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

If you are searching for the Population & Steets in CLYDE City, Ohio, you've come to the right place. Located in Sandusky county, Clyde is a city that was once called Centreville. Clyde is home to Sherwood Anderson, a young lieutenant in the Indian wars who founded the town in 1819. The young lieutenant wrote about Clyde in his famous novel "Winesburg, Ohio." Clyde was involved in the automobile revolution in the early 1900s, and was also home to a pioneering brass era company.

In 1882, Patrick Downey homesteaded 160 acres of land on Clyde Hill. This land extended into Bellevue, and was bounded by NE 16th Street on the north and 100th Avenue NE on the east. The southern slope of Clyde Hill is where he built his home. Downey traveled to Seattle by rowing across Lake Washington.

The population of Clyde is 782. Its median household income is $43,875 and its unemployment rate is 0.8 percent. This means that residents of Clyde are less likely to be poor than those in nearby communities. The poverty rate in Clyde City is low, but the number of people living in poverty is still significant. While this is an unfavorable statistic for the community, it does suggest that the people of Clyde are generally well-off.

The population of Clyde City is diverse and consists of a wide age range. Twenty-four percent of the population was under the age of 18, while 13.8% of households were made up of individuals. In addition to this, twenty-four percent of the population was 55 years old and older. The median family size in Clyde City is 2.61 people, with a male outnumbering a female.