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

The population of Corydon city has declined by 5.3% since the 1980s. It is estimated that in 2020, the city will only have 682 people, representing 1.7% of the total county's population. The percentage of residents working in the service industry is 18%, while those in the blue-collar and white-collar jobs is 46%. The percentage of college graduates is 28%.

The median household income in Corydon was $36,333 in 2010. This number grew by a similar rate to the state's average. Males had a median income of $27,019, and females had a median income of $20,682. Per capita income in Corydon was $12,790. While there were no statistics on the number of people living below the poverty line, the number of elderly residents was 8.6%.

The median home value in Corydon, IN was $140,100 in 2019. This is 0.583 times smaller than the national average. Between 2018 and 2019, the median home value in Corydon increased by 14.9%. The homeownership rate in Corydon was 61.6% and the percentage of people who were non-Hispanic was 22.3%. The median car ownership in Corydon was two cars per household.

There are 6 banks in the city. The most popular ones are First Harrison Bank and Regions Bank. There are also local branches of Woodforest National Bank and First Harrison Bank. The first one is the most prominent, and the rest are small and local banks. If you need to find the bank nearest you, visit the city website. The city has an online map available for reference only. It is easy to navigate with this interactive map!