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

What's the Population & Steets in Centervill City? In Centerville, Ohio, about 24,000 people live. The majority of residents are middle-aged and older. However, there are some lower-income residents, and the city has a larger percentage of retirees than the national average. The median age in Centerville is forty-five, and many residents are black or Latino. The median home value is $76,300, and vacancy rates are lower than the state's average of 8.3%.

Centerville City is about 10 miles south of Salt Lake City and consists of a small downtown area. While it may not seem like much, Centerville's Main Street is dotted with locally-owned businesses. The small-town atmosphere has attracted national retail industries to the town. And it has a strong local economy, making it a great place to live. However, it's important to remember that Centerville is still primarily a bedroom community.

While Centerville City Center residents are typically English-speakers, the majority of them identify with a particular ethnic group. The City Center neighborhood has a higher proportion of people with Czechoslovakian ancestry than any other neighborhood. More than half of Centerville City's residents are enrolled in college or graduate school. The city's high school graduates, on average, earn more than $9,000 a year than the national average.

Centerville is an LDS town. Its first ward was organized in 1852 and was led by Bishop Sanford Porter. By 1917, the city was divided into two wards, and three in 1953. The city continues to grow and now has four stakes and 26 wards. Grace Lutheran church, led by the Reverend Peter C. Hovland, is one of the many religious denominations in Centerville. Centerville residents of other faiths affiliate with Salt Lake City or Bountiful.