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Christiansburg Population: 20,980

Total Males: 9,771
Total Females: 11,209
Median Household Income: $50,276
Total Households: 8,867

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Brief Information About Christiansburg


The town of Christiansburg is located in the County of Montgomery. It covers a total area of 36.1 sq. km. Commercial spaces are utilized by art schools, arts and crafts shops, facilities for auto painting and repair, bridal shops, breakfast restaurants, campgrounds, clinics, clubs, convenience stores, drug stores, fabric shops, garden centers, gourmet shops, hardware stores, health clubs, museums and parks, contribute to the economy in a positive way. The local inhabitants are engaged in service-oriented jobs related to wedding supplies, truck repairing, repair of telephone equipment, road side and rehabilitation, contributing to the economy in a positive way.
 



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