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

You may be wondering about the Population & Steets in Enterprise. The following table shows the current Population and Steets for the city. It is important to note that many of the buildings in Enterprise are very old and date back to 1916-1917. The infusion of funds led to an illusion of growth. At the time, the local realtor was predicting 5000 residents within five years. One of the major building projects had been billed as the largest retail building between Boise and Portland. It appeared that Enterprise was on the rise, as the cornerstone was laid for the huge retail project.

The first white settler was William Bennett. Bennett Flat was a natural roundup center for cattle and race tracks. This water and alkali salts drew cattle from miles around. As a result, the city became the hub of a large stock business. The first two generations of white settlers were attracted to the area and eventually settled here. The town was named after William Bennett, a man who founded the city in 1879.

Coffee County, Alabama, is home to the city of Enterprise. Enterprise has a population of 28,997. The city is in the Central Daylight Time Zone, six hours behind Coordinated Universal Time. It has seven banks. The largest one is Regions Bank, followed by Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, and Trinity Bank. The two largest banks in Enterprise are Regions Bank and Wells Fargo Bank, National Association.