Tallassee, Alabama, “the Treasure on the Tallapoosa” is a small but growing town in South Central Alabama. Strategically located 10 minutes from I-85, 20 minutes to Auburn and the State Capitol of Montgomery.
Tallassee is the industrial core of Elmore county. Natural resources are bountiful with the Tallapoosa river running through the heart of Tallassee. Lake Martin is in our back yard. Tallassee is in the beginning stages of developing the Riverfront and Entertainment district. Tallassee is a wonderful place to escape the bustle of the city and decompress and enjoy family and friends.
Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and situated at the lower end of the shoals of the Coosa River, Wetumpka, Alabama has often been called “The City of Natural Beauty.”
Slightly Southeast of center in the State, Elmore County with Wetumpka as its county seat is Alabama’s third fastest growing county. Currently it boasts a population in excess of 65,875. Located just northeast of Montgomery, Wetumpka affords leisure living outside the big city atmosphere and provides the attraction of small town closeness and attitude. Wetumpka’s wide range of unique shops and service-oriented offices complement the large shopping areas in nearby Montgomery.
Montgomery, “The Capital of Dreams“, is a city rich in history. Once the capital of the Confederacy, Montgomery grew to become the center of the Civil Rights Movement. Today, we are more than just the capital of Alabama-we are the epitome of economic prosperity. We enjoy being the showplace for southern hospitality, beautiful weather, and high-tech jobs.
Our city is filled with rich diversity and cultural landmarks such as the Hank Williams Museum, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Rosa Parks Museum, First White House of the Confederacy, Civil Rights Memorial and much more. Montgomery is the home of Maxwell/Gunter Air Force Bases, Hyundai Motors Manufacturing Alabama and Biscuits Baseball. Our downtown redevelopment is bringing new life and energy into an area of historic significance.
The City of Auburn, “The Loveliest Village On The Plains“, is home to Auburn University. Auburn is located along Interstate 85 in east central Alabama.
Auburn boasts all the trappings of a bustling, progressive city mixed with all the allure of a charming college town – a quaint, quirky downtown, award-winning restaurants and fantastic shpping, scenic parks, quiet neighborhoods and top-rated schools.