Green Valley, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking for information about the Green Valley City population, you've come to the right place. This article will give you some basic statistics about the city. There are more than 1.23k residents of non-Hispanic race, and 79 people who are Asian. The next most common group is Two+ (Hispanic), and 5.5% of the city's population is Hispanic.

Crime rates in Green Valley City are calculated according to the number of crimes committed per thousand residents each year. While the crime rates in Green Valley City are below the national average, they are similar to those in neighboring cities. It's still considered unsafe compared to other cities of its size and the national average. Crime rates in Green Valley City are higher than in neighboring communities, but that doesn't mean they are unsafe.

There are 9,995 households in Green Valley City, and a little more than one-fourth of these households have children under the age of 18. Similarly, 59.7% of households have a married couple, and a small number have a female householder without a husband present. The remaining 37.0% of households aren't families; they're mostly comprised of individuals. Senior citizens make up a significant percentage of the population.

In 1873, the residents of the town of Washington petitioned the Shawano County Board of Supervisors to form a separate town. On March 17, 1873, the board of supervisors formally established the town of Green Valley. The town of Green Valley's first settlers arrived in the area during the early 1860s. Several theories are circulating about how the town got its name.