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town of Hammondville

Welcome to the town of Hammondville

Hammondville is located in northeastern DeKalb County in the northeastern part of the state, just west of the Georgia border. It incorporated on February 28, 1889. Hammondville provides residents close proximity to the DeSoto State Park and the Little River Canyon National Preserve. Hammondville is home to the J. C. Larmore Home and Council Bluff School listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage.