Syracuse is a city located at the northeast corner of the Finger Lakes region east of Rochester and Buffalo and west of the state capital, Albany. It is the county seat of Onondaga County, New York, and the fifth-most populous city in the state of New York.
The Syracuse City School District is the public school system serving Syracuse, which operates 34 schools and 4 alternative education programs covering grades K–12.
As of the 2020 Census, there were 148,620 people (a change of +2.4% since 2010) residing in the city of Syracuse. The share of the total population consists of 78.7% adults age 18 or older and 21.3% youths under the age of 18. A change of +4.7% and -5.2% respectively.
There was an 11.2% vacancy rate in 2020 in the city of Syracuse. There were 66,791 total housing units, a +3.8% change since 2010. Of the 66,791, 59,336 housing units were occupied and 7,455 were vacant.
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