Sedona, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are interested in knowing the current Population & Steets of Sedona City, you will be pleased to know that the city was founded in 1902 and was incorporated in 1988. Sedona was initially populated by Native Americans, though white settlers first arrived here during the 1950s. The phone book of Sedona City shows 155 people. Electricity did not reach some areas of the city until the 1960s.

The population of Sedona City was 10,031 at the 2010 census. This figure is projected to rise to 10,328 by 2020. There are 8 bank branches in Sedona. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, New York Community Bank, and Zions Bancorporation, N.A. are the three biggest banks in the city. There are a number of smaller banks as well, so be sure to shop around before you make a final decision.

Sedona is home to some world-class resorts and small family-run motels. The town has fine dining, diverse art galleries, and year-round activities. Sedona is famous for being the setting of numerous movies, including Angel and the Badman, 3:10 to Yuma, and Johnny Guitar. Visitors can enjoy horseback riding, hot air balloon tours, and hiking trails in the red rocks.

Visitors to Sedona can enjoy the rich history of Slide Rock State Park, where Frank L. Pendley built a successful apple farm in the desert. Pendley's homestead is open to visitors. Nearby is the Sedona Arts Center, which has been the forefront of local creativity for more than six decades. The center houses the city's largest collection of local art. The area's southwestern ambiance has long been a magnet for creative people.