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61724 is the zip code for

Bellflower, IL

Total population
536
Housing units
247
Land area
(sq. miles)
38.27
Density
(people per sq. mile)
14.01
Water area
(sq. miles)
0.00

Demographic data for zip code 61724

Gender:

Male
269
Female
267
Median age
Male
42.20
Female
40.90
Gender

Households:

Total households
214
Family households
155
Nonfamily households
59
Average household size
2.50
Average family size
2.97
Households

Housing units:

Total housing units
247
Occupied housing units
214
Owner-occupied
189
Renter-occupied
25
Vacant housing units
33
Housing units

Age:

Under 5 years
31
5 to 9 years
33
10 to 14 years
28
15 to 19 years
39
20 to 24 years
31
25 to 34 years
66
35 to 44 years
56
45 to 54 years
89
55 to 59 years
53
60 to 64 years
35
65 to 74 years
38
75 to 84 years
26
85 years and over
11
Median age
41.70
Age

Race:

White
520
Hispanic or Latino
4
Black or African American
1
Asian
0
American Indian & Alaska Native
0
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander
0
Other (One Race)
0
Two or More Races
11
Race
* Based on 2010, 2000 U.S. Census data

Economic data for zip code 61724

Employment status:

Population
(16 years and over)
366
Civilian labor force
307
Employed
284
Unemployed
23
Armed Forces
0
Not in labor force
59
Percent Unemployed
7.5%
Employment status

Commuting to work:

Workers
(16 years and over)
283
Car, truck, or van
Drove alone
191
Carpooled
50
Public transportation
(excluding taxicab)
0
Walked
36
Other means
0
Worked at home
6
Mean travel time
26.0 min.
Commuting to work

Occupation:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
284
Management / business / science / arts
121
Service
24
Sales / office
60
Natural resources / construction / maintenance
34
Production / transportation / material moving
45
Occupation

Industry:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
284
Agriculture / forestry / fishing / hunting / mining
40
Construction
16
Manufacturing
34
Wholesale trade
3
Retail trade
40
Transportation / warehousing / utilities
12
Information
3
Finance / insurance / real estate / rental / leasing
25
Professional / scientific / management / administrative / waste management services
4
Educational services / health care / social assistance
87
Arts / entertainment / recreation / accommodation / food services
9
Public administration
6
Other services
5
Industry

Class of worker:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
284
Private wage & salary workers
204
Government workers
32
Self-employed
(in own not incorporated business)
48
Unpaid family workers
0
Class of worker

Income:

Total households
159
Less than $10,000
5
$10,000 to $14,999
2
$15,000 to $24,999
11
$25,000 to $34,999
20
$35,000 to $49,999
11
$50,000 to $74,999
28
$75,000 to $99,999
47
$100,000 to $149,999
32
$150,000 to $199,999
3
$200,000 or more
0
Median household income
$76,250
Mean household income
$70,423
Percentage of people whose income in the past 12 months is below the poverty level
7.4%
Income
* Based on 2007-2011 American Community Survey 5-year estimates

Public libraries around Bellflower, IL

NameAddress
Atlanta Public Library District100 Race Street
Atlanta, IL 61723
Chenoa Public Library District
211 South Division Street
Chenoa, IL 61726
Martin Township Public Library
132 West Main Street
Colfax, IL 61728
Carlock Public Library District202 East Washington Street
Carlock, IL 61725
Vespasian Warner Public Library District
310 North Quincy Street
Clinton, IL 61727

Hospitals and Medical Centers around 61724

NameAddressPhone# of beds
Bromenn Healthcare System
Virginia And Franklin Streets
Normal, IL 61761
(309) 454-1400242
Dr John Warner Hospital422 West White Street
Clinton, IL 61727
(217) 935-957133
Hopedale Medical Complex107 Tremont Street
Hopedale, IL 61747
(309) 449-3321119
Osf Saint James Hospital
610 East Water Street
Pontiac, IL 61764
(815) 842-282881
Osf St Joseph Medical Center
2200 East Washington Street
Bloomington, IL 61701
(309) 662-3311167

Crime rates


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