Laporte, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The city of Laporte, Indiana, is located in the state of Indiana. According to the latest census data, the population of the city was 35,338 people. The youngest people in the city were nine years old, while the oldest were 81 years old. The median age was thirty-six years, and the gender makeup of the city was fifty-one percent male and fifty-one percent female.

The population of ZIP code 50651 is mostly white, while the number of Hispanics is 31. There are also small numbers of single parents. The percentage of children under eighteen is relatively high compared to other areas of the country. There are only two nursing homes in the city, according to the Census. The area is home to several other small communities and a college. The community is located near Brandon, Gilbertville, and Mount Auburn.

The population of Laporte City is a bit less than two thousand people. It is the fourth most populated city in Black Hawk County. This city is part of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa, metropolitan statistical area. The population has decreased by about 1.79% since the 2010 census. There are also 10 communities near La Porte City. The city is home to the La Porte City Station, which is also the city's city hall.

The population of Laporte City was very small at the time. Despite its central location, the city still had only two cabins in its early years. Michigan City and Laporte County soon developed a fierce rivalry for prominence. During the Black Hawk War scare, scattered settlers of Laporte County banded together for defense. Some even fled eastward to safer ground in the eastern United States. When the Pottawattomies stopped fighting in 1835, the settlement process was speeded up.