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

Are you considering a move to Muskogee City, OK? If so, you should know the population and steets of this city. Here's a quick guide. Read it and you'll be well on your way to making a decision. Besides, you can get an idea of what to expect once you get to Muskogee. After all, it's only a short trip away!

The population of the city is primarily white. The number of middle-aged adults is also large. It has a relatively lower number of single-parent households than average, but slightly more than the national average. The percentage of children under the age of 18 is slightly above average. Census data shows that there are fewer vacant homes than the average. Among nearby colleges and universities are correctional facilities.

There are numerous notable historical sites in Muskogee. The John Thomas/Grant Foreman House, the Railroad Exchange, the Escoe neighborhood, and the Manhattan district are all on the National Register of Historic Places. During the pre-statehood period, Muskogee also hosted the United States Post Office and Courthouse, otherwise known as the Federal Building. The county courthouse is also located in Muskogee.

The 2012 Comprehensive Plan called for a cooperative downtown master planning effort. In summer 2016, City of Muskogee officials began this effort, along with the Institute for Quality Communities and University of Oklahoma College of Architecture. The results of this process are Downtown Muskogee: A Landscape of Hope. The project includes two vision-oriented, multi-use development concepts. One concept is to attract new businesses and residents into the city.