The Town of Chatom was
founded in 1904 at the
intersection of Highway 56 and
17.  Being located in the center
of the county, it became the
county seat in 1907.

In 1949 the town became the
largest municipality in
Washington County.  Today
the town has a population of
1205 and is proud of its many
accomplishments.

Chatom is the home to a
modern Library,
Hospital/Nursing Home,
Community Center, Lake Ellis,
and a beautiful 18-hole golf
course.  We are also home to
Cray Valley, a leader in
chemical resins for the Golf and
Rubber markets
Mayor
Harold Crouch
Councilmen
Cleophus Stephens
Ted Hazen
Carl Craig
Tina Jones
Wayne Blackwell
Police Chief
Brent Callihan
Fire Chief
Benjamin Jones
Clerk
Sharron
Sheffield-Mott
Assistant Clerk
Amanda London
Street Supt.
Dale Singleton
Utilities Director
Jon Warr
Attorney
W. Alex Odom
Judge
Lamar Johnson
Chatom Town Council

Mayor Harold Crouch, Wayne Blackwell, Ted Hazen,
Carl Craig, Tina Jones, and Cleophus Stephens
On behalf of the Town of Chatom, I want to welcome you to our website.  I
hope that you find it informative, useful, and interesting.  We are extremely
proud of Chatom and its hometown atmosphere.  We also hope that you too
will one day experience our wonderful southern town.
                                                             Harold L. Crouch, Mayor
To contact us:

                                                      P O Box 817
Phone:251-847-2580                              27 Cochran Avenue
Fax: 251-847-3669                                 Chatom, AL 36518
Email: chatom@millry.net
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