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

The demographics of Pawnee City, NE are quite diverse. The majority of residents identify as white while only 12.3% are black or Hispanic. The majority of residents live in one of three types of households: two-car households, single-car households, or unaffiliated. The median home value in Pawnee City is $66,500 and the home appreciation rate over the last decade is 3.6%.

Several local leaders have come up with innovative ideas to attract tourists to the town. The First Christian Church and United Presbyterian, run by Duane Westing, estimate that they will generate at least $83,000 over the next 25 years. Some residents are not happy about these initiatives, however. They feel that the city needs more local money to support the development of the town. However, the economic situation in Pawnee City remains unfavorable for many residents.

The demographics of Pawnee City, NE show that it has a population of 1.01k. The majority of its residents are White (95.6%) with 4.4% being Two or more races. Twenty-nine percent of households are classified as poor or very low-income. The median household income is $43,125. Eighty-three percent of the population is in the labor force. Approximately 16.1% of households are rented.

For more information on the history of the town, consider looking at local histories. These may include church and school histories, government, military, and biographies. During the Civil War, the town was known as Mission Creek for nearly two decades. Mission Creek was named for a Presbyterian mission for Indians. The town's names changed several times during this period, but the community's mission remains the same.