Sales price includes parcel 821-070-030 & 821-060-004 totaling approximately 160 acres. Acreage along 6th Avenue has electricity, phone lines, septic and a well. City water in street along 6th Avenue and level ground has priority 1 water rights. Several development opportunities including; residential, solar, agricultural, recreational and land banking. The town of Blythe is centrally located at the junction of Interstate 10 & US 95. Blythe Airport is large enough for Jetliners and both Airfreight through UPS and Conway Western Express service it. Palo Verde College relocated in 2001 to a mesa overlooking the city and supports an exemplary learning environment with high quality educational programs. There is almost 95 miles of navigable water in the Palo Verde Valley. Recreational activities include; boating, water skiing, wake-boarding, jet skiing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, camping, hiking, archery, hunting, horseback riding, skeet shooting and off road ridding. 350 days of sunshine make Blythe a sports paradise.
Total population of , which has changed by % since 1990.
The median age of the population is , while the median
age of dwellings is .
Out of households, are families.