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Welcome Home to the City of Millbrook Alabama

Village Green Park Kids Kingdom Upgrades
As of this morning, Feb. 19, the park at Village Green is closed as crews are in the area working on power lines and renovations in connection with an upgrade to facilities.

Portions of the old Kids Kingdom are coming down, and new playground equipment will soon be installed.

For safety concerns, the park will be closed until further notice. An exact date of when the park will reopen is not definite but will be announced here and on our Facebook Page.

Citywide Clean Up Day
The next citywide clean up day will be Saturday, June 23, 2018

7am to 12pm at 3841 Grandview Road across from Fire Station #1

Limbs smaller than four feet and no more than six inches in diameter will be accepted but it is not designed to accept trash or clean-up debris from contractors. Items such as batteries, appliances, oils and gases, paints or thinners will not be accepted.

Any questions please call Millbrook City Hall at 334-285-6428

City Recycling Center
The City's recycling center is located across the street from the Street Department on Grandview Road. The center can recycle newspaper, plastic, cardboard and aluminum. No glass please.
The Recycling Center operates Tuesday and Thursday 9 am to 2 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm

Convenient Location

A rapidly growing Interstate 65 city, Millbrook, Alabama is located 10 miles north of Montgomery, Alabama’s state capital. Immediately accessed via Interstate 65 Exits 176, 179 and 181, Millbrook’s proximity and inclusion in the Montgomery MSA (population 374,536), help shape the city and provide for exceptional career, educational, cultural and recreational opportunities.

Great Growth

Regularly ranked among Alabama’s fastest growing cities, Millbrook’s present day estimated population is 14,734. During the decade 2000 to 2010 the population grew 37.30% and from 1990 to 2000 the city experienced 43.39% growth. Currently, the estimated Millbrook zip code area population is 33,212, which includes incorporated and unincorporated areas – a better measure of the Millbrook area population.

Pro Business Environment

National and local retailers, restaurants, hotels, service and small business providers contribute to the Millbrook economy by offering plenty of options for local consumers. Established commercial areas include Interstate 65 Exits 179 and 181, Alabama Highway 14, Alabama Highway 143 (Main Street), and Cobbs Ford Road. Major sites are available for development along these corridors. A key site at Interstate 65 Exit 181 encompasses 600+ acres with Interstate 65 frontage. The HillCrest Center represents the initial phase of this development. Residents are encouraged to support local businesses through programs such as Buy Local Buy Millbrook. Business growth and community development are facilitated by city leaders and the Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce.

Exceptional Quality of Life

Exceptional residential developments in natural settings, outstanding outdoor and recreational venues, excellent public schools and leadership, quality healthcare providers and facilities, fine community amenities and positive local government – all highlighted by easy access to any where – add to the quality of life in Millbrook. Residents enjoy the best of two worlds – small city comforts and community plus urban conveniences – creating a relaxing way of life.

Excellent Education

A standout among Alabama’s public school systems, the fully accredited Elmore County Public School System provides excellent educational programs to Millbrook K-12 students at four area schools. The Elmore County system serves a countywide student population of more than 11,000 at fifteen schools. The system's mission is to provide relevant, engaging, positive learning environments where students are empowered to realize their self-worth through continuous academic, social, and emotional growth. Key indices of academic progress show continual advancement.

Optimal Recreation

Optimal recreational venues enhance the Millbrook area. A variety of outdoor recreational options are available for hunting, fishing and boating enthusiasts. The nationally acclaimed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill is a short drive from Millbrook. Other golf courses serving the area include The Pines, Millbrook’s municipal course, and numerous courses located throughout Elmore County. City recreational facilities include softball and football complexes, as well as walking trails and play areas at the Village Green, Millbrook’s downtown park, Mill Creek Park, Robinson Springs Park and Legacy Park.

Rich Natural Resources

Nature, wildlife and waterways help define Millbrook. The Coosa and Alabama Rivers are located on the eastern side of the city. Scenic Lake Martin and Lake Jordan are minutes away. The Mill Creek meanders through the center of the Village Green, Millbrook’s downtown park. Other creeks, ponds and waterways mark the landscape of the community. The statewide headquarters and conservation educational facilities of the Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF) are located at Lanark, a historic 300+ acre estate in Millbrook. An important state and community asset, the natural resources found on the AWF grounds add to the area’s quality of life.

Pleasant Climate

The climate of the area is characterized by long warm summers and short, relatively mild winters. Millbrook lies within the transitional zone between Alabama's Piedmont Plateau and the Coastal Plain. Its geography is characterized by small gently rolling ridge tops of sandy loam soil, by hilly and gravelly slopes, and by range land. The elevation ranges from less than 200 feet adjacent to the rivers to as much as 745 feet on the ridge tops in other areas.

Involved Community

Millbrook promotes a genuine sense of community and offers plenty of opportunities for civic involvement. Numerous civic and service organizations are credited with contributing to the orderly growth and development of the city. Annual events and festivals are made possible through partnerships between community organizations and the city. More than 50 places of worship representing most major religious denominations are an important part of community life.

Enriching Military Presence

Located within 10 miles of Millbrook near downtown Montgomery are the military installations of Maxwell Air Force Base and the Gunter Annex. Both add to the region’s rich history and culture, and offer job opportunities for residents. The Millbrook community welcomes active and retired service members and their families and supports the opportunities provided at both installations.

Highly Accessible

Millbrook is adjacent to and accessible from three Interstate 65 exits, Exits 176, 179 and 181. The Interstate 65 and 85 interchange, located south of the city, connects central Alabama to Atlanta, Georgia, an approximate 2 1/2 hour drive from Millbrook, as well as other key Southeastern metropolitan hubs. The Montgomery Regional Airport (Dannelly Field) is located approximately 20 miles from Millbrook. A general aviation facility, Wetumpka Airport, is located just outside the city. The Alabama River is located near Millbrook and is navigable to the port of Mobile, Alabama.