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Alabama subdivision vector map AL county and subdivison map.Neighborhoods in Alabama

The state of Alabama is divided into 67 counties. These counties serve as the administrative divisions of the state and are responsible for various functions, including property assessment, law enforcement, and the provision of various public services. Each county is governed by a board of commissioners and has its own seat of government, often located in the county’s largest city or town. Additionally, some cities in Alabama also have their own municipal governments, which provide additional services to their residents.

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Mobile county subdivision in Alabama subdivision vector map

Mobile County is located in the southern part of Alabama, and is divided into several political subdivisions, including:

  1. Cities: There are 10 cities within Mobile County, including Mobile (the county seat), Chickasaw, Prichard, Saraland, and Satsuma, among others.
  2. Townships: Mobile County is divided into several townships, which are administrative divisions used for the purpose of property assessment.
  3. Census-designated places (CDPs): A CDP is a type of unincorporated settlement defined by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes. Mobile County has several CDPs, including Dauphin Island, Eight Mile, and Grand Bay.
  4. Unincorporated communities: There are several communities within Mobile County that are not part of any incorporated city or town, and therefore not governed by a separate municipality.

Each of these subdivisions provides different services to the residents of Mobile County, and the specific services provided may vary based on the population and resources of each area.

Madison county subdivision in Alabama subdivision vector map

Madison County is a county located in the northern part of Alabama. It is divided into several political subdivisions, including:

  1. Cities: There are four cities within Madison County, including Huntsville (the county seat), Madison, Owens Cross Roads, and Triana.
  2. Townships: Madison County is divided into several townships, which are administrative divisions used for the purpose of property assessment.
  3. Census-designated places (CDPs): A CDP is a type of unincorporated settlement defined by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes. Madison County has several CDPs, including Gurley, Meridianville, and New Hope.
  4. Unincorporated communities: There are several communities within Madison County that are not part of any incorporated city or town, and therefore not governed by a separate municipality.

Each of these subdivisions provides different services to the residents of Madison County, and the specific services provided may vary based on the population and resources of each area.

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All 67 county in Alabama subdivision vector map

Alabama/Autauga-County, Alabama/Baldwin-County, Alabama/Barbour-County, Alabama/Bibb-County, Alabama/Blount-County, Alabama/Bullock-County, Alabama/Butler-County, Alabama/Calhoun-County, Alabama/Chambers-County, Alabama/Cherokee-County, Alabama/Chilton-County, Alabama/Choctaw-County, Alabama/Clarke-County, Alabama/Clay-County, Alabama/Cleburne-County, Alabama/Coffee-County, Alabama/Colbert-County, Alabama/Conecuh-County, Alabama/Coosa-County, Alabama/Covington-County, Alabama/Crenshaw-County, Alabama/Cullman-County, Alabama/Dale-County, Alabama/Dallas-County, Alabama/DeKalb-County, Alabama/Elmore-County, Alabama/Escambia-County, Alabama/Etowah-County, Alabama/Fayette-County, Alabama/Franklin-County, Alabama/Geneva-County, Alabama/Greene-County, Alabama/Hale-County, Alabama/Henry-County, Alabama/Houston-County, Alabama/Jackson-County, Alabama/Jefferson-County, Alabama/Lamar-Count Alabama/Lauderdale-County, Alabama/Lawrence-County, Alabama/Lee-County, Alabama/Limestone-County, Alabama/Lowndes-County, Alabama/Macon-County, Alabama/Madison-County, Alabama/Marengo-County, Alabama/Marion-County, Alabama/Marshall-County, Alabama/Mobile-County, Alabama/Monroe-County, Alabama/Montgomery-County, Alabama/Morgan-County, Alabama/Perry-County, Alabama/Pickens-County, Alabama/Pike-County, Alabama/Randolph-County, Alabama/Russell-County, Alabama/Shelby-County, Alabama/St-Clair-County, Alabama/Sumter-County, Alabama/Talladega-County, Alabama/Tallapoosa-County, Alabama/Tuscaloosa-County, Alabama/Walker-County, Alabama/Washington-County, Alabama/Wilcox-County, Alabama/Winston-County,

Alabama subdivision vector map

County seats in Alabama on Alabama subdivision vector map

A

Abbeville
Andalusia
Anniston
Ashland
Ashville
Athens

B

Bay Minette
Birmingham
Brewton
Butler

C


Camden
Carrollton
Centre
Centreville
Chatom
Clanton
Clayton
Columbiana
Cullman
D
Dadeville
Decatur
Dothan
Double Springs
E
Elba
Eutaw
Evergreen
F
Fayette
Florence
Fort Payne
G
Gadsden
Geneva
Greensboro
Greenville
Grove Hill
Guntersville
H
Hamilton
Hayneville
Heflin
Huntsville
J
Jasper
L
LaFayette
Linden
Livingston
Luverne
M
Marion
Mobile
Monroeville
Montgomery
Moulton
O
Oneonta
Opelika
Ozark
P
Pell City
Phenix City
Prattville
R
Rockford

The Alabama subdivision vector map  file in vector format enable the user organise level of structuring of map.
A vector file (ai, pdf) has flexible tools for displaying elements of maps
- you can discrete or arbitrary scaling map
- performing group operation with selected features
- changing the orders of displaying layers
- switching in/off displaying os any layers
- changing attributes of selected object ( recolour, modify outline thick, transparency, symbols)
- adding or changing features of any items, (i.e. font type)
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- merging different shapes (i.e. counties)
- adding, removing cartography symbols

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