About Steele, Alabama.
Located in the northeastern corner of St. Clair County, Alabama, the Town of Steele was founded in 1850 and incorporated in 1952. As of the 2010 census, the population of Steele was 1,043. As part of the Birmingham-Hoover metropolitan area, Steele is among the fastest growing areas in the state of Alabama. With easy access to Interstate 59, the Town of Steele can reach Birmingham in 40 miles and Chattanooga, TN in 90 miles.
The Town of Steele boasts one of the most diverse economies in the region. With industries ranging from agriculture of Chandler Mountain to product distribution centers and automotive suppliers such as RainBird and Unipres, Steele has an economic base built to weather changes on the national and global scale. The Town of Steele is open for business!
The Town of Steele – a great place to live and raise a family!