Ranked in the 40th percentile


  • Mobile is ranked #224 in Alabama
  • Mobile is ranked #17,502 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
  • Low Cost of Living
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Mobile, AL

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Parkhill, Mobile8274,601
Orange Grove, Mobile811785
College Park, Mobile815.73,507
Country Club, Mobile817.21,931
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Berkleigh, Mobile818.54,219
Di Grado, Mobile8011.51,908
Llanfair, Mobile805.92,653
Hannon Park, Mobile792.21,886

Best Cities Near Mobile, AL

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Spanish Fort, AL828.47,825
Orange Beach, AL8038.75,791
Daphne, AL809.824,295
Fairhope, AL8015.417,996
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Point Clear, AL7615.92,272
Lillian, AL7640.81,298
Hurley, MS7527.41,020
Saraland, AL748.913,778
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Living in Mobile, AL - A Pleasant Experience

We have lived in Mobile, AL for six years now and there's very little I can say that isn't good about this place. The city lies near the Gulf of Mexico and we love going to the Gulf to watch the ships and barges. In April, we plan on at least one day to spend at the Azalea Trail Festival, which goes through 30 miles of antebellum homes when the azalea bushes are blooming. It's a spectacular sight. We spend a few nights a week dining out in Mobile and have found the best Creole-style gumbo in the state. If there's anything I have to complain about in Mobile, it's the humidity. We relocated to Mobile from Phoenix, one of the driest places in the country and after six years, still haven't gotten the hang of dealing with the warm humid days of summer. All in all, however, we love the spectacular, historic architecture of the city, which reflects the English, French and Spanish influences in the city. Along with the gorgeous old oak trees and the Spanish moss, walking around Mobile is a true delight. Shopping in Mobile is fun, too, especially the fish markets where we can't get enough of the freshly caught seafood at prices that we can afford, compared to those we found in land-locked Phoenix. We have a nice home near Mobile's historic shopping district, where we find some of the most incredible antiques, art and handmade gifts. Mobile has a vibrant performing arts community and we enjoy its art galleries, symphony orchestra, ballet and opera company. Overall, living in Mobile has been a pleasant experience for us.
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Source: The Mobile, AL data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).