The city of Eutaw is the seat of Greene County and is located in west-central Alabama. The City's Slogan is The Gateway to the Blackbelt. With just under 3,000 residents, Eutaw has one elementary, one middle, and one high school serving approximately 1,300 students and employing approximately 80 teachers. Eutaw is home to vibrant, restored Antebellum architecture, such as the Coleman-Banks House, is historically rich, and strategically located next to water, interstate, and train traffic.
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