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Where is Madison County, Alabama?

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Madison County is a county equivalent area found in Alabama, USA. The county government of Madison is found in the county seat of Huntsville.

With a total 2,104.89 sq. km of land and water area, Madison County, Alabama is the 1149th largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 350,299 people, Madison County has a total 152226 households earning 58434 on average per year.

Madison County, Alabama - Quick Facts

FIPS Code 1089
Area Codes 256
Time Zone CST
Major Cities Huntsville (population: 194,871), Madison (population: 56,076), Harvest (population: 21,191), Owens Cross Roads (population: 14,567), Toney (population: 13,413), Hazel Green (population: 13,098), New Market (population: 11,917), Meridianville (population: 6,564), Gurley (population: 6,425), New Hope (population: 5,189)
Land Area 135,251 sq miles
Water Area 802 sq miles
Household Income $58,434
Housing Units 152,226
Median Home Value $164,500
High School Grads 90% of population
Holders of Bachelors Degrees 39% of population
Retail Spending $14,145 per capita
Food & Accomodation Sales $596,324 per capita
Universities and Colleges Huntsville Bible College, Alabama A & M University, Oakwood University

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This page was last modified on June 30, 2016.