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City Type
City Type Lakes & Rivers, College Town na
Population (2016 est.)
Population (Current) 13,650 78,040
Population (1990) 15,026 49,272
Land Area (sq mi) 8 36
Persons Per Square Mile 1,706 2,151
Home Prices
2018 $193,410 $419,000
Total Appreciation ('01 to '18) 21.0% 76.0%
Annual Appreciation ('17 to '18) 20.3% 6.0%
Avg Annual Appreciation ('01 to '18) 1.6% 3.8%
Big City Prices ('18) $134,000 $340,000
Bargain Index 117% 101%
Big City Charleston, WV na
Monthly Rent $935 $1,495
Price/Rent Index 13.9 19.0
Cost of Living (2018)
Cost of Living 73% 109%
Air Quality - Annual Avg (2001-2017)
Good Days 188 72%
Moderate Days 36 25%
Unhealthy for Sensitive Persons Days 6 3%
Unhealthy Days 0 0%
Very Unhealthy Days 0 0%
Water Quality (2002-2014)
Good 35% 36%
Threatened 0% 2%
Impaired 65% 62%
Walkability
Walk Score® 73 45
Nearest Large City
Distance to Nearest City 126 miles 72 miles
City Columbus na
Recreation
National Parks 3 7
National Campgrounds 11 26
State Parks 10 11
Medical Care (2016)
Accredited Hospitals 2 4
Building Permits (single family homes)
2016 11 346
2015 12 324
Gain ('15 to '16) -8% 6%
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Population Distribution (2010)
Median Age (yrs) 39 37
White 94.9% 80.7%
Black or African American 1.3% 7.2%
Native American Indian and Alaska Native 0.3% 0.8%
Asian 1.4% 3.6%
Native Hawaiian 0.0% 0.2%
Other Race 0.5% 4.4%
Multiple Races 1.5% 3.0%
Hispanic or Latino 1.1% 11.6%
Income and Housing (2010)
Family Income $41,683 $69,596
Occupied Housing 89% 83%
Vacant Housing 11% 17%
Home Ownership 55% 55%
Persons Per Family 2.80 2.90
Taxes (2018)
Local and State 7.2% 6.8%
Local, State and Federal 105 days 113 days
Climate - Average Temperatures (1971-2000)
Climate Type Cool & Wet Temperate & Humid
January Low Temp 21 F 27 F
July High Temp 85 F 86 F
Annual Precipitation 42 in 35 in
Elevation 580 ft 1,652 ft
Natural Hazard Risk
Total Hazard Risk Lower Moderate
Earthquake .3% 10.9%
Tsunami No Risk No Risk
Hurricane 0 10
Flood Very High Very High
Tornado Low Low
Volcano No Risk No Risk
Wildfire Low Low
Man-Made Hazard Risk (Nuclear)
Nearby Reactors 0 2
Crimes per 10,000 Population - Annual Avg (2001-2017)
Violent Crimes 16 40
Property Crimes 261 397
Home Energy Use - Annual Avg (1971-2000)
Heating Degree Days 5,343 4,662
Cooling Degree Days 880 1,253
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