St. Albans is a city located in Hertfordshire, England.
City Size and Population Density
St. Albans stretches across over 6.99 square miles, and it has a population estimated to be 57,000. The population density comes to about 8,268 residents per square mile (3,192 residents per kilometer squared).
St. Albans Population Demographics
There are more females than males residing in St. Albans, with women making up 50.9% of the total population.
Breaking down the population by age shows that 14.9% of the population is at least 65 years old, while over 20% are age 15 and under.
According to estimates, nearly 91% of the population is White, 4.1% is South Asian, 1.7% is Black, 1.4% are Chinese or other Asian, while 1.9% are mixed. Most of the resident of St. Albans are Christian, with this religion making up 71% of the population.
Nearly one-quarter of inhabitants do not follow a religion or did not name their religion, while there are also small populations of Muslim and Jewish residents.