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city of Lineville

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Welcome to the city of Lineville

The city of Lineville is located in east-central Alabama, 10 miles from the Talladega National Forest and the Cheaha State Park. As the largest city in Clay County, Lineville is known as the “Scenic Cross Roads of East Alabama” with over 2,300 residents. The city is home to the Clay County Veterans Memorial Park, R.L. Harris Dam, the Annual Indian Artifact Show, and the annual Alcarzar Car Show and Swap Meet.

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  • 60151 Highway 49 N
    Lineville, AL 36266
  • (256) 396-2581