San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas. It is also the 7th largest in the nation, and the county seat of Bexar County. The city has a total area of 412.1 square miles. Roughly 4.5 square miles of the total is made up of water.
According to the 2007 census, the city has a population of 1,328,984 and a population density of 2,808.5 people per square mile. San Antonia health insurance is affected by the demographics of the area. The racial makeup of the city was 65% Caucasian, 6.7% African American, 2.1% Asian, 0.5% Native American, and 22.5% other. Roughly 2.1% is from two or more racial backgrounds. A large percent of the population consider themselves from Hispanic/Latino backgrounds. The median household income is $36,214 and the median family income is $53,100.
San Antonio home insurance depends on the climate of the region. The city is usually either dry or humid, depending on the wind. The summers are hot and the winters are quite cool. Spring and Fall are rainy and warm. Snow is quite rare in this area.
The culture of the area heavily influences life insurance for San Antonio. It has a vibrant art community, and a rich culture and history. There are several art, music, theater and performing art venues in the area, which include Artpace, the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, the Alameda Theater and the Japanese Tea Gardens. The nightlife of the city is bursting with different nightclubs, lounges and bars.
Auto insurance for San Antonio rely on the availability and condition of roadways. The city is served by several major freeways: I-10, I-35, I-37, I-410, US Highways 90, US Highway 281, State Highway 151, and Loop 1604. US Highways 87 and 181, State Highway 16, and Loops 345, 368, 353, and 13 all run through the city as well.