Manville in Providence county, Rhode Island

Manville

Manville offers peace and quiet from the hustle and bustle of daily life as well as convenience to all the necessities that nearby larger cities have to offer.

The small village of Manville, Rhode Island is located in the town of Lincoln, in the northeastern part of the state.

As is true of many small Rhode Island villages, Manville was at one time a mill village. The Manville-Jenckes mill was a textile mill that brought many employment opportunities to the community. Many row-houses were built in the area to provide housing to mill workers . Today, these houses are known as the “brick blocks”.

The Northern Lincoln Elementary School is located in Manville. About 250 students attend the school. Ratings here are higher than the rest of Rhode Island.

Manville is located less than twenty minutes from Providence, and only about a half an hour from Worcester, Massachusetts. It is convenient to route 146, which is a major north-south road that runs through Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2010) -0.49 %
Population Density (people / sq. mile) 2,419.1
Household Size (people) 2.32
Households w/ Children 30.54 %
Annual Residential Turnover 12.57 %

Housing Inventory

Fair Market Rents

Gross rent estimates, localized to show expected pricing variations.

Studio $569
One Bedroom $697
Two Bedroom $846
Three Bedroom $1,049
Four Bedroom $1,263

Education

The educational climate index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Socioeconomic Status (SES) measure. Factors in this measure are income, educational achievement and occupation of persons within a ZIP code. Because this measure is based on the population of an entire ZIP code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.

Educational Climate Index
Values range from 1 to 5 with lower values representing a worse educational climate
Highest Level Attained

Population Demographics

Total: 3,459
Households: 1,444
Median Age: 39.35

Employment & Finance

Workforce
Income by dollar range (Median: $47,970)

Climate & Weather

The temperature chart displays average high and low temperatures (degrees Fahrenheit) for the months of January and July.

The weather risk chart displays a percent value for a given type of weather risk as compared to the national average. A percent value greater than 100 indicates the area is more prone to risk than the national average; similarly, a value less than 100 indicates the area is less prone.

Temperature
Weather Risk
Percent risk, as compared to national average
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Public Elementary

School

LINCOLN CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grades: K-5
1081 GREAT RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

SAYLESVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grades: K-5
50 WOODLAND ST
LINCOLN, RI 02865

LONSDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grades: K-5
270 RIVER RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

NORTHERN LINCOLN ELEMENTARY
Grades: PRESCHOOL-5
315 NEW RIVER RD
MANVILLE, RI 02838

Public Middle

School

LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Grades: 6-8
152 JENCKES HILL RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

Public High

School

LINCOLN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Grades: 9-12
135 OLD RIVER RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

DAVIES CAREER-TECH HIGH SCHOOL
Grades: 9-12
50 JENCKES HILL RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

Private/Catholic

School

THE SPURWINK SCHOOL
Grades: K-12
365 RIVER RD
LINCOLN, RI 02865

LINCOLN SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST SCHOOL
Grades: PRESCHOOL-8
1000 SMITHFIELD AVE
LINCOLN, RI 02865

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Commuting to and from Manville

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