Dimmitt, Texas, in Castro county, is 53 miles SW of Amarillo, Texas (center to center) and 249 miles E of Albuquerque, New Mexico. There are an estimated 4,375 people in the city.
In Dimmitt, about 61% of adults are married. Families have pride of place in Dimmitt, and much of the housing seems designed with families in mind. If kids are our future, then the future might look a little like Dimmitt. The kids here are young and many.
In 2000, Dimmitt had a median family income of $33,885.
In the 2004 race for President, George W. Bush was the top recipient of campaign contributions ($1,000) in Dimmitt. Party contributions tended to flow to the Democratic team.
Approximately 72% of housing in Dimmitt is owner-occupied. The city is known in Texas for having lower rents than most places.
In Dimmitt, 93% of commuters drive to work. The commute to work is less of a chore in Dimmitt than other cities.
Dimmitt strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Texas):
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