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About Des Moines, Washington
The Demographics in Des Moines, Washington are fairly average for the area. According to the 2000 census, approximately 74.15% of the population was non-Hispanic White, 7.2% of the population was African American, 8.28% was of Asian descent, 6.61% was Hispanic, and the rest of the city classified itself as “other races” or “two or more races”. The average income for an individual working in Des Moines was about $24,127 and the median household income was about $49,000 per year. 5.6% of families are living at or below the poverty line, which is about 7% of the overall population.
The Highline School District serves most Des Moines children, with a few neighborhoods in Des Moines being served by Federal Way School District. The secondary schools in Des Moines are Mount Rainier High School, Pacific Middle School, and Aviation High School. Des Moines is also home to Highline Community College. The possibility exists for post-secondary educational institutions to open within the city in the next few decades as the population in Des Moines increases. The population in Des Moines has grown steadily through the years, particularly in the 1970s and 1980s. Though the 2012 estimated population puts more than 30,000 people in Des Moines – that’s literally 1,000x the population in Des Moines at the turn of the century.
Des Moines is perhaps best known for being home to Saltwater State Park, the most popular State Park in the Puget Sound region. More than 750,000 people visit the park every year to enjoy the sandy beach or scuba dive in the rocky tide flats. The beach is nearly a quarter of a mile long and looks out on the glory and splendor of Puget Sound. Most of the homes in Des Moines, in fact, enjoy an unobstructed view of Puget Sound and Vashon Island.
Located in King County, Washington, Des Moines was founded between 1792 and 1867 and has a 2012 estimated population of more than 30,000 residents. The city is surrounded by Burien and SeaTac to the north, Kent to the East, Federal Way to the South, and Puget Sound to its west and has a total land area of approximately 6.3 square miles. The most visible asset in the City of Des Moines is the 838 berth small boat marina, which originally opened in 1870 and underwent an expansion 1980 that added 670 foot aluminum and concrete fishing pier on the north end.
Des Moines is home to Saltwater State Park, an 87.4 acre park. The main attraction in Saltwater State Park is the extensive saltwater beachfront, which includes a swimming beach and rocky tide flats commonly enjoyed by scuba divers. There are also a number of nature trails that hikers can enjoy that offer amazing almost-Arial views of the state park and Puget Sound. More than 750,000 visitors make their way to Saltwater State Park every year, making this Des Moines attraction the most-used state park in the Puget Sound region.
In addition to the Saltwater State Park, Des Moines is also home to Des Moines Beach Park (formerly a beach bible camp). Des Moines is not home to any large industries and, as a result, the median household income is in line with the national average. Most families in Des Moines earn about $45,000 a year, though more than 7% of the population lives at or below the poverty line. Educational institutions in Des Moines are limited to Elementary, Middle, and High schools and one community college – Highline Community College.
The demographics in Des Moines are about average for the area with 75% of the population made up of non-Hispanic Whites and significant minorities of African Americans and Asians.
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