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

A look at the population and steets of the Crestwood City area will reveal just how diverse this community is. Residents are predominantly black and are surrounded by communities of Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese descent. The city also has an excellent municipal services system and was named one of the best places to raise a child by Bloomberg Businessweek in 2011.

The city's neighbors are above average or upper-middle class. The majority of residents of Crestwood are above average or above the federal poverty level. That's higher than the average income for 63.2% of the country. However, there are children in the community living below the federal poverty level. This rate is significantly higher than the national average of 55.3%, but it is still higher than other areas of the country.

In the city of Crestwood, KY, the percentage of households without cars is significantly lower than the national average. Just 37% of households in Crestwood do not own a vehicle, compared with 71% in Marlborough. And since Crestwood is less than half the size of the entire United States, people are less likely to own a car. But those who do have cars are not necessarily poor.

A city's population is defined by the kinds of jobs it provides its residents. Some are employed in high-profile jobs, while others live in small homes. Many Crestwood residents are owner-occupied, while others rent. The neighborhood's real estate is primarily composed of medium-sized and small homes and apartment complexes. Many of these homes were built between 1940 and 1969. Others were constructed later.