Lithia, a suburb of Tampa, is a small unincorporated community in Hillsborough County in Florida. It is a part of the CDP called Fish Hawk. Lithia is famous because of Chito Branch Reserve and Alafia River Corridor. Lithia was famous in the past for its sawmills, phosphate mines, and agriculture. It is still the headquarters of Phosphate division of The Mosaic Company. Lithia has a population of 21844, and it has five neighborhoods.
Median household income in Lithia is $96322 indicating the fact that there has been an influx of wealthy people in this community. Lithia is mostly a white collar town with most of the residents working in white collar jobs. The population of Lithia is very diverse with people belonging to many different ethnicities.