Countryside around Lawtey
Lawtey is a small town in northern Bradford County. Lawtey has been named one of the two official speed traps in the United States by the American Automobile Association based on the local police force's rabid enforcement of the speed limit through town on US Highway 301. Part of that is probably based on the fact that Lawtey Police Chief MM "Butch" Jordan has been the police chief since he was first elected in 1962.
Nearby is the Lawtey State Correctional Institution, probably Lawtey's largest employer.
Since 2000, the population of Lawtey is up more than 11%.
High School or Higher: 64.7%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 7.6%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 2.2%
Median Resident Age: 42.3 Years
Cost of Living Index for Lawtey: 83.1
Median Household Income: $29,980
Median Home Value: $100,300
Population Density: 531 People per Square Mile
Government, Retail Services, Transportation Services, Waste Management, Manufacturing, Educational Services, Health Care, Social Services, Lodging & Food Services, Professional Services
Unemployed (June 2014): 7.4%
|Population by Age|
|18 & over||555|
|65 & over||131|
|Population by Ethnicity|
|Hispanic or Latino||15|
|Non Hispanic or Latino||715|
|Population by Race|
|Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||6|
|Two or more||10|