Tuscaloosa County, AL

Population 198,596

Tuscaloosa County, AL Neighborhood Report

Schools

School Rating is Above average
  • No High School Diploma: 11%
  • High School Graduate or Higher: 59%
  • Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 30%

Registered Offenders

69.18% Lower than national avg.

Environmental Hazards

464 Found nearby

Unemployment

Low 2.4%

Property Values

Median Property Value $0

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62 Public Schools view public schools

Summary
There are 62 K-12 public schools in Tuscaloosa County, AL and 7 private schools. Homefacts rates Tuscaloosa County's schools as Above average, with an overall C+ rating.

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96 Registered Offenders search the registered offender database

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Property Report Overview

Average Listing Price
$257,450 compared to December 1969
Median Sales Price
No Data

Median Home Value

Housing Inventory

Property Type
  • Vacant
    17.7%
  • Rented
    31.7%
  • Owned
    50.6%

1,375 Building Permits View All

  • In 2014, the city of Tuscaloosa County, AL issued 1,375 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. Of those 1,375 permits, 429 were issued for single family homes and 946 were issued for multi-family homes.
  • In 2013, the city of Tuscaloosa County, AL issued 1,013 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. Of those 1,013 permits, 572 were issued for single family homes and 441 were issued for multi-family homes.
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Fair Market Rents

**Displaying data from Tuscaloosa County, AL
  • Property Type Rent
  • Studio: $758
  • 1 Bedroom: $762
  • 2 Bedrooms: $927
  • 3 Bedrooms: $1,162
  • 4 Bedrooms: $1,257

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Environmental Hazards

464 Environmental Hazards

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Health Hazards

  • Air Quality HAZARDOUS (0/0)
    Tuscaloosa County, AL has 0% good air quality.
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  • Radon ZONE 2 COUNTY
    Tuscaloosa County, AL is a yellow zone.
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  • UV Index VERY HIGH 7.16 Average
    Tuscaloosa County, AL is a very high risk area for ultra-violet rays.
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Average Monthly Temperature

  • January 45.52°
  • February 47.68°
  • March 56.38°
  • April 64.85°
  • May 72°
  • June 80.74°
  • July 81.96°
  • August 82.5°
  • September 74.57°
  • October 62.73°
  • November 54.3°
  • December 46.93°

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Natural Disasters

Probability of Natural Disasters for Tuscaloosa County, AL

Earthquakes
Tuscaloosa County, AL has a low risk of earthquakes.
Hurricanes
Tuscaloosa County, AL has no risk of hurricanes.
Hail
Tuscaloosa County, AL has a moderate risk of hail storms.
Tornadoes
Tuscaloosa County, AL has a very high risk of tornadoes.

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Median Household Income

Median Household Income in Tuscaloosa County, AL: $47,787

Unemployment

Unemployment in Tuscaloosa County is 2.4%. It is lower than the state and national averages, 2.4% and 7.5% respectively

Workforce Breakdown

Blue Collar - 45.19%
White Collar - 54.81%

Politics

State Representatives

  • Gov. Robert Bentley
  • Sen. Jeff Sessions
  • Sen. Richard C. Shelby

Neighborhood Info

2 Airports view all

Nearest Major Airports

155 FCC Towers view all

2 Hospitals view all