Want to know the population & steets in Boligee City? Check out the map below. You'll find out which race is the largest in each district. Then, find out what that racial diversity looks like. The darker the shade, the greater the racial diversity in Boligee. The diversity score is the number of people of different races and ethnicities living in a specific area. The higher the diversity score, the more ethnically diverse an area is. You'll find areas that are greener or reder than average in diversity. Obviously, you'll want to look for areas with a variety of races. If all the homes are white, for instance, that would be considered low diversity.
The area's historical earthquake activity is much greater than the Alabama average, and is close to the US average (15). This may be because the area is known for its storms and windstorms. Boligee County is also prone to tornadoes, hurricanes, and winter storms. Its median household income and house values are lower than the state average. It's not surprising to find that Brad Hubbert grew up in Boligee County.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Boligee City was 420 people in 2010. This is a little under half of the population. In fact, a mere 1% of the population was under 18.