festivalsfeatured2
ALABAMA'S ADVENTUROUS SIDE

Franklin County anchors the southern edge of the Appalachian Mountain foothills and with that comes an abundance of spectacular outdoor leisure opportunities. Click HERE to explore Franklin County.

festivalsfeatured
FESTIVALS

Franklin County celebrates our heritage, lifestyles, & patriotism with a number of truly unique & special events held each season of the year. To discover our current lineup of exciting events, click HERE.

The City of Red Bay

A Great Place to Live, Work, Worship and Play!

Click the photo to learn more about Red Bay!

Upcoming Events:

Juneteenth
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

First Day of Summer
Thursday, June 20, 2024

Luxe Aesthetics & Wellness Ribbon Cutting
211 Hospital Road, Red Bay, AL 35582
Friday, June 21, 2024
12 PM – Ribbon Cutting
1 PM-6 PM – Open House

Phil Campbell Festival 
Friday, June 21 & Saturday, June 22, 2024

Independence Day
Thursday, July 4, 2024

Jam on Sloss Lake
Sloss Lake, Russellville
Thursday, July 4, 2024

Watermelon Pageant
RCS Auditorium
Saturday, July 20, 2024
10 AM

Emergency Storm Shelters

Are you prepared for bad weather?

Find your Franklin County storm shelter before emergency strikes!

Click HERE.

 

Call 2-1-1 for Non-Emergency Help!

2-1-1 works just like 9-1-1 but is for non-emergency calls!

2-1-1 can help you with:
-Basic Human Needs Resources
-Government Information
-Health and Mental Health Resources
-Employment Support
-Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities
-Support for Children, Youth, and Families
-Volunteer Opportunities and Donations
-Military and Family Support
-Hobby Groups and Civic/Service Club

Learn more here.

Until the Watermelon Festival!

55Days 19Hours 42Minutes 25Seconds

Welcome to Franklin County, Alabama

Screen Shot 2015-05-12 at 9.43.36 AM

 
If you're looking for a comfortable, safe and affordable place to live, Franklin County may be the place for you. We have much to offer. Franklin County has skilled labor, strong educational institutions, quality life styles, health care facilities, business and industrial sites, municipal airports, competitive energy costs and supportive local governments. Franklin County and city schools rank among the highest in the state and we were first in the state to host a public junior college, Northwest Shoals Community College. We have excellent medical facilities and physicians. And some of the friendliest people in the world are from Franklin County!

 

Our promise as your Chamber of Commerce is to build community value into every area while delivering professional expertise, exceptional customers service and quality service.

Partners

100pxFranklinCo100pxrussellvilleUntitled-1100pxSweetHomeAlabama_Logo_Pantone312c-02