Basic information about the Floyd County
The Floyd County is located in the state of Indiana. This county occupies 150 square miles, with 2 square miles being water areas. There are 74.578 inhabitants living in the county according to the 2010 Census. As for the racial makeup of Floyd County citizens, the 3 largest groups are White (90.39%), followed by Black or African American (5.19%) and Two or More races (2.07%). There are 29.479 households in the county, while 68,74% of them are family households and 31,26% represent non family households. There are 4 cities and towns in Floyd County. The most populated city is New Albany city and the smallest town or village is Greenville town.