About Show Low
How did Show Low get its name?
Also, the story goes on to say that Clark did move out. He packed up his things and moved to the community of Pinetop, where he lived for many years.
Winters in Show Low bring highs between 45 °F (7 °C) and 55 °F (13 °C), with lows usually below freezing between November and March, averaging in the 20s December through February, and in the low 30s for November and March.
In the summer, highs in Show Low average approximately 85 °F (29 °C), with an occasional day above 90 °F (32 °C) not uncommon for the city. As the sun sets in the summertime, temperatures plummet dramatically, sometimes upwards of 30 degrees. This nightly temperature swing results in summertime lows typically ranging between 50 °F (10 °C) and 60 °F (16 °C).
Show Low has reached below-freezing temperatures every month at least once in its history except July and August, where temperatures have only reached 38 °F (3 °C) and 37 °F (3 °C) respectively.
Show Low has twice reached 100 °F (38 °C), its record high temperature: once on May 31, 1969, and again on July 14, 2003. Show Low's record low temperature of -25 °F (-32 °C) was set on January 8, 1971.
Show Low averages about 18.3 inches (460 mm) of rain per year.
Show Low Regional Airport provides passenger airline service through Boutique Air to Phoenix and to Denver through Farmington, New Mexico; the airport maintains a single passenger terminal for this purpose. The airport is also commonly used for air cargo, air-taxi, and as a fixed-base operator for general aviation.
The city also maintains a minor public transportation operation in conjunction with neighboring Pinetop-Lakeside. Two shuttles service multiple retail, high-traffic, and government offices and also the airport and nearby Hon-Dah casino (57 stops in all). Show Low Shuttle provides 24/7, non-stop, door to door shuttle service from Show Low to any city in Arizona.
Almost all of the city is a part of the Show Low Unified School District. A portion of the city is within the boundaries of the Blue Ridge Unified School District.
Schools that serve the SLUSD portion of the city include Linden Elementary, Nikolaus Homestead Elementary, Whipple Ranch Elementary, Show Low Junior High School, and Show Low High School.
Show Low is home to one of Northland Pioneer College's four regional campuses, the White Mountain Campus.
Info below Provided by YourShowLow.com:
White Mountain Montessori School (9-12)
Nearby Private & Charter Schools
St. Anthony School (Private K to 8th), Mountain Christian School (Private K to 8th), Sequoia Village School (Charter 6th to 8th), Successful Beginnings Charter School (k to 12 Charter)
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Population 10,754 (2010-2014)
Population Growth 39.75% since 2000
Population Density: 261.21/sq mi
Personal average income: $15,536
Median Household Income: $39,795 at 2010-2014—22.99% increase since 2000
Median House Price: $121,100 at 2010-2014—14.14% increase since 2000
Time Zone: Mountain GMT -7:00
Land Area: 40.94 sq mi
Water Area: 0.23 sq mi (0.57%)
Area: Show Low, AZ
County: Navajo County
Area Code: 520, 928
Zip Code: 85901 85902