North Miami, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

This article will discuss the population and steets of North Miami City, Florida. Before we discuss the demographics of the city, we should first define its geography. In other words, the city is located in Miami-Dade County, Florida. This city was originally known as the Town of Miami Shores from 1926 to 1931. This town was named after its early eastern boundary, the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, before the incorporation, the town's boundary was the arch creek settlement.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the median age in North Miami was 32.8 years old. That age group has grown by about 4 percent since 2010. The total number of housing units in North Miami is 21,496. Eighty-six percent of the housing stock is multi-family structures. The remaining 38.1 percent is single-family homes. For Miami-Dade County, the percentage of multi-family dwellings is 30.9 percent.

The per capita income in North Miami was $22,023. This was below the median income in Miami-Dade County and the nation. A family of four earns $88,092. Consequently, the income inequality in the city is lower than the state and county averages. The median household income of North Miami is about 12.7 percent lower than that of Miami-Dade County. There are a mix of wealthy and poor residents in North Miami.

The City of North Miami is home to an estimated 86.6 percent of workers. This means that the average North Miami household makes forty-six percent of their income, and nine percent uses public transportation. The percentage of workers who use public transit is significantly lower than the state median. By comparison, the average North Miami household spends nearly thirty-five percent of their income on transportation. The same percentage of people who use public transit travel more than sixty minutes per day.