North Tonawanda Niagara County, New York

North Tonawanda: City in New York, USA

About

North Tonawanda is a city located in the county of Niagara in the U.S. state of New York. Its population at the 2010 census was 31,568 and a population density of 1,118 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 30,050 inhabitants.

North Tonawanda Quick Facts

Population : 30,050 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : New York (United States)
County : Niagara County
Postal code : 14120
Phone Area Codes : 716
Area : 28.24 km2
Altitude : 574 feet / 175 meters
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 15:09:23 (24th May 2022)
Density : 1,064 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -5.05% (2010-2020)
North Tonawanda locator map
Location of North Tonawanda on New York map.
North Tonawanda Post Office Nov 08 image
North Tonawanda Post Office Nov 08
North Tonawanda Post Office Nov 08 image

Geography

North Tonawanda is located at 43°2'19"N 78°51'51"W (43.0386700, -78.8642000).

North Tonawanda map

Demographics

According to census records, the population of North Tonawanda decreased by 5.05% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 31,568 - census
2011 31,421 -0.47% estimation process
2012 31,235 -0.6% estimation process
2013 31,079 -0.5% estimation process
2014 30,921 -0.51% estimation process
2015 30,744 -0.58% estimation process
2016 30,598 -0.48% estimation process
2017 30,433 -0.54% estimation process
2018 30,397 -0.12% estimation process
2019 30,245 -0.5% estimation process
2020 30,050 -0.65% estimation process

Demographic Facts

Estimated population as of July 1, 2019 : 49,831
Based on demographic estimates as of April 1, 2010 : 37,273
Based on demographic estimates as of 1 April 2010 : 33.7%
April 1, 2020 Population : 53,293
April 1, 2010 Population : 37,280
People under 5 years old, percentage : 4.5%
People under 18 years old, percentage : 14.9%
People over 65 (%) : 9.2%
Female persons, % : 47.0%
White only, percent : 92.1%
Black or African American alone, percent : 0.7%
American Indian and Alaska Native only, % : 1.0%
Asians alone % : 2.2%
Only Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders, % : 0.0%
% of people who have participated in two or more races : 3.3%
% of Hispanic or Latino : 3.8%
White people, not Hispanic or Latino people, make up the majority of the population. : 89.6%
2015-2019 Veterans : 2,162
Percentage of foreign-born people, 2015-2019 : 4.5%
Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 : 43.1%

North Tonawanda zip code is 14120. County name: Niagara, County fips: 36063

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Economic Facts

Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 : 43.1%
Owner-occupied housing unit median value, 2015-2019 : $365,600
From 2015 to 2019, the median selected monthly owner costs - with a mortgage : $1,741
Monthly owner costs, without a mortgage, at the median, 2015-2019 : $529
2015-2019 median gross rent : $1,078
2015-2019 Households : 19,505
Population per household, 2015-2019 : 2.20
Living in the same house a year ago, percentage of people aged one year and up, 2015-2019 : 67.2%
Languages other than English spoken at home, as a percentage of people aged 5 and up, 2015-2019 : 5.2%
Households with computers, %, 2015-2019 : 96.2%
Percentage of households with a broadband Internet subscription, 2015-2019 : 88.9%
Percentage of people aged 25 and up with a high school diploma or higher, 2015-2019 : 97.9%
Bachelor's degree or higher, proportion of people aged 25 and up, 2015-2019 : 58.7%
Percentage of people under the age of 65 who have a disability, 2015-2019 : 5.7%
Persons under the age of 65 who do not have health insurance, as a percentage : 9.3%
Total civilian labor force, percent of population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 72.9%
Female labor force participation in the civilian labor force, as a percentage of the population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 70.1%
Total sales of lodging and food services in 2012 ($1,000) : 160,577
Total receipts/revenue for health care and social assistance in 2012 ($1,000) : 396,184
Manufacturers' total shipments in 2012 ($1,000) : 223,205
2012 total retail sales ($1,000) : 1,192,121
2012 total retail sales per capita : $30,808
Mean commute time to work (in minutes), workers aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 : 14.4
2015-2019 median household income (in 2019 dollars) : $55,569
Income per capita in the previous 12 months (in 2019 dollars), 2015-2019 : $32,865
Percentage of people living in poverty : 17.8%
Total number of businesses in 2012 : 7,473
Men-owned businesses in 2012 : 4,084
Women-owned businesses in 2012 : 1,986
Minority-owned businesses in 2012 : 239
Non-minority-owned businesses in 2012 : 6,776
Veteran-owned businesses in 2012 : 779
Nonveteran-owned businesses in 2012 : 5,992
2010 population per square mile : 1,950.0
2010 land area in square miles : 19.12

People born in North Tonawanda (19)

People born in North Tonawanda, including racecar driver Jim Hurtubise, artist Robert Mangold, singer Brett Hoffmann, .

List

  • Cindy Bradley (Jazz trumpet, flugelhorn and flumpet player and composer) she was born in 11/12/1977
  • Danny Gordon Taylor (visual effects supervisor) he was born in 01/01/2000
  • Don Smith (American rower) he was born in 07/04/1968
  • Ed Harmon (American football player) he was born in 16/12/1946
  • George D. Maziarz (New York State politician) he was born in 25/05/1953
  • Gladys Parker (American cartoonist for comic strips and fashion designer in Hollywood) she was born in 21/03/1908
  • James Rand, Jr. (American businessman) he was born in 18/11/1886
  • Jim Britton (American baseball player) he was born in 25/03/1944
  • Maryalice Demler (American journalist) she was born in 08/07/1964
  • Rita Kogler Carver (American Lighting Designer) she was born in 01/01/1963
  • Roman Piskor (American football player (1917-1981)) he was born in 09/08/1917
  • Stan Rojek (American baseball player) he was born in 21/04/1919
  • William Larson (American photographer) he was born in 14/10/1942
  • Henry P. Smith III (American politician) he was born in 29/09/1911
  • Paul Schaus (Sledge hockey player) he was born in 08/11/1988
  • Peter Bos (American rower) he was born in 30/05/1938

Schools in North Tonawanda

College & universities near North Tonawanda, NY

Code Name City ZIP
196088 University at Buffalo Buffalo (NY) 14260-1660

Stations (7)

Amtrak & bus stations near North Tonawanda, NY

Code Name Address Type
NFL Niagara Falls Station and Customhouse Interpretive Center 27th St. and Lockport Rd. RAIL
BFX Buffalo–Exchange Street 75 Exchange Street RAIL
BUF Buffalo–Depew station 55 Dick Road RAIL
DUK Dunkirk, New York 411 Central Ave. BUS
FDN Fredonia, New York 1 State University of New York BUS

Post offices near North Tonawanda

Post Office Name City ZIP
North Tonawanda Post Office North Tonawanda (NY) 14120

Other cities in Niagara County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Niagara County , NY.

City Name Population Title
Niagara Falls 47,392 City in New York, USA
Lockport 19,834 Town in Niagara County, New York, United States
Newfane 9,271 Town in Windham County, Vermont
South Lockport 8,324 Census-designated place in Niagara County, New York
Pendleton 6,820 Town in Niagara County, New York, USA
Hartland 3,802 Town in New York, United States
Lewiston 2,572 Village in New York
Somerset 2,539 Town in Niagara County, New York, United States
Youngstown 1,833 Town in New York, United States
Rapids 1,636 Section of a river where the river bed is relatively steep, increasing the water's velocity and turbulence
Ransomville 1,419 Census-designated place in Niagara County, New York
Gasport 1,248 Hamlet in town of Royalton, Niagara County, New York, United States
Olcott 1,241 Census-designated place in Niagara County, New York
Wilson 1,211 Village in Niagara County, New York, United States
Barker 504 Village in the town of Somerset, Niagara County, New York

Distance to Other Cities

North Tonawanda distances to largest New York cities