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- Pop. Estimate: 164,542 (2019)
- Pop. Last Census: 140,247 (2010)
- Pop. Growth: 16.9%
- Pop/Sq Mile: 230.8 (2010)
- Area: 607.54 (2010) Sq. Miles
- Median House Value: $165,000
- Owner Occupied: 60.3%
- Median Rental Cost: $831
- Avg. Commute To Work Time: 22.2
Fort Cusseta was a wooden stockade built by white settlers to protect against possible Creek Indian attacks. Its ruin still exists today within the small city of Cusseta, Alabama. Following the signing of the Creek Treaty in 1832, the early white settlers built a 16 feet by 30 feet hand-hewn log (...)
Opelika High School
Opelika High School is located in Opelika, Lee County, Alabama. Opelika High School, of the Opelika City Schools, serves students in grades 9-12. The principal is Dr. Farrell Seymore. The school's Assistant Principals are Dr. Amanda Inabinett, Russ Hardwick and Kendrick Myers (...)
Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge
The Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge, also known as the Pea Ridge Covered Bridge, is a locally owned wooden covered bridge that spans Rocky Brook in Lee County, Alabama, United States. It is located halfway down Park Road (formerly the east end of 7th Avenue) at Opelika Municipal Park, which is off (...)
Chewacla, also known as Yongesborough, is an unincorporated community in the northeast corner of Lee County, Alabama, United States. (...)
Opelika (pronounced ) is a city in and the county seat of Lee County in the east central part of the State of Alabama. It is a principal city of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area. According to the 2013 Census Estimate, the population of Opelika was 28,635 (...)