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Smiths Station Population: 4,991

Total Males: 2,467
Total Females: 2,524
Median Household Income: $42,156
Total Households: 1,775

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Brief Information About Smiths Station


Smiths Station or also known as Smiths is a city located in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is within Lee County and a member of the Columbus, Georgia-Phenix City, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was first settled in 1845. Smiths Station derived its name from a prominent settler, Mr. Broadus Smith. On June 22, 2001, it became an incorporated place and recognized as the 2nd newest city next to Center Point. According to the census of 2010, Smiths Station had a total population of 4,926 and population density of 772.04/sq mi. Races are predominantly 84.79 percent white, 0.39 percent asian, 0.38 percent black, and 0.74 percent others.  Smiths Station High School is a lone school within the area.  Smiths Station is a member of the Lee County Schools. Zip code is 36877.




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