Hot Springs strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Montana):
Walking and Biking to Work
Low Violent Crime
Public Transportation Use
Affordability of Property Taxes
Affordability of Rents
Comparing Hot Springs to similar size places nationwide (Peers) and to other places in Montana (State):
Ratings range from (lowest) to (highest).
|Age of the Population|
|Female Share of the Population|
|Male Share of the Population|
|Well-Paid Single Men|
|Children Under 5 Years Old|
|Portion of People Married|
|Average Household Size|
|College Educated Adults|
|People Above Poverty|
|Median Family Income|
|People in Middle Class or Better|
|Walking and Biking to Work|
|Working at Home|
|Public Transportation Use|
|Short Commute Times|
|People Living Alone|
|Studio & One-Bedroom Rentals|
|Seasonal and Vacation Housing|
|Affordability of Rents|
|Affordability of Property Taxes|
|Housing Recently Built|
|Low Violent Crime|
|Low Property Crime|
|Nearest Medium City||60 miles NW of Missoula, Montana (center to center)|
|Nearest Large City||357 miles E of Seattle, Washington|
|Standard Zip Codes||59845|
|Phone Area Codes||406|
|Time Zone||Mountain (-7 hours from GMT)|
|Daylight Savings||The city observes Daylight Saving Time.|
Nearest Weather StationsNotes:
|Station||POLSON KERR DAM|
|Jan Temp||20 to 33 F|
|Apr Temp||34 to 59 F|
|Jul Temp||52 to 82 F|
|Oct Temp||36 to 58 F|
|Annual Precip||14.9 inches|
|Jan Temp||20 to 35 F|
|Apr Temp||32 to 62 F|
|Jul Temp||49 to 87 F|
|Oct Temp||33 to 61 F|
|Annual Precip||16.5 inches|
|Station||BIGFORK 13 S|
|Jan Temp||22 to 33 F|
|Apr Temp||35 to 56 F|
|Jul Temp||53 to 80 F|
|Oct Temp||37 to 56 F|
|Annual Precip||21.8 inches|
|Average Family Size||2.64|
|American Indian & Alaskan||53||10%|
|Hispanic (included in categories above)||19||3.6%|
|Est. 2005 Population||565|
(From 2000 Census, as reported by individuals)
|Other (often includes Hispanic and African American)||20.6%|
|French (except Basque)||2.6%|
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Serves 74 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 11.6
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