Pell City, AL

Population: 13,489

Key findings

  • Pell City has a Livability Score of 64/100, which is considered below average
  • Pell City crime rates are 25% lower than the Alabama average
  • Cost of living in Pell City is 2% higher than the Alabama average
  • Pell City real estate prices are 26% higher than the Alabama average
  • Rental prices in Pell City are 5% higher than the Alabama average

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      Top Rated Schools in Pell City

      Name Grades Students Proficiency
      Walter M Kennedy SchoolPK - 4493n/a
      Williams Intermediate School5 - 6594n/a
      Pell City High School9 - 121,129n/a
      First Baptist Kinder/DaycarePK - KG13n/a
      Bible Methodist Christian SchoolPK - 1271n/a
      Duran Junior High School8 - 8274n/a
      Duran South7 - 7292n/a
      Eden Elementary SchoolPK - 4379n/a
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      Pell City, AL: Pass This One By

      At first glance Pell City, Alabama seems like it would be a really great place to live. I'm pretty sure that's intentional, because if anyone sticks around long enough to take a second look, you will quickly see that it really is not a very good place to be. The crime rate is bad, the schools are bad, no jobs, no decent housing, even the people are not friendly and seem to be depressed all the time. I've been living in Pell City for just about a year now, and I will not be staying much longer. This is definitely not one of the best areas in the lovely state of Alabama.

      It's kind of a shame that this isn't a nicer place to live because there are some fairly decent attractions and things to do close by. There's DeSoto Caverns, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Noccalula Falls Park and Campgrounds, and the Birmingham Zoo, which is an absolutely amazing place to visit! I highly recommend that. But as for a living here or staying very long at all, sorry but I can't recommend that.
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      Source: The Pell City, AL data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).