Dale County, Alabama in Southeastern Alabama was named in honor of General Samuel Dale and has a long, rich history of military involvement. It was once inhabited by the Creek Indian tribe, and was ceded to the United States in 1814 Treaty of Fort Jackson. Today, it continues its long tradition of being a military community, and is home to Fort Rucker U.S. Army Aviation Center for Excellence.
Information about the cities and towns in Dale County is available on the EDPA website. Follow the links below to access these reports.
- Dale County
- Level Plains
- Midland City
- Napier Field
- Dale County Schools
- Ozark City Schools
- Daleville City Schools
- Special Needs School
- Fort Rucker Dependents’ Schools
- Alabama Aviation College- a unit of Enterprise State Community College
- Troy University Dothan
- Wallace Community College
Ozark Leisure Services
Interested in learning more about area parks, lakes, civic center, the Flowers Center for Performing Arts and more? Visit the Department of Leisure Services to learn more!
Visit Ozark Leisure Services for more information.
Fort Rucker Family & MWR
126 Hospital Ave
Ozark, AL 36360
Located in Ozark, Alabama, Dale Medical Center is an 89-bed acute care facility, with many physician specialties including cardiology, urology, orthopedics, internal medicine, neurology, radiology, general and endoscopic surgery, family practice, pediatrics, emergency medicine and anesthesiology.
Surgery Center at Dale Medical Center - Ozark
The ambulatory surgery center located at 2126 West Roy Parker Road has added operating room capacity and additional office space for physicians.