Founded in 1868, Chilton County is the 30th biggest county by population (out of 67) in the state of Alabama. Historically, Chilton County was formed from Autauga, Bibb, Perry, and Shelby counties (as Baker County). The city of Clanton is the County seat. With population density of 63 residents per square miles, Chilton County has a population of 43,643 and area of 692.85 square miles.
List of all cities and towns in Chilton County, Al
|City/Town||Postal Code||Area Code|
|Clanton, AL||35045, 35046||205/659|