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Baldwin County, Alabama
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Baldwin County Call Center Operators

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South Baldwin –

Eastern Shore –

State of Alabama, Official Website

Baldwin County, Alabama

Baldwin County was established on December 21, 1809, ten years before Alabama became a state, and is the third oldest county in the state. Prior to being established, the county was a part of the Mississippi territory until 1817, when the area passed into the Alabama territory. Statehood was gained by Alabama in 1819.

A few interesting facts about Baldwin County:
  • Bay Minette became the county seat of Baldwin County in 1901. Prior to this date, the county seat had been located in McIntosh Bluff, Blakeley and Daphne.
  • Baldwin County is the largest county in Alabama by area and includes a portion of Mobile Bay.
  • Baldwin County is the 12th largest county east of the Mississippi River and is larger than both the states of Delaware and Rhode Island.
  • William Bartram, America’s first native-born naturalist/artist, explored Baldwin County during the Revolutionary era, making the first scientific notations of the flora, fauna and inhabitants he encountered. As the appointed botanist of Britain’s King George III, Bartram traveled 2,400-miles during three journeys into the southern colonies in 1775-1776, collecting rare plants and specimens and making detailed drawings of plants and animals.
Baldwin County offices may be accessed by the Baldwin County Call Center at the following numbers:
    North Baldwin Call Center Operator – 251.937.9561
    South Baldwin Call Center Operator – 251.943.5061
    Eastern Shore Call Center Operator – 251.928.3002

Here are a few helpful links to Baldwin County Government websites:

~ Baldwin County, Alabama ~

~ Baldwin County E-911 ~

~ Baldwin County Commission ~

~ Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department ~

~ Baldwin County Revenue Commission ~

~ Baldwin County Probate Judge's Office ~

~ Baldwin County Health Department ~

~ Baldwin County Board of Education ~

~ Baldwin County Board of Registrars ~
Voter Registration

~ Baldwin County Solid Waste Department ~
Garbage Pick-up Service

State of Alabama

The Alabama Territory was established on March 3, 1817 by the same act which created the state of Mississippi. Alabama was granted statehood on December 14, 1819, as the 22nd state to join the Union.

A few interesting facts about Alabama:
  • The word Alabama means ‘an ethnic community’ in the Creek Indian language.
  • Alabama workers built the first rocket to put humans on the moon.
  • Alabama is the only state with all major natural resources needed to make iron and steel. It is also the largest supplier of cast-iron and steel pipe products.
  • In 1704, Alabama introduced the Mardi Gras to the western world in the City of Mobile. The celebration is held on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Lent begins.
  • In 1886, the oldest Electric Trolley System of the world was launched in Montgomery.
  • The oldest state-sponsored archival bureau in the country is The Alabama Department of Archives.
  • In 1814, General Andrew Jackson overpowered the Creek Indians in the Battle at Horseshoe Bend, ending the reign of the Creek Confederacy and making future-President Jackson a war hero. After this incident, the indigenous Americans surrendered almost 50% of the current state territory to the U.S.
  • Magnolia Springs has the only all-water mail route in the United States, with daily delivery by boat.
  • Alabama is home to many famous people in ministry, arts and music, literature and sports, including Winston Groom, Harper Lee, Hank Williams, Channing Tatum, Nat King Cole, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Fannie Flagg, Lionel Ritchey, Helen Keller, Kate Jackson, Henry Louis (Hank) Aaron, Tallulah Bankhead, Courtney Cox, Joe Louis, Jimmy Rodgers, Willie Mays and Jim Nabors, to name just a few!
Here are a few helpful links to Alabama State Government websites:

~ State of Alabama, Official Website ~

~ Office of the Governor ~

~ Office of the Lieutenant Governor ~

~ Office of the Attorney General ~

~ Alabama State Senate ~

~ Alabama State Legislature ~

~ Office of the Alabama Secretary of State ~

Voting and Elections 

~ Alabama Department of Education ~

~ Alabama Department of Tourism ~

~ Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources ~

Hunting & Fishing License

~ Alabama Department of Revenue ~

~ Alabama Law Enforcement Agency ~

Includes the following agencies:
   Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement
   Alabama Department of Homeland Security
   Office of Prosecution Services Computer Forensic Laboratories
   Alabama Department of Public Safety     (Driver License)
   Alabama Bureau of Investigation
   Alabama Marine Police     (Boating License)
   Alabama Forestry Commission
   Alabama Department of Revenue
   Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center
   Alabama Fusion Center
   Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries
   Alabama Public Service Commission