Toxey is located in Choctaw County in the southwestern part of the state. It has a mayor/council form of government.
Toxey incorporated in 1949.
According to 2020 Census estimates, Toxey recorded a population of 126. Of that number, 73.0 percent of respondents identified themselves as white and 27.0 percent as African American. The town’s per capita income was $20,283.
According to 2020 Census estimates, the workforce in Toxey was divided among the following industrial categories:
- Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and extraction (26.1 percent)
- Retail trade (21.7 percent)
- Educational services and health care and social assistance (19.6 percent)
- Other services, except public administration (10.9 percent)
- Construction (6.5 percent)
- Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services (6.5 percent)
- Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services (4.3 percent)
- Transportation and warehousing, and utilities (4.3 percent)
State Route 17 runs north-south through the town, and County Road 9 runs east-west.
Events and Places of Interest
J. M. Skinner Memorial Park has picnic facilities, athletic fields and a pavilion and features the historic Denton and Mattie Mosley log cabin, named for local residents.
- The Heritage of Choctaw County, Alabama. Clanton, Ala.: Heritage Publishing Consultants, 2001.