Fredericktown, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Fredericktown City, Missouri is 4,429 people. The city is the county seat of Madison County and is located in the northeastern foothills of the St. Francois Mountains. Mark Twain National Forest surrounds the city on three sides. Fredericktown City has a rich history centered on lead mining. The town's first European settlers were guided by local Indians to the area, hoping to find silver.

The majority of the city's population is White, followed by Two Or More and Hispanic. The Census Bureau uses a set of income thresholds to determine whether a family is living in poverty. A family with an income below these thresholds is considered to be living in poverty. The occupations of the people in Fredericktown City are grouped by race and gender. The most common racial and ethnic groups include Black, White, and Hispanic.

The city's population is relatively low except around parks and major airports. Since there are very few people living near these areas, crime rates may seem higher than elsewhere in the city. The reality is that crime happens wherever people are. In Fredericktown, this doesn't necessarily mean that a crime rate is high. It only means that some parts of the city are more dangerous than others. This is a good thing because it gives residents of Fredericktown an idea of where to go to feel safe.

The city of Fredericktown is comprised of three wards, with two aldermen for each ward. Aldermen are elected in alternate years. The mayor, who serves as the city's head, presides over meetings and votes only in ties. The mayor of Fredericktown City is Travis Parker, while the aldermen are Paul Brown and Eddie Shankle. These three individuals represent the city's residents.