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Old 06-15-2004, 2:14 PM
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Alabama Tag & Number County Designations

Example for a Alabama License Plate: 50 - LMZ1 (Marshall County)

NO. COUNTY NAME NO. COUNTY NAME

1 JEFFERSON 35 GREENE
2 MOBILE 36 HALE
3 MONTGOMERY 37 HENRY
4 AUTAUGA 38 HOUSTON
5 BALDWIN 39 JACKSON
6 BARBOUR 40 LAMAR
7 BIBB 41 LAUDERDALE
8 BLOUNT 42 LAWRENCE
9 BULLOCK 43 LEE
10 BUTLER 44 LIMESTONE
11 CALHOUN 45 LOWNDES
12 CHAMBERS 46 MACON
13 CHEROKEE 47 MADISON
14 CHILTON 48 MARENGO
15 CHOCTAW 49 MARION
16 CLARKE 50 MARSHALL
17 CLAY 51 MONROE
18 CLEBURNE 52 MORGAN
19 COFFEE 53 PERRY
20 COLBERT 54 PICKENS
21 CONECUH 55 PIKE
22 COOSA 56 RANDOLPH
23 COVINGTON 57 RUSSELL
24 CRENSHAW 58 SHELBY
25 CULLMAN 59 ST CLAIR
26 DALE 60 SUMTER
27 DALLAS 61 TALLADEGA
28 DEKALB 62 TALLAPOOSA
29 ELMORE 63 TUSCALOOSA
30 ESCAMBIA 64 WALKER
31 ETOWAH 65 WASHINGTON
32 FAYETTE 66 WILCOX
33 FRANKLIN 67 WINSTON
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Ever noticed that Shelby (58) and St. Clair (59) are reversed? Some of that Alabama alphabetization, I guess! Maybe St. Clair should have spelled it out.
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For a better format for the tag list try:

http://www.dot.state.al.us/Bureau/Pu...rs/taglist.htm
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Alabama map with County outlines & numerical designators:
http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/alabama/tr...censeplate.pdf

Individual County Maps. Not as good as the printed DOT maps:
http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/counties/index.html

Other useful maps: http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/map_index.html
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Concerning the tag numbering, and the "top three", I suppose this system has been around since the 40's or 50's, and at the time represented the three most populous counties....

My question is if that same principle were applied today, based on today's populations, would the top three be the same. I wonder if for exzample Madison County might make the top three cut. Plus Shelby is growing fast...
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Baldwin County where I live was reported the fastest grwoing county in the state last year. It's growing like gangbusters with all of the damn tourists buying up property here. Hell yeah I'm bitter!
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If what I heard is true... following the last census, Montgomery is now larger than Mobile(population), which would reverse those two but keeping Jefferson as #1.

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If the murder rate of the past few weeks keeps up, we might not be the largest. I haven't seen anything like this since the 80's.
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Amen brother, The homicide rate in Birmingham is spiraling to epidemic proportions which can only adversely affect the population. I have been involved in EMS since 1971 and not very many times except for a few periods of the 80's have I saw as much murder and mayhem. How and when will it stop?. God Only knows.... Y'all take care now...Carl


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