Kenai, Alaska Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Here is the population and steets breakdown for the city of Kenai, Alaska. This information is very important when planning a vacation to the area. It shows the median age of the city's residents. While it is not much larger than the United States average, Kenai's population is more diverse than the average for the state. For instance, the city has a greater percentage of foreign-born citizens than the average for the state of Alaska.

The city was founded in 1880 and first showed up on the U.S. Census as an unincorporated "Creole" village with a mix of Native and Russian people. This name was shortened to Kenai with the 1890 census, and officially became a city in 1960. There are several schools in the city, and the majority of residents attend college or vocational school. The median home value is $229,100. The city has a homeownership rate of 63.4%, which is lower than the national average. Most residents commute by car, with a mean time of 18.6 minutes. Most people drive alone to work, and 2 cars are typically owned per household.

The population of Kenai is comprised of single women between the ages of 18 and 65. This percentage makes it the third largest city in the state for the number of single women. However, the percentage of single women between the ages of thirty and forty is the lowest, followed by Nikiski and Kalifornsky CDPs. These are the main reasons why Kenai is a great place to live for many.