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Lee County is home to approximately 35,089 Iowa residents. When you consider the 517 square miles of land area and the current population, Lee County has an average population density of 68 people per square mile.
Adjacent counties in Iowa are Henry County, Van Buren County, and Des Moines County. Other nearby counties include Henderson County and Hancock County in Illinois. Clark County, Missouri is to the southwest of Lee County. Once home to 30 communities, there are currently 14 cities and towns in the county.
Wondering about the weather in Lee County? The average low temperature is 18 degrees in January. The average high temperature is 86 degrees in July. This area gets an average of 39.64 inches of rain and 18 inches of snow each year. Be sure to bring along your umbrella in April!
Interesting Facts About Lee County
The median home value is $85,400.
The median household income $43,312.
The average commute time 17 minutes.
The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 91.5%.
The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 15.5%.
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One of the most unusual things about this county in Iowa is that it has two county seats, Keokuk and Fort Madison. When it comes to population, Fort Madison is the largest city in the county with 10,717 residents. It’s a hub for business, entertainment, and recreational pursuits. Residents appreciate the significance of their historical landmarks and work hard to protect them.
Keokuk is a smaller city that is well-known for the beautiful scenery and small-town atmosphere. Many residents enjoy living in the smaller community and commuting to work in one of the metro areas nearby. Keokuk has a population of 10,609 residents.
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