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Statistics and Facts of Kimball Michigan

Kimball Township is a civil township of St. Clair County in the U.S. state of Michigan.

Communities
Smiths Creek is a small unincorporated community the southwestern corner of the township on the Smiths Creek tributary of the Pine River. This is where Thomas Edison was kicked off the train, because of his experiments. The train depot is now at Greenfield Village, a part of The Henry Ford Museum.
Sparlingville is on the west side of the township
Wadhams is in the northeast corner of the township

Kimball Township with a population over 8,628, is located in the center of five different communities: Clyde, St. Clair, Port Huron and Wales townships and the city of Marysville. The township is home to St. Clair County Airport.

An industrial park is located at the airport within the township.

Several small corner stores scattered throughout the township, Horizon Shopping Mall for major brand outlet shops, two grocery stores, 2 lumberyards, flower shops, numerous fast food and full service restaurants and feed ‘n seed stores.

The G. Lynn Campbell Library, 1955 Allen Road. 982-9171. Hours are Mon. – Thurs.,11 am to 7 pm and Sat. 9 am to 2 pm.

Kimball Township Parks HOME OF KIMBALL TOWNSHIP LITTLE LEAGUE

Kimball Township Park One-Has many facilities for all ages. It has a large pond for fishing and a floating dock, three baseball diamonds, some playground equipment, a horse-shoe pit and 2 picnic areas with a pavilions. Tennis Court…

Kimball Township Park Two- On Henry Street with a pavilion, gazebo, picnic area and 10,000 square-foot play structure.

Land area: 37.3 sq. mi.
Water area: 0.3 sq. mi.
Population: 8,628 (34% urban, 66% rural)

Males: 4,336 (50.3%)
Females: 4,292 (49.7%)

Occupied houses/apartments: 8,546 (7,566 owner occupied, 980 renter occupied)

% of renters here: 11%
State: 26%

Median age of males: 35.6
Median age of females: 36.4

Average houshold size: 2.74
Average family size: 3.09

Population density: 232 people per square mile (high).

Residents with income below the poverty level in 1999:

This township: 7.8%
Whole state: 10.5%

Residents with income below 50% of the poverty level in 1999:

This township: 3.3%
Whole state: 4.8%

Housing units in structures:

One, detached: 2,713
Two: 96
3 or 4: 41
5 to 9: 39
10 to 19: 9
Mobile homes: 404

Median worth of mobile homes: $34,900

Housing units in Kimball township with a mortgage: 1,392 (95 second mortgage, 257 home equity loan, 0 both second mortgage and home equity loan)
Houses without a mortgage: 542

Most common first ancestries reported in Kimball township:
German (22.8%)
Irish (12.2%)
English (11.4%)
United States or American (11.2%)
Polish (9.6%)
French (except Basque) (5.8%)
Italian (3.5%)

Means of transportation to work

Drove a car alone: 3,598 (86%)
Carpooled: 443 (11%)
Bicycle: 8 (0%)
Walked: 31 (1%)
Other means: 12 (0%)
Worked at home: 84 (2%)

Most commonly used house heating fuel:
Utility gas (76%)
Bottled, tank, or LP gas (15%)
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. (5%)
Electricity (3%)
Wood (2%)

Private vs. public school enrollment:
Students in private schools in grades 1 to 8 (elementary and middle school): 16

Here: 1.5%
Michigan: 11.2%

Students in private schools in grades 9 to 12 (high school): 16

Here: 3.2%
Michigan: 8.7%

Students in private undegraduate colleges: 61

Here: 28.2%
Michigan: 16.5%