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

This map shows the crime rates in different neighborhoods in Easton City, Pennsylvania. The crime grade of a neighborhood indicates how safe or dangerous that area is. It displays crime rates by type and severity, and a B+ grade means that a neighborhood is safe. In terms of safety, Easton ranks 72nd out of 100 cities, with a score of B+. This makes it a much safer place than many other cities, but it is also far from safe. Below you can see crime rates in other cities in the area.

In terms of affordability, Easton has a relatively lower median home price than most other towns and cities in Pennsylvania. Easton's median home price is only $51,300, which is 24.1% below the state average. The average home price to income ratio for Easton is 2.8, which is lower than the state average. However, the population of Easton is overwhelmingly educated, with 81.4% of residents holding a high school degree or higher. There are also many people in the local government, including the 17th district representative, Matt Cartwright.

The city's population was spread out. Twenty-three percent of its residents were under the age of 18, while 16.3% were between 18-24 and 29.9% were between 25-44 and 45-64. The median age in the city was 32, with the majority being white. The male-to-female ratio was 97.4 to every 100 females, and the racial composition was 0.1% black.