The county of Baldwin is located in Alabama and was founded in 1809. There are 208,563 residents in Baldwin who have access to courthouses in Bay Minette, Daphne, Elberta, Fairhope, Foley, Gulf Shores, Loxley, Orange Beach, Robertsdale, Silverhill, Spanish Fort, Summerdale. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Alabama is part of the 11th federal circuit court as well.
There are 8,044 residents in Bay Minette, which is 17.3 square miles and 269ft above sea level.
There are 21,570 residents in Daphne, which is 17.7 square miles and 157ft above sea level. It was settled in 1763.
There are 14,618 residents in Foley, which is 31.3 square miles and 79ft above sea level.
There are 9,741 residents in Gulf Shores, which is 31.3 square miles and 7ft above sea level.
There are 1,632 residents in Loxley, which is 32.2 square miles and 171ft above sea level.
There are 5,441 residents in Orange Beach, which is 16.0 square miles and 13ft above sea level. It was settled in 1984.
There are 5,276 residents in Robertsdale, which is 5.5 square miles and 148ft above sea level. It was settled in 1921.
There are 706 residents in Silverhill, which is 1.3 square miles and 141ft above sea level.
There are 6,798 residents in Spanish Fort, which is 35.0 square miles and 23ft above sea level.
There are 862 residents in Summerdale, which is 10.1 square miles and 115ft above sea level. It was settled in 1906.