Manokotak, Alaska Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Listed below are some important statistics about the Population & Steets in Manokotak City. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 442 residents, compared with 399 in 2000. Manokotak was first listed on the U.S. census in 1950 as an unincorporated village, and it was formally incorporated in 1970.

According to the 2010 Census, the population of Manokotak City is comprised of households ranging in age from 18 to 64. Almost half of the households in the city have children under the age of eighteen, and 67.7% of households are made up of married couples. Twenty-one percent of households are made up of single people. One-third of households have children, and six percent have at least one parent who works.

The population of the city is primarily Alaskan Native and American Indian. The median household income is $67,981, compared to the rest of the United States and neighboring ZIP codes. The area is also extremely isolated, with very little infrastructure. The only public transportation available is a ferry that travels to Kobuk City and reaches the village by water. Regardless of whether you're in search of a quaint, quiet place or a booming business, the population of Manokotak City has something to offer.