Greenville is located on Interstate 65 and offers ready access to major cities; only 40 miles south of Montgomery and roughly halfway between Mobile and Birmingham, and between Atlanta and New Orleans. The total land area of Butler County is 777 square miles or 1,250.46 square kilometers.
Located just half an hour south of Montgomery, where I-65, U.S. 31 and Alabama’s Highway 10 converge, Greenville is the county seat of picturesque Butler County. Montgomery Regional Airport is just minutes away, and CSX rail serves the city.
Industries & Other Offerings
Greenville is proud of its historic downtown business and residential district, and its wide variety of other retail and commercial offerings. The city’s industrial manufacturing base is diverse, from wood products and steering wheels to textiles, and it’s rapidly growing. Two industrial parks are already full, and another is on its way.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Butler County has a population of 20,947. Of this total, 8,135 people live in Greenville. There are approximately 3,253 families in Greenville.