Groundwater Assessment Program

Well Records

This map shows the State of Alabama including the county boundaries (black lines). The Geological Survey of Alabama well numbering system uses the township and range grid. The letter "A" is assigned to the northeastern-most township in each county. Remaining townships in each county are assigned sequential letters of the alphabet. Click on the county of interest and then on the desired township for the scanned well records for that township.

Some of the records scanned are old and faded. The poor quality scanned images are included to provide the user with the information that a well exists in that area. If a clear, readable record is still needed, a visit to the files to view the original may be needed. For information relating to the scanned wells, please contact Amye S. Hinson.

Autauga County Baldwin County Barbour County Bibb County Blount County Bullock County Butler County Calhoun County Chambers County Cherokee County Chilton County Choctaw County Clarke County Clay County Cleburne County Coffee County Colbert County Conecuh County Coosa County Covington County Crenshaw County Cullman County Dale County Dallas County Elmore County Escambia County Etowah County Geneva County Greene County Hale County Henry County Jefferson County Lamar County Lee County Lowndes County Macon County Marengo County Marion County Mobile County Monroe County Montgomery County Perry County Pickens County Pike County Randolph County Russell County Shelby County Sumter County Talladega County Tallapoosa Tuscaloosa County Fayette County Washington County Wilcox County Franklin County Jackson Lauderdale County Houston County
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