Cullman County

Cullman, AL: What you need to know

Cullman is one of the fastest growing communities in the state, and among the many reasons for that are its excellent schools, natural beauty including access to beautiful Smith Lake, a job-ready workforce and robust economy — it ranks No. 1 statewide for overall economic development and expansion. It checks all the boxes for good infrastructure and access, with a location just off Interstate 65 that is almost exactly the midway point between Huntsville and Birmingham. Despite its longtime perception as a younger sibling of sorts to these bigger-city neighbors, Cullman is "growing up" while not sacrificing its small-town charms.


Cullman, AL City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 15,014
Median Age 39
Median Household Income $38,746
Median Home Price $139,700

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Cullman, AL Demographics

Median Population in Cullman, AL

Median Age 39.2%
Age 18 Over 78.1%
Age 21 Over 73.9%
Age 62 Over 22.4%
Age 65 Over 19.2%

Race in Cullman, AL

  Ethnicity White 95.6%
  Ethnicity Black 0.9%
  Ethnicity Asian 0.7%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 6.2%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.5%
  Ethnicity Other 0.8%

Population By Gender in Cullman, AL

  Male 46.4%
  Female 53.6%

Language in Cullman, AL

  English Only 93.3%
  English Other 6.7%

Economics in Cullman, AL

  Median Household Income $38,746
  Median Home Price $139,700
  Homes Owned 42.2%
  Homes Rent 57.8%
  Median Property Rent $564

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Commute Types in Cullman, AL

  Walked 1.1%
  Worked at Home 1.8%
  Public Transportation 0.1%
  Other Means 0.8%
  Drove Alone 90.5%
  Carpooled 5.7%

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