Huntsville metropolitan area

Metropolitan statistical area on the northern border of Alabama.

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Madison, Alabama

City located primarily in Madison County, near the northern border of the U.S. state of Alabama.

Southern Railroad Depot, Madison

The city is included in the Huntsville Metropolitan Area, the second-largest in the state, and is also included in the merged Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area.

Madison County, Alabama

Located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Alabama.

Farm fields near New Market

Madison County is included in the Huntsville, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Limestone County, Alabama

County of the U.S. state of Alabama.

Historical marker on the northwest side of the courthouse
Historic buildings in Elkmont

Limestone County is included in the Huntsville, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Huntsville, Alabama

City in Madison County, Limestone County, and Morgan County, Alabama, United States.

The Big Spring, the center of the street plan in Twickenham (renamed "Huntsville" in 1812)
Wade House, 1939, photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston
A Union officer of General Mitchell's army sketched Huntsville during the 1862 occupation
Child workers at Merrimac Mills in Huntsville, November 1910, photograph by Lewis Hine
Historic rockets in Rocket Park of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Looking west, a view of Huntsville from atop Chapman Mountain. From south to north (left to right), Downtown Huntsville, Interstate 565, U.S. Space & Rocket Center, the Madison County Jail, University Drive, and Memorial Parkway are all visible.
A view of South Huntsville from atop Monte Sano Mountain
Map of racial distribution in Huntsville, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Space Shuttle Pathfinder at Space Camp
Big Spring International Park
Huntsville's Administration Building, also known as City Hall
The Saturn V replica at the US Space and Rocket Center stands as a prominent landmark near mile 15 on Interstate 565.
The main building of Huntsville Hospital

The Huntsville metropolitan area's population was 491,723 as of 2020, making it the second most populous metropolitan area in the state after the Birmingham metropolitan area.

North Alabama

Region of the U.S. state of Alabama.

Map of North Alabama counties shaded in, with metropolitan areas labeled. (counties not included in a metropolitan area are shaded in red)
Little River Canyon is a distinct feature of North Alabama’s Cumberland Plateau region.
Huntsville is the largest city in North Alabama
Wilson Dam is a part of the Tennessee Valley Authority's valuable impact on the North Alabama economy.
The University of North Alabama is Alabama’s oldest public university.

Huntsville metropolitan area (Pop. 481,681. Principal cities: Huntsville, Madison, Athens)


Commercial radio station licensed to Trinity, Alabama.

WVNN-AM-FM primarily serve North Alabama, including the Huntsville metropolitan area.

Area codes 256 and 938

Area codes 256 and 938 are telephone numbering plan codes that mostly cover North Alabama as well as some eastern portions of the state.

Region covered by area code 256/938 in Alabama

Huntsville Metropolitan Area

Clement C. Clay Bridge

Two bridge span over the Tennessee River just south of Huntsville in the northern part of the U.S. state of Alabama.

CC Clay Bridge, April 2004. 1931 span in the foreground.

The bridge carries US-231 and unsigned SR-53 between the Huntsville Metropolitan Area and the Decatur Metropolitan Area.

Decatur, Alabama

Largest city and county seat of Morgan County (with a portion also in Limestone County) in the U.S. state of Alabama.

Old State Bank
Confederate statue at Morgan County Courthouse in Decatur
Delta IV rocket
Balloons inflating at the 1990 Alabama Jubilee
Replica of historic structure in the re-constructed Rose Garden in Delano Park
Incumbent mayor Tab Bowling
Captain William J. Hudson "Steamboat Bill" Memorial Bridges

Combined with the Huntsville Metropolitan Area, the two create the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area, of which Decatur is the second-largest city.

Mobile metropolitan area

[[File:Mobile-Daphne-Fairhope CSA.png|thumb|right|225px|Location of the Mobile–Daphne–Fairhope CSA and its components:

Aerial view of the Mobile River at its confluence with Chickasaw Creek. This photograph was taken around 1990, during construction of the Cochrane-Africatown bridge carrying U.S. Route 90 across the river.

The Mobile metropolitan area is the third-largest metropolitan area in the state of Alabama, after Birmingham and Huntsville.