Welcome to the Cleburne County Commission
Cleburne County is rich with natural beauty and opportunities for outdoor recreation. The county is home to Alabama’s highest point, Mt. Cheaha which is a foothill of the Appalachian Mountains. Other outdoor gems include the Talladega National Forest, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, Tallapoosa River, Pinhoti Trail, Chief Ladiga Trail and Terrapin Creek. Located in northeast Alabama, the rural county is within an hour's drive to Birmingham and Atlanta via Interstate 20.
Cleburne County was established in December 1866 and named for Patrick R. Cleburne. Born in Ireland in 1828, he was the South’s highest-ranking foreign-born officer. The county courthouse was built in 1907 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Cleburne County Board of Education
The Cleburne County Board of Education will meet June 1, 6:30 p.m. Contact Superintendent's office for meeting location.Read More
The Cleburne County Commission work session is normally held on the first Monday of each month.Read More
In reference to the sale of a surplus mobile home/office owned by the Cleburne County Commission, deemed surplus and located beside the Cleburne Count...Read More
Jul 06, 20
The Town of Ranburne will host a trade day on the first and third Monday of each month at the town's pavilion.Read More
Outdoor warning sirens are tested on the first Tuesday of each month unless the threat of severe weather exists.Read More