Albion, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Albion City, IN is approximately 8,616 people. It is part of the Battle Creek Metropolitan Statistical Area. Albion is a conservatively-leaning college town. Many of its former foundries closed, and in 2002 the Trillium Hospital closed, taking about 200 jobs with it. As of 2016, the city's school district merged with Marshall's.

The Russians in the foreign settlement have begun to celebrate Russian Christmas. The Bijou Theatre was packed on Monday night during a showing of a film about the wire fence. The Albion High School military training is underway. The New Fire Truck was in service in September. This article is a compilation of historical information about Albion. We hope you enjoy our history and will visit us! Our community is growing!

The town was once a booming industrial center, but this is no longer the case. While the downtown area of Albion is no longer thriving, it does have a strong college and university system. Many of Albion's major landowners have ties to the college. The former vice president of finance and administration was also a board member. Another board member is a 1978 Albion alum.

The rent burden, or percentage of income spent on rental housing, is useful for estimating the affordability of housing in Albion. Albion's rent burden is higher than the average for Washington, which is 30.8%. However, neighboring cities, such as Reardan and Harrington, have a higher rent burden than Albion. Also, 32.4% of Albion's housing units are renters.