Red Banks, Mississippi Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Did you know that the population of Red Bank is diverse? This city is home to people from all walks of life, from small kids starting school to older people. The city is made up of many different neighborhoods with varying sizes and styles of homes. The largest industry is health care, followed by retail, food service, and utilities. The highest-paying industries include real estate, utilities, and wholesale trade.

The city is home to Count Basie, the jazz musician who helped lead the band to victory at the 2001 TSSAA Class V-A State Football Championship. There are also many local civic organizations and churches, and notable residents include Wendell Rawls, Jr. and Pulitzer prize winners Bill Dedman. You can also find a number of restaurants and hotels in Red Bank. If you're visiting the area, be sure to check out Red Banks' online guide.

While the city is home to over 300 shops and services, you can also enjoy the outdoors in the beautiful setting of Riverside Gardens Park. The park is perfect for a walk or to view the river. In the warmer months, the park hosts outdoor events. For those who prefer indoors, you can visit the Red Bank Armory to ice skate on the rink. The town is also home to the Red Bank Zoo.

According to the United States Census Bureau, Red Bank is a census-designated place (CDP). The U1 classification code represents the city's official federally-recognized name, while the CSD reflects its diversity. The city is located in the Lexington Division of Lexington County. Unlike the city, it does not have its own government, but it is a part of a larger city.