Neck City, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you want to know the average violent crime rate in Neck City, you should know where to look. The city's violent crime map shows how many crimes are committed each year per 1,000 residents. For comparison, a higher violent crime rate in the west part of the city is indicative of a more dangerous neighborhood. While this map may look unintuitive, you'll find that it closely resembles population maps in other states.

Listed on the state map are cities that are incorporated, have city limits, and a sign identifying the city as such. Another factor is population. As of 2000, Neck City had a population of 119. Compared to Purcell, which had a population of 357, Alba, with a population of 588, Neck City had a population of only 119. While Neck City's population was no longer listed in the census records as of 2010, it began working on population growth. With the help of federal CDBG funding, it began demolition of dilapidated privately-owned buildings.

The median property value in Neck City, MO is $82,100, which is 0.341 times lower than the national average. As of 2019, the median property value declined from $85,500 to $82,100, or 3.98%. Additionally, the median homeownership rate in Neck City, MO is 95.3%, which is higher than the national average of 64.1%. The most common job groups in Neck City, MO include Production Occupations, Construction & Extraction Occupations, and Food Preparation & Serving Related Occupations.