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  • Cullman

    COUNTY SNAPSHOT

    Cullman County has a total land area of 755 square miles with 735 square miles of land and 20 square miles of water and is the largest county by size in our region. The county seat is the City of Cullman, which is the largest city in the county. Cullman County comprises the Cullman, AL Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is a component of the Birmingham-Hoover-Talladega, AL Combined Statistical Area (CSA).

    2010 Population – 80,406

    11 cities/towns
    Urban 27%
    Rural 73%

    CITY/TOWN POPULATIONS

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    Cullman County80,406
    Baileyton 610
    Colony 268
    Cullman 14,775
    Dodge City 593
    Fairview 446
    Garden City 492
    Good Hope 2,264
    Hanceville 2,982
    Holly Pond 798
    South Vinemont 749
    West Point 586

    MEDIAN AGE

    39.9

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census

    AGE GROUP

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    16 and Over 63,973 79.6%
    18 and Over 61,765 76.8%
    21 and Over 58,534 72.8%
    65 and Over 12,810 15.9%

    MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

    $38,847

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

    EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
    Population 18 to 246,887
    Less than High School 21.5%
    High School Graduate 29.5%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 47.4%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 1.6%
    Population 25 years and Over55,151
    Less than High School 20.2%
    High School Graduate 31.7%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 33.4%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 14.8%
  • Lawrence

    COUNTY SNAPSHOT

    Lawrence County has a total area of 717 square miles with 691 square miles of land and 27 square miles of water and is our most rural county. The county seat is the City of Moulton, which is the largest city in the county. Lawrence County is included in the Decatur, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which is also included in the Huntsville-Decatur-Albertville, AL Combined Statistical Area (CSA).

    2010 Population – 34,339

    5 cities/towns
    Urban 9%
    Rural 91%

    CITY/TOWN POPULATIONS

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    Lawrence County34,339
    Courtland 609
    Hillsboro 552
    Moulton 3,471
    North Courtland 632
    Town Creek 1,100

    MEDIAN AGE

    40.6

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census

    AGE GROUP

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    16 and Over 27,383 79.7%
    18 and Over 26,375 76.8%
    21 and Over 25,033 72.9%
    65 and Over 4,999 14.6%

    MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

    $38,551

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

    EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
    Population 18 to 242,967
    Less than High School 19.8%
    High School Graduate 32.7%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 43.8%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 3.6%
    Population 25 years and Over23,299
    Less than High School 22.9%
    High School Graduate 38.9%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 26.2%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 11.9%
  • Morgan

    COUNTY SNAPSHOT

    Morgan County has a total land area of 599 square miles with 579 square miles of land and 20 square miles of water and is the smallest county by size in our region, but conversely, it’s our most urban county. The county seat is the City of Decatur, which is the largest city in the county and the region. Morgan County is included in the Decatur, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which is also included in the Huntsville-Decatur-Albertville, AL Combined Statistical Area (CSA).

    2010 Population – 119,490

    7 cities/towns
    Urban 62%
    Rural 38%

    CITY/TOWN POPULATIONS

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    Morgan County119,490
    Decatur 55,683
    Eva 519
    Falkville 1,279
    Hartselle 14,255
    Priceville 2,658
    Somerville 724
    Trinity 2,095

    MEDIAN AGE

    39.0

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census

    AGE GROUP

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census
    16 and Over 94,241 78.9%
    18 and Over 90,866 76.0%
    21 and Over 86,394 72.3%
    65 and Over 16,871 14.1%

    MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

    $44,800

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

    EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

    Source: 2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
    Population 18 to 2410,076
    Less than High School 20.6%
    High School Graduate 31.3%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 43.1%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 5.1%
    Population 25 years and Over81,263
    Less than High School 18.5%
    High School Graduate 31.6%
    Some College or Associate’s Degree 30.0%
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 19.9%

DEMOGRAPHICS FOR THE REGION

The following table depicts the population trends and projections for our region and three counties over a 35 year period from 1990 to 2025 compared to the State.

Population Trends & Projections

YEAR1990200020102015*2020*2025*
REGION 199,169 223,350 234,235 239,106 243,114 245,983
CULLMAN 67,613 77,483 80,406 81,996 83,348 84,347
LAWRENCE 31,513 34,803 34,339 34,008 33,547 32,934
MORGAN 100,043 111,064 119,490 123,102 126,219 128,702
ALABAMA 4,404,587 4,447,100 4,779,736 4,943,866 5,101,172 5,242,423

Source: Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 US Census
*University of Alabama, Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER), Fall 2012 *

The following chart illustrates the population trends and projections for our region and three counties over a 40 year period from 1970 to 2010.

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