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

The population of Tishomingo City is spread out. Of this population, 76.7% are under the age of 18, followed by 7.6% of those between 18 and 24 years. Another 26.4% live in households with two or more cars, while the remainder of the population resides in households with one or more vehicles. In Tishomingo, there are 73.6 males for every 100 females, and 2.44% of the residents are 65 years of age or older.

In 2019, Tishomingo had a median population of 3,077 people. Its median household income was $33,125, an increase from $28,287 the previous year. The racial and ethnic groups that lived below the poverty line in Tishomingo, OK were predominantly White and Hispanic. The income thresholds vary by family composition and size. Families earning less than these amounts are considered to be living below the poverty line.

Tishomingo City has 5 churches, representing five denominations. The local churches welcome newcomers and are welcoming to all. Its schools are located on the campus of the historic Tishomingo Agricultural High School. All students can participate in various academic programs at the local schools, and the town has an extensive summer baseball program. The schools are also excellent places for children to attend school.

Located in Johnston County, Tishomingo is near the Blue River and Lake Texoma. It has conservation areas and recreation clubs, including a golf course and a sandy beach. The Old City Dam on Pennington Creek also provides a beautiful sandy beach. Its population is 3,034 at the 2010 census. It is located near Little Rock and is home to a few other towns in the Texoma region.