Hoover and Auburn, Alabama

Hoover, Alabama

Hoover
City in the United States
Location
State Alabama
County Jefferson County, Alabama
Shelby County, Alabama
Coordinates 33°23’10″N, 86°48’20″WL
General
Surface 126.44 km²
– country 123.94 km²
– water 2.5 km²
Residents
(April 1, 2020)
92,606
(747 inhabitants/km²)
Website hooveral.org

According to iTypeJob, Hoover is a city within a city in Jefferson and Shelby counties in the state of Alabama, United States. The city is a suburb of Birmingham and had a population of 67,469 in 2005. In the city is the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium where the minor league baseball team Birmingham Barons plays its home games. The city has gained prominence with the advent of MTV ‘s documentary / reality series Two-A-Days set in and around Hoover High School.

Nearby places

Hoover

  • Bessemer (14 km)
  • Birmingham (15 km)
  • Brighton (14 km)
  • Cahaba Heights (11 km)
  • Chelsea (16km)
  • Fairfield (14 km)
  • Helena (13 km)
  • Homewood (9 km)
  • Indian Springs Village (6 km)
  • Lake Purdy (11 km)
  • Lipscomb (12 km)
  • Meadowbrook (11 km)
  • Midfield (14 km)
  • Mountain Brook (13 km)
  • Pelham (9 km)
  • Vestavia Hills (6 km)

Auburn (Alabama)

Auburn
Place in the United States
Location of Auburn in Alabama
Location of Alabama in the US
Location
County Lee County
Type of place City
State Alabama
Coordinates 32° 36′ N, 85° 29′ WL
General
Surface 158.36 km²
– country 155.72 km²
– water 2.64 km²
Inhabitants
(2006)
51,906
(333 inhabitant/km²)
Height 189 m
Other
ZIP code(s) 36800–36899, 36801, 36803, 36806, 36809, 36810, 36812, 36814, 36816, 36819, 36821, 36824, 36827, 36830, 36831, 36833, 36834, 36837, 36840, 36842, 36846, 36849, 36852, 36857, 36858, 36859, 36860, 36861, 36853, 36863, 36868, 36870, 36872, 36874, 36875, 36877, 36879, 36881, 36882, 36883, 36885, 36887, 36889, 36891, 36893, 36894, 36898, 36897
FIPS code 03076
Website auburnalabama.org
City Hall

Aerial view of the Auburn University campus

Auburn is a city in the US state of Alabama, which is administratively part of Lee County.

Demographics

In the 2000 census, the population was set at 42,987. In 2006, the United States Census Bureau estimated the population at 51,906, an increase of 8,919 (20.7%).

Geography

According to the United States Census Bureau, the place occupies an area of ​​102.4 km², of which 101.3 km² is land and 1.1 km² is water. Auburn is approximately 189 m above sea level.

Nearby places

The figure below shows the places within 20 miles of Auburn.

Auburn

  • Camp Hill (28 km)
  • Loachapoka (11 km)
  • Notasulga (18 km)
  • Opelika (10 km)
  • Tuskegee (28 km)
  • Waverley (18 km)

Born

  • Frederick Chapman Robbins (1916-2003), virologist, pediatrician and Nobel laureate (1954)

Auburn, Alabama