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

A map showing the population and steets in Lexa City will give you an overview of the city. Although this map may appear inflated if the city is packed with day-trippers, it does reflect crime rates in the community. For example, murders are most common in retail areas and in blocks with few people. For this reason, the map may appear to be disproportionately red, although this does not necessarily indicate danger to the population of Lexa.

In 2010, the population of Lexa was 71,768. It was home to a number of companies. In addition to manufacturing, the city also hosted a number of schools. In 1910, there were five general stores, two hotels, a boarding house, and more than one hundred private residences. By 1911, there were three schools, one for white and two for African-American students. A Methodist church was established in the city, followed by a Baptist church.

The ZIP Code 72355 is the same as the city's name. The first digit designates the national area, which ranges from zero for the Northeast to nine for the far West. The next two digits designate sectional centers. Finally, the last two digits represent postal zones and small post offices. The city has a total area of 0.4 square miles (1.0 km2).