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

If you're wondering about the population of Gradyville City, Kentucky, you've come to the right place. The information below will give you an overview of the area's population, as well as the race and ethnicity of its residents. Compared to other U.S. cities, Gradyville is relatively diverse, with more than half of its residents self-identifying as one race or another.

The name Gradyville means "grady," and is a designation by the US Postal Service. It may be a town, city, village, or even a school. Gradyville's ZIP code is D (Default) Adair, which is the default name for each city and ZIP code. For more information, visit the city's website. Its location is outlined on an interactive map, and includes the area's zip code.

Gradyville's CCD (Combined Community District) census data reveals a very diverse population. The city's population of 2,084 is slightly lower than the population of Columbia, which has a population of 4,748. It is, however, 2.3 times bigger than Columbia. Compared to Columbia, Gradyville has a slight population decline over the next decade.

One interesting fact about Gradyville's history is that it was the first U.S. city to receive electricity. The town was not entirely destroyed, but the destruction of property was tremendous. However, the town did lose about twenty residents to the floodwaters. This is quite a remarkable statistic to consider, especially considering the size of the town. The people of Gradyville were largely affluent, but were not able to afford the basic necessities of life.