West Lafayette is located in central Tippecanoe County and overlooks the Wabash River, which borders the city to the east and south. The largest part of this is in the eastern WABash Township, with a small part of the north-east side reaching into Tipperary Township. West Lafayette is the second largest city in Indiana after Indianapolis and the third largest in Indiana.
A settlement called Jacktown was rooted on a hill above the Wabash River in what is now known as the Village. The first inhabitants of this area were the first settlers of the city of West Lafayette in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. At that time it was located in the present village area and was home to a large number of settlers, many of whom were farmers and traders. After the entire area was rebuilt and the old bridge on State Street was replaced by the Lafayette pedestrian bridge, the Wabashing Landing on the Dvee area became a thriving neighborhood.
Founded in 1961, Purdue Research Park employs more than 2,000 people, nearly 100 of whom are technology-related. The park offers an incubator complex to help start-ups, and is owned by the University of Indiana and Purdue University System of America, the country's leading research university.
At the census 5 in 2000, 3588 families lived in the city, 27.6% of them couples living together. 14.9% had children under 18 living with them, 65.7% of them were not from the family and 4.4% had a housekeeper and husband. The population is equally diverse, including people of color, young and old, women and men, pensioners and retirees.
The median income of a household in the city was $24,869, and the median income for families was $71,510. The population is distributed: 7.7% are 65 years or older, 1.5% are under 18. For the over-65s, the poverty line is $15,000, including $5,500 for children under 18 and $7,800 for adults over 65.
The racial makeup of the city is a mix of white, black, brown, white men and white women and black - on - white. It is the largest city in the state of Indiana with a population of 1.5 million people, but it is the second largest city in Indiana, after Indianapolis.
At the 2010 Census, there were 4,072 families living in the city, and there are 10,819 housing units. West Lafayette has 12,591 housing units, with a population of 1.5 million and a median household income of $50,000 a year.
This map of the New Chauncey Neighborhood is largely taken from its borders, with elevation differences ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 feet above sea level, with an average elevation of 2.5 meters.
The city is divided into 6 districts, and each city - elected official has a term of office of four years, without limit on the number of terms. The Joint Council consists of the Mayor, the Council Members, the Town Recorder, the Councillors and a representative from each district. He is elected by the City Council, presides over council meetings and is the first in line to succeed him if the mayor does not complete his term. All nine members of the committee have the legislative power of the city and make laws through decrees, resolutions, resolutions and motions.
The City of West Lafayette has a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the arts. The association initiates construction activities in its Centennial Park neighborhood, promotes redevelopment to stabilize and preserve the city's historical and cultural heritage and assets, and promotes activities that improve the quality of life of its members and the community as a whole. NCNA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, a member of the National Association of Neighborhood Associations (NAA) since its inception, and is deeply committed to shaping the future of West Lafayette through education, outreach, advocacy, community engagement, and commitment to improving our city and its citizens. The NCNA Leadership Team meets quarterly and hosts the annual meeting to discuss neighborhood issues and maintain a network of informed citizens to support local, state, and national issues of public interest to the city, county, and state.
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