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Toney is an unincorporated place included in the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area in Alabama. It is located in northwestern part of Madison County along Limestone Creek that flows through the community. Toney elevates 827 feet above sea level. It has own post office with Zip code 35773. On the recent census, Toney has a total population of 12,582, with an average of 173 people per square mile. 71.48 percent of the race is White. The education system is served by the Madison County school district. Two of the district's schools are located in Toney, the Madison Cross Roads and Sparkman Middle. It is in Central (CST) (UTC-6).



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