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town of Autaugaville

Welcome to the town of Autaugaville

Autaugaville, home to over 860 residents, is located in southeast Autauga County in the central part of the state. The town incorporated in 1907, and the Alabama Central Railroad built a branch through town in 1911. Schools in Autaugaville are part of the Autauga County school system.