Deepwater, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

You've likely heard of Deepwater City, but have you looked at the population and steets? This article will explain how the population and steets are affected by its history. The city is home to 366 White residents, 27 Two+ residents, and 10 American Indian & Alaska Native residents. In terms of racial composition, the median household income in Deepwater is $25,750. This represents an annual growth of 6.8%.

This city is also known for its tile factory. While the city does depend on this industry for its economy, it wasn't always so. During the depression and World War II, the tile factory shut down. In the 1990s, there were 60 modern homes and businesses. The city doesn't have a health department and only one paid employee. There is no police department in Deepwater, though there is a volunteer fire department.

The population of Deepwater City is roughly 33,000. A portion of residents lives in the city and attend the school system in Deepwater. The City School house is located one block east of the highway, so children must cross it to get to school. The rest of the people are located in the extended area. The population of Deepwater City is primarily composed of retirees and people who have no children.