Macon County is home to the second-oldest historically black college in Alabama, Tuskegee University. The county has an abundance of historical sites, including the George W. Carver Museum, the homes of Booker T. Washington and Rosa Parks, and the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site. Located in east-central Alabama, the county comprises 614 square miles and has a population of nearly 19,000.
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.
Counties may offer online access to applications, permits, and renewals, as well as payment systems for taxes.
Small businesses often interact with counties on a departmental level. Access a list of county departments that oversee things from building regulations to utilities.
Local resource contact information for Macon 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.