This rating is a weighted average of commute time, crime rate, population, median salary, and more.
This score adds annual household income and cost of living to the city rating.
Density (Population per mile²)
Compared to New York, Hamilton has a very low population density. Hamilton is perfect for those who like a quiet city.
Hamilton, AL is a great place to live. It has its pros and cons like any city, but with a quality of life rating of 8/10 and an overall value of 7/10, it’s no surprise why so many people choose to live here.
Population density is a way of determining how crowded an area is. Hamilton has a population density of 175, with 6,328 current residents.
Out of the 6,328 current residents, 52% are male and 48% are female. 60% of the residents are married and 40% are single.
- 58% Sun
- 52% Rain
- 3% Snow
58°F average temperature
- 31 years Median home age
- $74,940 Median home price
- -1.73% Home appreciation rate
- 3.13% Annual property tax
As for living in Hamilton, the air quality is 93% and the weather, on average, is 58% sunny, 52% rainy, and 3% snowy. The average temperature is 58°F.
Whether you’re looking to buy or rent a home in Hamilton, you should know that 58.6% of homes are owned while 26.6% of homes are rented, and 14.8% of homes are vacant. The median price of a home is $74,940, the median age of homes is 31 years, the annual home appreciation is -1.73% and the annual property tax is 3.13%.
Crime rate (per 100,000)4
When looking at the community of Hamilton, it’s important to determine the crime rate. Hamilton’s crime rate is 4 total number of crimes reported per 100,000 total population. The average age of residents in Hamilton is 42 years and the breakdown of political affiliations is 21.04% Democratic, 77.18% Republican, and 1.77% Independent.
Student teacher ratio 1:16
Management, Business, Art & Sciences
Sales & Office Occupations
Production, Transportation & Material Moving
Natural Resources, Construction & Maintenance
62%High school diploma
5%Some college or associates degree
3%Graduate or professional degree
When looking at Hamilton, it’s important to understand employment statistics. 17.00% of residents are unemployed in Hamilton (which does not include the percentage of residents who are no longer in the labor force). Of the employed Hamilton residents: 9.9% of employed residents work in the management and business field, 12.47% are in the arts and sciences field, 14.8% are in the customer service field, 22.8% are in the sales field, 0.55% work in farming, fishing, and forestry, 12.9% of employed residents work in the construction field, and 26.7% work in production. When it comes to education, the ratio of teachers to students is 1:16. The percentage of residents who have graduated high school is 62.24%, 5.33% of residents have an associate’s degree, 4.44% of residents have a bachelor’s degree, and 3.48% have a master’s degree.
Average commute time
Daily breakdown: by transport type
Work at home
If you plan on commuting to work in Hamilton, you should be aware that the average commute time is 20 minutes, compared to the national average commute time of 26 minutes. When it comes to commuting, residents of Hamilton have a few different options. 87% of commuters use their own cars, 8% of commuters carpool, 1% of commuters use the transit system, and 2% of residents work from home.