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Eufaula Population: 13,086

Total Males: 6,240
Total Females: 6,846
Median Household Income: $34,026
Total Households: 5,058

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Brief Information About Eufaula


Eufaula is a city in Barbour County, Alabama. It is part of the Eufaula Metro Area, and it has a total area of 73.5 square miles. 59.4 square miles of the area is land, and the rest is water. The city sits on a reservoir locally known as Eufaula, otherwise called the Walter F. George Lake. Settled in 1816, it was incorporated in 1843.

Tourism, light manufacturing, industry, service and agriculture (notably peanut and cotton) are the major contributors to the local economy. Tourism is centered around the lake. A number of buildings in the city are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Manufacturing involves building materials and auto parts. The Eufaula City School System takes care of the public schooling, with one primary, one elementary, one middle and one high school. The local airport is the Weedon Field Airport. The closest hospital is Medical Center Barbour on Washington Street. Eufaula's cost of living is 14.10% lower than the country average, making living here comparatively cheaper.

The city gets 56 inches of rain annually. The number of days with any measurable precipitation, in a year, is 105.



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