Ft Mcclellan, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

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After the Fort McClellan Army Base closed in 1999, local community leaders formed the Fort McClellan Joint Powers Authority to oversee the redevelopment of the area. The McClellan Development Authority cleared 2,000 acres of land, but the cleanup process is not quite complete. The city is attempting to utilize the land for commercial and industrial expansion. To that end, the McClellan Development Authority destroyed over 14,000 explosives and 2.9 million pounds of explosive scrap.

Today, the city of McCclellan is a 10,000-acre (40.0 km2) master-planned community. It offers a diverse array of residential, commercial, and industrial development opportunities. There are also several educational and research facilities, as well as a thriving tech community. The community's residents number over 900. The city also includes the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge takes its name from the mountain longleaf pine forests in the Southeast.

Fort McCclellan was formerly called Camp McClellan. It was located adjacent to Anniston, Alabama, and was one of the largest military installations in the United States during World War II. More than half a million men trained here and the town became a military hub. After the war, the Fort was closed to civilians. But its name remains, and the city's namesake is the U.S. Army's Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP).