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Tallassee Population: 4,816

Total Males: 2,272
Total Females: 2,544
Median Household Income: $31,637
Total Households: 1,762

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Tallassee is a city in both Elmore and Tallapoosa counties, Alabama. It is joined by the two rivers, moving to the west is Coosa River and the east is Tallapoosa River. Tallassee consists of 3 schools the Tallassee High School, Southside Middle School, and Tallassee Elementary School which all members of Tallassee City School System. According to the census of 2010, the total population of Tallassee was 4,819 with a population density of 443.11/sq mi. Races in Tallassee were 80.34 percent White, 17.61 percent Black, 0.34 percent Native American, 0.30 percent Asian, and 0.18 percent from other races. Estimated per capita income was $22,829. Zip codes are 36045 and 36078.



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