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Wilton Population: 835

Total Males: 389
Total Females: 446
Median Household Income: $43,295
Total Households: 305

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Wilton, also previously known as Birmingham Junction, Bismark, and Catoosa is located in the U.S. state of Alabama. It nestled in Shelby County included in the Birmingham–Hoover–Cullman Combined Statistical Area. The named Wilton is to honor the Wilton of England. Wilton total land area is approximately 0.8 square miles at 33°4′54″N 86°52′46″W. It has an elevation of 397 feet above sea level. The Woods-Cleveland-Cooling House of Wilton is part of the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage. Wilton total population on the 2010 census was 687. It had a population density of 712.64/sq mi. Wilton Zip codes are 35035 and 35187.



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