Did you know that Saint Albans has a population of 6,877 people? The city is separate from the town of St. Albans. This article will provide you with some basic statistics about the city. Also, we will discuss the demographic makeup of the city. Listed below are the age groups and corresponding percentages of people living in St. Albans City. These statistics are based on the most recent U.S. Census Bureau data.
While crime statistics may appear to be inflated in certain areas, the rates are actually quite low. For example, the central area of Saint Albans has more retail establishments, so its crime rate is higher than the outskirts. However, crime rates in the city center may be inflated, since people tend to be there during the day. This is why red areas don't necessarily represent an increased threat to residents.
According to the 2010 United States Census, the median household income in Saint Albans was $37,221. The per capita income was $17,853. As of 2010, 8.6% of the population and 9.6% of households lived below the poverty line. There are two hospitals in Saint Albans - Northwestern Medical Center and St. Albans General Hospital. The city is also home to a Vermont Voltage soccer team. Although the Voltage folded in 2014, it still has a vibrant arts scene and has several cultural and educational institutions.
The town grew and became more prosperous over the centuries. The abbot was the ruler and ruled the town until the Middle Ages. In fact, the town grew and may have had a population of 1,300. The town's medieval abbey was demolished in 1136 and rebuilt by the new Norman abbot. By the year 1136, St Albans had the same craftspeople as any Medieval town.