Ingram, Kerr County, Texas

Ingram: City in Kerr County, Texas, USA

About

Ingram is a city located in the county of Kerr in the U.S. state of Texas. Its population at the 2010 census was 1,804 and a population density of 483 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 1,871 inhabitants.

Quick Facts about Ingram

Population : 1,871 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Texas (United States)
County : Kerr County
Postal code : 78025
Phone Area Codes : 830
Area : 3.73 km2
Altitude : 1,732 feet / 528 meters
Time Zone : America/Chicago
Local time : 19:27:11 (7th August 2022)
Density : 501 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 3.58% (2010-2020)
Ingram locator map
Location of Ingram on Texas map.
Ingram Dam image
Ingram Dam
Ingram Dam image

Geography

Ingram is located at 30°4'39"N 99°14'25"W (30.0774300, -99.2403200).

Ingram map

Demographics

The population of Ingram increased by 3.58% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 1,804 - census
2011 1,770 -1.92% estimation process
2012 1,770 0% estimation process
2013 1,773 0.17% estimation process
2014 1,789 0.89% estimation process
2015 1,799 0.56% estimation process
2016 1,810 0.61% estimation process
2017 1,824 0.77% estimation process
2018 1,836 0.65% estimation process
2019 1,850 0.76% estimation process
2020 1,871 1.12% estimation process

Ingram zip code is 78025. County name: Kerr, County fips: 48265

Schools in Ingram

College & universities near Ingram, TX

Code Name City ZIP
224013 BK Cosmo College of Cosmetology Kerrville (TX) 78028-4312

Stations (1)

Amtrak & bus stations near Ingram, TX

Code Name Address Type
SAS San Antonio Station 350 Hoefgen Street RAIL

Post offices near Ingram

Post Office Name City ZIP
Ingram Post Office Ingram (TX) 78025

Other places with the same name (3)

Other cities in Kerr County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Kerr County , TX.

City Name Population Title
Kerrville 23,831 City in Texas, United States

Distance to Other Cities

Ingram distances to largest Texas cities