Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

#1. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Downtown, Moline, IL

Population: 6,172 Median Age: 36 Family-Households: 60% Median Household Income: $52,034 Average Commute (mi.): 20 Median Home Value: $92,466 Median Monthly Rent: $716 Renter-Occupied: 32%

#2. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Floreciente, Moline, IL

Population: 6,442 Median Age: 30 Family-Households: 60% Median Household Income: $46,556 Average Commute (mi.): 21 Median Home Value: $91,176 Median Monthly Rent: $685 Renter-Occupied: 45%

#3. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Homewood, Moline, IL

Population: 9,737 Median Age: 47 Family-Households: 57% Median Household Income: $67,035 Average Commute (mi.): 21 Median Home Value: $174,831 Median Monthly Rent: $688 Renter-Occupied: 34%

#4. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Greater Prospect, Moline, IL

Population: 4,694 Median Age: 48 Family-Households: 63% Median Household Income: $77,694 Average Commute (mi.): 20 Median Home Value: $137,710 Median Monthly Rent: $560 Renter-Occupied: 23%

#5. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Old Towne, Moline, IL

Population: 10,350 Median Age: 34 Family-Households: 59% Median Household Income: $41,699 Average Commute (mi.): 20 Median Home Value: $101,393 Median Monthly Rent: $582 Renter-Occupied: 39%

#6. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Karsten's Park, Moline, IL

Population: 3,521 Median Age: 44 Family-Households: 57% Median Household Income: $50,684 Average Commute (mi.): 20 Median Home Value: $106,966 Median Monthly Rent: $652 Renter-Occupied: 32%

#7. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Wheelock, Moline, IL

Population: 4,251 Median Age: 37 Family-Households: 74% Median Household Income: $68,996 Average Commute (mi.): 19 Median Home Value: $119,453 Median Monthly Rent: $299 Renter-Occupied: 17%

#8. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Overlook, Moline, IL

Population: 6,211 Median Age: 32 Family-Households: 53% Median Household Income: $37,322 Average Commute (mi.): 18 Median Home Value: $89,360 Median Monthly Rent: $610 Renter-Occupied: 47%

#9. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Park Hill, Moline, IL

Population: 6,844 Median Age: 37 Family-Households: 50% Median Household Income: $50,201 Average Commute (mi.): 20 Median Home Value: $106,121 Median Monthly Rent: $548 Renter-Occupied: 33%

#10. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Willard, Moline, IL

Population: 4,967 Median Age: 38 Family-Households: 68% Median Household Income: $61,020 Average Commute (mi.): 17 Median Home Value: $104,704 Median Monthly Rent: $328 Renter-Occupied: 22%

#11. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Forest Hill, Moline, IL

Population: 8,903 Median Age: 41 Family-Households: 62% Median Household Income: $57,758 Average Commute (mi.): 19 Median Home Value: $107,274 Median Monthly Rent: $659 Renter-Occupied: 20%

#12. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Villa Park, Moline, IL

Population: 4,718 Median Age: 47 Family-Households: 54% Median Household Income: $65,498 Average Commute (mi.): 19 Median Home Value: $134,828 Median Monthly Rent: $753 Renter-Occupied: 24%

#13. Neighborhoods with the Best Public Schools in Rock Island County, IL

Greater Tartan Oaks, Moline, IL

Population: 5,138 Median Age: 44 Family-Households: 73% Median Household Income: $80,922 Average Commute (mi.): 18 Median Home Value: $134,674 Median Monthly Rent: $444 Renter-Occupied: 13%

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