Smyrna, Delaware Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Interested in the population and steets of Smyrna City? Here are some statistics for you. The US Census Bureau provides the latest figures for the city. You can also check the Community Development Department's website to see more demographic information. You'll also need to install a free viewer to view the attached documents. Download the viewer from the icons below. Listed below is a list of important resources and links for people who are planning to move to Smyrna.

Smyrna City has a relatively well educated population. Twenty-two percent of residents are college graduates. The median age is 33. There were a few vacancies for high-level jobs, but overall the population was stable. Smyrna's median house value was $287,500, up seven percent from 2014 figures. Residents of the city enjoy a good quality of life.

Smyrna is one of the fastest growing cities in the South. The population is around 56,685 and is home to two well-known celebrities. Julia Roberts is an Academy Award-winning actress and Ron Gant is a former baseball player for the Atlanta Braves. He was an All-Star and a Silver Slugger award winner. The population is home to a variety of cultural and religious organizations, including the Smyrna History Museum and the Smyrna Christian Center.

The US Census Bureau publishes census data for all counties. Smyrna City has one ZIP code. There are other "acceptable" names for this city, but this is the default name. The other names are simply large neighborhoods or sections of a city. Smyrna City, Georgia, has the highest household size with 2.62 people per household. A smaller population means that people are growing older and living in smaller houses.