Cabot, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The livability score of a community is calculated by analyzing key metrics. Here is a look at Cabot City's livability score. The area's positive attitude and active community leaders help to create a positive environment. Cabot City is a desirable place to live if you're looking for a small community with a big heart. Here are some reasons why:

The Cabot School District is a public school system serving approximately 80,000 residents. There are two middle schools and one junior high school. The school system also has two Academic Centers of Excellence. The Cabot Learning Academy offers a pre-K program for children. The school district boasts an excellent academic record. Cabot City has three school districts. All three have their own unique characteristics. The schools serve children from Pre-K to 12th grade.

Cabot is located in northwestern Lonoke County. The city is bordered to the northeast by the cities of Austin and Searcy. Highways 167 and 67 are four-lane freeways and lead to Little Rock and Searcy, respectively. To the south, U.S. Routes 67 and 167 connect Cabot to Little Rock and Jacksonville, respectively. The community's progressive leadership continues to make Cabot one of the fastest growing areas in Arkansas.

The median household income of $58,802 is higher than the median income in neighboring ZIP codes. The median age of residents is 32. In Cabot City, most people drive to their place of employment and arrive in under half an hour. Most residents also own a car. There are two major public schools and one private school in the city. And Cabot City is a great place to live if you're looking for a quiet place to raise a family.