Lawrence County

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    Lawrence County offers competitive tax incentives, affordable commercial property, workforce training and a low cost of living to businesses located in and relocating to the area. The county’s central location also provides an abundance of educational opportunities, being in close proximity to 11 higher education institutes, including the University of North Alabama and the University of Alabama at Huntsville.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1996
    HQMoulton, US
    Websitelawrenceidb.com

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2019)130

    Lawrence County Office Locations

    Lawrence County has an office in Moulton
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    Founding Date

    1996
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    Lawrence County News and Updates

    Attorney General James Announces Conviction Of Former st. Lawrence County Correctional Facility Employee Who Engaged In Sexual Misconduct With Multiple Inmates

    Jennifer Parker Admitted to Engaging in Sexual Misconduct with Multiple Inmates Over the Course of Several Years read more

    Lawrence County Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Lawrence County founded?

      Lawrence County was founded in 1996.

    • How many employees does Lawrence County have?

      Lawrence County has 130 employees.

    • Who are Lawrence County competitors?

      Competitors of Lawrence County include Cherokee County, Matanuska-Susitna Borough and The GEO Group.

    • Where are Lawrence County offices?

      Lawrence County has an office in Moulton.

    • How many offices does Lawrence County have?

      Lawrence County has 1 office.