CITY LANDING: About Spokane Valley

Learn more about the city of Spokane Valley by reading about the specific demographics and lifestyle that is unique to this city area. This includes local information such as age ranges, population, income, households, schools, search tips, restaurants, shopping, local flavor and more. Knowing the area of Spokane Valley will be essential if you are going to consider renting in Spokane Valley. You can also view apartments for rent in Spokane Valley, WA by clicking the link and search box below.

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Spokane Valley Demographic Information

  • Age Ranges  
    0-9: 13.67%
    10-17: 11.91%
    18-29: 17.04%
    30-39: 14.58%
    40-49: 15.66%
    50-64: 14.65%
    65 & Over: 12.49%
  • Population  
    Land Area: 1,763.64 sq mi
    Total Population: 440,706
    Population Density Ranking (National): 87th percentile
    Population Density Ranking (State): 82nd percentile
    Population Growth Rate: 0
    Population Growth Rate Ranking (National): 75th percentile
    Population Growth Rate Ranking (State): 47th percentile
  • Income  
    Median Income: $40,151
    Average Income Households W/ Children: $57,174
    Median Income Ranking (National): 70th percentile
    Median Income Ranking (State): 55th percentile
    Average Income Households W/ Children Ranking (National): 76th percentile
    Average Income Households W/ Children Ranking (State): 68th percentile
  • Households  
    Married: 51st percentile
    Single: 49th percentile
    Married With Children: 23rd percentile
    Married With No Children: 28th percentile
    Single With Children: 10th percentile
    Single With No Children: 39th percentile
  • Schools  
    Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.21 : 1

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