Tuscaloosa County Public Records Resources
Tuscaloosa County, which was created on February 6, 1818, was named after the pre-Choctaw chief Tuscaloosa. The county is known to be the second largest in Alabama and its county seat, which is the city of Tuscaloosa, is also known to be the largest town in the county. As of the year 2000, this county’s total population is 164,875.
The increasing instances of drug abuse and addiction in this county provide a grave picture to everyone living there. So, for all of you who want to live there too, be alarmed. It is proven that most of the violent crimes observed to be spreading across the county have been caused by a desperate craving for drugs.
If you need fast background results on any Tuscaloosa County resident, then an online public records database is right for you. You can also visit the Tuscaloosa County courthouse and/or sheriff’s office personally. See below for their addresses.
Tuscaloosa County Courthouse:
714 Greensboro Ave.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35402
Telephone: (205) 349-3870
Tuscaloosa County Sheriffs Dept:
714 1/2 Greensboro Ave
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
Telephone: (205) 752-0616
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