City of Mobile

    Mobile is the oldest settlement and the second largest city in the State of Alabama. Mobilians enjoy nearly one hundred parks, and the only seaport in Alabama, and welcome a fair amount of visitors to their beautiful coastline each year.  Mobile is the home to the Mardis Gras, made famous by the wild revelry of New Orleans.  Mobile is an outdoor lovers paradise, encumbered by water, offering world class fishing, sandy beaches and duck hunting in the Delta.

    Mobile is also known as a cultural center, with several art museums, a symphony orchestra, a professional opera, a professional ballet company, and many buildings displaying historic architecture. If fact, Mobile has one of the oldest organized carnival celebrations in the United States, and was host to the first formally organized Carnival mystic society in the United States, back in 1830.

    Children who live in Mobile attend Mobile County Public Schools which operate under five districts and are divided by geographic boundaries.  The school district has more than 100 public school buildings and enrolls nearly 65,000 students.  Click on each program to find out more about specific age groups near your Mobile, Alabama home.

    Mobile, Alabama is a big city offering lots of opportunities for earning income.  Residents throughout Alabama commute to this metropolis on a daily basis to earn a living.  Located only about fifteen minutes from Spanish Fort and a little over twenty from Daphne and Fairhope, these communities are great if you seek an easy commute from Mobile.  Point Clear, Magnolia Springs, and Foley are less than an hour away, as well.   Orange Beach and Gulf Shores are farther away, but still make for a nice trip at just over an hour from Mobile.

    Parks are plentiful when you live in Mobile, Alabama.  There are nearly one hundred public parks and community venues to visit, as well as the USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park .  View the entire list here.

    With traditional favorites such as Ruth Chris Steak House and the Brick Pit BBQ, alongside newer favorites Noja and the Royal Scam, you just can’t go wrong when eating out in Mobile.  Another long-time favorite is Felix’s Fish Camp, so be sure to get a bite to eat when you visit or are looking for a home in Mobile, Alabama.

    Whether you appreciate big-time stores like Burlington Coat Factory or a more eclectic style of shop like Papillon, you are sure to have your tastes met in Mobile, Alabama.  Fresh markets and book shops (such as Bienville Books) also aim to please, while you also get can enjoy the benefits of  nearby Target.