville Abernant
Adamsville Addison Adger
Akron Alabama Alabaster
Alberta Albertville Alexander City
Alexandria Aliceville Allabaster
Allgood Alma Alpine
Alsip Alton Altoona
Anaheim Andalusia Anderson
Annemanie Anniston Apopka
Appleton Arab Ardmore
Ariton Arley Arlington
Arvada Ashford Ashland
Ashville Athens Atlanta
Atmore Attalla Auburn
Auburn University Austin Autaugaville
Axis Baileyton Banks
Barnum Bay Minette Bayou La Batre
Bear Creek Beatrice Beaverton
Belk Belle Mina Bellwood
Berry Bessemer Billerica
Billingsley Birmingham Black
Blountsville Boaz Boligee
Bon Air Bon Secour Booth
Bossier City Boykin Branchville
Brantley Bremen Brent
Brewton Bridgeport Brierfield
Brighton Brilliant Brookside
Brookwood Brownsboro Brundidge
Bryant Bucks Buhl
Burlington Burmingham Butler
Bynum Cahaba Heights Calera
Calvert Camden Camp Hill
Capshaw Carbon Hill Cardiff
Carencro Carlton Carrollton
Castleberry Catherine Cecil
Cedar Bluff Center Point Centre
Centreville Cerritos Champaign
Chancellor Chapel Hill Chatom
Chelsea Cherokee Chickasaw
Childersburg Choccolocco Chunchula
Citronelle Clanton Clay
Clayton Cleveland Clinton
Clio Clopton Cloverdale
Coaling Coden Coffee Springs
Coffeeville Coker Collinsville
Columbia Columbiana Cook Springs
Coosada Cordova Corpus Christi
Cottondale Cottonton Cottonwood
Courtland Cowarts Coy
Crane Hill Creola Cropwell
Crossville Cuba Cullman
Cusseta Dadeville Daleville
Danville Daphne Dauphin Island
Daviston Dawson De Armanville
Deatsville Decatur Deer Park
Delta Demopolis Detroit
Dickinson Dixons Mills Docena
Dolomite Dora Dothan
Double Springs Douglas Dozier
Duluth Duncanville Dutton
Easley East Brewton East Gadsden
Eastaboga Echola Eclectic
Eight Mile Eight-mile El Paso
Elba Elberta Eldridge
Elkmont Elmore Elrod
Emelle Empire Ensley
Enterprise Epes Equality
Estillfork Ethelsville Eufaula
Eugene Eutaw Eva
Evansville Evergreen Excel
Fackler Fair Hope Fairfield
Fairhope Falkville Farmington
Faunsdale Fayette Fitzpatrick
Five Points Flat Rock Flomaton
Florala Florence Foley
Forest Home Forestdale Forkland
Fort Davis Fort Deposit Fort McClellan
Fort Mitchell Fort Myers Fort Payne
Fort Rucker Fort Worth Fosters
Fountain City Framingham Franklin
Frankville Frederick Fremont
Fresno Frisco City Fruitdale
Fruithurst Ft Payne Ft. Payne
Fulton Fultondale Fyffe
Gadsden Gadsen Gainestown
Gainesville Gallant Gallion
Gantt Garden City Gardendale
Gaylesville Geneva Georgiana
Geraldine Gilbertown Girard
Glastonbury Glencoe Goodwater
Goodway Gordo Gordon
Goshen Grady Graham
Grand Bay Grand Haven Grant
Graysville Green Pond Greensboro
Greenville Grosse Pointe Woods Grove Hill
Groveoak Guin Gulf Shores
Guntersville Gurley Hackleburg
Haleyville Haltom City HAMBURG
Hamilton Hampton Cove Hamtramck
Hanceville Hardaway Harpersville
Hartford Hartselle Harvest
Hatchechubbee Hawthorne Hayden
Hayneville Hazel Green Headland
Heflin Helena Henagar
Higdon Highland Home Hillsboro
Hodges Hokes Bluff Hollins
Holly Pond Hollytree Hollywood
Homewood Hong Kong Honoraville
Hoover Hope Hull Horton
Houston Hueytown Hunstville
Huntsville Hurtsboro Huxford
Ider Indian Springs Indiana Springs
Irondale Irvington Jackson
Jacksons Gap Jacksonville Jasper
Jemison Jones Joppa
Kansas Kellyton Kennedy
Killen Kimberly Kinsey
Kinston Knoxville Lacey Spring
Laceys Spring Lafayette Laguna Beach
Lakewood Lanett Langhorne
Langston Lapine Las Vegas
Lawley Leeds Leesburg
Leighton Lenox Leroy
Lester Letohatchee Lexington
Lillian Lincoln Linden
Lineville Lisman Little River
Little Rock Livingston Loachapoka
Lockhart Locust Fork Logan
Louisville Lower Peach Tree Lowndesboro
Loxley Luverne Lynn
Madawaska Madison Magnolia
Magnolia Springs Malcolm Malvern
Maplesville Marbury Margaret
Marietta Marion Marion Junction
MARSHALL Mathews Maxwell Air Force Base
Maylene Mc Calla McCalla
McIntosh McKenzie McShan
Melvin Mentone Meridian
Meridianville Mesa Mexia
Midfield Midland City Midway
Millbrook Millport Millry
Minter Mobile Mobile Alabama
Monroeville Monrovia Montevallo
Montgomer Montgomery Montrose
Moody Mooresville Morris
Moulton Moundville Mount Hope
Mount Meigs Mount Olive Mount Vernon
Mountain Brk Mountain Brook Mulga
Munford Muscadine Muscle Shoals
Muscle Soals Myrtlewood Nanafalia
Naperville Natural Bridge Nauvoo
Needham New Brockton New Hope
New Market New York Newbern
Newell Newton Newville
Nirmingham Noblesville Normal
North Bessemer North Olmsted Northglenn
Northpoint Northport Notasulga
Oak Hill Oakman Odenville
Ohatchee Omaha Oneonta
Opelika Opp Orange
Orange Beach Orrville Owens Cross Rds
Owens Cross Roads Owens Crossroads Oxford
Ozark Paint Rock Palmerdale
Panola Pansey Parrish
Pelham Pell City Pennington
Perdido Perdue Hill Perote
Peterman Peterson Phenix City
Phil Campbell Phoenix Piedmont
Pike Road Pinckard Pine Apple
Pine Hill Pine Level Pinson
Pisgah Pittsview Plano
Plantersville Pleasant Grove Point Clear
Portland Prattville Prichard
Princeton Queretaro Quinton
Ragland Rainbow City Rainsville
Raleigh Ralph Ramer
Ranburne Randolph Rayville
Reading Red Bay Red Level
Reform Remlap Repton
River Falls Riverchase Riverside
Roanoke Robertsdale Rockford
Roebuck Rogersville Russellville
Rutledge Sacramento Safford
Saginaw Saint Elmo Saint Stephens
Salem Salitpa Salt Lake City
Samantha Samson San Francisco
San Mateo Sand Rock Saraland
Sardis Satsuma Sawyerville
Sayre Scottsboro Scottsdale
Seale Seattle Section
Selma Seminole Semmes
Shannon Sheffield Shelby
Sherman Oak Shoal Creek Shorter
Shorterville Shreveport Sidney
Silas Siluria Silverhill
Sipsey Skipperville Slocomb
Smith Station Smiths Smiths Station
Snead Somerville Southside
Spanaway Spanish Fort Sparta
Spring Garden Springfield Springville
Spruce Pine Stanton Stapleton
Steele Sterrett Stevenson
Stockton Stuart Studio City
Suite 1200 Sulligent Sumiton
Summerdale Sweet Water Sycamore
Sylacauga Sylvan Springs Sylvania
Talladega Tallahassee Tallassee
Talledega Tanner Tarrant
Tarrant City Taylor Tempe
Theodore Thomaston Thomasville
Thorsby Thorton Tibbie
Tillman's Corner Titus Toney
Town Creek Townley Towson
Toxey Trafford Trenton
Trinity Troy Trussville
Tucson Tuscaloosa Tuscumbia
Tuskegee Tuskegee Institute Tyler
Union Grove Union Springs Uniontown
Uriah Valhermoso Springs Valley
Valley Grande Valley Head Vance
Vandiver Verbena Vernon
Vestavia Vestavia Hills Vestavia Hls
Victoria Vina Vincent
Vinegar Bend Vinemont Virginia Beach
Vredenburgh Wadley Wagarville
Walnut Grove Ward Warrior
Waterloo Waverly Weaver
Webb Wedowee Wellington
Weogufka West Blocton West Haven
West Vancouver Westover Wetumpka
Whatley Whistler wildomar
Wilmer Wilsonville Wilton
Winfield Wing Woodland
Woodstock Woodville York
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Alabama

Basic History

At the close of the American Revolution, Great Britain formally surrendered all lands east of the Mississippi to the United States. The territory of Mississippi included parts of the present-day Alabama, but the land was largely a wilderness with a considerable fur trade and beginnings of cotton cultivation. However, both the fur trade and cotton production had to be interrupted during a war in 1812 when new settlers poured into the Alabama region from Georgia and Tennessee. The wealthy newcomers settled in the fertile bottomlands, established large plantations and produced cotton. The poorer ones took over the less fertile uplands, where they eked out a living. The population eventually grew to such an extent that the Territory of Alabama was set up in 1817, and two years later in 1819, it officially became a state.

Environmental History

Alabama was once covered by vast forests of pine, which still form the largest proportion of the state’s forest growth. Alabama has an abundance of cypress, hickory, oak, and various gum trees. Red cedar grows throughout the state. There are more than 150 shrubs, and cultivated plants include wisteria and camellia. In a state where large herds of bison, elk, bear and deer once roamed, only the white-tailed deer remains abundant. Ninety-seven animals, fish and birds (including the Alabama beach mouse, gray bat, red-belly turtle, bald eagle, finback and humpback whales, and wood stork), and eighteen plant species are now listed endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

Green Initiatives

The ‘Go-Green Initiatives’ of the Going Green Project, GreenSense LLC, etc, highlight some of the important developments toward making Alabama a greener place to live, work and play. The environmental legislation and policies include: stricter standards for more than 50 cancer-causing pollutants; landfill fee and recycling initiative; tougher fines for illegal hunting and fishing; habitat and species protection; nature conservation; ensuring greener cities and green buildings in terms of renewable energy, public transit, recycling and setting aside land for parks and nature preserves; reduced waste and water consumption; media, business and festivals regularly scheduling ‘green’ features; expansion in the use of renewable and alternative energy sources; ‘clean fuel’ movement like use of biofuels/biodiesel; Statewide water plan resolution and provision of water conservation kits to Alabama residents which include leak-detection tablets, toilet-displacement bags to reduce water usage, lawn watering gauge, etc; expanding urban parkland and open spaces; use of innovative and creative techniques to revitalize blighted, contaminated lands for productive, new uses.

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