Living in Elmore County
Elmore County has proven to be a great destination for people to move to get out of the hustle and bustle of the bigger cities. The cities and towns of the county offer different and unique opportunities. With a great school system and proximity to large cities, Elmore County is a great place to live. There are many new subdivisions and single-family residences arising in each community to meet the high demands of new housing.
Elmore County Board of Education
Elmore County Technical Center (ECTC)
The ECTC has varied programs for students in grades 10-12 including dual enrollment with Central Alabama Community College. With top-notch programs and dedicated staff, the ECTC has become a driving factor in the workforce of Elmore County.
In August ECTC broke ground on a new, $7 million facility. This state-of-the-art facility will house the Welding, HVAC, Plumbing & Pipefitting, Construction, Electrical, Public Safety & Law, Medical Sciences, and Aviation programs.
YMCA and 17 Springs
In July of 2020, the Fields at Seventeen Springs was announced. This partnership between the Elmore County Commission, City of Millbrook, Elmore County Board of Education, Elmore County Economic Development Authority, and YMCA of Greater Montgomery will be a state-of-the-art facility that can host a multitude of sports functions and events. It is sure to boost the quality of life and economic development in Elmore County.
Wetumpka Sports Complex
A well-balanced grouping of outdoor games and facilities offering a wide range of activities including catch and release fishing ponds, archery range, baseball fields, softball fields, and a state-of-the-art football stadium featuring a college-level track. Several soccer fields and tennis courts in the works.