Ozark, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The following table shows the population and steets of Ozark, Missouri. The data are based on the 2019 American Community Survey and are subject to change. However, they are an excellent starting point for evaluating your target audience. You can determine which demographics to target based on home ownership, household income, and other factors. The Ozark population development icon provides further information about the selected place. Other useful information includes race and ethnicity.

The Ozark population ranks higher than 75% of its peers. This means that Ozark has a higher percentage of households than most cities. The city is about three-fourths the size of the U.S. average, making it a great place for families. Ozark also has a low crime rate - it's only 1% higher than the national average. Residents enjoy a safe environment - a key factor for determining a city's popularity.

For those looking to live in the heart of Ozark City, the city center is comprised of medium-sized and small homes, as well as some apartment buildings. Most of the residential real estate is owner-occupied. The residences in this area were built between the 1970s and 2000. However, new construction may contribute to a high vacancy rate. This is a problem that can persist for years.

The population of Ozark Missouri is divided into two age groups: the youngest population, 18-39, and the oldest group, sixty-69. Those who are older than that are in the middle age range, with 9.3% of the population. Ozark's diversity breakdown shows the most diverse population. Native Americans, Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders account for about one-fifth of the population. White people make up the remaining one-fifth of the population.