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Vina Population: 370

Total Males: 182
Total Females: 188
Median Household Income: $22,171
Total Households: 141

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Vina is a town located in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is within Franklin County on the Tennessee Valley Divide approximately  7 miles to Red Bay in northwest and 21 miles to Hamilton in south. Vina was incorporated in 1909. Vina High School is known as an excellent educational institution. The town is elevated by 682 feet above sea level. In 2010, the total population of Vina was 358 with a population density of 74.15/sq mi. Estimated per capita income in 2015 was $17,854. Recent job growth is positively increased by 0.71 percent. Vina has Zip code 35593.



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