Demographics

2010 Census Data

(Unless Otherwise Noted)
Size:

At 6.58 square miles, Greenville is Montcalm County’s largest municipality.

City of Greenville Population:

8,481 – This is a +6.9% population growth since 2000

  • Montcalm County population: 63,342
  • Montcalm, Kent & Ionia population: 729,869
  • Number of Greenville households: 3,464
  • Average household size: 2.39
  • Average household income (Greenville): $31,993 American Community Survey
  • High School Education: 77.2% American Community Survey

Click here for a map highlighting the area within a 15 and 20 mile radius of Greenville, Michigan.

Click here for a document that outlines the towns, populations, zip codes and median family incomes of the areas highlighted on that map.

Traffic Counts:

Click here for Michigan Department of Transportation’s Average Daily Traffic (ADT) on state roads M-91 and M-57.  Just click on “entire state ADT map” and zoom in.

Taxes:

Assessed valuation of the city of Greenville in 1998 was $179,000,000.  The City’s tax rate is $13 per $1,000 assessed value.

Geography:

Moderately hilly, surrounded by farmland and wooded tracts, watered by several streams and the Flat River.  Elevation is approximately 839 feet.

Climate:

Temperatures range on an average from 21 degrees during the winter to 78 degrees in the summer.  Average annual rainfall is 36 inches.  Average annual snowfall is 60 inches.

  • The Greenville area enjoys a moderate climate.
  • January temperatures range from 13 to 29 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Summer temperatures range from 53 to 87 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • The average snowfall is 3.5”
  • Average annual snowfall: 60”
  • The average rainfall is 2.5″
  • Average annual rainfall is 36″
Montcalm County’s Report Card

A mechanism to track how well citizens’ needs are being addressed over time regarding education, safety, health care, and economic development.

 

 


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