“The Gateway to Happy Living” is the motto of the City of Trussville. One of the fastest-growing cities in Alabama, Trussville is close enough to the city action but far enough to feel the ease of small-town life.
Great schools, amazing local restaurants, and fun events year-round make Trussville the perfect place for families and professionals to call home. The recent redevelopment of the Downtown area creates a “thriving district” that represents the “family-focused values” of this growing town.
For those looking to plant roots in a popular and growing suburb, Trussville is worth a closer look.
Trussville truly offers the best of all options when it comes to real estate. Historic homes line the streets of the Cahaba Homestead Village Historic District , which were officially added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. New construction neighborhoods like Longmeadow and Bridlewood Farms offer the conveniences of modern living close to all of the community amenities.
If you’re looking to get some fresh air in Trussville, the Parks & Recreation Department works tirelessly to make Trussville’s parks accessible and beautiful for all residents. In the summer, the kids can enjoy cooling off in the City Pool or Splash Pad. If tennis is your hobby of choice, the Racquet Club offers several well-lit courts for you to practice your serve.
Now that you’ve worked up an appetite stop by one of Trussville’s great restaurants. Half Shell Oyster House is perfect for date night, and with rotating monthly specials, there’s something new each time you visit.The Three Eared Rabbit is the perfect place to grab a light lunch or bakery treat.
The Downtown District is the place to be in Trussville. Main Street is filled with great restaurants, a brewery, salons, boutique shops, and more. The on-going revitalization efforts ensure that there is more fun to be had for years to come.
Trussville City Schools formed their own district in 2005 and are considered some of the top-performing schools academically in the area. Three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school all serve more than 5,000 students. A robust 20 year city plan , which includes improvements to education, guides growth and prosperity through 2040.
The Trussville Freedom Celebration is one of the biggest annual events and anticipated by all. This free family friendly event celebrates the 4th of July holiday. It features live music, rides, games, food, and fun for the whole family. Be sure to stick around for the huge fireworks show that evening to celebrate Independence Day.
Living in Trussville puts you close to all of the action just outside the city limits. Trussville has several exits along Interstates 459 and 59 and Interstate 20. Hope on I-20 east, and you can be in Atlanta in a couple of hours. Trussville is the “sweet spot” for those looking to commute into Birmingham without being too far away from the action.
Trussville has so much to offer for families, young professionals, and retirees alike. You can experience all of the perks of living just outside the busy city but with a small-town, family-friendly feel.
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If you’ve started packing your bags, the experts at Realty South are standing by and ready to help! Call us today to get started on the housing hunt. We can’t wait to welcome you to Trussville.