Manitou, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The Population & Steets of Manitou City, CO are a little below average. The city is only three-fourths the size of Colorado. The average man lives in a house worth $61,560. The median age is 41. It is a relatively young city. The percentage of men is higher than the percentage of women, with 94.5% of males speaking only English.

The Census Bureau's most recent data on Manitou Springs, CO reveals that the population is predominantly White. A significant minority of residents are Hispanic and Native Hawaiian. The percentage of people who are enrolled in preschool is 0.2%. The poverty level in Manitou Springs, CO is slightly lower than the national average. The cost of living and crime in the city are lower than the national average.

The population of Manitou City is approximately 75,000, with the highest proportion of households consisting of a husband and wife couple. The average family size is 2.9 people, making it the second-smallest city in the region. Manitou Springs is a small home rule municipality in the foothills of Pikes Peak. The town has a vibrant downtown with restaurants, shops, and a creekside city park. The municipality was developed primarily as a resort town, but the base of Pikes Peak is just a short drive away. The 1960s brought the development of the subdivision Crystal Hills.

The average household income in Manitou Springs is $59,017, and males earn 1.32 times as much as females. The average household income per adult in Manitou Springs, CO is $55,618, making it less egalitarian than the national average. The population of Manitou Springs, CO is 2.65k. The largest industries include Education Services, Accommodation & Food Services, and Retail Trade. The highest paying sectors are Professional, Scientific & Technical Services, and Finance & Insurance.