Weiss Dam Facts:
In-service date: 06/05/1961
Capacity: 3 generators, rating 29,250 kilowatts each
Type: Gravity concrete and earth fill
Length of concrete: 392 feet
Length of earth dikes: 30,406 feet
Centre, Ala., is the home of beautiful Weiss Lake, 33,000 acres of blue water know as ?The Crappie Capitol Of The World,? located in Cherokee County, in the very center of the county.
If you're looking for an affordable education, studies that will challenge and enlighten you, or an exciting campus life filled with lots of new friends, you'll find Gadsden State is a great place.
We are pleased to welcome you to the mountaintop town of Sand Rock, Alabama, situated in the Northwestern part of Cherokee County. Sand Rock has that ''hometown America'' atmosphere.
Using power purchased from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), we provide electricity to almost 22,000 meters throughout portions of Cherokee, DeKalb, Marshall, Etowah and Calhoun Counties. Cherokee
Alabama Power works to meet the needs of individual, industrial and organizational stakeholders by permitting shoreline structures and promoting best shoreline management practices.
The Town of Leesburg, AL, has a lot to offer, from lakeside living and breathtaking mountains to the benefits of small town life.
Take a look at what Cedar Bluff has to offer! Affordable lake side living on the scenic, 30,200 acre Weiss Lake, named one of America's Best Crappie Lakes by Outdoor Life; Located in Northeast Alabama
We know that our customers have a choice when it comes to banking.
That's why it's important to have a real answer when people ask, ''Why Bank at Regions?''
It is our privilege, as your elected officials, to be dedicated in using our good offices for the betterment of our community. It is our responsibility to serve Cherokee County with integrity, honor
The Southern Bank is committed to our customers, employees, and communities it serves. Providing both Personal and Business Banking solutions.
DeKalb-Cherokee Counties Gas District was formed in 1954 by the cities of Fort Payne, Collinsville and Centre, Alabama. The district, located in Northeast Alabama, is governed by a nine-member board.