The town of Cedar Bluff is located in Cherokee County in northeast Alabama. Situated on the north shore of 30,200-acre Weiss Lake, the “Crappie Capital of the World,” Cedar Bluff offers numerous recreational fishing and boating opportunities. The town is home to over 1,800 residents and some of the “best high schools in the nation,” according to the U.S. News and World Report.
Business licenses are often administered by the Municipality’s Office of the Probate Judge or the Department of Revenue. Access the Municipality business license application or contact information for obtaining a license here.
Local chambers may serve one municipality, county or several counties, but each offer a range of economic development resources from area advantages to leadership programs.
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