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City of Westover
Westover town seal.png
Incorporated 2001
Population 2,200
Mayor Mark McLaughlin
School district Shelby County Schools

Westover City Council
Westover Fire and Rescue Department
Shelby County Sheriff's Office

Web site westoveralabama.org
Locate with Google Maps

Westover (incorporated in 2001) is a city located along U.S. Highway 280 in northern Shelby County, between Chelsea and Harpersville. The current mayor is Mark McLaughlin.

Established in 1901, the town was officially incorporated on January 31, 2001 with a population of 961. It has since grown to a city of about 2,200.


Westover has a mayor/council system of government. The Westover Town Council consists of five seats, currently occupied by Sam Mann (Place 1), Larry Riggins (Place 2), Annette S. Tyler (Place 3), Andrea Hunter (Place 4), and Jeanne Champion Fisch (Place 5). The council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at Westover Town Hall.

The town provides a public library, located within Town Hall, and a park, located behind Town Hall. The town has a pending request for the Shelby County Sheriff's Office to locate a substation within the town for police protection. Emergency services are provided by Westover Fire and Rescue Department.


  • "Westover, Alabama". (October 29, 2010). Wikipedia - accessed February 18, 2011
  • Reed, Martin J. (August 15, 2013) "Shelby County's City of Westover developing community identity, growth plans." The Birmingham News

External links

Shelby County seal.jpg Shelby County

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