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town of Anderson

Welcome to the town of Anderson

Anderson is located in eastern Lauderdale County in the extreme northwestern corner of Alabama. The town officially incorporated in June 1973. Anderson, formerly known as Anderson Creek, is home to just over 270 residents and The Dr. L. E. Bayles House.