Wetumpka, AL

Welcome to Wetumpka, Alabama. We want to share some local information that you may need related to surveying your property in Wetumpka and Elmore County, AL. With historic significance from the 10th Century, Wetumpka (meaning rumbling waters) is rich in Native American history. Today the Poarch band of Creek Indians occupy a prominent place in the economy and entertainment of the area. Wetumpka’s population was estimated as 7,994 as of 2015 according to Wikipedia.

About Wetumpka:

The City of Wetumpka is a progressive and energetic City and our mission is to provide our citizens with the best services and an unforgettable experience. We ask that you continue to watch our website for current events and updated services. Wetumpka, known as “The City of Natural Beauty” is located on the banks of the Coosa River which offers the convenience of fishing, boating and kayaking. Downtown Wetumpka preserves many of our historical assets and offers the opportunity to explore our cultural background. Wetumpka is also home of one of the largest marine impact crater in the nation. Visit the Wetumpka Impact Crater page and learn of the eroded remains of the meteorite crater which blasted 2,000 feet into the coastal area approximately 85 million years ago. – from City of Wetumpka Website

City of Wetumpka Government Information:

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Elmore County Government Information:

Wetumpka is the county seat of Elmore County. Interestingly, a small part of the City of Prattville is also in Elmore County, and portions of Tallassee are in Tallapoosa County. Elmore County is currently the third fastest growing county in Alabama. The Elmore County population was estimated at 81,468 in 2015 according to Wikipedia.

 

For other information or to discuss your land surveying or land development needs, please call Montgomery Land Surveying at (334) 625-9540.