Haleyville Area  Chamber of commerce

Welcome to the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce. We are located in northwest Alabama, a pleasant, scenic drive any time of the year. We thank our members for their support and involvement in the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Community Vision Statement

We, the citizens of Haleyville, will maintain a friendly, small town, faith-based community while creating a positive atmosphere for educational, cultural and economic growth.


City Mission Statement

The City of Haleyville is recognized as a community with high ethical standards that works in harmony with industry, education and local governments to enrich the quality of life for all citizens.



  • Business Websites

    Visit the websites of local Winston County Businesses


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  • Business Websites

    Visit the websites of local Winston County Businesses


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  • Home of 911

    Haleyville introduced the first
    9-1-1 system which was located at the police station at City Hall.

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The Festival honors all police, fire and emergency personnel and includes Music, Parade, Arts & Crafts, Exhibits, Car Show, and children's activities.

The 2015 Festival will be June 5-6, 2015!

Make plans now to join the celebration!


Haleyville Farmers Market is open Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday at Rocky Ravine Park on Hwy 195.

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Industrial Development

Winston County, Alabama is located in the heart of the southern automotive corridor, near future U.S. Interstate 22 connecting Memphis, Tennessee to Birmingham, Alabama. Winston County offers a skilled workforce, competitive tax incentives, and an award-winning business friendly environment. Doing business in Winston County is rewarding, cost effective, and profitable.  Read more...


Shop Locally and Support your Community

We realize it is not always possible to buy what you need locally and only ask you to Think Local FIRST!

  • Locally owned businesses build strong neighborhoods by sustaining communities, linking neighbors, and by contributing more to local causes.
  • When shopping locally, you simultaneously create jobs, fund more city services through sales tax, invest in neighborhood improvement and promote community development.
  • Evidence from numerous surveys show people receive better customer care and service locally. These businesses survive by their reputation and repeat business, which means you get a higher standard of service.
  • Sales taxes fund our communities and provide vital services such as police and fire protection, street repairs and other necessary services.
  • Getting to know the store owners is a great reason to shop local. It’s their business, they are the decision-makers and they build a personal relationship with their customers.
  • Creativity and entrepreneurship are what the American economy is founded upon. Nurturing local business en­sures a strong community.