Lawrence County

Lawrence County is the second-largest in population and size of the 4 counties in District 4. The Lawrence County School System oversees 16 primary and secondary schools as well as several private school options. Lawrence County has the highest population of native Americans of any county in the state. It is also the birthplace of Jesse Owens, who lived in the community of Oakville. You can now visit the Jesse Owens Museum.

You can also find Deer Run Golf Course, Bankhead National Forest, and the Oakville Indian Mounds.

Demographical Information:
Population: 33,049                                        

Founded in: 1819

Size: 717 square miles

County Seat: Moulton


Economic Development Information

Chamber of Commerce

Lawrence County House of Representatives Delegation:

Rep. Andrew Sorrell (R) - 3rd District

Rep. Proncey Robertson (R) - 7th District

Shared Lawrence County Senate Delegation:

Senator Larry Stutts - 6th District

District 4 Municipalities:



Town Creek

Related News:


State, local leaders present more than $77k to 3 Town Creek

devastated by Dec. tornadoes  


Tornado destroys lives; Town Creek residents, elected officials,

and volunteers offer hope          

On December 16th an EF-2 tornado hit Town Creek, AL 

destroying homes, taking two lives, and placing four people in 

critical care at three different hospitals. The community is 
rallying together to raise money to help these families with a

fresh start in 2020. You can provide hope and healing in a time

of tragedy. Give through this GoFundMe page where 100% of

the proceeds will go to help these three families. 


New Lockheed Martin manufacturing plant to bring 72 jobs to Courtland

State lawmaker pushes tourism as a way for Lawrence to replace IP tax dollars

The Jeff Poor Show - State Sen. Garlan Gudger Joins Jeff to Discuss Matters of Lawrence County 

County Leadership:

Lawrence County Commission