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Crossville Population: 2,152

Total Males: 1,080
Total Females: 1,072
Median Household Income: $41,103
Total Households: 708

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Brief Information About Crossville


Crossville is a town in DeKalb County, Alabama. It is part of the Fort Payne Metro Area. It has a total area of 6.0 square miles, all of which is land. It is situated on top of Sand Mountain. The town was incorporated in 1942.

Management, local businesses, construction, production and transportation are the major economic activities here. It has a number of churches of different denominations. Public education is administered by the DeKalb County School System, comprising one elementary and one high school. The closest hospital is the Marshall Medical Center South, located about 14 miles away in Boaz. Crossville' cost of living is 14.90% lower than the country average, making living here comparatively cheaper.

The town gets about 56 inches of rain annually, with about 103 days having measurable precipitation. Snowfall is about an inch annually.



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