The population of Ganado City is mainly composed of families and individuals. There were 656 households with a total of 14,348 residents. This number includes a few notable demographics. The population was spread across age groups. Twenty-five percent of the people in Ganado were younger than 18 years old. Another twenty-five percent were aged 25-44. The remaining twenty-one percent were 65 and over. The median age of the residents was 34. The ratio of males to females in Ganado City was 96.7 to a hundred.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median household income of the city of Ganado, Texas, is $52,321. This is lower than the state and national average of $65,311. However, a family of four in Ganado, TX earns more than this average. The highest-paying industry in Ganado, TX is Office, Administrative & Waste Management Services, with an estimated $286,000 in annual revenue.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 76.9% of the people in Ganado are adults, while 16.9% of residents have completed high school. Only four percent of residents have an advanced degree. A higher percentage of residents in Ganado is employed in the health care industry. One in five employees in Ganado, TX commute by car. The next largest city, Houston, TX, is 84.4 miles away, but that is not a high density of people.
Crime rates are surprisingly low in Ganado. The rate of property crime is 9.24 per 1,000 residents. The northeast part of the city is the safest neighborhood, with a one in 123 chance of experiencing a property crime. As you can see, Ganado has lower crime rates than the state and national averages. In fact, crime rates in the city are lower in the northeast than in the west.