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Tyler, TX: What you need to know

Tyler is America's Rose Capital, home of the annual Texas Rose Festival and one of's Top 10 Gardens to Inspire. Located 95 miles east of Dallas, Tyler is the advanced manufacturing, health-care and retail center of East Texas, as well as Texas' first Certified Retirement City. The city has an impressive youth recreation program, ballet, symphony orchestras, art museums and is also home to several colleges.


Tyler, TX City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 100,806
Median Age 33
Median Household Income $42,840
Median Home Price $134,500
Walkscore 32

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Tyler, TX Demographics

Median Population in Tyler, TX

Median Age 32.9%
Age 18 Over 76.2%
Age 21 Over 70.4%
Age 62 Over 17.6%
Age 65 Over 14.6%

Race in Tyler, TX

  Ethnicity White 67.6%
  Ethnicity Black 25%
  Ethnicity Asian 2.3%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.2%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 22.9%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.3%
  Ethnicity Other 2.7%

Population By Gender in Tyler, TX

  Male 46.9%
  Female 53.1%

Language in Tyler, TX

  English Only 77.3%
  English Other 22.7%

Economics in Tyler, TX

  Median Household Income $42,840
  Median Home Price $134,500
  Homes Owned 47.9%
  Homes Rent 52.1%
  Median Property Rent $829

Tyler has “pizzazz “ and we felt at home right away. I tell people we have found a 'Leave It to Beaver’ street. We definitely made the right move

Tom Harken, resident

in Tyler, TX

Commute Types in Tyler, TX

  Walked 1.8%
  Worked at Home 2.9%
  Public Transportation 0.4%
  Other Means 2.6%
  Drove Alone 82.4%
  Carpooled 9.8%

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