Avondale; It's a city in Maricopa County, southwest of the United States.
City of Avondale, Arizona
Avondale City in Maricopa County and Arizona.
|Receive city status||1946|
|・ Mayor||Kenn Weise|
|・ Total||116.81 square kilometers (4,510 square miles)|
|・ Water||0.2 km² (0.7 miles²)|
|Racking||297 meters (974 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC-07.00 ((Mountain Standard Time Zone)|
Today's Avondale was built on the left bank of Agua Fria Creek as a very small farming settlement. A cold water spring joined this tea was located near this compound. So for the first time, the compound was called "Coldwater." A post office building opened here in 1896. The post office building remained open until 1905. A railway station was built on a railway line passed near the compound. The center of the compound shifted around this station and developed a compound around the station. Agriculture flourished in the Railway provided for easier transfers of agricultural products grown by the settlement. In 1911, it was renamed "Avondale," in order to restore popularity to this compound. In the years to come, he remained a center for agriculture, covering his needs, of arable land.
Avondale was granted city status in 1946. In 1980, Avondale's population was 8,166. At that time, the city was surrounded by agricultural land. The seaweed and cotton fields provided the town's agricultural products.
The train that emerged in the United States in the 1980s, "White people leaving their city centers and starting to live in the suburbs," was increasingly evident in Arizona and in the city of Pheonix. In the suburban cities around the white middle-class city of Pheonix, they opted to mortgage small garden houses and sit in suburban cities. The rapid development of Avondale City reflected the trend. To fund the migration of this white middle-class, entrepreneurial building developers in Avondale have literally taken in the hands of big parcels, selling them to people who want to build houses, very similar to each other, with small gardens and garages, and then selling them to people who want to migrate to the suburban, where they're mortgaged by mortgage. Avondale's clover fields and cotton fields were lifted up and these lands were filled with newly built houses. This trend is clearly seen in the Avondale demographic table next door. Avondale's population was 8,166 people in 1980 and 76,238 in 2010, according to the U.S. Decade Census results. According to the 2014 Population Forecast, Avondale's population was 79,646.
Along with the private residences of old farmland, it opened first supermarkets and then big shopping malls in the city of Avondale to meet the needs of this new population, especially near the inter-state I-10 road that's passing by the city. Streets in Avondale's center have also been changed from a small view of rural roads (the Van Buren Street and McDowell Road, mainly the roads connecting former Avondale to Pheonix), and their looks have been modernized in the "ghetto" style.
New job openings were attempted in the city. For example, the international lanes Phoenix International Raceway for the NASCAR car race were brought to this city. Guest accommodation facilities (such as hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs) have been established in the city to welcome visitors to these races.
According to U.S. Counting Bureau data, Avondale City's surface area is 116.81 kilometers square, including a surface of water with an area of 0.2 square kilometers. The geographical location of the city is 33°26 ′ 01; north in action and longitude And 112°20 ′ is given as the 59 digits. Raki is 1,016 meters from the sea surface.
Avondale City on that dashboard. The neighboring towns and cities of this city are distant from Avondale. As of 2010, population and population size classes are introduced:
According to U.S. 2010 Census results, the population of the city of Avondale is 78,256 people, with a population density of 669.94 people per kilometer. The data for the racial and ethnic racial distribution of the city population is: 50.3% Hispanic or Latino; 34.0% Hispanic or non-Latino whites; 9.3% Black or Afro-Americans; 3.5% American people of Asian descent; 1.7% Native (Indian) Americans; 0.4% Americans of Pacific island descent; 0.2% other races; 4.5 percent are those who declare they are of two or more races.
According to the 2014 Population Forecast, Avondale's population was 79,646.
- ^ "US Newspaper files: 2010, 2000, and 1990". On January 12, 2012. On July 20, 2006, it was archived from its source. Access date: April 23rd, 2011.
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- The Avondale City official website was archived on Wayback Machine on August 15, 2012. (English)
- Avondale in Curlie, Arizona (DMOZ-based) (English)