Fayette County Public Records Resources
Fayette County was named for Gen. Marquis de Lafayette and was created on December 20, 1824. The county is located in the northwest-central part of the state with its county seat, Fayette. The county’s total population as of the year 2000 was 18,495.
Drug abuse is one of the major problems plaguing almost every county of the United States and Fayette County, unfortunately, is not lagging far behind. It is probably the reason why all other crimes like murder, sex offenses and other assault are slowly spreading their tentacles within the county.
For more information about anyone living in Fayette County, you can always search public records online in mere seconds. You can also personally visit the county courthouse and sheriff’s office in Fayette County. See below for more details.
Fayette County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 509
Fayette, AL 35555-0819
Telephone: (205) 932-4519