This article is about the population and steets of Ash Fork, Arizona. The population of this city is approximately 2,000 people, and most people commute by car or motorcycle. The percentage of people who commute by motorcycle is much lower than the percentage of people who commute by car. The median age of the population is higher than the state average, and the percentage of people with a bachelor's degree is lower than the state average.
As a small town, Ash Fork is supported by mining and ranching, as well as Route 66. This means that the town does not have much of an official police force or government infrastructure. As a result, there were many rowdy people, but the citizens of Ash Fork organized a vigilance committee to keep the streets safe and clean. A few rowdy men were even hanged from the Ash Tree.
The population of Ash Fork is made up of people of various races. Hispanics make up the largest minority group in the city, with nearly 55.6% of people of that race. However, this does not mean that people of any race are unable to live in Ash Fork.
As far as violent crime goes, Ash Fork has a violent crime rate of 5.28 per 1,000 residents. However, this is still a relatively safe city compared to other similar-sized cities.