Red Springs Robeson County, North Carolina

Red Springs: City in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States of America

About

Red Springs is a city located in the county of Robeson in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Its population at the 2010 census was 3,428 and a population density of 361 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 3,237 inhabitants.

Red Springs Quick Facts

Population : 3,237 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : North Carolina (United States)
County : Robeson County
Postal code : 28377
Phone Area Codes : 910
Area : 9.5 km2
Altitude : 207 feet / 63 meters
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 05:25:37 (5th December 2021)
Density : 341 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -5.9% (2010-2020)
Weather : 68℉ Mostly Sunny 7-days weather
Red Springs in spring image
Red Springs in spring
Red Springs in spring image

Geography

Red Springs is located at 34°48'55"N 79°10'59"W (34.8151600, -79.1830900).

Red Springs map

Weather

Red Springs forecast: Mostly sunny, with a high near 68. more

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Red Springs decreased by 5.9% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 3,428 - census
2011 3,491 1.8% estimation process
2012 3,492 0.03% estimation process
2013 3,476 -0.46% estimation process
2014 3,471 -0.14% estimation process
2015 3,442 -0.84% estimation process
2016 3,406 -1.06% estimation process
2017 3,370 -1.07% estimation process
2018 3,350 -0.6% estimation process
2019 3,302 -1.45% estimation process
2020 3,237 -2.01% estimation process

Red Springs zip code is 28377. County name: Robeson, County fips: 37155

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Local Places in Red Springs

1 Red Springs City Hall
Rating: 3.3 (3)

Address: 217 S Main St, Red Springs, NC 28377 ➦ Show Map

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People born in Red Springs (6)

People born in Red Springs, including musician John Malachi, clergyman James David Manning, racing driver Roy Tyner, you can see a list of people who born in Red Springs.

  • Dougal M. Buie (baseball player (1888-1938)) he was born in 27/06/1888
  • James Mac Racken (American soldier) he was born in 01/06/1916
  • Judith Bullock Nisbet (U.S. Military Veteran) she was born in 01/01/1919

Schools in Red Springs

College & universities near Red Springs, NC

Code Name City ZIP
199281 University of North Carolina at Pembroke Pembroke (NC) 28372-1510

Stations (9)

Amtrak & bus stations near Red Springs, NC

Code Name Address Type
FAY Fayetteville 472 Hay Street RAIL
SOP Southern Pines 235 Northwest Broad Street RAIL
DIL Dillon 100 North Railroad Avenue RAIL
HAM Hamlet West Main St. and North Bridges St. RAIL
FLO Florence 805 East Day Street RAIL

Post offices near Red Springs

Post Office Name City ZIP
Red Spring Post Office Red Springs (NC) 28377

Other places with the same name (1)

Other cities in Robeson County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Robeson County , NC. (more)

City Name Population Title
Lumberton 20,239 County seat in North Carolina
Pembroke 2,942 Town in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States
Fairmont 2,580 Town in North Carolina, United States
Maxton 2,332 City in North Carolina, United States of America
Saint Pauls 2,290 Town in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States
Rowland 985 Human settlement in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States of America
Prospect 981 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Barker Ten Mile 952 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Parkton 430 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Rennert 373 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Marietta 168 Human settlement in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States of America
Proctorville 119 Human settlement in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States of America
McDonald 107 Town in North Carolina, USA
Lumber Bridge 87 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Orrum 72 Township in Robeson County, North Carolina
Raynham 68 Town in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Red Springs distances to largest North Carolina cities