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Macon County Public Records Resources

Macon County was named for a distinguished soldier and statesman from North Carolina, Nathaniel Macon. This county, which is situated in the east-central part of Alabama, was created on December 18, 1832. Its county seat is Tuskegee and this county’s total population as of the year 2000 was 24,105.

It is observed that the overall crime rate for this county is on the decline nowadays, but arrest rates remain unchanged and, worse than that, reports of rape are increasing. Adult sex offenders found in the county are gradually growing in numbers each day.

If you are looking for more available information about a person who’s residing in Macon County, you can get it all without a lot of effort by searching public records online. If you prefer to do it your way, you can also physically visit the courthouse and sheriff’s office in Macon County. Address information for those offices are as follows:

County Courthouse Info:

Macon County Courthouse:
101 E. Northside St., Suite 101
Tuskagee, AL 36083-1712
Telephone: (334) 724-2611

County Sheriff's Office Info:

Macon County Sheriffs Office:
246 County Rd 10
Major Bernice Austin Drive
Tuskegee, Alabama 36083
Telephone: (334) 724-0669