"Gateway to Happy Living"
The beautiful Cahaba River, several shopping centers, youth-oriented sports and community arts programs – all that and more can be found in Trussville.
The city, a suburb east of Birmingham, is in both Jefferson and St. Clair counties. Trussville operates its own school system, with two elementary schools, a junior high and a high school, as well as its own police department and fire department.
The local Trussville Tribune keeps residents updated on breaking news and community events.
Trussville’s historic district, churches and schools create an unparalleled sense of community for residents young and old. Each year, residents flock to popular community events – spring and fall carnivals, a Christmas parade and especially the long-running Trussville City Fest, a family-friendly festival featuring food, music and more that closes out with an impressive fireworks show.
The Cahaba Homestead Village historic district, with its tree-lined streets and location along the banks of the Cahaba River, was founded in the 1930s. It served as a model for Trussville’s Main Street, which is home to many of the city’s community resources and businesses.
In the past decade, Trussville has seen a residential and retail boom. The Colonial Promenade at Trussville, Promenade at Tutwiler Farm with stores like Home Depot and Academy Sports and Outdoors and Pinnacle at Tutwiler Farm with restaurants like Cajun Steamer and Rock n Roll Sushi offer dozens of big-box stores, smaller shops and restaurants.
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