Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Valley Grande City Limits

The city of Valley Grande is Selma's nearest neighbor. Incorporated in 2003, the rural community includes a large section of north Dallas County. Some areas of Valley Grande join the Selma city limits but not this one on Alabama Highway 219. It is home to several businesses, an elementary and middle school, several new subdivisions and the historic community of Summerfield.

Currently, Valley Grande does not have a main downtown section, but its future plan can be found here.


8 comments:

Sailor Girl said...

It looks peaceful! I love these roads full of green everywhere!!

Southern Heart said...

Very nice photo...it makes me want to follow the road to see where it goes. I'll bet that it's a neat town.

ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

Will you share photos of the town?

dot said...

Nice shot! I've never heard of it even tho I'm an Alabama native.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! It doesn't look much like a CITY, very pretty and pastoral! :-D

Rambling Round said...

Hi, and thanks for visiting. I'll be glad to share more photos of Valley Grande, although this primarily features Selma.
Dot, I believe Valley Grande may be the largest city (land-wise) in Alabama.I have provided a link on the post to a proposed map of the future downtown.
Mary, the residents here hope to keep Valley Grande pretty and pastoral!

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful and what a historical area you live in. Your photos are wonderful. thanks. MB

Sonia said...

Love road photos!

You must participate on Laura Sign Around Town Meme. Please click on: SIGN AROUND TOWN MEME. Would be fun!