Mayor, Enterprise, Alabama
Mayor Kenneth Boswell began his political career in 2000 when he was elected as councilman for District Five in Enterprise, Ala. In 2003, Boswell was appointed Mayor of Enterprise and, subsequently, was reelected in 2004 and 2008. More
President: Lisa Fenner
Phone: (334) 347-0581
Enterprise, Ala., is a thriving community founded on the principle that with the right mix of people, adversity can easily turn into diversity. We are home to a diverse mix of business, agriculture, and industry. Our community has a rich military heritage thanks to our close relationship and proximity to neighboring Fort Rucker, the Home of Army Aviation.
In 2010, based on new US Census data, Enterprise was named Alabama's "Boom Town," boasting a 25.3% growth over 10 years. Our 26,574 person population allows us to provide a quality of life that integrates small town togetherness with urban vitality. Our community offers many different recreational and educational opportunities and our housing market has options for everyone.
Enterprise is unique due to the great influence of Fort Rucker and the opportunities we have to work together. Nearly 40% of our student population are military youth. Our military families are valued and supported through various grants and local efforts. We are proud to employ staff for both Military Family Support, a social worker who assists with military-specific needs, and for Military Relations, who maintains open lines of communications with the Fort Rucker community. More
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