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Neighborhood Research Report

This document is a neighborhood research report, presenting information for the following areas:

Address Radius Created on
109 Claywell Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78209, USA 1.00 mi 09/08/2021
115 Blue Bonnet St, San Antonio, TX, 78202, USA 1.00 mi 09/08/2020

All reports use the most recent data as of their time of creation.


Table of Contents

  1. Population & Households
  2. Housing Units
  3. Environmental Noise
  4. Walkability, Bikeability, and Public Transportation
  5. Nearby Public Housing and Section-8 Properties
  6. Earthquake Hazard
  7. Age Groups
  8. Income Distribution
  9. Education
  10. Racial/Ethnic Composition
  11. Politics and Ideology
  12. Marriage and Dating
  13. Pet Ownership
  14. Crime
  15. Fatal Car Accidents and DUIs
  16. Registered Sex Offenders
  17. Public Schools
  18. Charter Schools
  19. Maptimum's Verdict
  20. Your Priorities

Population & Households

Higher population growth in an area can mean higher demand for housing in the future, resulting in higher price appreciation for houses in that area. On the other hand, it can squeeze the area's infrastructure and resources, and reduce the quality of life in the area.

The average household size shows, on average, how many individuals live in a household.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Population 2020 14,170 16,407
Population 2025 15,026 17,635
Yearly Population Growth 1.18% 1.45%
Number of Households 6,764 5,262
Avg Household Size 2.09 3.12

Housing Units

In general, an area with a higher rate of owner occupancy is desirable, because owners take better care of the property and are more financially and emotionally invested in the success of the neighborhood than renters.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Total Housing Units 7,568 6,232
Occupancy
Owner Occupied 46.05% 32.65%
Renter Occupied 43.33% 51.80%
Vacant 10.62% 15.55%

Environmental Noise

A Soundscore™ rating is a number between 50 (very loud) and 100 (very quiet) that tells you how loud a location is due to environmental noise.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Sound Score 73 (Active) 74 (Active)
Sources of Noise
Airports Active Calm
Vehicular Traffic Active Active
Local Commercial and Community Calm Active

Walkability, Bikeability, and Public Transportation

Walk Score is a number between 0 and 100 that measures the walkability of any address. The higher the score, the less the need for a car to run daily errands.

Bike Score measures whether an area is good for biking. For a given location, a Bike Score is calculated by measuring bike infrastructure (lanes, trails, etc.), hills, destinations and road connectivity, and the number of bike commuters.

Transit Score is a measure of how well a location is served by public transportation.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Walk Score® 70 (Somewhat Walkable) 75 (Very Walkable)
Bike Score® 50 (Bikeable) 64 (Bikeable)
Transit Score® 36 (Some Transit) 46 (Some Transit)
Nearby Transit Routes
Bus 4 5
Rail 0 0
Other 0 0

Nearby Public Housing and Section-8 Properties

The list of subsidized multifamily properties is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is updated on a monthly basis.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Number of Properties 1 1
Closest Property (mi) 0.92 0.52

Earthquake Hazard

Seismic hazard data are obtained from US Geological Survey (USGS) and use Peak Ground Acceleraion (PGA) to predict the extent of potential damages that can be caused by an earthquake in an area in the next 50 years.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Earthquake Risk No Risk No Risk

Age Groups

Median age is the midpoint age where half the people in the area are younger than, and the other half older than that.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Median Age 45.90 32.60
Age Groups
0-9 Years 8.97% 17.46%
10-19 Years 11.36% 14.83%
20-34 Years 16.82% 20.91%
35-49 Years 17.70% 17.11%
50-64 Years 20.47% 17.21%
65+ Years 24.66% 12.48%

Income Distribution

The median income is the midpoint income, where half the people in the area make less than, and the other half more than that.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Median Household Income $74,600 $22,200
On Food Stamps/SNAP (2018) 4.72% 34.24%
Income Brackets
$0-$25K 20.05% 53.80%
$25K-$50K 16.00% 29.42%
$50K-$100K 23.70% 12.94%
$100K-$200K 24.67% 3.52%
$200K+ 15.60% 0.32%

Education

Education level percentages are calculated for individuals 25 years or older.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Less than High School 25.44% 64.61%
High School 6.72% 24.15%
College Degree 40.42% 6.01%
Graduate/Professional Degree 27.42% 5.23%

Racial/Ethnic Composition

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Non-Hispanic White 64.71% 4.99%
Hispanic 28.81% 70.01%
Black/African American 2.01% 25.04%
Asian 3.05% 0.30%
Other 1.41% 0.00%

Politics and Ideology

Most people prefer to live around like-minded individuals. We have collected Presidential Election results at the precinct level (the smallest geographical unit for which voting results are aggregated) so you can observe the voting patterns of the area.

You can also view party affiliation and ideological leaning based on the data and surveys collected by GfK MRI.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
2020 Presidential Election Results
Joe Biden 51.02% 86.39%
Donald Trump 48.98% 13.61%
2016 Presidential Election Results
Hillary Clinton 47.62% 94.87%
Donald Trump 52.38% 5.13%
Party Affiliation
Democrat 40.28% 41.11%
Republican 22.80% 9.89%
Independent 36.92% 49.00%
Ideological Leaning
Very Liberal 26.15% 17.84%
Somewhat Liberal 34.61% 14.50%
Somewhat Conservative 24.51% 32.22%
Very Conservative 14.72% 35.44%

Marriage and Dating

Marital status percentages are calculated for individuals 15 years old or older.

Female to male ratio is calculated for females and males between the ages of 20 and 44.

A ratio greater than 1 shows better dating prospects for men (since women outnumber men), while a ratio smaller than 1 shows better dating prospects for women.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Marrital Status
Single, Never Married 29.61% 51.52%
Married 48.61% 31.49%
Other 21.78% 17.00%
Female to Male Ratio 1.11 0.99

Pet Ownership

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Has Dog(s) 32.47% 32.59%
Has Cat(s) 19.04% 14.42%
No Dog or Cat 48.49% 52.98%

Crime

Crime indexes are relative to the national average of 100. For example, a property crime index of 200 in an area indicates that this type of crime is twice as likely to occur in the area compared to the national average. However, one should note that the national average includes many small town and rural areas with lower crime rates than major cities.

Property crime involves private property. Examples include burglary and motor vehicle theft.

Personal crime is characterized as a violent crime that results in physical, emotional, or psychological harm to the victim. Examples include assault and battery.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Total Crime Index 178 264
Property Crime Index 190 250
Personal Crime Index 103 354

Fatal Car Accidents and DUIs

Fatal car accident data are usually released by government agencies with a two year delay. The numbers below are for years 2017-2019.

You should be extra cautious when driving in areas where accidents occur frequently.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
All Fatal Accidents 1 4
Fatal DUI Accidents 1 0

Registered Sex Offenders

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Total Sex Offenders 1 147
Closest Sex Offender (mi) 0.69 0.06
Conviction Type
Offense Against Children 1 123
Rape 0 1
Sexual Battery 0 14
Other Offense 0 9

Registered Near 109 Clay

# Photo Name and Address Distance Conviction
Sex offenders list is not shown in the sample.

Registered Near 115 Blue

# Photo Name and Address Distance Conviction
Sex offenders list is not shown in the sample.

Public Schools

School districts assign children to schools by attendance zones. We have collected information on the schools assigned to each address.

The overall numbers are the average of elementary, middle, and high schools, weighted by the number of students in each level. Detailed information on each individual school is also provided.

Please note that school district and attendance zone boundaries are subject to change. While our data is updated regularly, sometimes it may not reflect the most recent changes. Therefore, please verify the assigned schools with your local authorities.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Overall
Avg Test Score 71.00 15.29
Rank in State (Top %) 21.25% 85.63%
Student to Teacher Ratio 14.16 13.56
Students with Lunch Subsidy 19.31% 93.56%
Elementary School
Avg Test Score 58.23 30.62
Rank in State (Top %) 35.95% 73.52%
Student to Teacher Ratio 13.40 13.20
Students with Lunch Subsidy 23.09% 99.20%
Middle School
Avg Test Score 81.26 -
Rank in State (Top %) 13.18% -
Student to Teacher Ratio 15.10 -
Students with Lunch Subsidy 20.07% -
High School
Avg Test Score 70.48 9.57
Rank in State (Top %) 19.22% 90.15%
Student to Teacher Ratio 13.90 13.70
Students with Lunch Subsidy 16.81% 91.46%

Public Schools Assigned to 109 Clay (Alamo Heights Independent School District)

Name Distance (mi) Grades Students Test Score Rank in State Rank Change Student/Teacher Ratio With Lunch Subsidy White Hispanic Black Asian
Cambridge Elementary 1.1 1-5 836 58.23 1610 out of 4479 (Top 35.95%) -482 13.4 23.09 50.6 41.75 2.87 3.11
Alamo Heights J H 0.51 6-8 1121 81.26 289 out of 2193 (Top 13.18%) 37 15.1 20.07 52.36 40.77 2.59 3.03
Alamo Heights High School 0.31 9-12 1606 70.48 357 out of 1857 (Top 19.22%) -45 13.9 16.81 53.61 39.98 1.74 3.3

Public Schools Assigned to 115 Blue (San Antonio Independent School District)

Name Distance (mi) Grades Students Test Score Rank in State Rank Change Student/Teacher Ratio With Lunch Subsidy White Hispanic Black Asian
Washington Elementary 0.21 PK-6 376 30.62 3293 out of 4479 (Top 73.52%) 895 13.2 99.2 0.8 79.52 18.88 0
Houston High School 3.71 8-12 1007 9.57 1674 out of 1857 (Top 90.15%) -114 13.7 91.46 1.69 58.09 37.64 1.19

Charter Schools

Charter schools are public schools of choice, meaning that families choose them for their children. They operate with freedom from some of the regulations that are imposed upon district schools. Therefore, if you don't like the public school assigned to your child, you may want to look into charter schools.

Here we have collected information on nearby charter schools that had a better performance (in terms of test scores) than their public school counterparts.

Charter Schools near 109 Clay

Name Distance (mi) Grades Students Test Score Rank in State Rank Change Student/Teacher Ratio With Lunch Subsidy White Hispanic Black Asian
Elementary Schools
Mark Twain Dual Language Academy 3.37 PK-4 356 92.11 278 out of 4479 (Top 6.21%) 15.2 69.1 6.18 91.85 1.69 0
Great Hearts Monte Vista 3.78 K-5 446 87.71 414 out of 4479 (Top 9.24%) 187 17.5 17.26 41.93 49.55 2.02 3.36
Basis San Antonio- Pri North Central Campus 2.62 K-5 775 85.35 505 out of 4479 (Top 11.27%) 17.8 5.16 39.48 21.55 4.52 27.74
High Schools
Young Women's Leadership Academy 4.81 6-12 495 92.30 32 out of 1857 (Top 1.72%) -6 16.6 54.14 2.42 91.31 2.63 2.22
Travis Early College High School 3.77 9-12 381 91.96 35 out of 1857 (Top 1.88%) 38 19 73.23 3.67 93.7 1.57 0
Great Hearts Monte Vista North 2.99 6-12 476 79.81 189 out of 1857 (Top 10.18%) 14.1 18.49 46.01 47.27 2.1 2.73
School Of Science And Technology 1.89 6-12 457 78.26 221 out of 1857 (Top 11.90%) -41 13.1 51.86 27.35 58.21 6.35 5.47

Charter Schools near 115 Blue

Name Distance (mi) Grades Students Test Score Rank in State Rank Change Student/Teacher Ratio With Lunch Subsidy White Hispanic Black Asian
Elementary Schools
Mark Twain Dual Language Academy 3.11 PK-4 356 92.11 278 out of 4479 (Top 6.21%) 15.2 69.1 6.18 91.85 1.69 0
Great Hearts Monte Vista 2.66 K-5 446 87.71 414 out of 4479 (Top 9.24%) 187 17.5 17.26 41.93 49.55 2.02 3.36
Idea Carver Academy 0.84 K-5 679 70.31 1044 out of 4479 (Top 23.31%) -100 82.47 6.92 76.58 15.32 0.29
Jubilee Highland Park 1.91 PK-8 312 36.36 2928 out of 4479 (Top 65.37%) 158 16.2 80.77 7.37 80.45 8.97 0
Middle Schools
Young Men's Leadership Academy 0.42 4-9 337 75.48 388 out of 2193 (Top 17.69%) 275 15.3 59.94 3.56 79.23 15.73 0.3
Idea Eastside College Preparatory 1.37 6-9 423 51.62 933 out of 2193 (Top 42.54%) 104 95.98 2.36 74.94 21.04 0
Idea Najim College Preparatory 3.51 6-8 236 25.94 1735 out of 2193 (Top 79.12%) 85.59 3.81 63.14 32.2 0
High Schools
Young Women's Leadership Academy 4.86 6-12 495 92.30 32 out of 1857 (Top 1.72%) -6 16.6 54.14 2.42 91.31 2.63 2.22
Travis Early College High School 2.46 9-12 381 91.96 35 out of 1857 (Top 1.88%) 38 19 73.23 3.67 93.7 1.57 0
Idea Carver College Preparatory 0.84 6-12 604 88.26 77 out of 1857 (Top 4.15%) 82.62 4.14 80.79 13.58 0.5
Great Hearts Monte Vista North 2.62 6-12 476 79.81 189 out of 1857 (Top 10.18%) 14.1 18.49 46.01 47.27 2.1 2.73
St Philip's College Early College H S With Saisd 1 9-12 287 63.45 532 out of 1857 (Top 28.65%) 18.3 89.9 2.79 79.79 16.38 0

Maptimum's Verdict

Taking all factors into account, we calculated an overall score for the areas. A score of 100 represents an ideal neighborhood.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Overall Score 58.01 37.61

Your Priorities

Decide how important each factor is to you, ranging from Not Important (extreme left) to Very Important (extreme right), and we update the score for each address accordingly.

  109 Clay 115 Blue
Your Customized Score 58.01 37.61
Factor Importance
Owner Occupancy
Income Levels
Education Levels
Crime
School Quality
Quietness
Walkability