Butler County, Alabama is a rural county located in the southeastern part of the state. It is bordered by Crenshaw, Covington, and Lowndes Counties. The county seat is Greenville.
The population of Butler County is estimated to be 20,637, with a median age of 37.4 years. The population is predominantly African American, with whites making up about 34.3% of the population. The median household income is $30,541, and the poverty rate is 24.5%.
The economy of Butler County is largely based on agriculture. The county is home to several large farms, and the majority of the population is employed in the agricultural industry. Additionally, the county has a few small manufacturing and service businesses, as well as a few retail stores.
Education in Butler County is provided by the Butler County School System. The system consists of seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. The schools offer a variety of academic and extracurricular activities. Additionally, the county is home to several private schools and a community college.
Real estate in Butler County is largely rural, with a few small towns scattered throughout the county. The median home value is $87,100, and the median rent is $633. The majority of homes in the county are single-family homes, with a few apartment complexes and mobile home parks.
Overall, Butler County is a rural county with a largely agricultural-based economy. The population is predominantly African American, and the median household income is lower than the national average. Education is provided by the Butler County School System, and real estate is mostly rural, with a few small towns scattered throughout the county.