Randolph County Government
Randolph County is served by two United States Senators, Luther Strange (R – AL) and Richard Shelby (R – AL). Learn more about them or contact them through the U.S. Senate website.
Randolph County is part of the 3rd Congressional District of the State of Alabama and served by Mike Rogers (R-AL). More information about Representative Rogers can be found at his U.S House website at http://mike-rogers.house.gov/.
Randolph County is part of the 13th Senate District and the 37th House District of the State of Alabama. More information about Randolph County’s State Representative and State Senator can be found at www.legislature.state.al.us.
Randolph County is governed locally by the Randolph County Commission. Randolph County is divided into five Districts with each District having one elected Representative on the Commission. The Commission meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Commission offices located next to the Randolph County Courthouse in Wedowee.
There are four Municipalities located in Randolph County. Each Municipality is governed by a Mayor and City Council. The Mayor is elected to serve as the head elected official of the Municipality. The City Council members are elected to represent their respective Districts on the Council. Each Municipality also has a Clerk that handles the day to day operations of the Municipality. The City Council of each Municipality meets at least once a month.
City of Roanoke
Town of Wedowee
Town of Wadley
Town of Woodland
Randolph County Heritage
The Handley High School Community Studies Class is committed to preserving and sharing local history with their fellow students as well as the community at large.
To learn more, visit their website at http://randolphcountyheritage.weebly.com/