The population of Columbia City is one of the most diverse areas of the Seattle metropolitan area. The neighborhood is home to a mix of multimillion-dollar view homes and public housing. Here's the latest population and steets report. Find out who lives in Columbia City and where you can find it. Also, check out the Columbia City real estate market for more information. We'll talk about housing and jobs in the area.
The Columbia City population is approximately 9,892 at the 2010 census. The city is home to the Whitley County Courthouse, a historic courthouse building located at the intersection of Main and Van Buren Streets. The Columbia City Post Office offers mail services to residents. The Columbia City Elementary School serves children from kindergarten to sixth grade. St. Helens also offers classes for children from kindergarten to sixth grade. Columbia City has a housing stock of 737 single-family homes and 53 manufactured homes.
The Columbia Avenue neighborhood has had a diverse history. During the nineteenth century, most of the black population lived in a rowhouse or apartment building. The black population grew in the city and populated the area with predominantly African-American residents. By 1950, the area had become a predominantly African-American neighborhood. African-American residents were able to gain upward mobility and move to more desirable neighborhoods.