Cities & Towns in Saint Clair County, AL

Saint Clair County, county in Alabama, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 90,739 inhabitants. The county was created 205 years ago in 1818. Its county seat is .

There are 8 city/town in Saint Clair County, AL. The largest city of Saint Clair County is Pell City with a population of 14,045. Other cities include, Moody population 13,292, Margaret population 5,287, Springville population 4,386, Odenville population 3,886

Pell City
Pell City

Pell City, City in Alabama


Moody, City in St.


Margaret, Human settlement in St.

Saint Clair County sits northeast of Birmingham and contains a mix of small cities, towns, and rural communities. Here's an overview of some of the notable places in Saint Clair County:

Ashville - The largest city in Saint Clair County with over 2,000 residents. Ashville serves as the county seat and hosts an annual Sweet Potato Festival in November.

Pell City - Home to around 14,000 people, Pell City sits along Interstate 20. It's known for the Stemley Bridge BBQ Bash and the Pell City Dragon Boat Race held annually.

Moody - This small town of around 12,000 residents hosts the Moody Miracle Christmas Parade each December. The Chief Ladiga Trail, a biking/walking path, runs through the town.

Ragland - Sitting along Alabama State Route 144, Ragland has around 2,000 residents. The Ragland Barbecue Cook-Off takes place each May.

Odenville - Odenville has around 3,500 people and provides easy access to Logan Martin Lake for boating and fishing. The town hosts a yearly Christmas parade.

Springville - With just under 5,000 residents, Springville holds an annual Arts and Crafts Festival downtown on Main Street.

Leeds - Home to nearly 12,000 people, Leeds sits along Interstate 20 northwest of Ashville. Popular attractions include the Old Homestead Antique Mall and WarDog Park.

From its county seat of Ashville to lake towns like Odenville, Saint Clair County contains a variety of Southern small towns and communities. The area provides opportunities to immerse yourself in Alabama traditions like barbecue cook-offs and parades.

All Saint Clair County Cities (Aphebetical)

List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Saint Clair County.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z all
City Name Title Population
Ashville City in St. 2,396
Margaret Human settlement in St. 5,287
Moody City in St. 13,292
Odenville Town 3,886
Pell City City in Alabama 14,045
Ragland Town 1,718
Springville Town in St. 4,386
Steele Town 1,093

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