Koloa strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Hawaii):
Walking and Biking to Work
Affordability of Rents
Short Commute Times
Comparing Koloa to similar size places nationwide (Peers) and to other places in Hawaii (State):
Ratings range from (lowest) to (highest).
|Male Share of the Population|
|Children Under 5 Years Old|
|Well-Paid Single Men|
|Age of the Population|
|Female Share of the Population|
|Average Household Size|
|Portion of People Married|
|Median Family Income|
|People in Middle Class or Better|
|College Educated Adults|
|People Above Poverty|
|Walking and Biking to Work|
|Short Commute Times|
|Working at Home|
|Public Transportation Use|
|Studio & One-Bedroom Rentals|
|Housing Recently Built|
|Seasonal and Vacation Housing|
|Affordability of Property Taxes|
|Affordability of Rents|
|People Living Alone|
|Nearest Large City||111 miles W of Honolulu, Hawaii|
|Standard Zip Codes||96756|
|Phone Area Codes||808|
|Time Zone||Hawaii (-10 hours from GMT)|
|Daylight Savings||The city does not observes Daylight Saving Time.|
Nearest Weather StationsNotes:
|Station||LIHUE AP 1020.1|
|Jan Temp||65 to 78 F|
|Apr Temp||69 to 79 F|
|Jul Temp||74 to 84 F|
|Oct Temp||73 to 84 F|
|Annual Precip||39.5 inches|
|Jan Temp||64 to 80 F|
|Apr Temp||65 to 83 F|
|Jul Temp||70 to 87 F|
|Oct Temp||69 to 86 F|
|Annual Precip||21.2 inches|
|Station||WAIMEA ARBORETUM 892.2|
|Jan Temp||61 to 79 F|
|Apr Temp||64 to 82 F|
|Jul Temp||68 to 86 F|
|Oct Temp||67 to 86 F|
|Annual Precip||54.6 inches|
|Average Family Size||3.25|
|American Indian & Alaskan||5||0.3%|
|Hispanic (included in categories above)||221||11.4%|
(From 2000 Census, as reported by individuals)
|Other (often includes Hispanic and African American)||80.4%|
|French (except Basque)||0.4%|
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|City, State||Similarity||1 Person Houses||65+||College Grads||Commute Minutes||Family Income||Kids 0-4||Non White||Pop.||Poverty||Prop. Crime||Seasonal Housing||Viol. Crime|
|1. Mount Gilead, North Carolina||86||23.2%||18.9%||14.8%||24||$36,250||6.6%||53.7%||1,389||18.3%||48.2||1.3%||9.4|
|2. Pinetops, North Carolina||84.9||23.6%||15.6%||10.4%||22||$36,544||6.7%||57.8%||1,419||20.8%||71.2||0.8%||7.8|
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