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Gadsden is a city in northeast Alabama, just off Interstate 59 near Birmingham. The city is a good mix or urban and natural environments, with the Coosa River splitting the downtown in two. Homes for rent in Gadsden give families a chance to live in this diverse community filled with Southern charm and residential neighborhoods. With multiple college campuses, a hospital and a variety of shops and restaurants, there's no shortage of culture for families looking to live in an entertaining city. Parents will be happy about the great schools and safe streets, and kids will love playing at Gadsdens Moragne Park and fishing at Clayton Pond. 

Fun Facts for Future Renters

  • Everyone in the family will love downtown Gadsden. The area blends 1950s tastes and styles with modern luxury and eclectic shops.
  • Golf enthusiasts will have a choice when it comes to where to tee off in Gadsden with Twin Bridges Golf Club and Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. 
  • Noccalula Falls Park is a 250-acre public space that people from all over the state come to see. It was donated for citizens to enjoy and view the beautiful falls. 
  • Families who love fishing and boating will be in good company. Most of the townsfolk put their boats in and socialize around Coosa Landing Marina. 

Helpful Resources for Residents

  • The Gadsden Times is the best news source for renters, whether they want to see local news, national events or coverage leading up to the Iron Bowl. 
  • The City of Gadsden provides citizens with the services and opportunities that they need the most as well as police and fire departments that have been keeping the area safe for decades. 
  • Gadsden City Schools give area students a great place to prepare for life after high school. The city also has a University of Alabama campus and Gadsden State Community College. 

Live in Gadsden

Gadsden is conveniently located with easy access to neighboring communities, but once you set foot in the city, you won't want to leave.