City Website: www.eufaulaalabama.com
Eufaula, Alabama, settled high upon a bluff overlooking the beautiful 45,000-acre Lake Eufaula, is located in southeastern Alabama along the Alabama-Georgia border, approximately 90 miles southeast of Montgomery, the state capital. The City of Eufaula was incorporated under its present name in 1843, but was first settled in 1816. Population according to the 2000 Census was 13,908, making Eufaula the largest municipality in Barbour County. The economic base of Eufaula balances a healthy mix of tourism, light manufacturing, industry, service and agriculture. The major agriculture products of the region include peanuts, cotton, cattle and timber. Industries in the Eufaula area range from an international manufacturer of steel buildings to paper products. A major expansion project has recently been completed for a major manufacturer of fluorescent lighting, and a wire harness and electronics components manufacturer continues to thrive in Eufaula.
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