General Information

County Seat: Centreville
Created: Feb 7, 1818
Named for: originally called Cahawba County, the name was changed in 1820 to honor Alabama's first governor, William Wyatt Bibb.
Neighboring Counties: Jefferson, Shelby, Chilton, Perry, Hale, and Tuscaloosa Counties

Bibb County Revenue Commissioner
The Revenue Commissioner is responsible for the assessment of personal and real property and for the collection of taxes levied by the State of Alabama.

Bibb County Tax Assessor/Tax Collector
Bibb County Courthouse
8 Court Square W., Suite B
Centreville, AL 35042
Fax (205)926-3125

Court Records

Bibb County Probate Office
8 Court Square, Ste. A
Centreville, AL 35042

Bibb County Courthouse Probate Office
455 Walnut St., Room #100
Centreville, AL 35042
(205) 926-3103

Bibb County Circuit Clerk
35 Court Sq E
Centreville, AL 35042
(205) 926-3103

Bibb County Probate Clerk
Probate Office
Centreville, AL 35042
(205) 926-3104

Genealogy Records


Criminal Records

Bibb County Jail
183 SW Davidson Dr.
Centreville, AL 35042
(205) 926-4581
Fax 205) 926-2602

Bibb County Sheriff's Office
121 Court Square
Centreville, Alabama 35042
(205) 926-4683
Bibb County Registered Sex Offenders

Brent Police Department
Post Office Box 220
Brent, AL 35034

Centreville Police Department
1254 Walnut Street
Centreville, AL 35042

West Blocton Police Department
Post Office Box 187
West Blocton, AL 35184

Woodstock Police Department
Post Office Box 250
Woodstock, AL 35188

Bibb County Demographics

Bibb County Profile - US Census Bureau

Source of county historical information:

 History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography by Owen, Thomas McAdory Chicago:  S J Clarke Publishing Co, 1921