Move to
Crossroads of North Alabama

If you’re looking to make your move,

Make it to the Crossroads of North Alabama and one of the fastest growing municipalities in the area. The City of Priceville defines Southern hospitality with a community that’s incredibly close—to friends and visitors alike and to everything you might need.

Find your home within a lush valley bordered by the Tennessee River, Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge and the Appalachian foothills. The outdoors beckon, with hiking, fishing, hunting and biking, or just relax on your porch or take a sunrise stroll.

Join our 3,300+ residents of all ages who love life where they live and who value education, safe neighborhoods and volunteering to support their community.

No.1 Schools in Morgan County

Parents with children; retirees; business leaders—we all depend on a core commitment to education.  With the City of Priceville partnering with the Morgan County school system, our future is in good hands. With smaller class sizes, our schools provide academic challenges as well as well-rounded music and sports opportunities.

Priceville Elementary earned recognition as a “Lighthouse School” through the Leader in Me program.  Priceville Jr. High School is also a “Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School”.

Morgan County Board of Education
“Every child a graduate. Every graduate prepared to lead.”
(256) 353-6442

Priceville Jr. High School
Kindness Certified School

Priceville Elementary School
an Alabama Math, Science & Technology Initiative School

Priceville High School
Project Lead The Way


You can make your home in Priceville, whether you purchase it or build it. Young, growing families as well as retirees can choose from a variety of sizes and architectural styles with as much or as little lawn as you like.

We grew


from 2000 to 2014

according to census data

New home construction is on the rise, along with our population, which according to census data grew 83 percent from 2000 to 2014. Established areas like Churchill Downs, Cove Creek, Olde River Crossing and Bakers Farm with its walking trails, clubhouse and swimming pool has boomed, while the new Ginhouse Landing and Natures Walk planned communities are being built off East Upper River Road and Cave Springs Roads.

A bucolic rural setting, excellent young schools, easy access to the Interstate, and homes more affordable than those in Madison and Hunstville are all reasons to call Priceville your new home.

See how Priceville’s population and stats compare to those of other U.S. cities of similar size here.

Municipal Departments

The City of Priceville offers the amenities you expect so that you can make your home here. Connect with an official city service.

Veterans Park and Morgan County Veterans Memorial

Veterans Park is located at 520 HWY 67 South in the heart of Priceville.  Our park has two handicapped accessible playgrounds, tennis courts, a basketball court, ball fields, and a walking track to enjoy.

We are honored to be home of the one-acre Morgan County Veterans Memorial.  The memorial is home to the Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony.

Linda Duran Public Library

As a new resident of Priceville, you’ll have an abundance of resources available to you, including our own Linda Duran Public Library.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday — 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday and Friday — 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Saturday and Sunday — Closed
* Closed for lunch from 1:00 to 2:00.

Event Venues

Priceville holds events throughout the year that embody the Southern charm and values of small-town America that we hold so dear. Parades, concerts, sporting championships and much more await your celebration.

Veterans Park:  ball field , pavilion and gazebo Rental (256) 355-5476 ext. 0

Bill Dinsmore Community Center Rental (256) 355-5476, ext. 0