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

Are you wondering what the Population & Steets in Monroevile City look like? If so, you are not alone. Many people are curious to know what their neighbors are like, so we decided to compile some information for you. Read on to learn more. The Population & Steets in Monroeville City were reported by AreaVibes users. Read the results below and then decide if Monroeville is right for you.

A quick look at the population of Monroeville will show you where the majority of residents are from. Currently, the percentage of non-natives is around 55%, but that's not the case everywhere. In fact, the highest percentage of people who live in Monroeville are immigrants, which is somewhat surprising considering the city's low level of naturalization. If you're interested in learning more about Monroeville's diverse population, check out this page.

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Before a town became Monroeville, it was known as Centerville. It was named Monroeville after the legal papers were transferred from Claiborne to Monroeville. In the 1920s, the town was a thriving cotton town, and the local economy flourished. The Monroeville County Airport was established in 1967. There are two major highways leading through the town. Interstate 65 and Alabama Highway 21 lead north to Monroeville, while Highway 41 runs northwest to southeast toward I-65. The Alabama Railroad Company and the Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway run through Monroeville.