Cullman County Courthouse

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Postcard view of the Cullman County Courthouse

The Cullman County Courthouse, at 500 2nd Avenue Southwest in downtown Cullman is the seat of government for Cullman County. The present building was constructed in 1966.

The county's first courthouse was constructed of red brick in 1879 and was used until 1912.

The courthouse hosts meetings of the Cullman County Commission as well as the proceedings of the Cullman County Circuit Court and Cullman County District Court and the offices of the Cullman County District Attorney and other County agencies.

In 2011 the County began a $1.3 million renovation of the building that included replacing the original marble cladding with red brick and installing more energy-efficient windows. The brick was selected to complement the First Baptist Church of Cullman across the street and the First Federal Savings and Loan of Cullman next door. Frank Fagg of F & O Architects designed the renovations. Edison and Associates performed the work.


  • Green, Tiffany (June 11, 2010) "Courthouse’s crumbling marble to be replaced with brick." Cullman Times

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