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Spread in an area of 96 square kilometers, Gadsden State in located in the Etowah County in the north-east Alabama. The city shelters over 37,000 people of which a major percentage is Caucasian. Gadsden state is blessed with a subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. Due to the large number of visitors the city’s major part of its income is generated through the tourist industry. The city is home to a large number of attractions including the world-famous Noccalula Falls. Gadsden zip codes and further information can be read at www.placesonline.com
Before relocating many people find out about the weather in Gadsden. The summer is usually hot and goes up to seventy degrees, while in winter it goes down to forty and the city enjoys a subtropical climate. July happens to be the warmest month of the year for Gadsden residents. January is coldest usually with an average of 29 degrees. In addition Gadsden receives mild rainfalls throughout the year while March receives happens to be the wettest month of the year.
The Downtown Gadsden is home to a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment spots. The downtown area features many attractions including the Aladdin’s Castle Amusement Park. Houses are reasonably-priced and kids have a safe and clean neighborhood to play around. Downtown Gadsden offers entertainment throughout the year and the month of October will present a Classic cars show. Downtown Gadsden celebrates first Friday of every month. On this day shops and businesses are open till late hours and musicians enhance the festive atmosphere. Shop owners offer free food and host wine and beer tasting fun events.