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Osceola

Census Quick Facts

Population, 2013 estimate6211
Population, 2010 (April 1) estimates base6462
Population, percent change, April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013-3.9%
Population, 20106462
Persons under 5 years, percent, 20135.6%
Persons under 18 years, percent, 2013 22.7%
Persons 65 years and over, percent, 2013 20.5%
Female persons, percent, 201349.4%
White alone, percent, 201397.8%
Black or African American alone, percent, 20130.4%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent, 2013 0.5%
Asian alone, percent, 20130.4%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent, 20130.1%
Two or More Races, percent, 20130.8%
Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2013 6.5%
White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent, 201391.9%
Living in same house 1 year & over, percent, 2009-201387.0%
Foreign born persons, percent, 2009-2013 4.5%
Language other than English spoken at home, pct age 5+, 2009-2013 6.4%
High school graduate or higher, percent of persons age 25+, 2009-201386.3%
Bachelor's degree or higher, percent of persons age 25+, 2009-201315.6%
Number of Veterans, 2009-2013493
Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+, 2009-2013 18.9
Number of Housing units, 20132966
Homeownership rate, 2009-201374.9%
Percent of Housing units in multi-unit structures 2009-20135.0%
Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2009-2013$75,600
Number of Households, 2009-20132676
Persons per household, 2009-2013 2.33
Per capita money income in past 12 months (2013 dollars), 2009-2013 $24,653
Median household income, 2009-2013$48,659
Percent of Persons below poverty level 2009-2013 8.6%

U.S. Census Information

Total Change in Population 4/1/10-7/1/13-251
Net Natural Change in Population (Births-Deaths) 4/1/10-7/1/13-17
Births 4/1/10-7/1/13206
Deaths 4/1/10-7/1/13223
Net Total Migration 4/1/10-7/1/13-245
International Migration 4/1/10-7/1/139
Domestic Migration 4/1/10-7/1/13-254
"Residual" population change that cannot be explained by demographic factors11

Population Changes Historical Data over Time (Source: U.S. Census Bureau and http://www.icip.iastate.edu/tables/)

Percent of population ages 65 and over in 1930 4.6
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 19405.3
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 19506.8
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 19609.8
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 197014
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 198016.2
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 199018.3
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 200017.9
Percent of population ages 65 and over in 201019.7
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1900 0
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1910 0
Percent of population living in Urban area in 19200
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1930 0
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1940 0
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1950 (definition of "urban" changed in 1950 census)25.1
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1960 ((definition of "urban" changed in 1950 census)28.3
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1970 (definition of "urban" changed in 1950 census)32.1
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1980 (definition of "urban" changed in 1950 census)36.4
Percent of population living in Urban area in 1990 (definition of "urban" changed in 1950 census)38.7
Percent of population living in Urban area in 2000 (definition of "urban" changed in 2000 census)39
Percent of population living in Urban area in 2010 (definition of "urban" changed in 2000 census)41.6
Median age (2000)39.7
Number of residents under 5 years old (2000)411
Number of residents 5-9 years old (2000)488
Number of residents 10-14 years old (2000582
Number of resident 15-19 years old (2000)514
Number of residents 20-24 years old (2000)334
Number of residents 25-34 years old (2000)687
Number of residents 35-44 years old (2000)1151
Number of residents 45-54 years old (2000)845
Number of residents 55-59 years old (2000)356
Number of residents 60-64 years old (2000)309
Number of residents 65-74 years old (2000)630
Number of residents 75-84 years old (2000)484
Number of residents 85 and older (2000)212
Number of residents 18 and over (2000)5177
Number of residents 21 years and older (2000)4926
Number of residents 62 and over (2000)1522
Number of residents 65 and over (2000)1326

Census Geography Quick Facts

Land area in square miles, 2010398.68
Persons per square mile, 201016.2
Metropolitan or Micropolitan Statistical AreaNone

Census Business Quick Facts

Private nonfarm establishments, 2012 -- Source: Census Business Quick Facts178
Private nonfarm employment, 20121478
Percent change in Private nonfarm employment 2011-2012-0.2%
Nonemployer establishments, 2012470
Total number of firms, 2007566
Percent of Black-owned firms, 2007 (F = "fewer than 25")F
Percent of American Indian- and Alaska Native-owned firms 2007 (F = "fewer than 25")F
Percent of Asian-owned firms, percent, 2007 (F = "fewer than 25") F
Percent of Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander-owned firms 2007 (F = "fewer than 25")F
Percent of Hispanic-owned firms 2007 (F = "fewer than 25") F
Percent of Women-owned firms 2007 (S = "suppressed does not meet publication standards")S
Manufacturers shipments, 2007 ($1000) (D = "suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information") 0
Merchant wholesaler sales, 2007 ($1000)D
Retail sales, 2007 ($1000)40538
Retail sales per capita, 2007 (D = "suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information") $6,291
Accommodation and food services sales, 2007 ($1000) (D = "suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information")D
Building permits, 20125

Agricultural Economic Data (USDA Census of Agriculture Table 1: County Summary Highlights)

Number of farms 2012555
Total acres of farmland 2012238220
Average size of a farm 2012 (measured in acres)429
Total Cropland 2012 (measured in acres)223260
Harvested Cropland 2012 (measured in acres)215342
Total number of hogs and pig inventory 2012334938
Total acres of Corn harvested for grain 2012113039

Health and Lifestyle Data (Source: 2013 Vital Statistics of Iowa, Iowa Department of Public Health Bureau of Vital Statistics unless otherwise noted)

Suicide Deaths 2013 (rate per 100,000 population; A = fewer than 5 deaths, information suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information)A
Total marriages 201330
Marriage rate 2013 (rate per 1,000 population)4.8
Same-gender marriage rate 2013 (rate per 1,000 population)n/a
Total opposite gender marriages 201330
Total same gender marriages 2013 3 or less
Total number of marriages where gender is not stated 20133 or less
Dissolution rate 2013 (rate per 1000 population)1.6
Unintentional Injury Death rate 2013 (rate per 1,000 population)n/a
Out-of-wedlock live birth rate 2013 (rate per 1,000 live births)303.8
Per Person Alcohol Liquor Sales (Source http://www.kcrg.com/subject/news/data-show-per-person-liquor-sales-for-iowa-counties-20150108)1.11
Live birth rate 2013 (rate per 1,000 population)12.7
Live birth rate for mothers under age 20 2013 (rate per 1,000 live births)75.9
Gun permits approved in 2011 (Source: http://archive.desmoinesregister.com/interactive/article/20130310/NEWS/130309029/Map-Gun-permits-issued-by-Iowa-county)191
Gun permits approved in 2012 (Source: http://archive.desmoinesregister.com/interactive/article/20130310/NEWS/130309029/Map-Gun-permits-issued-by-Iowa-county)103
Total gun permits 2011-2012 (Source: http://archive.desmoinesregister.com/interactive/article/20130310/NEWS/130309029/Map-Gun-permits-issued-by-Iowa-county)294
Total gun permits denied 2011-2012 (Source: http://archive.desmoinesregister.com/interactive/article/20130310/NEWS/130309029/Map-Gun-permits-issued-by-Iowa-county)2
Percent of Population with gun permit (Source: http://archive.desmoinesregister.com/interactive/article/20130310/NEWS/130309029/Map-Gun-permits-issued-by-Iowa-county)5

Religious Affiliation

Religious Membership, Total number of Adherents in all Denominations/Groups (2010) (Source: www.theARDA.com)4635
Rate of Religious Membership, Rates of Adherence per 1,000 population (2010) (Source: www.theARDA.com)717.27
Rate of Evangelical Protestant Adherence per 1,000 population (2010) (Source: www.theARDA.com)145.16

Voter Registration and Turnout Information (Source: Iowa Secretary of State)

Registered Voters Age 18-24 (3/24/15)438
Registered Voters Age 25-34 (3/24/15)620
Registered Voters Age 35-49 (3/24/15)873
Registered Voters Age 50-64 (3/24/15)1280
Registered Voters Age 65 and over (3/24/15)1107
Active Democratic Registered Voters (1/2/15)499
Active Republican Registered Voters (1/2/15)2535
Active No Party Registered Voters (1/2/15)1096
Active Other Registered Voters (1/2/15)4
Total Active Registered Voters (1/2/15)4134
Inactive Democratic Registered Voters (1/2/15)57
Inactive Republican Registered Voters (1/2/15)135
Inactive No Party Registered Voters (1/2/15)230
Inactive Other Registered Voters (1/2/15)0
Total Inactive Registered Voters (1/2/15)422
Grand Total Registered Voters (1/2/15)4556
Voters on Election Day 20141677
Voters who Voted Absentee 2014566
Total Voters 20142243
Active Voters as of 11/6/144121
Percent Active Voter Turnout 201454.43
Inactive Voters as of 11/6/14438
Percent Total Voter Turnout 201449.2

County Government Salary Information (Source: Iowa State Association of Counties)

2015 County Supervisor Salary21164
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 County Supervisor Salary98
Percent Change in County Supervisor Salary from 20143.20%
2015 County Attorney Salary78709
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 County Attorney Salary54
Percent Change in County Attorney Salary from 20143.20%
2015 CountyAuditor Salary46784
RankAmong all Counties for 2015 County Auditor Salary88
Percent Change in County Auditor Salary from 20143.20%
2015 County Recorder Salary46784
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 County Recorder Salary82
Percent Change in County Recorder Salary from 20143.20%
2015 County Sheriff Salary64006
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 County Sheriff Salary72
Percent Change in County Sheriff Salary from 20143.20%
2015 County Treasurer Salary46784
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 County Treasurer Salary84
Percent Change in County Treasurer Salary from 20143.20%
Number of Board Members5
Stipend to Board Chair
Total Elected Officials Salary 2015388887
Rank Among all Counties for 2015 Total Elected Officials Salary66
Percent Change in Total Elected Officials Salary from 20143.20%

Tax Information (Source: http://www.dom.state.ia.us/local/county/county_prop_tax.htm)

General Basic Property Tax Rate3.5
Total Tax Revenues3987087
Total Property Tax Revenue3896838
FactThe highest point in Iowa is located in Osceola county and is 1,672 feet.