Garbage collections for Coosa County will be performed by GFL Enviromental effective 10/30/2020. Please contact GFL at 1-256-500-0974 for questions concerning new or existing service.
The Courthouse is open to the public with the following limitations:
To prevent increased exposure of COVID-19 and its variants, the following precautionary measures will be taken to keep the public and employees as safe as possible effective 1/5/2022 until further notice:
- Temperatures will be taken to determine entrance into the building;
- One person at a time will be allowed to perform business transactions in the Probate, Tag and Revenue Departments;
- An inside waiting area will be provided to safely accommodate other persons waiting to do business in the Probate, Tag and Revenue Departments.
It is strongly recommended for alternative arrangements be made for children, additional family members and/or friends as the only person to be allowed inside the Courthouse will be the person doing the business transaction.
For the latest corona virus updates see: https://hlg-coronavirus-response-coosa-sidwell.hub.arcgis.com/
Coosa is a beautiful rural county nestled in the heart of central Alabama. The area is rich in animal and plant life, including the rare Cahaba lily. The Alabama Scenic River Trail runs down the western boundary of the county, with several portage points along the river. Hatchet Creek is a canoe and kayak hotspot with several “rated drops” along its path. The latest proposed extension of the Appalachian Trail, the Pinhoti National Recreational Trail, would end at Flagg Mountain located here in Coosa County. Lake Mitchell, Lay Lake, Lake Jordan and Lake Martin all have shoreline in the county and provide lakefront living and endless recreational opportunities.