List of metropolitan areas of Alabama

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Birmingham, largest city and metropolitan area
Huntsville, second largest metropolitan area
Mobile, third largest metropolitan area
Rank Metropolitan Area Population
(2012 Estimate)
Population
(2010 Census)
Counties
1 Birmingham-Hoover 1,136,650 1,128,047 Bibb, Blount, Chilton, Jefferson, St. Clair, Shelby, Walker
2 Huntsville 430,734 417,593 Limestone, Madison
3 Mobile 413,936 412,992 Mobile
4 Montgomery 377,149 374,536 Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, Montgomery
5 Tuscaloosa 233,389 230,162 Greene, Hale, Tuscaloosa
6 Decatur 154,233 153,829 Lawrence, Morgan
7 Dothan 147,620 145,639 Geneva, Henry, Houston
8 Auburn-Opelika 147,257 140,247 Lee
9 Florence-Muscle Shoals 146,988 147,137 Colbert, Lauderdale
10 Anniston-Oxford 117,296 118,572 Calhoun
11 Gadsden 104,392 104,430 Etowah
Total 3,409,644 3,362,483
Rank Combined Statistical area Population
(2012 Estimate)
Population
(2010 Census)
1 Birmingham-Hoover-Cullman 1,309,818 1,302,283
2 Huntsville-Decatur 679,743 664,441
3 Mobile-Daphne-Fairhope 604,726 595,257
4 Columbus-Auburn-Opelika 491,852 469,327
5 Montgomery-Alexander City 429,283 427,691
6 Dothan-Enterprise-Ozark 249,316 245,838
Total 3,764,738 3,704,837

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