The city of Clay is located in Jefferson County in central Alabama at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, two miles northwest of Interstate Highway 59. Rich with natural resources, Clay spans 10.3 square miles that encompasses Butler Mountain, McCluney’s Cave, and the Cahaba River. The city has around 9,700 residents and offers four city parks.
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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