Vernon County

US County

County Seat
HUD Section 8 Area
HUD County Place
Vernon County / De Soto village (De Soto)
Vernon County / Viola village (Viola)
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
Epitaph-News
Vernon County Broadcaster
Westby Times
 

HUD Foreclosure Area

Household Count
Estimated Number of Foreclosures
Estimated Number of Mortgages
90-Day Vacant Residential Addresses
Total Residential Addresses
BLS Unemployment Rate (%)
0.046 (2008)
OFHEO Price Change (%)
0 (2008)
 

Administrative Division

Capital
 

Statistical region

Population
24,557 (1970)
28,116 (1910)
25,642 (United States Census Bureau, Population, 1980)
CO2 emissions - total
0.572 (2007)
CO2 emissions - residential
0.013 (2007)
CO2 emissions - commercial
0.005 (2007)
CO2 emissions - industrial
0.001 (2007)
CO2 emissions - mobile
0.058 (2007)
50th percentile rent - 0 br
441 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 1 br
454 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 2 br
577 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 3 br
714 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 4 br
754 (2009, US$)
Unemployment Rate
2011-08-01 (6.3)
2011-09-01 (5.9)
2011-10-01 (5.7)
 

Location

Geolocation
-90.812 × 43.598
Contains
Contained by
Adjoins
Area
2,113 km² (816 mi²)
Time zone(s)
People born here
Coterminous with
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Franklin County Courthouse, Mt. Vernon, Texas by Flickr user TexasExplorer98 Franklin County Courthouse, Mt.Vernon, Texas by Flickr user TexasExplorer98 Ripley Massacre, Franklin County, Texas Historical Marker by Flickr user TexasExplorer98 Vernon Quincy Callaway (1907-1988) by Flickr user Political Graveyard 2100 Vernon Place (2013) - 2 by Flickr user ajmexico A not so busy Saturday afternoon in Mt. Vernon by Flickr user TexasExplorer98 Hiker Monument by Flickr user Dendroica cerulea Knox County, Ohio Waterfall. by Flickr user mspearman1 Eagle on a World War I Monument by Flickr user Dendroica cerulea World War I Monument by Flickr user Dendroica cerulea Mount Vernon-Former American National Can Co. Property (CORF & COAF) by Flickr user Ohio Office of Redevelopment