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it is part of the North Allegheny School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.
It is home to Bradford Woods Elementary School, which is in the North Allegheny School District.
The median income for a household in the borough was ,820, and the median income for a family was 0,329.
Males had a median income of ,313 versus ,125 for females, the per capita income for the borough was ,462.
Three years before both faced off in some of the most memorable televised Presidential debates, future presidents (and contemporary U. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 5.4 square miles (14 km), or 7.06%, is water.
The local government of Bradford Woods occupies offices in Fithian Hall (the fire hall), the current mayor is Robert "Bob" Murray.The city's population in 1900 was 34,227; in 1910, 42,694; in 1920, 45,975; and in 1940, 55,355. John set out his proposal in the Pittsburgh Gazette, as part of a program under which new residents could purchase plots of land for .00 (a lottery was used to distribute the plots to avoid complaints from new land owners concerning "inferior" locations).The decrease in the population since the 1940s is attributable to the general economic malaise that descended upon the region when the steelmaking industry moved elsewhere, the major employer was the National Tube Works, a manufacturer of iron pipes, which once employed 10,000 men. Around the time of the French and Indian Wars, George Washington often came to Mc Keesport to visit his friend, Queen Alliquippa, a Seneca Indian ruler.As of the census of 2000, there were 24,040 people, 9,655 households, and 5,976 families residing in the city, the population density was 4,806.9 people per square mile (1,856.4/km²).There were 11,124 housing units at an average density of 2,224.3 per square mile (859.0/km²).According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Mc Keesport has a humid continental climate, abbreviated "Dfa" on climate maps.