In Lake St. Louis, Missouri, the population is comprised of over 82,000 people. The largest industries are retail trade, manufacturing, health care & social assistance, and information, utilities, and management of companies & enterprises. There are very few people living below the poverty line in Lake St. Louis, and the highest percentage of poverty is amongst the elderly and unemployed. The school district is the Wentzville R-IV.
The population of Lake Saint Louis City has increased by more than a quarter since 1850, when the first gas station opened in the country. In fact, it ranked second in the nation for automobile production. A large percentage of African-Americans and Southeast Missourians had relocated to St. Louis during the Great Migration, from the South and Southeast Missouri. By the time the 1940s came around, the population had fallen to around 800,000 people.
The city is located in Missouri, between Interstate 64 and 70. As of the 2010 US Census, the population of Lake St. Louis was estimated to be around 17,186. As with any other city in Missouri, the population of Lake St. Louis is estimated to reach 17186 by 2020. This number does not include the estimated population of the surrounding region. You can view the population density by clicking on the map below.
The average commute time for residents of Lake St. Louis City is 24.2 minutes, a minute less than the national average. Many commuters commute to St. Louis for work because of the variety of job opportunities there. A 45-minute drive can take you to downtown St. Louis, where you can find almost anything you need. In addition, there is a metro area that is more than a half hour away from Lake St. Louis.