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

Are you wondering what the Population & Steets in Leessburg City are? Here are the facts about this moderately-sized Florida city. The majority of Leesburg residents are White, while Black and Asian make up the rest. Leesburg residents also benefit from a reasonable commute time, with the average one-way trip taking just 22 minutes - much faster than the national average of 26 minutes.

In 1894, a man named Charles Craven is lynched during August Court Days, apparently because of his refusal to give up the land he was burning. The inquest finds that nobody saw the lynchers, and the event ends in tragedy for Leesburg. The city is not completely without its problems. In 1935, the city razes a predominantly Negro village known as Willard, which had been home to a black population. A few years later, Neal 'Kid' Corum opens the Bowmantown store. The store operates until 1977.

In addition to the historical information regarding the city, the demographic data also provides a general idea of the current state of the town. The median income for residents in Leesburg City is $113,668 - considerably higher than the national average and other nearby ZIP codes. This is also the city's first integrated church, with 15 percent black worshippers. This church, as well as the other churches in the city, has a diverse population.