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

You may be curious about Pembroke City's Population & Steets. This page will provide you with a quick overview of the city's population. Here's some important information you should know about this town. For instance, the town has a T1 Census Class Code, which indicates that it is a county subdivision. The population of Pembroke City is not coextensive with the incorporated place.

In the 2011 census, the city had a population of 6,289 people. That was up nearly seven percent from 2006. Pembroke City is located in the Census-Agglomeration of Pembroke (Ontario).

In 2006, there were 6,290 households in Pembroke, with 18.6% of those households consisting of married couples with children under the age of 18. One-third of households were single-family homes, and one-fifth of households were non-families. The remaining households were made up of individuals and families. The average household size was 2.73. The city has a median household income of $68,745.

The minority population is also growing in Pembroke City. It is projected to be at 30% of the total population by 1998. Pembroke's minority population is rapidly increasing, with Hispanics making up the largest group in the city. While the city has a moderately low unemployment rate, housing costs in the area are escalating. Fortunately, the city's rent burden is much higher than Georgia's average of 31.3%.