100 Biggest Cities In Alabama For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Alabama. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 313 cities and places in Alabama.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Heart of Dixie has to offer. You know the places like Birmingham and Montgomery which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Alabama that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Alabama with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Alabama, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Alabama, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Alabama

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Heart of Dixie for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Alabama from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Birmingham.

The smallest? Excel, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Birmingham, AL
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 212,021
Population 2010: 216,392
Growth: -2.0%
More on Birmingham: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Birmingham is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Alabama and the county seat of Jefferson County. The city's population was 212,237 in the 2010 United States Census. In the 2010 US Census, the Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of about 1,128,047, which is approximately one-quarter of Alabama's population.

Review Of Birmingham by HomeSnacks User

This place is very racist and not good at all its like a ghost town.

Its very racist and not a good place to live.


Montgomery, AL
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 200,156
Population 2010: 204,788
Growth: -2.3%
More on Montgomery: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Montgomery is a major city and the capital of the U.S. state of Alabama and the county seat of Montgomery County. Named for Richard Montgomery, it is located on the Alabama River, in the Gulf Coastal Plain. As of the 2013 Census, Montgomery has a population of 201,332. It is the second-largest city in Alabama, after Birmingham, and is the 115th largest in the United States. The Montgomery Metropolitan Statistical Area had a 2010 estimated population of 374,536. It is the fourth-largest in the state and 136th among United States metropolitan areas.

Huntsville, AL
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 4 (Up 1)
Population: 193,663
Population 2010: 175,416
Growth: 10.4%
More on Huntsville: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Huntsville is a city located primarily in Madison County in the Appalachian region of northern Alabama. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County. The city extends west into neighboring Limestone County. Huntsville's population was 180,105 as of the 2010 census. Huntsville is the third-largest city in Alabama and the largest city in the five-county Huntsville-Decatur-Albertville, AL Combined Statistical Area, which at the 2013 census estimate had a total population of 683,871. The Huntsville Metropolitan Area's population was 417,593 in 2010 to become the 2nd largest in Alabama. Huntsville metro's population reached 441,000 by 2014.

Review Of Huntsville by HomeSnacks User

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama and this article is true. I'm latino and was treated as a second class citizen by whites.


Mobile, AL
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (Down 1)
Population: 191,485
Population 2010: 195,619
Growth: -2.1%
More on Mobile: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Mobile is the county seat of Mobile County, Alabama, United States. The population within the city limits was 195,111 as of the 2010 United States Census, making it the third most populous city in Alabama, the most populous in Mobile County, and the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast between New Orleans, Louisiana, and St. Petersburg, Florida.

Review Of Mobile by HomeSnacks User

lots of criminals in mobile. i think it must have a high crime rate. this is a place i would not raise children in

the people are not all friendly there. i like a small town vibe and this town does not give that feeling. landscape is beautiful though


Tuscaloosa, AL
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 98,881
Population 2010: 87,663
Growth: 12.8%
More on Tuscaloosa: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Tuscaloosa is a city in and the seat of Tuscaloosa County in west central Alabama. Located on the Black Warrior River at the Atlantic Seaboard fall line of the Piedmont, it is the fifth-largest city in Alabama, with an estimated population of 99,543 in 2016.

Hoover, AL
Overall SnackAbility
9.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 84,480
Population 2010: 78,543
Growth: 7.6%
More on Hoover: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Hoover is a city in Jefferson and Shelby counties in north central Alabama, United States. The largest suburb around Birmingham, the population of the city was 84,848 as of the 2015 US Census estimate. Hoover is part of the Birmingham-Hoover, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area and is also included in the Birmingham-Hoover-Talladega, AL Combined Statistical Area. Hoover-s neighborhoods and planned communities are located along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

Review Of Hoover by HomeSnacks User

Hoover is a suburban community just outside the city of Birmingham. Crime is low, schools are consistently rated in Best Schools in America lists and there are many recreational options nearby, including many parks. Plenty of shopping from high-end to budget-friendly available. Residents take pride in their neighborhoods. Some neighborhoods are cookie-cutter, but homes and lawns are maintained well and there is no littering or trash in public spaces. Its a small and safe place to live!

Oak Mountain is a favorite. You can hike, swim, fish, camp or go to a concert at the outdoor theater venue. Hoover is in a great location, so you have easy access to museums, botanical gardens, historic movie theaters, shopping, and the airport. Hoover has grown rapidly and the roadways havent kept up, so traffic is an inevitable frustration. Popular stores and restaurants seem to be on side of town and creates a lot of congestion. There is a lot of open space in the city, so building places in other parts of town would help.


Dothan, AL
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 67,872
Population 2010: 64,299
Growth: 5.6%
More on Dothan: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Dothan is a city in Dale, Henry, and Houston counties in the U.S. state of Alabama. Located in the state's southeastern corner, approximately 20 miles west of the Georgia state line and 16 miles north of Florida, it is the county seat of Houston County. Its name derives from Genesis 37:17: "let us go to Dothan." The population was 65,496 at the 2010 census.

Review Of Dothan by HomeSnacks User

I hated Dothan when I drove through there. The city was small and the roads were ridiculous.

The signs for Dothan were badly organized.


Auburn, AL
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 62,996
Population 2010: 51,057
Growth: 23.4%
More on Auburn: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Auburn is a city in Lee County, Alabama, United States. It is the largest city in eastern Alabama with a 2016 population of 63,118. It is a principal city of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area. The Auburn-Opelika, AL MSA with a population of 158,991, along with the Columbus, GA-AL MSA and Tuskegee, Alabama, comprises the greater Columbus-Auburn-Opelika, GA-AL CSA, a region home to 501,649 residents.

Review Of Auburn by HomeSnacks User

The university was excellent and provided a great experience for me overall. The small college town has a lot of life to it overall. Auburn, AL is proving to be a great place for college students in good time. That is worthwhile for anyone who wants to scope out the college town.

Affordable rent and low cost of living makes the city fun for everyone. Watch out for high crime areas in the city though. That could detract from the standard of living that people tend to enjoy.


Decatur, AL
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Population: 54,617
Population 2010: 55,253
Growth: -1.2%
More on Decatur: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Decatur is a city in Morgan and Limestone counties in the State of Alabama. The city, affectionately known as "The River City", is located in Northern Alabama on the banks of Wheeler Lake, along the Tennessee River. It is the largest city and county seat of Morgan County. The population in 2010 census was 55,683.

Madison, AL
Overall SnackAbility
7.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 48,275
Population 2010: 40,293
Growth: 19.8%
More on Madison: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Madison is a city located primarily in Madison County, near the northern border of the State of Alabama. Madison extends west into neighboring Limestone County. The city is included in the Huntsville Metropolitan Area, the second-largest in the state, and is also included in the merged Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the population of the city was 42,938. Madison is bordered by Huntsville on all sides.

Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Alabama

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Alabama.

Have fun snacking around in the Heart of Dixie!

For more reading on Alabama, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Alabama

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Birmingham 212,021 216,392 -2.0%
2 Montgomery 200,156 204,788 -2.3%
3 Huntsville 193,663 175,416 10.4%
4 Mobile 191,485 195,619 -2.1%
5 Tuscaloosa 98,881 87,663 12.8%
6 Hoover 84,480 78,543 7.6%
7 Dothan 67,872 64,299 5.6%
8 Auburn 62,996 51,057 23.4%
9 Decatur 54,617 55,253 -1.2%
10 Madison 48,275 40,293 19.8%
11 Florence 40,104 38,821 3.3%
12 Phenix City 36,641 31,704 15.6%
13 Prattville 35,657 32,122 11.0%
14 Gadsden 35,624 37,162 -4.1%
15 Vestavia Hills 34,163 33,305 2.6%
16 Alabaster 32,878 29,550 11.3%
17 Opelika 29,798 25,867 15.2%
18 Enterprise 27,859 25,285 10.2%
19 Bessemer 26,759 27,824 -3.8%
20 Homewood 25,595 25,078 2.1%
21 Northport 25,457 22,540 12.9%
22 Daphne 25,361 20,817 21.8%
23 Athens 25,176 21,059 19.5%
24 Pelham 23,242 20,346 14.2%
25 Prichard 21,927 23,599 -7.1%
26 Anniston 21,924 23,297 -5.9%
27 Trussville 21,721 18,609 16.7%
28 Albertville 21,460 20,445 5.0%
29 Oxford 21,208 20,967 1.1%
30 Mountain Brook 20,466 20,381 0.4%
31 Fairhope 20,327 14,927 36.2%
32 Troy 19,141 17,207 11.2%
33 Selma 18,804 20,591 -8.7%
34 Helena 17,861 15,463 15.5%
35 Foley 17,818 13,570 31.3%
36 Tillmans Corner 17,814 16,454 8.3%
37 Center Point 16,460 16,810 -2.1%
38 Talladega 15,609 15,993 -2.4%
39 Hueytown 15,583 16,032 -2.8%
40 Cullman 15,558 14,685 5.9%
41 Millbrook 15,160 14,034 8.0%
42 Alexander City 14,621 14,879 -1.7%
43 Scottsboro 14,527 14,795 -1.8%
44 Ozark 14,456 14,909 -3.0%
45 Hartselle 14,405 13,840 4.1%
46 Saraland 14,268 13,172 8.3%
47 Fort Payne 14,006 13,862 1.0%
48 Gardendale 13,875 13,420 3.4%
49 Muscle Shoals 13,874 12,986 6.8%
50 Jasper 13,727 14,307 -4.1%
51 Pell City 13,593 12,234 11.1%
52 Calera 13,557 10,374 30.7%
53 Moody 12,752 11,138 14.5%
54 Jacksonville 12,654 11,791 7.3%
55 Chelsea 12,643 9,202 37.4%
56 Irondale 12,474 12,180 2.4%
57 Sylacauga 12,397 12,789 -3.1%
58 Leeds 12,348 11,314 9.1%
59 Eufaula 12,289 13,228 -7.1%
60 Gulf Shores 12,033 9,035 33.2%
61 Fairfield 10,790 11,284 -4.4%
62 Saks 10,763 11,169 -3.6%
63 Pleasant Grove 10,185 10,048 1.4%
64 Atmore 9,746 10,008 -2.6%
65 Russellville 9,711 9,598 1.2%
66 Clay 9,653 9,527 1.3%
67 Rainbow City 9,581 9,396 2.0%
68 Boaz 9,553 9,148 4.4%
69 Meadowbrook 9,387 8,772 7.0%
70 Valley 9,305 9,527 -2.3%
71 Forestdale 9,273 10,811 -14.2%
72 Fultondale 9,097 8,093 12.4%
73 Bay Minette 9,089 8,052 12.9%
74 Sheffield 8,986 9,141 -1.7%
75 Pike Road 8,884 5,072 75.2%
76 Andalusia 8,864 8,998 -1.5%
77 Southside 8,788 8,340 5.4%
78 Clanton 8,724 8,554 2.0%
79 Tuskegee 8,699 10,189 -14.6%
80 Tuscumbia 8,426 8,315 1.3%
81 Guntersville 8,377 8,077 3.7%
82 Spanish Fort 8,324 6,624 25.7%
83 Arab 8,234 7,928 3.9%
84 Wetumpka 8,117 6,480 25.3%
85 Greenville 7,714 7,924 -2.7%
86 Pinson 7,121 7,143 -0.3%
87 Brook Highland 7,116 6,549 8.7%
88 Demopolis 6,918 7,570 -8.6%
89 Moores Mill 6,815 5,207 30.9%
90 Hamilton 6,664 6,868 -3.0%
91 Montevallo 6,654 6,101 9.1%
92 Meridianville 6,609 5,893 12.2%
93 Lincoln 6,600 6,065 8.8%
94 Oneonta 6,575 6,453 1.9%
95 Robertsdale 6,521 5,052 29.1%
96 Opp 6,520 6,701 -2.7%
97 Theodore 6,483 6,147 5.5%
98 Lanett 6,318 6,722 -6.0%
99 Tarrant 6,212 6,524 -4.8%
100 Satsuma 6,151 6,057 1.6%
101 Monroeville 6,011 6,589 -8.8%
102 Grayson Valley 5,986 5,121 16.9%
103 Roanoke 5,941 6,154 -3.5%
104 Orange Beach 5,927 5,185 14.3%
105 Attalla 5,847 6,143 -4.8%
106 Chickasaw 5,837 6,128 -4.7%
107 Harvest 5,700 4,415 29.1%
108 Highland Lakes 5,500 3,618 52.0%
109 Smiths Station 5,349 5,001 7.0%
110 Brewton 5,263 5,391 -2.4%
111 Midfield 5,158 5,384 -4.2%
112 Fort Rucker 5,134 4,886 5.1%
113 Glencoe 5,120 5,107 0.3%
114 Daleville 5,113 5,157 -0.9%
115 Rainsville 5,018 4,895 2.5%
116 Tallassee 5,013 4,683 7.0%
117 Childersburg 4,959 5,249 -5.5%
118 Semmes 4,869 0 nan%
119 Jackson 4,851 5,279 -8.1%
120 Brent 4,840 4,732 2.3%
121 Margaret 4,752 3,871 22.8%
122 Headland 4,661 4,407 5.8%
123 Piedmont 4,651 4,915 -5.4%
124 Pine Level 4,574 3,282 39.4%
125 Winfield 4,475 4,857 -7.9%
126 Columbiana 4,420 4,016 10.1%
127 Fayette 4,385 4,682 -6.3%
128 Geneva 4,379 4,466 -1.9%
129 Adamsville 4,374 4,599 -4.9%
130 Hokes Bluff 4,271 4,240 0.7%
131 Redland 4,242 3,638 16.6%
132 Argo 4,235 3,770 12.3%
133 Springville 4,195 3,872 8.3%
134 Holt 4,159 3,991 4.2%
135 Holtville 4,133 4,394 -5.9%
136 Grand Bay 4,090 3,764 8.7%
137 Alexandria 4,000 3,745 6.8%
138 Thomasville 3,997 4,293 -6.9%
139 Haleyville 3,996 4,251 -6.0%
140 Citronelle 3,911 3,876 0.9%
141 Elba 3,852 3,945 -2.4%
142 Valley Grande 3,773 4,011 -5.9%
143 Odenville 3,751 3,426 9.5%
144 Evergreen 3,705 3,917 -5.4%
145 Union Springs 3,596 4,100 -12.3%
146 Centre 3,505 3,477 0.8%
147 Cottondale 3,469 0 nan%
148 Hazel Green 3,452 3,696 -6.6%
149 Heflin 3,449 3,449 0.0%
150 Ladonia 3,444 3,518 -2.1%
151 Livingston 3,410 3,436 -0.8%
152 Marion 3,359 3,592 -6.5%
153 West End-Cobb Town 3,346 3,899 -14.2%
154 Hanceville 3,340 2,995 11.5%
155 Priceville 3,318 2,458 35.0%
156 Moulton 3,283 3,421 -4.0%
157 Warrior 3,209 3,184 0.8%
158 Emerald Mountain 3,200 2,270 41.0%
159 Underwood-Petersville 3,196 3,482 -8.2%
160 Dadeville 3,115 3,217 -3.2%
161 Red Bay 3,102 3,164 -2.0%
162 York 3,078 2,583 19.2%
163 Weaver 3,076 2,962 3.8%
164 Kimberly 3,073 0 nan%
165 Lake View 3,028 1,851 63.6%
166 Trinity 2,972 2,098 41.7%
167 East Brewton 2,963 2,708 9.4%
168 La Fayette 2,945 3,037 -3.0%
169 Clayton 2,900 2,751 5.4%
170 Greensboro 2,870 2,629 9.2%
171 New Hope 2,856 2,755 3.7%
172 Brighton 2,823 3,063 -7.8%
173 Moundville 2,774 2,176 27.5%
174 Luverne 2,771 2,807 -1.3%
175 Eutaw 2,722 3,034 -10.3%
176 Centreville 2,677 2,747 -2.5%
177 Jemison 2,637 2,587 1.9%
178 Hartford 2,604 2,581 0.9%
179 Indian Springs Village 2,590 2,476 4.6%
180 Sumiton 2,586 2,531 2.2%
181 Abbeville 2,582 2,740 -5.8%
182 Guin 2,561 2,381 7.6%
183 Bayou La Batre 2,527 2,611 -3.2%
184 Point Clear 2,482 1,766 40.5%
185 Level Plains 2,478 1,672 48.2%
186 Lineville 2,471 2,477 -0.2%
187 Ashville 2,418 2,053 17.8%
188 Sylvania 2,413 1,339 80.2%
189 Aliceville 2,408 3,101 -22.3%
190 Taylor 2,397 2,657 -9.8%
191 Choccolocco 2,396 3,252 -26.3%
192 Carlisle-Rockledge 2,391 1,880 27.2%
193 Woodstock 2,371 1,724 37.5%
194 Smoke Rise 2,360 2,348 0.5%
195 Whitesboro 2,352 2,281 3.1%
196 Ashford 2,346 1,931 21.5%
197 Bridgeport 2,303 2,344 -1.7%
198 Brundidge 2,295 2,456 -6.6%
199 Huguley 2,273 3,086 -26.3%
200 Wilsonville 2,246 1,867 20.3%
201 Cowarts 2,223 1,832 21.3%
202 Kinsey 2,211 2,106 5.0%
203 Dora 2,200 1,981 11.1%
204 Brookwood 2,192 2,330 -5.9%
205 Vincent 2,162 1,916 12.8%
206 Midland City 2,144 2,759 -22.3%
207 Camden 2,142 2,224 -3.7%
208 Butler 2,136 1,796 18.9%
209 Samson 2,086 2,051 1.7%
210 Sulligent 2,083 1,703 22.3%
211 Loxley 2,077 2,187 -5.0%
212 Collinsville 2,074 2,478 -16.3%
213 Cedar Bluff 2,067 1,873 10.4%
214 Henagar 2,059 2,511 -18.0%
215 Linden 2,041 2,746 -25.7%
216 Selmont-West Selmont 2,040 3,316 -38.5%
217 Owens Cross Roads 2,029 1,422 42.7%
218 Lipscomb 2,024 1,860 8.8%
219 Stevenson 1,982 2,637 -24.8%
220 Unio 1,969 1,784 10.4%
221 Graysville 1,965 2,370 -17.1%
222 Slocomb 1,953 2,965 -34.1%
223 Crossville 1,945 1,770 9.9%
224 Ashland 1,943 2,637 -26.3%
225 Thorsby 1,938 2,239 -13.4%
226 Cordova 1,927 2,015 -4.4%
227 Georgiana 1,914 1,624 17.9%
228 Reform 1,907 1,997 -4.5%
229 Ragland 1,899 2,192 -13.4%
230 Creola 1,887 1,851 1.9%
231 Rehobeth 1,862 1,506 23.6%
232 Gordo 1,856 1,820 2.0%
233 Blountsville 1,838 1,584 16.0%
234 Morris 1,831 1,830 0.1%
235 Vernon 1,811 2,327 -22.2%
236 Lookout Mountain 1,805 1,604 12.5%
237 Malvern 1,773 1,353 31.0%
238 Sardis City 1,763 1,625 8.5%
239 Elberta 1,741 1,676 3.9%
240 Vance 1,732 1,384 25.1%
241 Newton 1,722 1,643 4.8%
242 Flomaton 1,695 1,987 -14.7%
243 Concord 1,690 1,662 1.7%
244 Sylvan Springs 1,670 1,664 0.4%
245 Coaling 1,635 2,101 -22.2%
246 Locust Fork 1,631 1,009 61.6%
247 Fort Deposit 1,630 1,115 46.2%
248 Stewartville 1,627 2,067 -21.3%
249 Elmore 1,607 1,059 51.7%
250 Westover 1,603 822 95.0%
251 Blue Ridge 1,602 1,451 10.4%
252 Coats Bend 1,600 1,183 35.2%
253 Marbury 1,573 1,364 15.3%
254 Grove Hill 1,573 1,415 11.2%
255 Florala 1,549 2,820 -45.1%
256 Brookside 1,538 1,140 34.9%
257 Phil Campbell 1,513 875 72.9%
258 Harpersville 1,506 1,927 -21.8%
259 Axis 1,473 835 76.4%
260 Frisco City 1,459 1,516 -3.8%
261 Ballplay 1,458 2,118 -31.2%
262 Webb 1,453 1,539 -5.6%
263 Fayetteville 1,432 1,059 35.2%
264 Redstone Arsenal 1,414 2,372 -40.4%
265 Double Springs 1,408 1,961 -28.2%
266 Carbon Hill 1,402 2,123 -34.0%
267 Berry 1,400 1,126 24.3%
268 Shoal Creek 1,398 928 50.6%
269 Falkville 1,373 1,158 18.6%
270 Rock Creek 1,369 1,621 -15.5%
271 Fyffe 1,357 930 45.9%
272 West Blocton 1,352 1,629 -17.0%
273 Deatsville 1,350 829 62.8%
274 Hackleburg 1,341 1,824 -26.5%
275 Goodwater 1,311 1,517 -13.6%
276 Shelby 1,305 1,467 -11.0%
277 Ardmore 1,305 1,167 11.8%
278 Munford 1,305 1,621 -19.5%
279 Ohatchee 1,293 1,360 -4.9%
280 Cottonwood 1,291 1,256 2.8%
281 Bear Creek 1,256 1,123 11.8%
282 Hayden 1,252 553 126.4%
283 Mount Vernon 1,243 1,381 -10.0%
284 Tidmore Bend 1,237 911 35.8%
285 Dauphin Island 1,229 1,375 -10.6%
286 New Market 1,205 1,850 -34.9%
287 Killen 1,196 1,384 -13.6%
288 Rogersville 1,177 1,234 -4.6%
289 Cleveland 1,167 1,665 -29.9%
290 Town Creek 1,136 1,068 6.4%
291 Steele 1,133 1,059 7.0%
292 New Brockton 1,127 1,450 -22.3%
293 Coosada 1,116 1,342 -16.8%
294 Parrish 1,108 874 26.8%
295 Littleville 1,104 990 11.5%
296 Camp Hill 1,101 964 14.2%
297 Leesburg 1,092 879 24.2%
298 New Union 1,091 1,173 -7.0%
299 Powell 1,089 1,795 -39.3%
300 Leighton 1,088 657 65.6%
301 Hollywood 1,088 1,059 2.7%
302 Douglas 1,077 801 34.5%
303 Minor 1,074 1,038 3.5%
304 Mosses 1,073 1,158 -7.3%
305 Millport 1,061 858 23.7%
306 Carrollton 1,056 937 12.7%
307 Eclectic 1,042 918 13.5%
308 Brilliant 1,037 1,097 -5.5%
309 Hayneville 1,028 1,424 -27.8%
310 Summerdale 1,026 698 47.0%
311 Clio 1,018 2,343 -56.6%
312 Vandiver 1,016 1,168 -13.0%
313 Excel 1,013 642 57.8%

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