According to allpubliclibraries, Hoboken, Georgia is a small city located in the state’s southeastern corner. It is situated directly on the Atlantic Ocean, with a coastline that stretches for miles. The city has a humid subtropical climate, with mild winters and hot summers.
Hoboken’s history dates back to the early 19th century when it was first settled by European-American settlers. The city was incorporated in 1838, and during the Civil War it served as an important port for Confederate ships. In recent years, Hoboken has become a popular destination for tourists who come to experience its beautiful beaches and coastal scenery.
Politics in Hoboken are largely conservative, with the majority of citizens voting Republican in national elections. The city is governed by a mayor and six council members who are elected to four-year terms.
The economy of Hoboken is mainly based on tourism and fishing. There are several seafood restaurants located along the waterfront which attract visitors from all over the region. Additionally, there are several small businesses that provide goods and services to local residents.
Hoboken is home to one public school district which serves students from kindergarten through twelfth grade. There are also several private schools located within the city limits which offer more specialized education options for families looking for alternatives to public education.
The most recognizable landmark in Hoboken is its iconic lighthouse which stands at the mouth of Hoboken Harbor near downtown. This lighthouse has been operating since 1872 and serves as an important navigational aid for vessels entering or leaving port in the area. Additionally, there are several other historic sites located throughout downtown including churches, old homes, and monuments dedicated to famous people from Hoboken’s past such as President James Monroe who visited here in 1819 during his tour of Georgia and South Carolina states
Population: 463. Estimated population in July 2020: 512 (+10.6% change)
Males: 237 (51.2%), Females: 226 (48.8%)
Zip code: 31542
Median resident age: 39.8 years
Median household income: $26,818
Median house value: $63,800
Races in Hoboken:
- White Non-Hispanic (87.9%)
- Black (8.9%)
- American Indian (2.2%)
- Two or more races (2.2%)
- Hispanic (1.1%)
Ancestries: United States (32.6%), English (10.4%), Irish (6.3%), German (3.2%), Scotch-Irish (1.5%), French (1.3%).
Elevation: 131 feet
Land area: 3.5 square miles
Hoboken, Georgia is a small town with a population of 1,700 people. Located in Coffee County, the town is only about 20 miles from Douglas, the county seat. The population is diverse and includes people from many different backgrounds. Over half of the population is white, while nearly a quarter is African American and about 10% are Hispanic or Latino. Other minority groups such as Native Americans and Asians make up less than 5% of the population. The median age of the population is 37 years old with a median household income of around $40,000 per year. Most of the people in Hoboken are employed in agriculture and manufacturing jobs, although there are also some who work in retail and other service industries as well. Education levels vary greatly; while some residents have college degrees, most do not have any higher education beyond high school. The overall poverty rate for Hoboken is slightly below average compared to other towns in Georgia. Most residents own their homes rather than rent them and there are several churches located throughout town that offer both spiritual guidance and community activities for all ages.
For population 25 years and over in Hoboken
- High school or higher: 78.4%
- Bachelor’s degree or higher: 8.2%
- Graduate or professional degree: 4.2%
- Unemployed: 9.5%
- Mean travel time to work: 30.7 minutes
For population 15 years and over in Hoboken city
- Never married: 12.9%
- Now married: 58.3%
- Separated: 1.4%
- Widowed: 9.5%
- Divorced: 17.8%
1.1% Foreign born
Population change in the 1990s: +22 (+5.0%).
Hospitals/medical centers near Hoboken:
- SATILLA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (about 16 miles; WAYCROSS, GA)
- CHARLTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (about 24 miles; FOLKSTON, GA)
- BACON COUNTY HOSPITAL (about 34 miles; ALMA, GA)
Airports certified for carrier operations nearest to Hoboken:
- BRUNSWICK GOLDEN ISLES (about 48 miles; BRUNSWICK, GA; Abbreviation: BQK)
- JACKSONVILLE INTL (about 58 miles; JACKSONVILLE, FL; Abbreviation: JAX)
- MOODY AFB (about 75 miles; VALDOSTA, GA; Abbreviation: VAD)
Other public-use airports nearest to Hoboken:
- BRANTLEY COUNTY (about 17 miles; NAHUNTA, GA; Abbreviation: 4J1)
- WAYCROSS-WARE COUNTY (about 18 miles; WAYCROSS, GA; Abbreviation: AYS)
- DAVIS FIELD (about 29 miles; FOLKSTON, GA; Abbreviation: 3J6)
Colleges and Universities
Colleges/universities with over 2000 students nearest to Hoboken:
- FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE (about 68 miles; JACKSONVILLE, FL; Full-time enrollment: 10,495)
- UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA (about 77 miles; JACKSONVILLE, FL; Full-time enrollment: 9,256)
- VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY (about 84 miles; VALDOSTA, GA; Full-time enrollment: 7,157)
- ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC STATE UNIVERSITY (about 85 miles; SAVANNAH, GA; Full-time enrollment: 3,945)
- GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (about 89 miles; STATESBORO, GA; Full-time enrollment: 12,724)
- SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN (about 92 miles; SAVANNAH, GA; Full-time enrollment: 4,565)
- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (about 105 miles; GAINESVILLE, FL; Full-time enrollment: 41,543)
Public primary/middle school in Hoboken:
- HOBOKEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Students: 542; Location: RR 1, BOX N-1; Grades: PK – 06)