Campton, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The data below shows the Population & Steets in Camxton City, Kentucky. There were 19,263 households in the city, representing 83.5% of the total population. The average family size was 4.41. There are many other useful statistics as well. Listed below are a few other statistics about Campton City. Read on to learn more. Let's look at some of the top ones.

The population of Compton City is almost 100 thousand, with more than one-third of the population under the age of 18. Approximately 60% of the population is male, and over half is female. The racial makeup of the city is Hispanic or Latino, 35.7% Black or African American, 1.7% Native American or Alaskan Native, and the balance is Asian. The ethnic breakdown is below, but there are some ethnic groups that are not represented in this city's population.

The city is a railroad station and a small pocket of agriculture. The area has developed into a booming metropolitan center, though it retains a small farming area. Residents of Campton can walk to and from work, thanks to the proximity of many major highways and train stations. A map of the city's main thoroughfares shows that most areas are paved. Listed below are some important streets and neighborhoods, as well as their populations and steets.

The Compton police department was disbanded in 2000. Mayor Omar Bradley, a Democrat, said the city was being destroyed by gang activity. Eventually, the police voted out the mayor, Douglas Dollarhide, and the city began a slow transition towards becoming a "ghetto." During the 1980s, the number of murders increased to 91 per 100,000 residents. In 1993, the N.W.A. group received a letter from the FBI regarding their song "Fuck the Police," accusing them of encouraging violence against law enforcement.