Photo of a man wearing a yellow life jacket riding a red kayak down a river
Welcome to Geneva!
Geneva County was created by the Alabama legislature in 1868. The county was named after Geneva, Switzerland, the hometown of the county's first postmaster Walter H. Youge. It encmpasses 578 square miles. Towns and communities in Geneva County include Geneva, Samson, Slocomb and Hartford.
Geneva County is located in southeastern Alabama near the Choctawhatchee River. Just a few miles from several metropolitan areas (such as Dothan, Alabama and Panama City, Florida) Geneva County's easy access to these cities provides the community with many opportunities while maintaining an endearing small-town atmosphere.
Geneva County is home to fun events such as the the Geneva Festival on the Rivers and the Slocomb Tomato Festival. The area also offers some of the best farm land, hunting and fishing in the country. Agriculture remains a vital component of the Geneva County economy. Corn, hay, peanuts, soybeans, and cotton, are widely produced in Geneva today.
To learn more about our community, we invite you to check out the links below for more information.
Geneva Festival on the Rivers
Geneva County Website
City of Geneva Website
Geneva City Schools
Geneva County Schools
Warren Beck Youth Leadership Program of Geneva County
Enterprise State Community College
Wallace Community College
Geneva City Data
Free Public Records
Real Estate Links:
Geneva at Homes.com