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town of Louisville

Welcome to the town of Louisville

The town of Louisville is located in Barbour County in the southeast corner of Alabama, situated along State Highway 51. Originally a Creek Indian territory, Louisville was incorporated by 1819 and encompasses 2.75 square miles. Today the town is home to nearly 500 residents and a strong retail trade industry.