The county seat of Conecuh County, Alabama, is Evergreen. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 13,728, a decrease of 326 over the 1990 census.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
Additional information is available at these pages:
Other Alabama Counties nearby:
(Greenville) Butler County
(Grove Hill) Clarke County
(Evergreen) Conecuh County
(Andalusia) Covington County
(Brewton) Escambia County
(Monroeville) Monroe County
01/25 Coming to The Evergreen area
Ozark Crawdad and Music Festival Ozark AL April20 This family & pet friendly festival is FREE to the public and
features Great Live Music, Wonderful Foods,
Arts & Craft Vendors, Children's Activity Area,
Sonic's Popular Hotdog Eating Contest,
the Crawdad 5k Run, Walk, or Crawl and much more!
Seabreeze Jazz Festival Panama City Beach FL April17-21 The ultimate weekend of smooth jazz comes to Florida's Emerald Coast! The Seabreeze Jazz Festival features the top names in smooth jazz--all coming to the Gulf Place Outdoor Amphitheater just east of Destin.
Musical Echoes Fort Walton Beach FL April19-21 Musical Echoes Flute Festival hosts the largest Native American Flute and Art Festival in the USA. Located on the beautiful Emerald Coast of Fort Walton Beach/Destin Florida, the festival offers a garland of exqusite sights and sounds.
Gulf Coast Charity Horse Show and Music Festival Pama City Beach FL April25-27 The show will be more exciting than ever. Great food and merchandise vendors, music and the greatest breed of horse, the Tennessee Walking horses stepping high performing for you.
Pensacola Repticon Show Pensacola FL April27-28 Features two days of reptile fun, with over 100 tables of top-quality reptiles, amphibians, exotic pets and pet products, hourly seminars and presentations, door prizes sponsored by Exo Terra, and much more!
Pensacola Crawfish Festival Pensacola FL May4-6 The festival is one of the largest crawfish boils in the state and is always held in downtown Pensacola on the beautiful waterfront of Bartram Park. The Pensacola Crawfish Festival brought a little of the Louisiana bayou right here to Pensacola Bay.