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

Overland, Missouri, is home to more than ten thousand people. Its population is made up primarily of white residents, with approximately three-quarters (72%) being white. Overland, MO's population is also made up of a small number of Hispanic residents, with approximately one-quarter of the total population being hispanic. However, this doesn't mean that the city has an extremely high Hispanic population.

Overland Park is a Kansas city suburb. The city is located within the Kansas City metropolitan area and borders Mission and Prairie Village to the north. To the south, it borders Stilwell and Merriam, and to the west, Overland Park lies within the Shawnee Mission community. The climate in Overland Park is humid subtropical, with hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters.

The city's population is spread out. Twenty-four percent of the population is under the age of eighteen, while seven percent of residents are between 18 and 24. Of the remaining population, thirty-seven percent is between the ages of 25 and 44 and twenty-one percent is between forty-four and sixty-four. Twenty-nine percent of households are non-families. And fifteen percent of households are composed of senior citizens. The average household size is two and a half, while the average family size is three.

Overland Park, Kansas is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Its population grew from seventy-two thousand residents in 2010 to eleven thousand by 2020. By then, the city will have a much larger population, with an increasing percentage of African-Americans and Asian-American residents. Despite the growth, the city still has some major issues and challenges to overcome.