Iuka, Mississippi Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What Are the Population & Steets of Iuka City? This article will explore those numbers. The population of this Mississippi city is 3,028 according to the 2010 census. Located in Tishomingo County, Iuka is known for Woodall Mountain, the highest point in Mississippi. The city is home to the Iuka Indians. Here's a map of Iuka City's population and the local area.

Located in northeast Mississippi, Iuka is accessible by U.S. Route 72, which leads southeast to Cherokee and northwest to Burnsville. Mississippi Highway 25 passes through the western part of the city, leading north to Red Sulphur Springs and south to Tishomingo. Its total area is 9.7 square miles (25 km2), and its population is 3,139. According to the U.S. census, there are 1,244 households and 727 families in Iuka.

The median household income in Iuka was $61,875, with 207 people living in each household. This city's poverty rate was 2.8%. The median household income was $39,786 per person, and the average household size was 2.61 people. The average household size was 2.13 people. There were 842 people living in the city. And 80% of households were made up of families.

Although Iuka is a city with a ZIP code, there are several places in the area that use this name. In addition to the city name, the USPS also gave it a default name. The USPS uses this name for each ZIP Code, and it is also used as a town, village, and school. Listed below are the names of local museums and libraries. You can find more information on these topics by visiting these pages.