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Experience outdoor fun season after season, year after year, in beautiful Ozark, Alabama.

 

Population             

 

Ozark

 

 Dale County

 

   MSA 

  1980 Census  

12,205

 

  47,821

 

122,453

  1990 Census  

13,030

 

  49,633

 

130,964

  2000 Census  

15,119

 

  49,129

 

137,926

  2010 Census   14,907   50,251    

 

Tri-state labor force: 168,000    

          

The Ozark area is 409 feet above sea level.  
Average annual rainfall:            59 inches  
Average January low:          65 degrees F  
Average January high:         39 degrees F  
Average July low:                59 degrees F  
Average July high:              89 degrees F  

    

Education

School Enrollment

#Schools

Private/Parochial School                                           

99

1

Public Schools (City)

   

  Elementary

1,012

3

  Middle

854

1

  Senior High/Vocational

837

1

  Other (Non-Profit)

201

1

Public Schools (County)

   

  K through 12/Vocational

2,718

 

Wallace Community College

4,651

 

Alabama Aviation College (Enterprise-Ozark Community College)

   989

 

Troy University Dothan

1,932

 
Source: Ozark City School files

 

  

      Company

               Product

 

Army Fleet Support

Aviation Maintenance

 

Michelin

Tires and Related Products

 

PEMCO

Aviation Maintenance

 

Dale Medical Center

Hospital

 

Wal~Mart Super Center

Retail

 

Board of Education

Ozark City School System

 

Wiregrass Construction

Contractor

 

Bell Helicopter (US Helicopter)

Helicopter Maintenance & Refurbishing

 

CMI (C&S Door)
Hughes Enterprises

Door Manufacturer
Retail

Dale County's Largest Employers

  
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Did you know...

Ozark is home to Fort Rucker, the "Home of Army Aviation."

Ozark is home to a renowned Aviation Training/Technical College.

Ozark was named one of the "top 25 places to retire in America" by Consumers Digest.