Attalla, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Attalla was incorporated as a town on February 5, 1872. Its history predates the incorporation, however, and it occupied the site of a Creek Indian village. This village had great significance during the Creek War and was located along the banks of Line Creek, also known as Radliff Creek. The town followed the course of these two creeks, and eventually the town's southern border was determined by the Big Wills Creek.

Attalla is ethnically diverse. Its residents report being of White, African-American, and Black races. Many residents also claim German, Irish, English, and Haitian ancestry. Although Spanish is spoken widely in the city, English is the primary language. The city's population is surprisingly low density. There are not many college students or noisy groups in Attalla. The city is a quiet one, and it is a great place to raise a family or raise a child.

Attalla is a city in Etowah County, Alabama. The city is home to 6048 residents. Its population is comprised of 2841 households. The majority of residents are black, but the city is also home to several American Indians and two Native Hawaiians. Its location is close to Stowers Hill and Happy Hollow, and is located south of Curtis Palmer.

The median household income in Attalla, AL is $39,247. This figure is lower than the national median of $65,712 and is higher than the average of neighboring and parent geographies. Compared to other cities, Attalla residents own two cars on average. A median household in the city of Attalla, AL has two cars, one of which is a false car.