31556 Zip Code

Below you will find a comprehensive overview of the statistics and characteristics of the 31556 zip code. These include population demographics, economic characteristics, education data, occupation information, housing characteristics, and more.

Key Information:
StateGeorgia
CityOfferman
Time ZoneAmerica/New_York
Geo Location31.41385, -82.11163
Population63
Size1.277 square miles
Median Family Income$58750.00
Median Home Value$-.00

Population & Demographics

The following information lists the population statistics and breakdown for the 31556 zip code. The total population is 63, of which, 27 are male and 36 are female. With a total area of 1.277 square miles, the population density is 73.6 people per square mile. The median age of the population is 39.3 years old. Below you’ll find additional information on the population and demographics of this zip code, including age distribution, race distribution, language spoken, and more.

YearPopulation
2011157
2012155
2013116
2014102
201574
201637
201764
201888
201994
2020130
202163

Age BracketNumber of PeoplePercentage of Population
Under 5 years old 0%
Age 5-91828.6%
Age 10-140%
Age 15-190%
Age 20-240
Age 25-290%
Age 30-34812.7%
Age 35-39711.1%
Age 40-444.8%
Age 45-490%
Age 50-540%
Age 55-5911.6%
Age 60-641117.5%
Age 65-690%
Age 70-7411.6%
Age 75-791320.6%
Age 80-840%
Age 85 and over11.6%


Languages Spoken (of those 5 years of age and older) :
  • Speaks Language other than English: 0 %
  • Speaks Spanish: 0 %
  • Speaks Other Indo-European Language: 0 %
  • Speaks Pacific Island Languages: 0 %
  • Speak Other Languages: 0 %
Marital Status: 
  • Currently Married: 55.6 %
  • Divorced: 4.4 %
  • Separated (not divorced): 0 %
  • Never Married: 35.6 %

Income & Economic Characteristics

The median inflation-adjusted family income in the 31556 zip code is $58750. This is -0.6346 less than the national average. This income places 20.6% of the population below the poverty line. The average retirement income for individuals in this zip code (for those that have it) is $-. Below you can find additional economic characteristics, including income bracket distribution, median income over time, retirement statistics, and more.

Annual Income Bracket ($)Number of Families in Bracket
Less than $10,000.00
$10,000.00 – $14,999.00
$15,000.00 – $24,999.001
$25,000.00 – $34,999.00
$35,000.00 – $49,999.005
$50,000.00 – $74,999.005
$75,000.00 – $99,999.003
$100,000.00 – $149,999.00
$150,000.00 – $199,999,00
$200,000.00 +

YearMedian Family Income ($ USD)
201124464
201245250
201321875
201417250
2015(X)
2016
201719792
201824375
201923125
202023958
202158750

Income Source# of Households
Wage or Salary15
Self Employment
Social Security14
Dividends, Interest, or Rental3
Retirement
Other

Total Insured & Uninsured Individuals: 
  • Families Insure: 53
  • Families Uninsured: 10
Total Individuals with and w/o retirement income:   
  • Yes retirement income:
  • No retirement income: 29

Education

In the 31556 zip code, 71.1% of individuals over 25 years old have a high school degree or higher, and 4.4% have a bachelors degree or higher. Additionally, 22.2% of individuals 3 years and older are in private school, and 77.8% are in public school. The data below outline the education level breakdown, degree field breakdown, and more.




Occupation and Work Characteristics

In the 31556 zip, there are an estimated 18 people in the labor force, of which, 18 are employed, and – are unemployed. There are a total of – people in the armed forces. The average commute time for this zip code is N minutes. Of the total people that work, – worked from home and 18 commuted. The average number of hours worked is null. Below you’ll find additional information on occupation distribution, industry breakdown, commuting characteristics and workplace statistics.

Occupation# of Individual
Management, Business, Science, and Arts2
Services4
Sales and Office5
Construction and Maintenance:5
Transportation and Material Moving2





Housing

The median home value for the 31556 zip code is -. There is an estimated  29 number of occupied housing units, the median gross rent in is $- per month, and the average monthly housing costs are estimated to be $-. Below you’ll find additional breakdowns of home values, rents, home build years, and more.

Home Value (USD)Number of Homes
Less than $50,00016
$50,000 – $99,0001
$100,000 – $149,999
$150,000 – $199,999
$200,000 – $299,9994
$300,000 – $499,9993
$500,000 – $999,999
$1,000,000+

Home Year BuiltNumber of Homes
2020 or Later
2010 – 20194
2000 – 2009
1980 – 1999
1960 – 197911
1940 – 19591
1939 or earlier13

The median number of rooms in all housing units is 5.3 rooms.
Monthly Rent ($ USD)Number of Units
Less than $500
$500 – $999
$1,000 – $1,499
$1,500 – $1,999
$2,000 – $2,499
$2,499 – $2,999
$3,000 +

Monthly Housing Costs ($)Number of Households
Less than 30016
300-499
500-7994
800-999
1000-14994
1500-1999
2000-2499
2500-2999
3000+

Monthly Housing Cost as a % of Monthly IncomeNumber of Households
Less than 20%3
20%-24.9%1
25%-29.9%
30%-34.9%
35+%



# of VehiclesHouseholds
None
116
29
3+4
Home Heating Characteristics: 
  • Utility Gas: 0 %
  • Bottle Tank or LP Gas: 0 %
  • Electricity: 100 %
  • Oil or Kerosene etc: 0 %
  • Coal or Coke: 0 %
  • All Other: 0 %

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All information sourced from official government sources including Census.gov, the IRS, and the Department of Education.