Find a Business Near: Arab, AL

Choose an Industry In Arab



Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Arab for which we have listings. If you do not see your industry within the list below, adding your business will automatically create it.
 

Arab Population: 8,119

Total Males: 3,811
Total Females: 4,308
Median Household Income: $44,224
Total Households: 3,297

For complete census data click here. You can also use: city-data.com.

Business Industries in Arab

 

Don't see your category here? Adding your business in Arab will create it!

Brief Information About Arab


Arab is a city spread between two counties, the Cullman County, Alabama and Marshall County, Alabama. It is part of the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area. The city has a total area of 12.9 square miles. 12.8 square miles of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.62%) is water. It is situated at an elevation of 1,100 feet above mean sea level. The city is served by U.S. Highway 231 and Alabama State Route 69.

The city has a public library, a 100 acre park, and a recreation center. Downtown Arab has stores selling handmade items, antiques, clothing and unique gifts.

Arab's cost of living is 12.40% lower than the country average, making living cheaper here. Contributors to the local economy include production and transport of materials, professional occupations, sales and services.

The town gets about 52 inches of rain annually, with about 100 days having measurable precipitation. Snowfall is about 2 inches annually.




Recent News:







New York Officials Laud Lopez’s Role in Department of Environmental Protectio...
Chris Boyle NEW YORK – Local officials are cheering the involvement of a former state assemblyman — now an administrator at the federal Environmental Protection Agency — in negotiations between New York City and the towns in its watershed.Peter Lopez, Region 2 administrator for the EPA, sent a letter to stat...

Online Marketing Seeing Major Uptick in Light of Reduced Yellow Pages Distrib...
Chris Boyle NEW YORK – Across the nation and around the world, distribution of the iconic Yellow Pages book is on the decline; between the ease and convenience of digital and online-based alternatives such as smartphones and the cost – both financial and environmental – in creating print phone directories, t...