Arab, Alabama Information


Arab was incorporated in 1882 and for years was a small isolated city, but explosion of growth created by the "space race" in the 1950's brought Arab to the point where it is today. Arab, like its sister cities of Boaz, Albertville and Guntersville, has some of the lowest property taxes in the nation and favorable utility rates from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).

Arab, Alabama is a town that has maintained its southern charm while embracing the future. Located in western Marshall County, Arab has easy access to Huntsville with the 25 mile commute made easier by the four-lane Highway 231, which has access to the Marshall Space Flight Center and Redstone Arsenal. And Huntsville is also the location of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, a major attraction and well worth a visit.

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