Hampton, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The following data reflects the population and stiflings of Hampton City, Virginia. These data are based on the most recent American Community Survey and reflect the current state of the city's demographics. While most of these statistics are based on the latest available data, the US Census Bureau cannot guarantee their accuracy or completeness. We will update this page as more information becomes available. To learn more about Hampton City, VA, please refer to the City's official website.

The Hampton City area has several cities and towns located within it. These cities are part of a larger metropolitan area. It is located on the east coast of Virginia, near the Atlantic Ocean. The weather in Hampton is mild and comfortable in the months of May, October, and September. The harshest months are July, August, and December. There are two municipal governments in Hampton, one public and one private. There are numerous schools in Hampton.

The city is home to many museums and arts venues. Many of these venues reflect the history of Hampton. The Hampton History Museum, Casemate Museum, and Charles Taylor Visual Arts Center are just a few of the attractions. There are also several public libraries located in Hampton, including the main one. The city has three branch libraries. The main Hampton Public Library was established in 1926 and is the oldest free county library in Virginia.