If you want to know the population and steets in Tombstone City, Arizona, then you've come to the right place. The following information is taken from the USPS (United States Postal Service) and is updated yearly. The city's population is estimated to reach 200,000 by 2020. As a native of the area, I'm excited to learn more about the town I call home.
In addition to its western history, Tombstone had a Chinatown, referred to by the whites as "Hoptown." Chinese residents lived in separate quarters and hopped from Third Street to First Street, Fremont Street to Toughnut Street. They would eat with wooden sticks and drink water infused with tea leaves. During the Arizona silver boom, some Chinese immigrants lived in Tombstone and were welcomed by the locals.
In 1881, the population in Tombstone grew to 4,000-5000 residents. Hispanics made up 22.5% of the total population, with Native Americans, Chinese, Mexicans, and "ladies of the evening" making up a small minority of the population. However, it is estimated that the population now numbering at approximately 7,000-9,000 is more accurate. The city is located between St. Louis and San Francisco.
As of 2016, the census data for Tombstone city is tagged to the residential addresses. Among the racial and ethnic groups living in Tombstone is White, followed by Hispanic and Two Or More. Tombstone's rent burden is higher than the average for Arizona cities. Other neighboring cities, such as Arizona City, have higher rent burdens: 35.6% and 40.4%, respectively. Additionally, 23.3% of the total population lives in rental housing, making this city a prime candidate for people to live in.