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

The Perkins city population is comprised of a diverse group of people. For example, the median age of the population is thirty, and about one-quarter of the households are headed by a woman. The city has a high poverty rate, compared to the national average of 10 to 13 percent. Its young population is also highly diverse; the average family size is three people. The median income in the city is $26,800, compared to the state average of $36,500.

Crime rates in Perkins can be somewhat inflated, especially if the area is popular with day-trippers. While crime rates are lower in residential areas, they may seem higher in areas with many retail establishments and few residents. But it's important to note that the red areas don't necessarily indicate dangerous neighborhoods for residents. While this map of crimes is informative, it isn't a perfect predictor of crime in Perkins.

Crime rates in Perkins City are lower than in other Sparse Suburban areas, but almost half of the population still expresses concerns about their safety. Perkins' public schools are well-rated on both a statewide and national level. Rankings take into account graduation rates, enrollment rates, teacher-to-student ratios, and student and parent reviews. Area schools are ranked by a weighted average score, which is then used to determine where Perkins ranks.

Perkins is home to approximately 169 people. This number has increased by 126.3% since the last census. The average commute time is 20.0 minutes. The median home price in Perkins is $36,200. During the last 10 years, the home value in Perkins has appreciated by 6.0%. The population of Perkins is a diverse group. The city has a diverse population, and is an excellent place to live.