The Delco City, Pennsylvania population is a diverse blend of residents from different races. In 2011, for instance, the city's median household income was $46,030 and the per capita income was $23,668. Among full and part-time workers, the poverty rate was 0.00%, and the rate for non-workers was 6.88%. Non-citizens included legal permanent residents, international students, temporary workers, and illegal immigrants.
The Delaware downtown is the heart of the city, a hub of business activity. It is home to the Strand Theatre, the oldest continuously operating movie theater in the state, and several restaurants with outdoor seating. Other amenities in Delaware include the Arts Castle, which offers ballet classes and fiber arts classes. There's also the Boardman Arts Park, which hosts outdoor art exhibits, a farmers market, and the Delaware Beer & Wine Festival.
Delaware served as a stop on the Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati Railroad. By the late 1890s, additional railroad lines were built, and Delaware boasted its own electric street railway. By the early 1930s, the city's electric interurban service was in place. It is located approximately 24 miles north of the state capital, Columbus. The Olentangy River runs through the town. Its population is approximately 30,000, making it one of the largest cities in the state.
The population of Delaware County was only 24,679 in 1850. It increased to 117,000 by 1910. The current city manager is R. Thomas Homan. The county seat is Media. Delaware County has three boroughs and seven townships, each with their own mayor and vice mayor. Within the borough, the population of the borough is 5,500. A council meeting is held monthly, and the mayor and vice mayor are elected every two years.