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Wadley Population: 782

Total Males: 361
Total Females: 421
Median Household Income: $28,750
Total Households: 244

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Wadley is a town located in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is within Randolph County. Wadley total area is approximately 1.4 square miles at 33°7′24″N 85°33′59″W. It is elevated by 682 feet above sea level. The town became an incorporated in 1908. Wadley High School is within the town of Wadley with more than 400 children enrollees in all grades. It is also home to the Wadley campus of Southern Union State Community College. As of 2010 census, Wadley had a total population of 751 people. The population density was about 506.53/sq mi. It has an average travel time of 22 minutes. Wadley has Zip code 36276.



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