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DemographicsStillwater County
Population
Population Estimates
20109,111
20119,163
20129,196
20139,318
Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013
2013 Population Estimate9,318
Total Population Change201
Natural Increase11
Births264
Deaths253
Migration187
Historic Population Growth
1890--
1900--
1910--
19207,630
19306,253
19405,694
19505,416
19605,526
19704,632
19805,598
19906,536
20008,195
20109,117
Service Populations
Veterans
Population Projections
Civilian population 18 years and over7,047
Veterans1,167
Non Veterans5,880
Percent By Period of Service
Gulf War (>9/01)6.3%
Gulf War (8/90-8/01)10.2%
Vietnam era42.2%
Korean War13.5%
World War II2.4%
Poverty
Below Poverty Level (Number)
Total851
Male424
Female427
< 18 Years267
18 to 64 years461
65 years and over123
Below Poverty Level (Percent)
Total9.4%
Male9.1%
Female9.8%
< 18 Years13.2%
18 to 64 years8.4%
65 years and over8.3%
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Number)
2000254
2001241
2002204
2003213
2004191
2005194
2006244
2007216
2008241
2009241
2010288
2011283
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Percent)
200012.9%
200112.2%
200210.6%
200311.9%
200410.6%
200511.0%
200612.9%
200711.1%
200812.7%
200912.2%
201013.9%
201114.0%
IndustriesStillwater County
Agriculture
Top Five Agriculture Producers by County, 2012
Corn Sales (Dollars)$2,183,000
Barley Sales (Dollars)$1,061,000
Wheat Sales (Dollars)$4,787,000
Crop Totals (Dollars)$12,989,000
Top Five Livestock Producers by County, 2012
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Heads)$11,483
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Dollars)$1,300,000
Hog Sales (Heads)$128
Hog Sales (Dollars)$22,000
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Heads)$32,424
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Dollars)$41,224,000
Occupations
Management, business, science, and arts1,269
Service552
Sales and office974
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance1,094
Production, transportation, and material moving611
Main Street
Employment Status
Population 16 years and over7,318
Civilian labor force - Employed4,500
Civilian labor force - Unemployed203
Armed Forces10
Not in labor force2,605
Females 16 years and over3,552
Mean travel time to work (minutes)28
Income and Benefits
Mean earnings (dollars)67,275
Mean Social Security income (dollars)15,158
Mean retirement income (dollars)16,877
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)7,833
Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)3,900
Median family income (dollars)65,676
Mean family income (dollars)75,748
Earnings in the Past 12 Months
Total52,179
Male61,255
Female35,570
Establishments with Respective Number of Employees
1 - 4196
5 - 942
10-1914
20-497
50-994
100-2492
250-4990
500-9990
1,000 or more1
Number of Establishments
Employer Establishments266
Non Employer Establishments781
Small Businesses1,243
CrimeStillwater County
Sexual and/or Violent Offenders - Percent of Population
Total Population9,117
Percent of Total Population0.00197%
Offender Population18
County of Sentence
Inmates16
Offenders in Alternate Facility5
Offenders in Prerelease4
of Offenders on P&P Supervision67
All Active DOC Offenders92
Number Per 1000 County Population10.1%
County Population on July 1 20129,121
EducationStillwater County
Schools Funding
Difference in School Funding 2013 - 2014
2013$6,682,073
2014$6,848,742
Dollars Difference$166,669
Percent Difference2%
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