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

The following article will cover the Population & Steets in MulDow City, OK. It will include a map, the number of residents, and the median household income. These details will give you an idea of the overall quality of life in Muldrow. In addition, you will learn about the different types of housing in Muldrow. You can find out which neighborhoods have the highest and lowest incomes.

The city of Muldrow, Oklahoma is situated in the Arkansas River Valley, in the far western part of the state, near the border with Oklahoma. The city has a small town feel, and the Arkansas River runs through it. The cost of living and median home prices are both low. Since 2020, Muldrow has experienced a loss of 5.2% of its population. However, its growth prospects are still very promising, especially in terms of job opportunities.

Muldrow, Oklahoma is one of twenty states with Census County Divisions. Census County Divisions track subdivisions within counties. The Muldrow Division in Muldrow City, OK is composed of 2.08k White residents, 517 American Indian & Alaska Native, and 506 Two+ residents. The city has 3.24% of Hispanic residents. Its median household income is $35,694 per person.

Muldrow's population was quite varied. In 2010, there were 1,204 households with children. Forty-six percent of households had children, 21.2% of households had a male householder without a husband, and 15.4% were non-families. Twenty-seven percent of households consisted of individuals. And a few senior citizens were living alone. Generally, households in Muldrow were small, with a median of 2.54 and an average of three.