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Where is DeKalb County, Alabama?

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DeKalb County is a county equivalent area found in Alabama, USA. The county government of DeKalb is found in the county seat of Fort Payne.

With a total 2,016.79 sq. km of land and water area, DeKalb County, Alabama is the 1214th largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 71,065 people, DeKalb County has a total 30861 households earning 37851 on average per year.

DeKalb County, Alabama offers the following attraction to visitors: Little River Canyon National Preserve Fort Payne

DeKalb County, Alabama - Quick Facts

FIPS Code 1049
Area Codes 256
Time Zone CST
Major Cities Fort Payne (population: 21,196), Crossville (population: 8,304), Rainsville (population: 7,740), Collinsville (population: 6,512), Henagar (population: 5,384), Fyffe (population: 4,911), Valley Head (population: 3,571), Ider (population: 2,140), Sylvania (population: 1,939), Mentone (population: 1,888)
Land Area 27,438 sq miles
Water Area 777 sq miles
Household Income $37,851
Housing Units 30,861
Median Home Value $93,400
High School Grads 71% of population
Holders of Bachelors Degrees 11% of population
Retail Spending $9,303 per capita
Food & Accomodation Sales $67,915 per capita

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This page was last modified on June 30, 2016.