About Mobile, Alabama

Mobile, Alabama

Welcome to the cultured city of Mobile, AL where having fun in your down time is a serious matter. Here in Mobile, either a festival, a show, a cook-off, or all three takes place every weekend. The job market is booming, the atmosphere is extravagant considering the fact that Mardi Gras started in Mobile, the location is ideal because of its warmth and close proximity to water, and the education and healthcare are beyond comparison with the option of private or public colleges and the University of South Alabama’s medical school that is well known for its state-of-the-art cancer research facility. Mobile has a bright future and is awaiting your arrival.

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Schools

The City of Mobile strives to provide the best atmosphere we can for positive educational opportunities for all our citizens.

Parks

The department strives to enhance the city's natural beauty, establish, maintain and protect parks and natural spaces where citizens can pursue leisure activities; coordinate recreational, educational, and athletic activities that promote positive community values.

Neighborhood

Mobile is a relatively large coastal city (i.e. on the ocean, a bay, or inlet) located in the state of Alabama. With a population of 194,675 people and 78 constituent neighborhoods, Mobile is the third largest community in Alabama.

Why Mobile

Job Market, Real Estate Market, atmosphere, location, higher education, healthcare.

Festivals/Events

Home to America's original Mardi Gras that rolls through the streets of our historic downtown; dozens of festivals, art shows, or culinary cook-offs nearly every weekend, Mobile takes having fun pretty seriously. If you're looking for a bit more leisurely experience, nearby historic neighborhoods lined with giant live oaks trees or a paddle in one of the most significant river delta systems in the country are just minutes from downtown.

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