Mabank Kaufman County, Texas

Mabank: Town of the United States

About

Mabank is a town located in the county of Kaufman in the U.S. state of Texas. Its population at the 2010 census was 3,035 and a population density of 158 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 4,398 inhabitants.

The town was created 122 years ago in 1899.

Mabank Quick Facts

Population : 4,398 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Texas (United States)
County : Kaufman County
Postal code : 75147
Phone Area Codes : 903
Area : 19.18 km2
Altitude : 394 feet / 120 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1900 (122 years ago)
Time Zone : America/Chicago
Local time : 03:21:42 (26th May 2022)
Density : 229 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 30.99% (2010-2020)
Mabank locator map
Location of Mabank on Texas map.
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Mabank High School
Mabank High School image

Geography

Mabank is located at 32°21'60"N 96°6'3"W (32.3665300, -96.1008100).

Mabank map

Demographics

The population of Mabank increased by 30.99% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 3,035 - census
2011 3,035 0% estimation process
2012 3,052 0.56% estimation process
2013 3,069 0.55% estimation process
2014 3,161 2.91% estimation process
2015 3,234 2.26% estimation process
2016 3,331 2.91% estimation process
2017 3,468 3.95% estimation process
2018 3,720 6.77% estimation process
2019 3,995 6.88% estimation process
2020 4,398 9.16% estimation process

Demographic Facts

Estimated population as of July 1, 2019 : 5,832
Based on demographic estimates as of April 1, 2010 : 5,719
Based on demographic estimates as of 1 April 2010 : 2.0%
April 1, 2020 Population : 5,959
April 1, 2010 Population : 5,719
People under 5 years old, percentage : 3.2%
People under 18 years old, percentage : 18.3%
People over 65 (%) : 19.8%
Female persons, % : 48.1%
White only, percent : 92.0%
Black or African American alone, percent : 4.0%
American Indian and Alaska Native only, % : 0.1%
Asians alone % : 3.8%
Only Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders, % : 0.0%
% of people who have participated in two or more races : 0.1%
% of Hispanic or Latino : 1.7%
White people, not Hispanic or Latino people, make up the majority of the population. : 90.3%
2015-2019 Veterans : 407
Percentage of foreign-born people, 2015-2019 : 2.1%
Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 : 70.5%

Mabank zip code is 75147. County name: Henderson, County fips: 48213

Economic Facts

Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 : 70.5%
Owner-occupied housing unit median value, 2015-2019 : $166,000
From 2015 to 2019, the median selected monthly owner costs - with a mortgage : $1,507
Monthly owner costs, without a mortgage, at the median, 2015-2019 : $602
2015-2019 median gross rent : $746
2015-2019 Households : 2,442
Population per household, 2015-2019 : 2.35
Living in the same house a year ago, percentage of people aged one year and up, 2015-2019 : 93.1%
Languages other than English spoken at home, as a percentage of people aged 5 and up, 2015-2019 : 6.2%
Households with computers, %, 2015-2019 : 90.9%
Percentage of households with a broadband Internet subscription, 2015-2019 : 85.6%
Percentage of people aged 25 and up with a high school diploma or higher, 2015-2019 : 94.1%
Bachelor's degree or higher, proportion of people aged 25 and up, 2015-2019 : 23.5%
Percentage of people under the age of 65 who have a disability, 2015-2019 : 10.4%
Persons under the age of 65 who do not have health insurance, as a percentage : 5.3%
Total civilian labor force, percent of population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 59.5%
Female labor force participation in the civilian labor force, as a percentage of the population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 52.4%
Total sales of lodging and food services in 2012 ($1,000) : 79,054
Total receipts/revenue for health care and social assistance in 2012 ($1,000) : 20,288
2012 total retail sales ($1,000) : 196,334
2012 total retail sales per capita : $34,234
Mean commute time to work (in minutes), workers aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 22.0
2015-2019 median household income (in 2019 dollars) : $55,957
Income per capita in the previous 12 months (in 2019 dollars), 2015-2019 : $31,934
Percentage of people living in poverty : 11.2%
Total number of businesses in 2012 : 456
Men-owned businesses in 2012 : 175
Women-owned businesses in 2012 : 138
Minority-owned businesses in 2012 : F
Non-minority-owned businesses in 2012 : 369
Veteran-owned businesses in 2012 : 29
Nonveteran-owned businesses in 2012 : 280
2010 population per square mile : 883.1
2010 land area in square miles : 6.48

People born in Mabank (1)

American politician (1913-1984) Lindley Beckworth was born in Mabank

Schools in Mabank

College & universities near Mabank, TX

Code Name City ZIP
225308 Trinity Valley Community College Athens (TX) 75751

Stations (5)

Amtrak & bus stations near Mabank, TX

Code Name Address Type
MIN Mineola 115 East Front St. RAIL
MSQ Mesquite, TX 1331 Highway 80 East \r\n1331 Highway 80 East \r\n BUS
TYL Tyler, TX 303 North Bois D'Arc Street BUS
DAL Union Station 400 South Houston St. RAIL
DAG Dallas, TX 205 South Lamar Street BUS

Post offices near Mabank

Post Office Name City ZIP
Mabank Post Office Mabank (TX) 75147

Other cities in Kaufman County

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

City Name Population Title
Forney 29,246 City in Texas, United States
Terrell 19,693 Town in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
Kaufman 8,576 City in Texas, USA
Crandall 4,268 City in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
Talty 2,883 City in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
Combine 2,537 City in Texas
Kemp 1,251 Town of the United States
Scurry 811 Town in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
Oak Grove 667 Town in Kaufman County, Texas
Post Oak Bend City 626 Town of the United States
Oak Ridge 575 Town in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
Rosser 422 Human settlement in Kaufman County, Texas, United States of America
Grays Prairie 388 Human settlement in Kaufman County, Texas, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Mabank distances to largest Texas cities