The county of DeKalb is located in Alabama and was founded in 1836. There are 70,900 residents in DeKalb who have access to courthouses in Collinsville, Crossville, Fort Payne, Fyffe, Geraldine, Henagar, Ider, Mentone, Powell, Rainsville, Sylvania, Valley Head. 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 1,983 residents in Collinsville, which is 3.9 square miles and 702ft above sea level.
There are 1,862 residents in Crossville, which is 8.4 square miles and 1,155ft above sea level.
There are 14,012 residents in Fort Payne, which is 56.6 square miles and 906ft above sea level. It was settled in 1889 and is governed by a Mayor-Council (5 members) local government.
There are 1,018 residents in Fyffe, which is 4.4 square miles and 1,289ft above sea level.
There are 896 residents in Geraldine, which is 3.9 square miles and 1,158ft above sea level.
There are 2,344 residents in Henagar, which is 22.3 square miles and 1,447ft above sea level.
There are 723 residents in Ider, which is 5.4 square miles and 1,545ft above sea level.
There are 360 residents in Mentone, which is 4.7 square miles and 1,736ft above sea level.
There are 955 residents in Powell, which is 5.0 square miles and 1,132ft above sea level.
There are 4,948 residents in Rainsville, which is 20.6 square miles and 1,296ft above sea level.
There are 1,837 residents in Sylvania, which is 8.8 square miles and 1,388ft above sea level.
There are 558 residents in Valley Head, which is 3.5 square miles and 1,014ft above sea level.