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County Details
County #029: Cleburne MSA: Area of State: East Central
Communities: Edwardsville, Fruithurst, Heflin, Ranburne
Population and Income Estimates
  County 15-mile Radius 30-mile Radius 45-mile Radius
2010 Census
14,972 61,138 252,856 648,656
2018 Estimate
15,106 60,503 254,555 661,455
2023 Projection
15,022 59,637 254,953 670,731
2018 Est. Median Household Income
$37,259 $40,886 $42,893 $45,497
2018 Est. Median Age
42 41 39 40

Source: ESRI. Note: Radius data is from county seat. Portions of the Data include the intellectual property of Esri and its licensors and are used under license. Copyright © 2017 Esri and its licensors. All rights reserved.
County Labor Analysis
2017 Labor Force
County Civilian Labor Force Employment Unemployment Unemployment Rate
Cleburne 5,742 5,486 256 4.5%
2015 Workforce Commuting Patterns
There are 1,073 county residents working in the county and 4,232 working outside of the county. Additionally, there are a total of 1,031 residents living outside of Cleburne county that commute to jobs within the county.
Top Five Counties Receiving Workers
1. Calhoun    2. Carroll, GA   3. Jefferson
4. Haralson, GA   5. Talladega
Top Five Counties Sending Workers
1. Calhoun    2. Randolph    3. Carroll, GA
4. Talladega    5. Clay

Source: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S.Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) , OnTheMap application.
County Employment by Industry
Total: 2,140
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting: 69
Mining: **
Utilities: **
Construction: 255
Manufacturing: 311
Wholesale Trade: 35
Retail Trade: 35
Transportation and Warehousing: **
Information: **
Finance and Insurance: 49
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing: 13
Professional and Technical Services: 11
Management of Companies and Enterprises: **
Administrative and Waste Services: 23
Educational Services: **
Health Care and Social Assistance: 62
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation: **
Accommodation and Food Services: 154
Other Services (except public administration): 49
Total Federal Government: 43
Total State Government: 118
Total Local Government: 604
 
County Wage by Industry
Total: $91,541,546
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting: $2,072,769
Mining: **
Utilities: **
Construction: $23,665,375
Manufacturing: $17,762,916
Wholesale Trade: $1,136,767
Retail Trade: $1,136,767
Transportation and Warehousing: **
Information: **
Finance and Insurance: $1,972,984
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing: $455,191
Professional and Technical Services: $276,157
Management of Companies and Enterprises: **
Administrative and Waste Services: $734,318
Educational Services: **
Health Care and Social Assistance: $1,453,955
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation: **
Accommodation and Food Services: $1,927,368
Other Services (except public administration): $1,902,193
Total Federal Government: $2,228,671
Total State Government: $3,458,013
Total Local Government: $21,845,105
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, 2017 annual averages. Note: **Data do not meet BLS or state agency disclosure standards.
Major Employers in Cleburne County
Major Manufacturing Employers in Cleburne County
Source: Local economic development contacts
Education
2018 County Population 25 Plus by Education Attainment
Graduate/Professional Degree:   5.8%
Bachelors Degree: 6.5%
Associates Degree: 5.3%
Some College, No Degree: 19.6%
High School Graduate/GED: 37.6%
9-12th Grade (No Diploma): 18.1%
Less than 9th Grade: 7.2%

Source: ESRI. Note: Portions of the Data include the intellectual property of Esri and its licensors and are used under license. Copyright © 2017 Esri and its licensors. All rights reserved.
Colleges and Universities

Source: Alabama Commission on Higher Education. Note: Information on Alabama’s two and four year colleges can be found on the Commission’s website http://http://www.ache.state.al.us/Content/CollegesUniversities/AlaInstitutionMap.aspx


School Systems
Cleburne County

Source: Alabama Department of Education; www.alsde.edu. Note: Detailed information on Alabama’s public school systems and individual schools can be accessed on the Alabama Department of Education website; http://www.alsde.edu/Home/Reports/ReportsBySite.aspx
Taxes
2017 County Profile General Tax Structure
Ad Valorem Tax     Alabama has a state property tax rate of 6.5 mills (3 mills for education). Both county and city can levy property tax. All real and personal business property is assessed at 20% of fair market value.

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Other Business Related Taxes County (Outside Incorporated Areas) State
State Tax General Rate: 2.00% 4.00%
Use Tax General Rate: 2.00% 4.00%
Sales Tax on Machinery: 0.50% 1.50%
Use Tax on Machinery: 0.50% 1.50%
Source: Alabama Department of Revenue; www.ador.state.al.us. Note: Information on business-related taxes is available on the Alabama Department of Revenue website at www.ador.state.al.us. Construction materials are taxed at the general rate. Inventories and goods-in-process are not taxed.
Transportation
Interstates in County: I-20      
Federal Highways in County:
Railroads Serving County: Norfolk Southern      

Source: Alabama Department of Transportation Intermodal Division, www.dot.state.al.us

Commercial Air Service General Aviation Service
Nearest commerical air service: Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport Nearest general aviation facility: Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
Atlanta, GA Birmingham, AL

Source: EDPA Survey of Commercial Airports; Alabama Department of Transportation Aeronautics Bureau; www.dot.state.al.us; Airnav.com