Zip Code 63109 - Saint Louis, MO

63109 Profile

Zip Code Type: Non-Unique
USPS Postal Name: SAINT LOUIS
Primary County: Saint Louis CityDisplay Saint Louis City, MO County Borders
Elevation Range469 - 489 ft.
Area4 Sqm.

63109 Homes and Real Estate Prices

Average Real Estate Asking Price$180627
Average Real Estate Sale Price$141390

63109 Employment Data

Current Unemployment Level7.46%Display Heat Map of Current Unemployment Level in Zip Code 63109
Previous Month Unemployment Level7.44%Display Heat Map of Unemployment Level 1 Month Ago in Zip Code 63109
Unemployment Level 1 Year Ago7.72%Display Heat Map of Unemployment Level 1 Year Ago in Zip Code 63109

63109 Public Schools Info

Test Score PerformanceBelow Average
Percentage of Students Eligible For
Free or Reduced Lunch Program
0.00
Percentage of Public Schools with
Title 1 Status
0.00Display Heat Map of Title 1 Status Public Schools

Ethnicity of Public School Students in 63109

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Asian2.08%
African American47.40%
Hispanic4.17%
Native American0.00%
White46.35%

Public Schools in 63109

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BUSCH/ACADEMIC-ATHLETIC ACAD.
BUDER ELEM.

63109 Cities

St. Louis, MODisplay 63109 and St. Louis, MO, MO BoundaryDisplay St. Louis, MO, MO Information
Shrewsbury, MODisplay 63109 and Shrewsbury, MO, MO BoundaryDisplay Shrewsbury, MO, MO Information

63109 Television

Nielsen Market AreaSt. Louis, MO
Nielsen Market Rank21

63109 Unacceptable Postal Names

63109 Gardening

2012 Hardiness ZoneZone 6b: -5F to 0F
1990 Hardiness ZoneZone 6a: -10F to -5F
Ecoregion72f - River Hills
Average First FrostOctober 11 - 20
Average Last FrostApril 11 - 20

63109 Politics

111 US Congressional District03Display 111 Congressional District  Russ Carnahan Boundary for Zip Code 63109
RepresentativeRuss Carnahan
PartyDemocrat

63109 Core Based Statistical Area

Core Based Statistical
Area (CBSA)
St. Louis, MO-ILDisplay CBSA St. Louis, MO-IL Boundary
CBSA Type63109
CBSA Population2851619

63109 Time Zone

Time ZoneCentral Standard Time (CST)
Follows DSTY
GMT Difference-6 Hours

63109 Population Demographics

2010 Population26946
2000 Population29264
Male Population47.00%
Female Population53.00%
Total Households13512

63109 Population Ethnicity

White86.80%
African American6.30%
Asian0.20%
Hispanic3.20%
Native American1.70%
Hawaiian/Pacific0.00%
Mixed Race1.70%
Other0.10%

63109 Income

Median Household Income$50984
Income Under $50K Per Year48.80%
Income $50K to $100K Per Year35.60%
Income Above $100K Per Year15.50%

63109 Area Code

Area Code314Display Area Code 314 Boundary

63109 Adjacent Zip Codes

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63139 - Saint Louis
63143 - Saint Louis
63119 - Saint Louis
63123 - Saint Louis
63116 - Saint Louis

63109 Annual Climate Data

JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecAnnual
Avg Min Temp (°F)20243545556469665846362545
Avg Max Temp (°F)38445567768590878069554266
Avg Precip (In.)2.182.293.643.954.213.833.813.233.152.913.96340.17

63109 is located in the state of Missouri in the Saint Louis metro area. Zip code 63109 is primarily located in Saint Louis City County. The official postal service name used for 63109 is SAINT LOUIS, Missouri. Portions of the 63109 zip code are contained within or border the city limits of St. Louis, MO, Shrewsbury, MO, . The 63109 area code is 314. 63109 can be classified socioeconically as a Middle Class class zipcode in comparison to other zipcodes in Missouri.

The current unemployment level in 63109 is 7.46% which is higher than the current county unemployment level of 0% and is higher than the current state unemployment at 7% and lower than the current national unemployment rate at 8.3%.

According the 2010 US Census, the population of 63109 decreased to 26946 from 29264 over the past 10 years. The majority ethnicity residing in 63109 is White while the majority ethnicity attending 63109 public schools is African American. 0.00% of students in 63109 public schools receive or are eligible to participate in free or reduced lunch programs.

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