Located in New York, USA, Holbrook is a national center of life. Its climate is temperate year round, with summers being warm and fall months being chilly. The best months to visit Holbrook are June, September, and August, while January and February are the most uncomfortable. Holbrook is part of the greater New York metro area, which includes the island of Manhattan and the eight counties immediately north. Staten Island, western Long Island, and northern Long Island are all part of the larger metropolitan area. The population of Holbrook is 25,807, which has decreased by 3.2% since 2020.
Crime rates in Holbrook city vary by neighborhood. For example, the central area has more crimes per year than other parts of the city. North Holbrook has slightly lower crime rates, but the crime rate may be inflated by those who visit the area during the day. Retail areas are often targets of crimes. Red areas on the crime map don't necessarily indicate the area is a risky place to live.
The median age of people living in Holbrook city is 35.3 years old, and this number includes both native and foreign-born residents. In 2019, the median age for all Holbrook city residents was $36,400, compared to the national median of $63,336. In Holbrook, the average household owns one vehicle, which is lower than the national average of 2.9%. As of the most recent census, there are two elementary schools in the city, Nokomis Elementary and Seneca Middle School.