Brumley, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population and steets in Brumley City have been measured for more than a century, and the statistics are fascinating. However, the tally of crimes per resident isn't always that telling. While Brumley has few retail establishments, many crimes take place in blocks with few residents. Crime rates in red areas don't always mean that Brumley is a dangerous place to live.

By the early 1880s, the population of Brumley had surpassed one hundred. The local mill, powered by steam engine and waterwheel, served the surrounding area. It also transported livestock to Crocker's shipping point. It also contained a large quantity of barites, and schools were built. In addition, a Baptist church was organized in 1855, and the Christian Church took hold in the community in 1883.

Compared to other cities in the U.S., Brumley has a lower poverty rate than most. The local poverty rate is 0.00 percent, while the national poverty rate is about 14 percent. In fact, the poverty rate for Brumley is less than the average for Missouri, with only 95 people living below the poverty line. In fact, the city is home to a number of people who are foreign-born.

The total cost of living in Brumley is $35,371 a year. This is higher than the Missouri average of $33,726 but lower than the national average of $38,433. This estimate is based on the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) study of more than 29,000 U.S. cities and counties. One of the largest components of the cost of living is housing. The median home value in Brumley is $94,300, a lower than the state and national average of $204,900.