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

Listed below are the Population & Steets of Overbrook City, Kansas. By entering your criteria, you can refine your search results to include only those neighborhoods where you want to live. For example, you can increase the radius of your search, display options, and even prioritize categories. Then, you can set a home/rent budget to narrow your results even further. After adjusting these settings, you'll have an accurate list of neighborhoods in Overbrook City.

Overbrook City's diversity is represented by a variety of ethnic groups. The majority of residents are white, with a few minorities. Overbrook's residents are mostly of Haitian, Jamaican, and Irish origins. Those with Haitian and Jamaican ancestry are particularly common. The area's high concentration of Haitians makes it one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city, but its low percentage of African-Americans and Hispanics is indicative of social problems.

Overbrook's middle class is defined by the PEW research center as households earning at least two thirds of the median household income. This indicator is especially useful for estimating Overbrook's affordability as a place to live. Compared to other cities in Kansas, Overbrook's rent burden is higher than that of Effingham, Lansing, and Kansas. In 2016, 27.9% of households in Overbrook were renters.

Overbrook City is located in Osage County, Kansas. According to the United States Census, the city's population was 1,019 as of the 2010 Census. The city's population has increased by 7.6% since the 2000 Census. Residents typically enjoy pleasant weather in September, May, and June. Winters are cold, with temperatures dropping below zero in the winter. With so many schools, there's plenty of space for families to grow in Overbrook.