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Andalusia Population: 9,028

Total Males: 4,527
Total Females: 4,501
Median Household Income: $31,823
Total Households: 3,627

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Brief Information About Andalusia

Andalusia is a city in and the county seat of Covington County, Alabama. The community was settled in 1841, and was incorporated in 1884. The city has a total area of 19.0 square miles. 18.9 square miles of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.47%) is water.

The city is known for tthe World Championship Domino Tournament held here. Andalusia Elementary School, Andalusia Middle School, and Andalusia High School comprise the school system here. The city also has two local radio stations, as well as a local newspaper. The local airport is the Andalusia-Opp Airport, which is located about five miles east of the central business district of the city.

Some of the major employers here are Shaw Industries, ClientLogic, H.B. Paulk Opp, American Apparel, Anderson's Peanuts, Inc., Andalusia Distributing, and a few more. Andalusia's cost of living is 16.70% lower than the country average, making living significantly cheaper here.

The city gets about 59 inches of rain annually, with about 105 days having measurable precipitation.

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