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LeRoy Township

LeRoy Township was named for LeRoy, New York, the town from which many of its settlers had emigrated. Agriculture has been a major industry in the township since it was founded. In the 1830s and 1840s, with the development of the Erie Canal system and better roads, crops became a major export along with cheese made from excess milk. As of 2010, there are approximately 3,253 residents living within the 25 square miles of LeRoy Township.


SubjectSourceTopicLeroy township 
Population2012 ACS 5YR2012 Estimated Population3,113
2010 Census2010 Census Population3,253
2000 Census2000 Census Population3,122
2012 ACS 5YR2012 Median Age45.0
Household2012 ACS 5YR2012 Estimated Households1,238
2010 Census2010 Census Households1,263
2000 Census2000 Census Households1,105
2012 ACS 5YRHomeowner Percentage93.9%
2012 ACS 5YRRenter Percentage6.1%
Population by Race2012 US Census ACS 5YR2012 Estimated White3,064
2012 Estimated Black or African American22
2012 Estimated Asian & Pacific Islander0
2012 Estimated American Indian & Native Alaskan0
2012 Estimated Other Races19
2012 Estimated Hispanic19
Income2012 US Census ACS 5YRMedian household income (dollars)77,138
Mean household income (dollars)82,829
Per capita income (dollars)32,271
Education2012 US Census ACS 5YRPopulation 25 years and over2,184
Less than 9th grade0.0%
9th to 12th grade, no diploma5.8%
High school graduate (includes equivalency)32.7%
Some college, no degree24.6%
Associate's degree8.9%
Bachelor's degree20.0%
Graduate or professional degree7.9%
Percent high school graduate or higher94.2%
Percent bachelor's degree or higher27.9%