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The Rural City of Mason, MI

Mason is a city of approximately 7000 people southeast of Lansing and is the county seat of Ingham County. The historic county courthouse is the focal point of the downtown square and reflects the historic charm and character of the community. There are numerous nineteenth century era buildings in the downtown area and it is a pedestrian friendly environment.

Located in an agricultural setting with an abundance of rural charm, the city offers quiet neighborhoods, affordable housing, and a strong sense of community. Though seemingly a world away, Mason is only minutes from the greater Lansing area and all that it offers, including Michigan State University, medical facilities and entertainment options.

Student Enrollment in Mason is 3,135 with 2 National Merit Finalists. The average ACT Score is 23.

There are several large and small businesses in the city, with various commercial enterprises complimenting the character of community.

Mason has been honored as Tree City USA every year since 1990 by the Arbor Day Foundation. Parks and recreational activities abound.

Weather in Mason

The average high temperatures in Mason range from 30 in January to 83 in July

Average home income in Mason

The average household income of a Mason resident is $76,317 with an average home value of $152,677

Population of Mason

Mason has 20,411 residents.

Home ownership in Mason

The average level of home ownership in Mason is 80%.

Education breakdown of Mason

Education levels of residents of Mason include: highschool 22%, associate 10%, bachelor 19%, graduate 10%.

Households in Mason

Mason has 7,856 homes, built on average 40 years ago.