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

If you're looking for the population & steets of Prattville City, Alabama, you've come to the right place. The city of Prattville is situated in central Alabama, about 13 miles from Montgomery. The city is part of the greater Montgomery metropolitan area, which includes Autauga, Elmore and Montgomery counties. It is considered "the Preferred City" of the region. It is surrounded by Interstate 65 and US Highway 82, and crosses Alabama Highway 14 on its east side.

The median age for residents of Prattville is 36.7. This is higher than the Alabama median of 34.7. Meanwhile, foreign-born citizens make up a quarter of the population. A family of four can expect to pay $128,472 on average. The population of Prattville is ethnically diverse. The majority of residents are White, while the remainder are Black or African-American.

The city is a bedroom community for Montgomery, so its proximity to downtown Montgomery contributes to its growth. Approximately 45 percent of Prattvillians work outside of the city, and many commuters do so as well. Nearby Montgomery is a popular destination for business people and government employees. Many state and association offices are located in the city. The town is also popular among military personnel, who are drawn to the high quality of the public schools and low crime rates in this area.

The growth of Prattville began in the 1960s, when it expanded from a population of 6,616 to 13,116. This spurt of growth continued in the 1990s, when the city expanded from 19,816 residents to 24,303 people. The population of Prattville City was 33,960 by the 2010 census. The population of Prattville City is estimated to reach 35,050 by 2020.