Community Profile Snapshot
Youngsville, LA (70592)



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Introduction:
 
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Youngsville-at-a-Glance
 
Mid-scale, low-density towns lying at he outskirts of major metro areas.
County Seat:
Population:
Median Age:
Average Family Size:
Median Home Value:
Median Household Income:
Lafayette County
18,878
32.80
3.18
$181,000
$70,849
Cost Of Living Index:
Scholastic Index:
Unemployment Rate:
Safety/Crime Index:
Commute Time (minutes):
106.38
Average
4.5%
Moderate
0
Demographics:
 
Demographic information helps you understand the characteristics of the people who live in a community. Are they male or female, young or old? Are most people singles living alone or families with young children? Relocation Essentials has pulled the most reliable data available to help you evaluate the demographic profile of prospective areas. In addition to your area of interest, where applicable, we have included metropolitan and county data as a comparison.
Population:
Community:
County:
Male 49.46 48.81
Female 50.54 51.19
Family Environment:

Now Married
Never Married
Widowed
Divorced
Families with Children
      Age: 6 yrs only
      Age: 6 yrs & 6 to 17 yrs
      Age: 6 to 17 yrs
Families with no Children

Children Breakdown by Age:
      0 - 4
      5 - 9
      10 - 13
      14 - 17
Community

26.99
36.30
2.12
6.65
15.00
433.38
100.00
133.33
5.00


8.77
8.41
8.28
4.02
County

35.95
52.90
4.85
9.22
23.00
147.83
100.00
185.94
18.00


7.07
6.65
6.69
4.08

Housing and Taxes:
 

For many homeowners, their residence is their largest investment. Before purchasing, it is important to understand how this investment will grow in value. This report provides appreciation schedules for the community under consideration. This section also contains important tax and demographic information helpful in making this all important home purchase decision.

Housing :

Vacancy Total
Vacancy for Rent
Vacancy for Sale
Occupancy Total
Tenure Total
Community:

855
56.39%
43.61%
4,199
3,940
County:

11,238
81.84%
18.16%
78,286
72,478
Taxes:

Tax Rate

Tax Food

Percent Income

Income Taxes

Tax per Capita

State Sales Tax

Local Sales Tax
Community:

4%

0

5%

2 - 6%

$1,994

4%

4.87%
STATE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES (Tax rates for tax year 2018 -- as of January 1, 2018)

Tax Rates # of   Income Brackets   Personal Exemption     Federal Tax
Low   High Brackets   Low   High   Single Married Child     Deduction
2% - 6% 3   $10,000 - $50,000   4500 9000 1000     Y

Source: The Federation of Tax Administrators from various sources.
Climate:
 
Do you love to play in the snow? Do you wilt when the thermometer reaches above 80 degrees? Do you love to watch the rain, or does it depress you? For many of us, the weather greatly impacts our mood and the enjoyment we gain from a city. For this reason, Relocation Essentials has included an in-depth section on climate. This section has important information on the "elements" that ultimate affect your comfort.
Annual Temperature:
Winter Temperature (Dec-Mar):
Summer Temperature (Jun-Aug):
Annual Precipitation (Rain):
Annual Snowfall:
Morning Relative Humidity:
Afternoon Relative Humidity:


Other tidbits:
Days Colder than 32 deg.
Days Warmer than 90 deg.
Extreme High
Extreme Low
Percentage Sunny Days
68°
56°
82°
45°

89%
65%


0
112
99°
30°
72
Cost of Living:
 
Monthly Expenditures:

Food & Groceries
Housing
Utilities
Transportation
Health Care
Misc.
Taxes*



$444
$970
$215
$296
$137
$845
$1,167

These figures assume a federal tax rate of 28% and an annual income of $50,000.

Many families are surprised by the cost of daily necessities after moving to a new area. When considering relocation, it is important to understand how expensive items such as utilities, food and healthcare services are. This section of the report shows reflects the costs associated with living in the community profiled, and compares it against the national average.
On the graph below, the National Average is set at zero. As a result, items greater then zero are higher than the national average and items less then zero are below the national average.

Crime and Safety:
 
We all like to feel that our homes, families, and property are safe. For this reason, Relocation Essentials has compiled a crime rating for your proposed area. This section has specific crime rates for the zip code, and compares these numbers to the national average which is five for all categories.

A score of two (“2”) means that the overall risk of crime in the desginated zip code is “Low” well below the average. Conversely, a score of seven (“7”) is moderately High and should be consdiered above the average risk factor.
Overall Score
  5 
Education:
 
Quality education is important to everyone, whether you currently have children in school, plan to have children in school, or are hiring people who attended these schools. This section has information on high school graduation and standardized test scores for the public school system in this area. The website and address for the school district is also listed. Additionally, school specific information is available beginning on page eight of this report.
District Contact Information:
School District:
Lafayette Parish

Contact Information:
113 Chaplin Dr
Lafayette , LA 70508
(337) 521-7000

Web Address:
Unavailable

  District
  Number of AP Courses
Number of SAT test takers
Number of ACT test takers
ACT-25%
ACT-75%
2
10
295
18
24
Local Schools Listings:
 
Public, High School
O. Comeaux High School
100 West Bluebird Dr
Lafayette, LA 70508
Lafayette High School
3000 West Congress St
Lafayette, LA 70506
Acadiana High School
315 Rue Du Belier
Lafayette, LA 70506
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Public, Middle School
O. Comeaux High School
100 West Bluebird Dr
Lafayette, LA 70508
Youngsville Middle School
600 Church St
Youngsville, LA 70592
Edgar Martin Middle School
401 Broadmoor Blvd
Lafayette, LA 70503
 
Public, Elementary School
Ernest Gallet Elementary School
2901 East Milton Ave
Youngsville, LA 70592
Youngsville Middle School
600 Church St
Youngsville, LA 70592
Green T. Lindon Elementary School
603 Ave B
Youngsville, LA 70592

Please note that while we do the best we can to estimate the schools in the area we cannot gaurantee that these schools will be the ones that apply to your specific location as attendance areas vary.

If you would like to preview any of these schools individually, please visit our school reports.







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