Anderson County, Kentucky Basics:

Anderson County Kentucky - Government Site

Population: 21,704
Area: 202 square miles
County seat: Lawrenceburg
Area code(s) in use: 502
Time zone: EST
High school graduate or higher: 87.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 19.6%
Median household income: $52,294
Persons in poverty: 11.5%
Home ownership rate: 73.9%
Mean travel time to work: 26.5 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Franklin  Mercer  Nelson  Shelby  Spencer  Washington  Woodford  

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Map of the Anderson County area

Our detail map of Anderson County shows the Anderson County, Kentucky boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Anderson County, Kentucky

  Airports     show all on map

Buzzard's Roost Airport

  Bridges     show all on map

Blackburn Memorial Bridge, Goodnight Bridge

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Anderson County Emergency Medical Services, Anderson County Fire District Station 1, Anderson County Fire District Station 2, Anderson County Fire District Station 3, Anderson County Fire District Station 4, Anderson County Fire District Station 5, Anderson County Home for the Aged (historical), Lawrenceburg Fire and Rescue, Lawrenceburg Fire and Rescue Station 2

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Akins Cemetery, Best Cemetery, Bond-McCoy Cemetery, Bucy Cemetery, Buntain Cemetery, Carpenter Lane Graveyard, Corinth Church Cemetery, Darnell Cemetery, Hebron Church Cemetery, Leathers Cemetery, Little Page Cemetery, Mullins Cemetery, Munday Cemetery, New Liberty Church Cemetery, Pennys Chapel Cemetery, Petty Cemetery, Salt River Church Cemetery, Thacker Cemetery, Woodlawn Hills Cemetery, Young Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Alton Church, Ballard Baptist Church (historical), Clay Lick Church, Corinth Christian Church, Fellowship Church, Fox Creek Christian Church, Friendship Church, Goshen Baptist Church, Hebron Church, Heritage Church (historical), Mount Pleasant Church, Pennys Chapel Methodist Church, Pigeon Fork Baptist Church, Pleasant Grove Church, Pleasant Hill Church, Providence Church (historical), Salt River Church, Sand Spring Church, Shiloh Church, Van Buren Church (historical)

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Lovers Leap

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Buckley Ferry (historical), Scotts Ferry (historical), Sharps Ferry (historical)

  Locales     show all on map

Alton Railroad Station (historical), Avenstoke Railroad Station (historical), Beaver Lake Boat Dock, Gudgel, Huffmans Distillery (historical), McBrayer Railroad Station (historical), Nevin Railroad Station (historical), Rices Mill (historical), Tyrone Landing (historical), Vandyke Mill (historical), Wyskoffs Saw Mill (historical)

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Anna Mac Clarke Historical Marker, Battle of Perryville Hisorical Marker, James Beauchamp Clark Historical Marker, McCalls Spring Historical Marker, Morgans First Kentucky Raid Historical Marker, Salt River Church Historical Marker, William H Townsend Historical Marker

  Populated Places     show all on map

Alton, Alton Station, Anderson City, Ashbrook, Avenstoke, Ballard, Birdie, Drydock, Fairview, Fox Creek, Gee, Glensboro, Hickory Grove, Houchin (historical), Jefferies (historical), Johnsonville, Klondyke, Lawrenceburg, McBrayer, Nevin, Ninevah, Pleasant Grove (historical), Sidney (historical), Sinai, Sparrow, Stringtown, Tyrone, Van Buren, Wayside

  Post Offices     show all on map

Alton Post Office (historical), Alton Station Post Office (historical), Ballard Post Office (historical), Beaver Creek Post Office (historical), Birdie Post Office (historical), Fox Creek Post Office (historical), Gee Post Office (historical), Glensboro Post Office (historical), Grafton Post Office (historical), Gudgel Post Office (historical), Hettie Post Office (historical), Hooppole Post Office (historical), Leathers Store Post Office (historical), McBrayer Post Office (historical), Murphy Post Office (historical), Nevin Post Office (historical), Nineveh Post Office (historical), Petty Post Office (historical), Ripyville Post Office (historical), Sidney Post Office (historical), Sinai Post Office (historical), Sparrow Post Office (historical), Stinnett Post Office (historical), Tyrone Post Office (historical), Van Buren Post Office (historical), Vandyke Post Office (historical), Wayside Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Beaver Lake

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Baxter Ridge, Love Ridge, Pleasant Grove Ridge, Pleasant Grove Ridge, Pleasant Hill Ridge

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Alton School (historical), Buckberry College (historical), Buntain School (historical), Fox Creek School (historical), Glensboro School (historical), Hebron School (historical), Marlowe School, Pleasant Grove School (historical), Ripyville School (historical), Rutherford School, Sand Spring School, Searcy School (historical), Van Buren School (historical), Western School, Young School (historical)

  Springs     show all on map

Boiling Spring, Buffalo Lick (historical), Lillards Spring

  Streams     show all on map

Bailey Run, Bear Branch, Bear Creek, Beechroot Branch, Brush Creek, Buchanan Creek, Cedar Brook, Cheese Lick, Clay Lick Creek, Crooked Creek, East Prong Crooked Creek, Fox Creek, Gilbert Creek, Goose Branch, Hammond Creek, Hickorynut Creek, Indian Creek, Johnson Branch, Little Beaver Creek, Little Willow Creek, Log Lick, Mud Lick, Pigeon Creek, Puncheon Creek, Raccoon Branch, Raise Branch, Salt Lick, Sharps Branch, Short Creek, Timber Creek, Tucker Branch, Turkey Run, Watts Run, Wildcat Creek, Willow Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Driscol Hill, The Mound

  Valleys     show all on map

Mudlick Hollow,

Anderson County, Kentucky Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteAnderson County White population 20,81420,814  
BlackAnderson County Black population 456455
MixedAnderson County Mixed population 260260
AsianAnderson County Asian population 130130
American IndianAnderson County American Indian population 4343
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderAnderson County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
Kentucky population by county