Lynndyl has a population of 104 people,
according to the Census data for 2016.
Compared to 2010, this number has
decreased by 2 people (1.9%), so we
can confidently say that the dynamics of
growth are negative. If you compare the rate of population growth with the nearest cities, such
as Joseph or Peoa, you will find that these cities
population growth of 6 and a decline of 123 people, respectively (1.7%
and -48.6% correspondingly)
The Lynndyl median household income is $68,750 (according to the US Census Bureau records for 2016).
A household income is one of the easiest to understand statistical indicators that is used to evaluate the economy of the city.
Simply put, it is calculated by summarizing incomes of all adult members of the household.
In comparison with the data for year 2010, this figure has increased by $16875 (32.5%).
Compared with the neighboring cities, the median household income in Lynndyl is lower than in Eagle Mountain ($69,018),
but greater than in West Jordan ($68,442).
The median household income in Utah is $60,727 (11.7% lower than in Lynndyl)
A poverty rate is one of the key economic indicators.
It shows the proportion of the population whose income
is less than the poverty line in the area. The lower the number is, the more prosperous the life of society is.
The current poverty rate in Lynndyl is 3.3%. In the neighboring cities,
this figure is as follows: in Orangeville, 3.4% of the
population live below the poverty line, in Cottonwood Heights — 3.3%.
The poverty rate in Utah is 9.15%. Based on such indicators as the poverty rate, we assume that
life in Lynndyl is slightly better than the average for the state.
2.8% of housing units in Lynndyl are occupied by renters (2016).
A housing unit means a house, an apartment, a mobile home, a room or any other structure that is used for habitation.
In 2010, the share of renter-occupied housing units was higher — 10.0%.
It seems that now less people live in rented houses in Lynndyl than before.
Neighboring cities have the following shares of renter-occupied housing units: Elk Ridge (4.4%), Wallsburg (3.3%).
There are 7 renter occupied households in Lynndyl (2016).
This is just a rough estimation based on Census and ESRI demographic data. Since 2015, the number of such type of households has
increased by 2% (7 households
in 2016 vs. 7 in 2015).
Nearby cities have the following renter-occupied housing unit numbers: there are 17 households in Joseph, 12 units in Wallsburg.
Here are how many evictions were made in nearby cities in 2016 : 1 from housing were made in South Weber, 1 in Erda. Reasons for evictions can be different-code violations, violations of the terms of the lease, etc. But often the main reason is the failure to pay the rent on time. That is why a large number of evictions (especially when there is a tendency to increase this number) may indicate a deterioration of the economy.
The total number of eviction cases that were registered in the Lynndyl in 2016 is 0.00.
Please note that some addresses may have multiple eviction cases during the year. Compared to the neighboring cities, Lynndyl has less eviction cases than Benjamin (0.31 filing in 2016),
less eviction cases than Castle Dale (0.05 filing).
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