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About Boone Township

Boone Township is a suburb in the Boone Metro Area and in the Watauga County. It has a population of 10,284 and a population density of 6,447, which is 99% above the national average. It has a median age of 20, which is 12 years below the Boone Metro median age and 19 years below the national average.


Boone Township has a median home value of $445,900, which is 47% above the Metro average.The average rent of $1,798 is 52% above the metro average rent and 14% below the national average rent. The average household income in Boone Township is $35,412 , which is 24% below the Metro average household income and 53% below the national average of household income.


The average school rating in Boone Township is 6. Boone Township also has a crime index 75 that is below the national average, making it one of the best places to raise a family in Boone.


$445,900Median Home Value
$238,000 Boone Metro Area
$1,798Median Rent
$870 Boone Metro Area
6 /10 - 8 /10
School Rating
75
Crime Index
100
National Crime Index

Boone Township Zip Code

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Boone Township's population is made up of 10% married, 87% single, 2% divorced and 1% widowed. Millennials make up the largest percentage of the population at 46%, while Baby Boomers have the second largest segment at 7%. Homeowners make up 19% of the population in Boone Township.

10,284Population
55,669 Boone Metro Area
6,447Population Density
  • 41% Male
  • 59% Female
20 Median Age
32 Boone Metro Area
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The Per Capita income in Boone Township is $13,653. The Median Household Income is $35,412 and the Boone Township Unemployment Rate is 16%.

$13,653Income Per Capita
$27,962 Boone Metro Area
$35,412Median Household Income
$46,453 Boone Metro Area
47% Poverty Rate
24% Boone Metro Area
16% Unemployment Rate
9% Boone Metro Area
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$445,900Median Home Value
$238,000 Boone Metro Area
$1,798Median Rent
$870 Boone Metro Area
2Average Household Size
2 Boone Metro Area

Occupancy Type

Renters
81%
Home Owners
19%
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6 /10 - 8 /10
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Top Schools in Boone Township

Watauga County School District
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361 Jefferson Road, Boone, NC, 28607
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PK, K-8
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13 mins Average Travel Time To Work
Commute To
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
2 hr 34 mins
Winston Township, NC
1 hr 58 mins
Bennett College for Women
2 hr 34 mins
Queens University of Charlotte
2 hr 34 mins
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Boone Township crime index is 75 which is lower than the national average. Click here to see the Safest Places to Live in Boone Township.

75
Crime Index
100
National Crime Index

Crime Index represents the risk of crime occurring in a area and is measured against national index of 100. If the Crime Index of an area is above 100 the crime in that area is relatively higher when compared to US. If the Crime Index of an area is below 100 the crime in that area is lower when compared to US.

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