Calhoun County, county in Alabama, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 133,580 inhabitants. The county was created 190 years ago in 1832. Its county seat is Anniston.
There are 0 city/town in Calhoun County, MI.
Situated in southern Michigan, Calhoun County is home to a mix of small cities, quaint towns, and rural villages. The largest city and county seat is Battle Creek, known worldwide as the headquarters of the Kellogg Company. With a population of about 51,000, Battle Creek serves as the commercial and industrial hub of Calhoun County.
Some of the other notable municipalities in Calhoun County include:
Calhoun County’s mix of urban areas and rural small towns provides diversity across its landscape. The county's history and agriculture heritage combine with modern industry and business.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Calhoun County.