Selma, Alabama is the county seat of Dallas County and was established in 1865 when the the county seat was moved from Cahaba, Alabama which also served as the state capital for a brief period. Dallas County is bordered tower5by Autauga, Chilton, Lowndes, and Perry counties. The current population of Dallas County is just under 50,000 and spans 983 square miles.

We are proud of our heritage and look forward to a bright future as a key city in the heart of the Alabama Blackbelt area. As you take a moment to browse our site, you will find information regarding the function of the Dallas County Water and Sewer Authority, both County and State services, and answers to many frequently asked questions. You may access a directory of government offices and links to numerous websites that may be helpful to you.

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