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City of Enterprise

The City of Enterprise has a strong history of growth and progress. Its diversity of people, occupations, lifestyles and interests come together to produce the community spirit that has been passed down for generations.

Enterprise Chamber of Commerce

The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a voluntary organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and commercial progress of our community.

Main Street Enterprise

Our goal is to revitalize Downtown Enterprise by utilizing the National Main Street Approach™.  Downtown Enterprise is the heart of the city, rooted in southern roots and tradition. You can expect friendliness, hospitality, and a slight southern drawl around every corner. We also have the wonderful influence of many cultures due to our ongoing association with Fort Rucker, the home of Army Aviation. Enterprise is the perfect blend of both worlds, mixing southern tradition and cultural diversity.

Coffee County

As one of the only few counties in Alabama with two jurisdictional sections, Coffee County Commission strives to meet the expectations of all its citizens and the great State of Alabama. Our website is structured to provide residents, visitors and businesses with an excellent base of information.

Transportation

Looking for a way to find all the highlights and hit spots around town? Check out these resources we’ve gathered for you to make the most of your trip.

Fort Rucker

Fort Rucker, Ala., is an excellent place to live and work. Fort Rucker operates much like any hometown. After all, the post is virtually a small city. Fort Rucker covers about 63,000 acres of southeast Alabama countryside in an area known as the Wiregrass, named for a wild grass peculiar to the region. Most of the countryside is rolling and wooded.