Covington County, Alabama

Part of the fastest growing economy in the country, Covington County, is centrally located in south Alabama. The county plays a role in the state’s success with automotive, utility and aerospace industries. Covington County communities are well organized for economic development and can work quickly to meet your business needs.


  • Andalusia
  • Opp
  • Florala
  • Babbie
  • Carolina
  • Gantt
  • Heath
  • Horn Hill
  • Libertyville
  • Lockhart
  • Onycha
  • Red Level
  • River Falls
  • Sanford

Community Profile

  • Population* (2017): 37,092
  • Median Age (2016) : 43
  • Median household income (2016): $37,313
  • Mean Income (2016): $62,886
  • Number of companies (2012): 2,657

Sources: US Census 2017 Population Estimates, 2016 American Community Survey, 2010 American Community Survey, 2012 Survey of Business Owners

Economic Development Office:

Covington County Economic Development Commission
Rick Clifton, President & CEO
21754 Bill Benton Lane
Andalusia, AL 36421

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The Southeast Alabama Council for Economic Development is a consortium of counties actively working together to

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