Apple River (Illinois)
Jo Daviess County
Appel River is a village in Jo Daviess County in the northwest corner of the U.S. state of Illinois. In 2000, Apple River had 379 inhabitants.
Apple River is located at 42 ° 30'11 " north latitude and 90 ° 05'50 " west longitude. The site extends over 5 km ², which consist exclusively of land area.
By Apple River, located directly on the border with the State of Wisconsin, do not perform streets of State or national importance. The town is located 38 km east of the Mississippi River, which forms the border to Iowa.
After Dubuque in Iowa, there are Apple River 54 km to the west, Wisconsin's capital, Madison is 107 km to the northeast away direction over the Rockford 107 km away, there are the south-east 254 km to Chicago and the Quad Cities are 150 km in the south.
In the census of 2000 a population of 379 was determined. These were distributed to 159 households in 102 families. The population density was 185.2 / km ². There were 187 buildings, which corresponds to a site density of 91.4 / km ².
The population was in 2000 from 98.94 % White, 0.79 % African American. 0.26 % said to be descended from two groups.
27.7 % were under the age of 18, 5.3 % from 18 to 24, 30.3% 25-44, 19.5% from 45 to 64 and 17.2 % 65 and older. The average age was 38 years. For every 100 females were statistically 98.4 men in the over 18 -year-olds 94.3.
The average income per household was $ 40,250, the average family income is $ 51,042. Men's income averaged $ 35,893, and for women about $ 21,103. The per capita income amounted to $ 18,267. Around 8.8 % of families and 10.2 % of the total population were below the poverty line income.