Higden, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

A map showing the Population & Steets of Higden City, Arkansas. This map highlights the percent of the population who are uninsured and the percentage who are enrolled in various types of health insurance in the city. In Higden, AR, most residents use their own cars to get to work. However, there are still many people who carpool. In this case, you can see who's riding your bike to work - it's not unusual to see at least one car in every ten households.

The median property value in Higden, AR was $120,800 in 2019, which is less than half of the national average. Higden's median property value decreased from $158,300 in 2018 to $120,800 in 2019, a 23.7% decline. Higden's homeownership rate is 87.8%, which is higher than the national average. The median commute time is 40.6 minutes. The number of people who own a car is the same as the national average.

The most common occupations in Higden, AR are construction, agriculture, and hunting. Those three industries are responsible for most of the city's jobs, and the highest-paying ones are construction and educational services. As you can see, the median household income in Higden, AR is far less than the national average. However, the area is growing and has a strong economy.