The city of Corbin is located in southeastern Kentucky. It has a humid subtropical climate. The city experiences four distinct seasons; spring, summer, and fall. The city has a mild winter and hot summer. Precipitation is common throughout the year. The surrounding mountains moderate the climate. Corbin is the county seat of Laurel County. Corbin is home to around 93,000 people.
The city is located along Interstate 75, straddling U.S. Highway 25 and Interstate 75, with exit 25 serving both. It is also served by the CSX railroad. Nearby attractions include Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, where waterfalls can be viewed. Corbin is also home to the original Colonel Sanders Cafe and Museum, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to the cafe can sample traditional Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The median property value in Corbin City is $257,100. This is 1.07 times higher than the national average of $240,500. There are 290 residents living below the poverty line. The largest industries in Corbin City, NJ are Educational Services (49 people), Health Care & Social Assistance (48 people), and Retail Trade. Among those industries, Educational Services pays the highest wages. The median income for a household in Corbin City, NJ is $56,125.
In addition to being a USPS-designated city, Corbin City also has a number of alternative names. Alternative names are often large neighborhoods or sections of a city. A ZIP code may have several acceptable names, which are used to group towns together. This population is estimated for 2020. This city is also home to the Corbin Symphony Orchestra. The concert series is part of the local music scene and features free performances by popular musical acts.