Danielson, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Are you wondering what the Population & Steets in Danielsons City are? These statistics will help you determine the quality of life in this city. Here are the average commute times for Danielson residents, as well as the percentage of people who commute by car, bicycle, or foot. The information is based on the most recent American Community Survey. The US Census Bureau provides no guarantee or warranty regarding the accuracy of these data.

According to the United States Census Bureau, Danielson is home to 10,223 people and 5,246 households. The median home value in Danielson is $185,575 and the average household size is 2.44. The median age is 34.8 years. The median household income is $44,246. The median household income in Danielson is $44,246. In terms of education, Danielson has a median age of 34.8.

Danielson was first incorporated as a borough in May 1854. The borough included part of East Brooklyn. The name was shortened to Danielson in 1895. The western boundary was set at the Quinebaug River. The city's economy flourished as a result. In the early years, the town was home to an iron works. In the 1720s, Boaz Sterns settled at the north end of Main Street. Other early settlers included Spaulding, Hutchins, and Hutchins. The area is now a National Historic District.

In terms of the local economy, Danielson has a high percentage of middle class residents. The median income for residents in Danielson is $71,300. Danielson is home to a technical high school, H.H. Ellis Technical High School, and Trinity Church, both of which are located two miles west of the town. The average home is also one mile from downtown Brooklyn. This borough is also home to Trinity Church, which is a historic church.