Havre, Montana, in Hill county, is 104 miles NE of Great Falls, Montana (center to center) and 587 miles E of Seattle, Washington. The city has a population of 9,621.
In Havre, about 51% of adults are married.
In 2000, Havre had a median family income of $38,870.
In the 2004 Presidential fund-raising sweepstakes, George W. Bush came out ahead among Havre residents, with $4,350. Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
In Havre, 60% of the houses and apartments are occupied by the owners, not rented out. The city has higher property taxes than most places in Montana, which provides more money for local schools and services.
In Havre, 91% of commuters drive to work. If gasoline prices keep going up, consider living in cities like Havre; a good number of people there walk and bicycle to work. Most residents would agree that driving around the city is a bit easier than around other cities of its size.
Havre strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Montana):
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