Demographics

Weatherford, Oklahoma is a growing micropolitan area located 70 miles west of Oklahoma City. Weatherford is home to Southwestern Oklahoma State University, the employer of over 790 people, and other companies like Walmart, Devon Energy, and B.O.P. Ram.

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  Weatherford Area

Quick Facts

City of Weatherford Population                10,880

Total MSA Population                                41,152
Average Household Income                         $59,800
College Percent 4 Year Plus                        24.00%
Some College Percent                                  28.00%
Median Housing Value                                  $86,779
Number of Employees (Full Time)                17,146
Number of Establishments                          1,303

Weatherford Driving Area                                         Radius around Weatherford in miles                       .
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    Weatherford Drive Areas

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    Population

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    Weatherford has been increasing in population consistently since 1990. Looking on to 2019, the projected growth rate is at 6.42%.

    pop by age

    Weatherford’s median age stands at 33 years with 50.64% of the population being female and 49.35% of the population being male.

    population by race

    The most predominant race is White at 76.81%. The least represented race is Asian at .77%.

    Income

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    The predominant household income category is $20k to $50k, and the income group that is least represented in this geography is $150K.

    The average household income has raised from $38,973 in 2000 to $59,800.
    The median houshold income in 2000 was at $28,890 and now stands at $45,785.

     Property Value

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    The value of homes has risen from $105,2001 in 2012 to $110,312 currently.

     

    Projected Population Growth Areas Within 5 Years

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    See a full report here:

    Weatherford Community Analysis 2nd Qtr 2014 Data

    Information provided by: Ray Murphy at Northeastern State University and the Oklahoma Department of Commerce

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