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Kerman Population: 13,544

Total Males: 6,781
Total Females: 6,763
Median Household Income: $46,834
Total Households: 3,589

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Brief Information About Kerman


Kerman was formerly called Collins. Located in Fresno County of California, it lies at the meeting point of State Routes 180 and 145.

Kerman covers 3.2 square miles and is home to 17,300 residents as per the 2010 Census. The city celebrates Harvest festival each year, along with Fireworks show and Christmas Parade, which are other popular events of the area. M. Young Botanic Garden happens to be one of the notable spots of the area.

 

The education system in Kerman is served by the Kerman Unified School District. Several elementary, middle and high schools serve the city. The livelihood of people depends on agricultural harvests, small business, local trade and service.



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