At-a-glance facts about residents, households, and workforce. Data are derived from the U.S. Census Bureau. When a data point is missing or considered unreliable, it will be labeled suppressed. Refer to “Notes about the data” below for more detail.

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Demographics (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Total population 1,236 Population Estimates, 2016 [1]
White non-Hispanic138 10.9%
Of Color1,131 89.1%
American Indian809 63.8%
Hispanic (any race)130 10.2%
Some other racesuppressed
Two or more races169 13.3%
Population by age
Under 5287 22.6%
5 to 17297 23.4%
18 to 64613 48.3%
65+72 5.7%
Median age22.7
Population by gender
Female708 55.8%
Male561 44.2%
Aging (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Total civilian, non-institutionalized population (65+)72
Individuals with one or more disabilities (65+)53 73.6%
Economy (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Median household income$30,139
Population for whom poverty status is determined1,238 [2]
In poverty621 50.2%
Under 5182 67.9%
5 to 17174 61.1%
18 to 64256 41.8%
Health (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Total civilian, non-institutionalized population1,269
Individuals without health insurance308 24.3%
Individuals with one or more disabilities145 11.4%
Housing (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Households paying 30% or more of income for monthly housing costs97 30.0%
Cost burdened ownerssuppressed
Cost burdened renters77 52.4%
Homeownership rate184 48.9%
White non-Hispanic68 89.5%
Of Color116 38.7%
Immigration (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Foreign bornsuppressed
Speaks language other than English60 6.1%
Speaks English less than very wellsuppressed
Transportation (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Commute time 30 minutes or longer61 17.7%
Workforce (American Community Survey, 2012-2016)
Proportion of adults working, 16-64 55.2%
Total adult population (25+)582
Less than high school86 14.8%
High school or equivalent136 23.4%
Some college or associate's degree241 41.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher119 20.4%

Notes about the data

[1] The population estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Population Estimates program provides the most current snapshot of population for cities of this size. This estimate should be used for population counts. The American Community Survey (ACS) population counts are used to determine the share of the population for characteristics sourced from the ACS.

[2]Poverty status is determined for all people except institutionalized people, people in military group quarters, people in college dormitories, and unrelated individuals under 15 years old. These groups are excluded from the numerator and denominator when calculating poverty rates.

suppressed indicates that data were suppressed. Data have been suppressed when there were fewer than 10 people or units in a category, the percentage estimate is less than 1%, or the error margins were greater than 70% of the estimate of a numeric value (such as median income). Large error margins occur when too few people or households were in the survey sample, making the data unreliable.