Seaford, Delaware Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you want to know how many people live in Seaford City, you may want to check out its Population & Steets. Seaford's violent crime rate, for instance, may seem high, but it's actually far lower than the state average. In fact, the city is ranked in the 93rd percentile, placing it below the national average. Of course, this does not mean that the city is completely crime-free; many crimes occur in blocks with few people.

As of 2010, there were 7.72k people living in Seaford, DE. The majority of residents were White, with approximately 4.12k White residents and 2.03k Black or African American (non-Hispanic) residents. Those who identified as White (Hispanic) made up 7.44% of the city's population. Compared to other cities, Seaford, DE has a low rate of unemployment, resulting in a high cost of living for residents.

There are many buildings in the town that have been designated national historic sites. For example, the Burton Hardware Store, the Jesse Robinson House, and the Edgar and Rachel Ross House are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Seaford Station Complex is another listed landmark. This town is home to a variety of historic structures and is home to more than one museum. The city's Comprehensive Plan lays out a detailed development strategy for the entire area.

The Census Bureau uses money income thresholds to determine poverty levels. These thresholds are based on the composition of a family and the number of people living in the household. Families earning less than these thresholds are considered to be impoverished. The percentage of Seaford residents living in poverty ranges from 0% to 1.14% of the population. The lowest income groups are whites, blacks, and Hispanics.