Elberta, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What are the Population & Steets of Elberta City? This data was compiled using the most recent American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. While these statistics are generally reliable, we can't guarantee their accuracy or completeness. The following are just a few demographics of Elberta City. Regardless of the source, you should use them with caution.

If you're wondering how safe Elberta is, you can look at crime maps. While crime rates in Elberta are lower than in most places, they are higher in some parts of town. In particular, crime is more likely to occur near parks and recreational areas, which are populated by fewer residents. The same goes for commercial and retail areas. While the crime rates in these retail areas may seem high, these are generally not dangerous neighborhoods for residents.

The population of Elberta is remarkably close to the state's median income. The median household income is $30,750, and the per capita income is $21,185. The Elberta area is served by Baldwin County Public Schools and lies near Interstate 98. A brief visit to this small city will provide you with a taste of the life in Elberta. Its average household size is 3.7.

The city of Elberta is located in Baldwin County, Alabama, and is governed by a mayor/city council. Elberta celebrates its German heritage twice a year. The city was incorporated in 1952 and held its first election in February 1953. In 1979, Hurricane Frederick caused extensive damage to the town. The community recovered from the hurricane and hosted the Diamond Jubilee celebration the following month.