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Coupeville Population: 1,803

Total Males: 791
Total Females: 1,012
Median Household Income: $45,000
Total Households: 864

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Brief Information About Coupeville


The town of Coupeville is located in the County of Island. It covers a total area of 3.19 sq. km. The industry related to service and retail maintains a strong hold on the economy of the town. Businesses involving supplies of antique materials, arts and crafts materials, supplies of building materials, car financing, contracting in building, supplies of clothing accessories, computer renting and leasing, manufacturing of computer peripherals, craft supplies, contracting in excavation, consultancy in interior decorating, contracting in landscape and real estate management, contribute to the economic development of the town. Commercial spaces are utilized by youth organization centers, campgrounds, recreation centers, parks, hotels and auditoriums.







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