Jonesview (in Talladega County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Jonesview (GNIS FID: 144864) is a populated place located in Talladega County at latitude 33.442 and longitude -86.224.

The elevation of Jonesview is 535 feet. Jonesview appears on the Sleeping Giant U.S. Geological Survey Map. Talladega County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Talladega, AL (6.8 miles E)
Pell City, AL (10.6 miles NNW)
Riverside, AL (11.4 miles N)
Vincent, AL (11.6 miles WSW)
Waldo, AL (12.2 miles ESE)
Lincoln, AL (13.3 miles NNE)
Childersburg, AL (13.7 miles SSW)
Bon Air, AL (14 miles SSW)
Harpersville, AL (14.1 miles WSW)
Sterrett, AL (14.8 miles W)

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Hepzibah, AL (< 0.1 mile)
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Saint Ives, AL (1.9 miles WSW)
Fair Park, AL (2.7 miles ESE)
Feddisburg, AL (3.1 miles SW)
Fishtrap, AL (3.4 miles NNW)
Kyser Leonard Lakefront Estates, AL (3.4 miles NNW)
Clear Creek Estates, AL (3.4 miles W)
Briarfield, AL (3.4 miles WSW)
Willingham Estates, AL (3.6 miles WNW)

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