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         On June 10, 1947, Trussville was incorporated as a town, and on May 31, 1957, the town officially became a city. It was on this date "Trussville" was adopted as the official name. Trussville is located northeast of Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport at the I-459/I-59 interchange.

         In 2005, the City of Trussville created an independent school system, Trussville City Schools (TCS). The school system consists of five schools, with over 4,600 students, and 535 employees. In just a few years, TCS has achieved an elite status among school systems at both the state and national levels.

    Today, Trussville is one of Metro Birmingham’s most rapidly growing areas. The city has developed residential and retail construction with two major shopping centers built within the city during the early 2000s. The Colonial Promenade at Trussville is on the western side and the Pinnacle is along Highway 11 at the I-59/I-459 Interchange.  The newest addition to the city is the Hwy 11 Homestead Village.