Keweenaw County, MI

Population 2,168

Keweenaw County, MI Neighborhood Report

Schools

School Rating is Below Average
  • No High School Diploma: 5.6%
  • High School Graduate or Higher: 69.5%
  • Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 24.8%

Registered Offenders

48.18% Lower than national avg.

Environmental Hazards

19 Found nearby

Unemployment

Very High 8.9%

Property Values

Median Property Value $0

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2 Public Schools view public schools

Summary
There are 2 K-12 public schools in Keweenaw County, MI and 0 private schools. Homefacts rates Keweenaw County's schools as Below Average, with an overall D+ rating.

0 Colleges & Universities view all colleges & universities

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Crime Index

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0 Former Drug Labs view all

  • Good news! No Drug lab found in Keweenaw County, MI

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Property Report Overview

Average Listing Price
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Median Sales Price
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Median Home Value

Housing Inventory

Property Type
  • Vacant
    58.7%
  • Rented
    4.8%
  • Owned
    36.6%

8 Building Permits View All

  • In 2014, the city of Keweenaw County, MI issued 8 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes.
  • In 2013, the city of Keweenaw County, MI issued 0 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes.
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Fair Market Rents

**Displaying data from Keweenaw County, MI
  • Property Type Rent
  • Studio: $495
  • 1 Bedroom: $548
  • 2 Bedrooms: $713
  • 3 Bedrooms: $1,001
  • 4 Bedrooms: $1,004

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Environmental Hazards

19 Environmental Hazards

  • Brownfields
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  • Registered Polluters
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  • Superfunds
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  • Tanks & Spills
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Health Hazards

  • Air Quality HAZARDOUS (0/0)
    Keweenaw County, MI has 0% good air quality.
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  • Radon ZONE 2 COUNTY
    Keweenaw County, MI is a yellow zone.
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  • UV Index MODERATE 2.34 Average
    Keweenaw County, MI is a moderate risk area for ultra-violet rays.
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Average Monthly Temperature

  • January 20.28°
  • February 21.2°
  • March 29.87°
  • April 38.6°
  • May 49.89°
  • June 56.38°
  • July 64.7°
  • August 66.42°
  • September 57.85°
  • October 47.35°
  • November 37.58°
  • December 24.75°

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Natural Disasters

Probability of Natural Disasters for Keweenaw County, MI

Earthquakes
Keweenaw County, MI has a very low risk of earthquakes.
Hurricanes
Keweenaw County, MI has no risk of hurricanes.
Hail
Keweenaw County, MI has a very low risk of hail storms.
Tornadoes
Keweenaw County, MI has a very low risk of tornadoes.

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Median Household Income

Median Household Income in Keweenaw County, MI: $41,472

Unemployment

Unemployment in Keweenaw County is 8.9%. It is lower than the state and national averages, 5.1% and 5.9% respectively

Workforce Breakdown

Blue Collar - 49.47%
White Collar - 50.53%

Politics

State Representatives

  • Gov. Rick Snyder
  • Sen. Gary Peters
  • Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Neighborhood Info

0 Airports view all

Nearest Major Airports

4 FCC Towers view all

0 Hospitals view all

  • No hospitals found in Keweenaw County, MI

0 Libraries view all

  • No library found in Keweenaw County, MI

1 Police Station view all

0 Retirement Homes view all

  • No retirement homes found in Keweenaw County, MI