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Zip Code:

36319

Population: 672
 
                               
                                   

Description  Columbia  

                               
                               
                                   

Columbia,Alabama  is located in the South East region of the United States near Dothan. It has a population of 672 people 47.02% male and 52.98% female.

                                   

The average high temperature in the summer is 92 degrees with an average low temperature of 39.4 degrees in the winter. You should expect 54.5 inches of annual rainfall and 0.1 inches of annual snowfall.

                                     

The safety score in Columbia is 2 out of 10 with 10 being the worst and 1 being the best (national average is 4). The unemployment rate in Columbia is 8.9%. The average commute time is 24.2 minutes. The overall cost of living score is 68 as compared to a national average of 100. Voter registration in Columbia is 70.09% Republican and 29.29% Democrat. See detailed report below.

Columbia is a town in Marion County, Alabama, United States. It is located along the Tombigbee River in the western part of the state, about 45 miles northwest of Tuscaloosa. As of the 2010 census, the population of Columbia was 1,091. The town was founded in 1820 and was named for Christopher Columbus. It was incorporated in 1821. Columbia was the site of the first county seat of Marion County, but the county seat was moved to Hamilton in 1868. Columbia is home to several historical landmarks, including the Old Courthouse Museum, which was built in 1855 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum contains exhibits on the history of Marion County and the surrounding area. The town is also home to the University of North Alabama, which is located about 10 miles southwest of Columbia. The university is a four-year public institution that was founded in 1830 and is the oldest state-supported institution of higher learning in Alabama. In addition to its historical and educational attractions, Columbia is also a popular destination for outdoor recreation. The Tombigbee River and nearby Pickwick Lake offer opportunities for fishing, boating, and other water activities. The Bankhead National Forest, which is located about 20 miles east of Columbia, offers hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities. Overall, Columbia is a small, historic town that offers a mix of educational and recreational opportunities.

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POPULATION

  • Population 672
  • Population Density 171
  • Population Change -16.42
  • Male Population 47.02
  • Female Population 52.98
  • Married Population 54.84
  • Single Population 45.16

WEATHER & ENVIRONMENT

  • Air Quality 62.4
  • Water Quality 100
  • Snowfall 0.1
  • Pollution 672
  • Rainfall 54.5
  • Sunny Days 229
  • July High 92
  • January Low 39.4
  • Comfort Index 31
  • UV Index 54

CRIME & SAFETY

  • Violent Crime 2
  • Property Crime 2

TAXES

  • Sales Tax 8
  • Income Tax 5
  • Property Tax 2.45

INCOME

  • Household Income 24.57
  • Percent Between 15-25k 15.22
  • Percent Between 25-35k 15.92
  • Percent Between 35-50k16.26
  • Percent between 50-75k 13.15
  • Percent Between 75-100k 5.54
  • Percent Between 100-150k 4.5
  • Percent Between 150-250k 4.5
  • Percent Between 250-500k 0.35
  • Percent Greater Than 500k 0

RELIGION

  • % Religious 65.35
  • % Catholic 4.05
  • % Protestant 0
  • % Mormon0.79
  • % Baptist 45.66
  • % Episcopalian 0.45
  • % Pentecostal 2.94
  • % Lutheran 0.29
  • % Methodist 6.38
  • % Presbyterian 1.29
  • % Other Christian 2.99
  • % Jewish 0.1
  • % Buddhist (Eastern) 0
  • % Islam 0.4

HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION

  • Number Of Households 289
  • Avg. Household Size 2.33
  • Median Home Age 40
  • Median Home Cost 51580
  • Home Appreciation 1.55

HOME STATUS

  • Homes Owned 54.82
  • Homes Vacant 26.65
  • Homes Rented 18.53

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

  • Annual Spend Per Student 4279
  • Student To Teacher Ratio 168
  • Students Per Librarian 396
  • Students Per Counselor 400

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

  • High School Graduation Rate 67.32
  • Percent With Associate Degree 7.24
  • Percent Bachelor Degree 3.95
  • Percent Graduate Degree 3.95

UNEMPLOYMENT

  • Unemployment Rate 8.9
  • Recent Job Growth -7.82
  • Future Job Growth 15.46

COST OF LIVING: National Average = 100

  • Overall Score 68
  • Cost Of Food Score 98
  • Cost Of Utilities Score 85
  • Cost Of Misc Score 90

OCCUPATION TYPE

  • Business / Finance 7.54
  • Professional 12.13
  • Service: 17.7
  • Sales & Office 23.28
  • Farming, Fishery, Forestry 1.97
  • Construction 13.11
  • Transportation 24.26

COMMUTE TIME

  • Av Commute Time 24.2
  • % Auto Alone 85.53
  • % Carpool 7.24
  • % Mass Transit0.99
  • % Work At Home 1.64
  • % < 15 mins 30.87
  • % 15-29 mins 31.88
  • % 30-44 mins 30.2
  • % 45-59 mins 4.03
  • % >= 60 min 3.02

POLITICS

  • Democrat: 29.29
  • Republican: 70.09
  • Independent: 0.613

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