Dallas County is home to the state’s largest historic district, the city of Selma, with more than 1,250 registered structures, including Old Live Oak Cemetery and the Dawson-Vaughan House. Located in west-central Alabama, the county spans 975 square miles with the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers merging at its northern bank.
Business licenses are often administered by the county's Office of the Probate Judge or the Department of Revenue. Access the county business license application or contact information for obtaining a license here.
Businesses pay various taxes through county tax boards, tax assessors, and revenue departments. All entities that conduct business in the county should contact this office to determine their potential tax liabilities.
Access county and area business development resources including, incentives, incubator opportunities, and local demographics compiled by county agencies, the area chamber of commerce, or the area economic development authority.
Local resource contact information for Dallas County's website, Small Business Development Center(s), Taxpayer Service Center(s), Business License office(s), and Chamber(s) of Commerce in your area here.