Grenville, New Mexico


  • The old Grenville Schoolhouse
  • One of the main streets in Grenville
  • The Grenville Village Hall
  • The former Grenville business district
  • A former church in Grenville
  • An empty office building in Grenville

What we see of Grenville today is what's left of a small village established on the eastern plains of New Mexico in the late 1800's. Originally, the site was probably a railroad siding with a water tower in the days of the steam locomotives, and a community grew up around that. The years of the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression took most folks out of town but some stayed and continued ranching cattle and sheep.

Interestingly enough, the population of Grenville is up about 52% since 2000... but we're talking a total population of 38...

Fast Facts about Grenville, New Mexico
Grenville, Union County, NM 88424
Latitude: 36.4498°N
Longitude: 103.6145°W
Elevation: 5,981'

Education:
High School or Higher: 76.5%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 17.6%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 17.6%

2014 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $36,500
Median Home Value: $183,700
Median Resident Age: 40.5 Years
Cost of Living Index for Grenville: 85.1
Unemployed (August 2014): 3.9%
 
Population Demographics: 2010
Total Population 38
Males 23
Females 15
Population by Age
Under 18 11
18 & over 27
20-24 1
25-34 3
35-49 7
50-64 12
65 & over 3
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 2
Non Hispanic or Latino 36
Population by Race
White 36
African-American 0
Asian 0
Native American 0
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
Other 2
Two or more 0