Listed below are the population and steets for Gibson City, Illinois. This information is based on data from the United States Census Bureau. The most common racial or ethnic groups living below the poverty line in Gibson City, IL are White, Black, and Native American. According to the Census Bureau, to be considered poor, a family's income must be below a certain level.
In 2019 the population of Gibson City, IL was 3.36k and 100% of residents were U.S. citizens. The median property value was $100,900, and 63.7% of households owned at least one car. Compared to other U.S. cities, Gibson City residents drove alone to work, with an average commute time of 22.7 minutes. The median household owned two cars, with the average household owning two vehicles.
The median household income in Gibson City, IL is $44,973. This is less than the national average of $65,712 per person. In 2010, the median income was $42,683, which represents a 5.37% annual increase. By comparison, the median household income in Gibson City, IL is lower than that of its neighboring and parent geographies. This decrease is primarily due to a higher cost of living, with more people renting homes.
The population of Gibson City is split up into five wards. The Central Ward has the highest density, and it shares an unbroken border with the downtown area. The North and East Wards are separated by Interstate 280. The West and South Wards are not connected to the downtown area. The population is primarily white. A small percentage of people are Hispanic. The median age is 26.5.