Thomasville, class of 2005, designated 2007, thomasvilleal.com
Thomasville, which was incorporated in 1888, is located in northeast Clarke County in the southwest part of the state and is the center of a vast regional trade area that draws 80,000-plus shoppers to its merchants from portions of six Alabama counties. Situated 100 miles from the nearest urban center in one of Alabama’s poorest regions, Thomasville is shifting the narrative for a multi-county area within the Black Belt through collaboration, forward-thinking and steadfastly refusing to accept the status quo.
With a population of just over 3,600, Thomasville is home to five city parks with softball and baseball fields, playgrounds, picnic pavilions and a walking track; historical attractions such as the A.L. Martin Museum, Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum and site of the first Miles College; a renovated Civic Center as well as annual festivals, theatrical productions, concerts, sports and many recreational outlets. The Thomasville Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Thomasville High School is listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage.
138 Wilson Ave. Thomasville, AL 36784 | 334 636-1542