Pilot Station, Alaska Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Pilot Station City, Alaska, is relatively younger than that of the rest of the United States, with the median age of 22.7. There are nearly fifty percent less people aged sixty-five and under in Pilot Station than the national average of 37.9 years. This is due in part to the high number of people living in the city, including a whopping 3.10% of the area's population who are sixty-five or older.

The city has a population of 568 residents, with 137 households. The population of Pilot Station is comprised of black or african American residents, while five hundred fifty-seven people are American Indian and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. It has a total of 137 dwellings and houses, and you can find an interactive map of the city on Google Maps. However, be aware that the population of Pilot Station is below the state average.

The percentage of foreign-born residents in Pilot Station is the highest in the entire state. In addition, this city ranks #1 for the highest proportion of foreign-born residents, as the population is comprised of immigrants from South and East Asia. Further, the percentage of foreign-born residents is highest in Pilot Station, and the number of naturalized citizens is highest there. The next section of demographic data provides detailed information on the residents, immigrants, and citizens of Pilot Station.

In addition to the total population, the Pilot Station city also has a high percentage of married couples. There are 109 households headed by a husband and wife, which accounts for fifty-one percent of the entire population. However, the area has one of the highest rates of unwed mother births, with a family size of 7.7. In fact, Pilot Station has a family size that is almost sixty percent greater than the national average.