Trinity, Florida is located in Pasco County near where Hillsborough and Pinellas counties also merge. According to the 2010 census, there are 10,907 people who live in this area. The area received its name from the Bible college which was founded there in 1932 and is also located there. In the area, there is also Mitchell Ranch Plaza and a high school.
This area consists of 4.7 square miles of land. It’s considered part of New Port Richey. Both areas consist of high-priced single-family homes and luxury apartments. Most of the area consists of the Trinity Communities consisting of the Champions Club, Nature’s Hideaway, Wyndtree, Foxwood, Chelsea Place, and Heritage Springs. There are also two fire stations, a sheriff’s office, and a highway patrol in the area.
The 2000 census determined that 4,279 people consisting of 1,479 families and 1,683 households lived in this area. This means that there are about 906 people living in each square mile of the area. About 96% of those living in the area are Caucasian while 6% are African American, 1% are Asian, 0.02% are Pacific Islanders, and the remainder of the population is composed of other races. About 2% of the population also considers themselves to be either Hispanic or Latino.
Of the 1,683 households in the area, 82% consisted of married couples and about 27% had children under 18. Some other interesting statistics about the households in the area include:
- 4% had a female head of household
- 12% weren’t families
- Only about 5% consisted of someone over the age of 65 living by themselves
Most of these households consisted of people who were around 47 years old and making around $68,000 per year (around $72,000 for families). Only about 2% of the population was under the poverty level and this mainly consisted of people over the age of 65.
Trinity is part of the Pasco County School District. Here you’ll find four elementary schools and a charter school. There’s also the Seven Springs Middle School and the J.W. Mitchell High School. Additionally, there are four private schools in the area and a 4-year private Christian college.
Living in this area is quite luxurious. Nevertheless, as a homeowner, you still have your fair share of responsibilities, including caring for your home’s roof. For help with this task, you should turn to the professionals at Done Rite Roofing Inc.
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