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Quinlan Texas A Small Town in the Heart of Hunt County

Mar 14

Quinlan Texas is a small town in the heart of Hunt County that offers many attractions for its residents. The city is located in the southeastern portion of Hunt County and is home to over 15,000 people.

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The majority of the population in Quinlan resides in the city's core area. There are also many neighborhoods that spread out around the city. This makes it a good place to live for those who want to be able to easily travel to different areas of the city.

Transportation: The main route into Quinlan is the Texas State Highway 34, which connects with Terrell and Greenville in the south. There are also other roads in the area that link Quinlan with Rockwall and Emory.

Weather: The climate in Quinlan typically enjoys moderate to hot temperatures all year long. This is mainly due to the proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, which brings warm water and dry air into the city. The temperature averages about 75°F in the winter and about 80°F in the summer.

Rainfall: The amount of precipitation in Quinlan typically ranges from a few inches in the summer to several inches in the winter. The highest amount of precipitation in the city happens in May with about 11.3 inches of rain, followed by January with about 4.5 inches of precipitation.

Cloud Cover: The average amount of cloud cover in the city of Quinlan typically varies between 33% and 66% of the time. The average number of days per month with overcast skies in the city varies between 5 and 12 days.

The wind speed and direction in Quinlan varies significantly over the course of the year. The calmer part of the year lasts for 4.9 months, from May 28 to October 24, with an average of less than 5.8 miles per hour of wind speed.

Commute: The average commute time in the city of Quinlan is about 34.3 minutes. This is higher than the national average of 26.4 minutes.

Real Estate: The average price of a home in the city of Quinlan is $179,500. This is a great time to buy a home in the city since home appreciation has been on the rise in the past few years.

Diversity: The diversity in the city of Quinlan is above the national average. The majority of the population consists of Whites, Blacks, Hispanics and Asians.

Education: The educational level of the population in Quinlan varies from high school to bachelor's degrees. There are over 3,800 students in the Quinlan Independent School District.

Income: The median household income in the city of Quinlan is $78,472, which is above the national average. The per capita income in the city is $66,635.

Poverty: The poverty rate in Quinlan is about 22.1% of the city's population, which is above the national average. The percentage of children living in poverty in Quinlan is about 23.1% of the city's population.

Occupations: The occupations in Quinlan are primarily Management, business, science, and arts. There are over 36 percent of the city's workers in these fields.