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Montrose - Susquehanna countyPopulation 1,664
Montrose, Pennsylvania, in Susquehanna county, is 31 miles N of Scranton, Pennsylvania and 116 miles NW of Newark, New Jersey. The town is home to some 1,664 residents.
The People and Families of Montrose
In Montrose, about 49% of adults are married. People in Montrose have space to make their own lives; many people there enjoy living in their own houses or apartments. The town somehow seems full of possibilities, with its large single population.
There are more females than males in Montrose than is typical. You'll see many senior citizens in the town.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Montrose had a median family income of $46,607. Impressively, having a college education is normal in Montrose.
George W. Bush was the top money-getter ($3,000) among 2004 Presidential candidates in Montrose. The Republican party stood out in its ability to raise compaign money in the town.
According to the 2000 census, 58% of the housing in Montrose was owner-occupied. You may be likely to find historic buildings in the town as the average housing age is high. Can't find a roommate? That's OK in Montrose, where renting little apartments isn't uncommon. It's possible to find inexpensive apartments in the town.
In Montrose, 92% of commuters drive to work. People in Montrose expect to drive a lot. The town does not have a lot of public transportation. The relatively short commuting times in the town let you stay at the office later before starting your drive home (if that appeals to you). Montrose Population (2000)