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Aliceville Population: 3,486

Total Males: 1,661
Total Females: 1,825
Median Household Income: $18,847
Total Households: 1,257

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Brief Information About Aliceville


Aliceville is a city in Pickens County, Alabama. The city has a total area of 4.5 square miles, all of which is land.

Recreation options include boating, camping, golf, tennis, fishing, hunting, and sight seeing, all of which are available year round. Other attractions include the Aliceville POW Museum (documents and artifacts of the WWII era), the Tom Bevill Visitor Center, the Pickensville First Methodist Church- the oldest in the county, and many more.

Aliceville's cost of living is 17.60% lower than the country average, making living significantly cheaper here. Contributors to the local economy include production and transport of materials, professional occupations, sales and services, along with a minor contribution by fishing and forestry related activities.

The city gets about 53 inches of rain annually, with about 86 days having measurable precipitation. Snowfall is about an inch annually.




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