Earl Park, Indiana Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Earl Park City, Indiana is 348 people, and it is part of the Lafayette, Indiana, Metropolitan Statistical Area. The first school was built in 1874, and later expanded to include a second story. In 1880, the city gained a Methodist and Catholic church, which each cost $2,500 to build. The town is home to an annual fall festival that features a tractor pull, flea market, demolition derby, and some of the country's finest Blue Grass bands.

The median age of the population was 42 years. Twenty-one percent of residents were under the age of eighteen. Twenty-four percent of residents were aged between 25 and 44, and twenty-one percent were 65 and older. Males outnumbered females by a ratio of 53:46. The area has a median house value of $51,313 and a slightly higher than average percentage of foreign-born residents.

There are also several shopping centers in the area. The largest one is Kendall Marketplace, an 800,000-square-foot mall, which is on the northwest side of the City. Numerous strip malls are located on major arterial roads. The population is concentrated in neighborhoods around Park Avenue. The majority of the city's homes are in the Park Avenue area. A thriving business district, a number of restaurants, and a small park attract many people.