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62295 is the zip code for

Valmeyer, IL

Total population
1,599
Housing units
677
Land area
(sq. miles)
68.02
Density
(people per sq. mile)
23.51
Water area
(sq. miles)
6.59

Demographic data for zip code 62295

Gender:

Male
803
Female
796
Median age
Male
35.30
Female
36.90
Gender

Households:

Total households
562
Family households
445
Nonfamily households
117
Average household size
2.85
Average family size
3.22
Households

Housing units:

Total housing units
677
Occupied housing units
562
Owner-occupied
468
Renter-occupied
94
Vacant housing units
115
Housing units

Age:

Under 5 years
124
5 to 9 years
137
10 to 14 years
136
15 to 19 years
101
20 to 24 years
67
25 to 34 years
205
35 to 44 years
236
45 to 54 years
245
55 to 59 years
105
60 to 64 years
96
65 to 74 years
87
75 to 84 years
49
85 years and over
11
Median age
36.10
Age

Race:

White
1,553
Hispanic or Latino
19
Black or African American
3
Asian
5
American Indian & Alaska Native
2
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander
0
Other (One Race)
0
Two or More Races
17
Race
* Based on 2010, 2000 U.S. Census data

Economic data for zip code 62295

Employment status:

Population
(16 years and over)
1,343
Civilian labor force
1,004
Employed
919
Unemployed
85
Armed Forces
4
Not in labor force
335
Percent Unemployed
8.5%
Employment status

Commuting to work:

Workers
(16 years and over)
886
Car, truck, or van
Drove alone
779
Carpooled
61
Public transportation
(excluding taxicab)
0
Walked
10
Other means
6
Worked at home
30
Mean travel time
33.0 min.
Commuting to work

Occupation:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
919
Management / business / science / arts
277
Service
154
Sales / office
230
Natural resources / construction / maintenance
99
Production / transportation / material moving
159
Occupation

Industry:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
919
Agriculture / forestry / fishing / hunting / mining
18
Construction
55
Manufacturing
106
Wholesale trade
20
Retail trade
64
Transportation / warehousing / utilities
109
Information
27
Finance / insurance / real estate / rental / leasing
80
Professional / scientific / management / administrative / waste management services
59
Educational services / health care / social assistance
217
Arts / entertainment / recreation / accommodation / food services
83
Public administration
39
Other services
42
Industry

Class of worker:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
919
Private wage & salary workers
726
Government workers
150
Self-employed
(in own not incorporated business)
43
Unpaid family workers
0
Class of worker

Income:

Total households
641
Less than $10,000
13
$10,000 to $14,999
17
$15,000 to $24,999
44
$25,000 to $34,999
52
$35,000 to $49,999
84
$50,000 to $74,999
163
$75,000 to $99,999
137
$100,000 to $149,999
98
$150,000 to $199,999
22
$200,000 or more
11
Median household income
$68,516
Mean household income
$73,098
Percentage of people whose income in the past 12 months is below the poverty level
4.9%
Income
* Based on 2007-2011 American Community Survey 5-year estimates

Public schools in 62295

Name & AddressPhone# of studentsFree lunchPupils per teacher
Valmeyer Elementary School
300 S Cedar Bluff Dr
(618) 935-21002472213.0
Valmeyer High School
300 S Cedar Bluff Dr
(618) 935-21001471010.5
Valmeyer Jr High
300 S Cedar Bluff Dr
(618) 939-21001151123.0

Public libraries around Valmeyer, IL

NameAddress
Trenton Public Library118 East Indiana Street
Trenton, IL 62293
Tri-township Public Library District
209 South Main Street
Troy, IL 62294
Valmeyer Public Library District
300 South Cedar Bluff Drive
Valmeyer, IL 62295
Morrison-talbott Library
215 Park Street
Waterloo, IL 62298
Tilden Public Library540 Pine Street
Tilden, IL 62292

Universities and Colleges around 62295

NameAddressPhone
Kaskaskia College - Trenton Attendance Center520 East Broadway
Trenton, IL 62293
(618) 224-2666

Hospitals and Medical Centers around 62295

NameAddressPhone# of beds
Chester Mental Health CenterChester Road
Chester, IL 62233
(618) 826-4571284
Edward A Utlaut Mem Hospital
200 Health Care Drive
Greenville, IL 62246
(618) 664-1230188
Memorial Hospital
4500 Memorial Drive
Belleville, IL 62226
(618) 233-7750449
Memorial Hospital1900 State Street
Chester, IL 62233
(618) 826-458140
Pinckneyville Comm Hospital101 North Walnut Street
Pinckneyville, IL 62274
(618) 357-218765
Redbud Regional HospitalOne St Clement Boulevard
Red Bud, IL 62278
(618) 282-3831190
Scott Medical Center
310 West Losey Street
Scott Afb, IL 62225
(618) 256-745625
Sparta Community Hospital
818 East Broadway Street
Sparta, IL 62286
(618) 443-217735
St Elizabeth's Hospital
211 South Third Street
Belleville, IL 62220
(618) 234-2120287
St Joseph's Hospital9515 Holy Cross Lane
Breese, IL 62230
(618) 526-451157
St Joseph's Hospital
1515 Main Street
Highland, IL 62249
(618) 654-7421106
St Mary's Hospital
129 North Eighth Street
East St Louis, IL 62201
(618) 274-1900119
Touchette Regional Hospital5900 Bond Avenue
East Saint Louis, IL 62207
(618) 332-3060105
Washington County Hospital705 South Grand Avenue
Nashville, IL 62263
(618) 327-823659

Crime rates


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