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ZIP Code 44666

Primary City:North Lawrence, OH (View All Cities)
County: Stark County
Timezone: Eastern (9:39am)
Area code: 234 (Area Code Map)
Coordinates:40.84, -81.63
ZIP (~6 mile radius)

Cities in ZIP code 44666

The cities below are at least partially located in ZIP code 44666. In addition to the primary city for a ZIP code, USPS also publishes a list of other acceptable cities that can be used with ZIP code 44666. However, if you are mailing something to ZIP code 44666, you should not use any of the cities listed as unacceptable. Choose from the primary or acceptable cities when mailing your package or letter.

Primary city:
North Lawrence, OH
Acceptable:
N Lawrence
Unacceptable:
East Greenville

Stats and Demographics for the 44666 ZIP Code

ZIP code 44666 is located in east Ohio and covers a slightly less than average land area compared to other ZIP codes in the United States. It also has a slightly less than average population density.

The people living in ZIP code 44666 are primarily white. The number of middle aged adults is extremely large while the number of people in their late 20s to early 40s is large. There are also a large number of families and a small number of single adults. The percentage of children under 18 living in the 44666 ZIP code is slightly higher than average compared to other areas of the country.

Population 2,928
Population Density 125 people per sq mi
Housing Units 1,145
Median Home Value $154,900
Land Area 23.47 sq mi
Water Area 0.12 sq mi
Occupied Housing Units 1,068
Median Household Income $55,500

Estimated Population over Time

Total Population by Age

Median Age: 42Male Median Age: 42Female Median Age: 43

Under 55-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-8485 Plus
Male749612513671475686121155146109905661232714
Female77761181205946608414014712599845461312826
Total15117224325613093116170261302271208174110122545540

Gender

 Male 1,493 51%
 Female 1,435 49%
Gender

Race

 White 2,878 98.3%
 Black Or African American 9 0.3%
 American Indian Or Alaskan Native 1 0.0%
 Asian 4 0.1%
 Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander 0 0.0%
 Other Race 8 0.3%
 Two Or More Races 28 1.0%
Race

Head of Household by Age

15-2425-3435-4445-5455-6465-7475-8485 Plus
Owner5601862742051356723
Renter10222821171122
Total15822142952221466925

Families vs Singles

 Husband Wife Family Households 704 66%
 Single Guardian 134 13%
 Singles 183 17%
 Singles With Roommate 47 4%
Families vs Singles

Households with Kids

Average Household Size: 3
 Households without Kids 706 66%
 Households with Kids 362 34%
Households with Kids

Children by Age

1234567891011121314151617181920
Male241315918241816203321232127282731262426
Female131414191416198192724282019262431261315
Total3727292832403724396045514146545162523741

Real Estate and Housing

ZIP code 44666 has a small percentage of vacancies.

The majority of household are owned or have a mortgage. Homes in ZIP code 44666 were primarily built in 1939 or earlier. Looking at 44666 real estate data, the median home value of $154,900 is slightly less than average compared to the rest of the country. It is also high compared to nearby ZIP codes. So you are less likely to find inexpensive homes in 44666. Rentals in 44666 are most commonly 2 bedrooms. The rent for 2 bedrooms is normally $750-$999/month including utilities. Prices for rental property include ZIP code 44666 apartments, townhouses, and homes that are primary residences.

Housing Type

 In Occupied Housing Units 2,928 100%
 Correctional Facility For Adults 0 0%
 Juvenile Facilities 0 0%
 Nursing Facilities 0 0%
 Other Institutional 0 0%
 College Student Housing 0 0%
 Military Quarters 0 0%
 Other Noninstitutional 0 0%
Housing Type

Year Housing was Built

Housing Occupancy

 Owned Households With A Mortgage 667 58%
 Owned Households Free & Clear 288 25%
 Renter Occupied Households 113 10%
 Households Vacant 77 7%
Housing Occupancy

Vacancy Reasons

 For Rent 9 12%
 Rented & Unoccupied 0 0%
 For Sale Only 13 17%
 Sold & Unoccupied 6 8%
 For Season Recreational Or Occasional Use 3 4%
 For Migrant Workers 0 0%
 Vacant For Other Reasons 46 60%
Vacancy Reasons

Owner Occupied Home Values

Rental Properties by Number of Rooms

 Studio Apartment 7 4%
 1 Bedroom 4 2%
 2 Bedroom 106 59%
 3+ Bedroom 64 35%
Rental Properties by Number of Rooms

Cost of Monthly Rent Including Utilities

Cost of a Studio Apartment

Cost of a 1 Bedroom

Cost of a 2 Bedroom

Cost of a 3+ Bedroom

Employment, Income, Earnings, and Work

The median household income of $55,500 is compared to the rest of the country. It is also compared to nearby ZIP codes. So 44666 is likely to be one of the nicer parts of town with a more affluent demographic.

As with most parts of the country, vehicles are the most common form of transportation to places of employment. In most parts of the country, the majority of commuters get to work in under half an hour. Most commuters in 44666 can expect to fall in that range. Having to travel to work for over 45 minutes isn't uncommon for people who live here.

Employment Status

 Worked Full-time with Earnings 1,044 44%
 Worked Part-time with Earnings 664 28%
 No Earnings 673 28%
Employment Status

Average Household Income over Time

Household Income

Annual Individual Earnings

Sources of Household Income

Percent of Households Receiving Income

Average Income per Household by Income Source

* Only taxable income is reported.

Household Investment Income

Percent of Households Receiving Investment Income

Average Income per Household by Income Source

* Only taxable income is reported.

Household Retirement Income

Percent of Households Receiving Retirement Income

Average Income per Household by Income Source

* Only taxable income is reported.

Source of Earnings

 Worked Full-time with Earnings 1,044 44%
 Worked Part-time with Earnings 664 28%
 No Earnings 673 28%
Source of Earnings

Means Of Transportation To Work for Workers 16 and Over

 Car, truck, or van 1,392 94%
 Public transportation 12 1%
 Taxicab 0 0%
 Motorcycle 0 0%
 Bicycle, Walked, or Other Means 15 1%
 Worked at Home 66 4%
Means Of Transportation To Work for Workers 16 and Over

Travel Time to Work (In Minutes)

Schools and Education

The population is likely to value education because they are very well educated themselves. A much higher percentation of the population has received a college degree.

Educational Attainment For The Population 25 Years And Over

 Less than High School Diploma 101 10%
 High School Graduate 683 65%
 Associate's degree 90 9%
 Bachelor's degree 122 12%
 Master's degree 47 5%
 Professional school degree 0 0%
 Doctorate degree 0 0%
Educational Attainment For The Population 25 Years And Over

School Enrollment (Ages 3 to 17)

 Enrolled in Public School 689 80%
 Enrolled in Private School 88 10%
 Not Enrolled in School 80 9%
School Enrollment (Ages 3 to 17)

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