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Population trends tulsa county tulsa and north tulsa 2000 to 2010

Population Trends:Tulsa County, Tulsa and North Tulsa2000 to 2010

Prepared by The Community Service Council

with Support from

The Metropolitan Human Services Commission (MHSC)

Draft: October 10, 2011

Data Source: US Census Bureau, Decennial Censuses


Population trends tulsa county and city of tulsa

Population Trends: Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Total population trends

Population trends by selected age groups

Population trends among whites

Population trends among blacks

Population trends among Hispanics

Population trends among other races

Areas of population gain and loss within the County

Concentrations of population increase


Tulsa county and city of tulsa

Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends

2000 to 2010


Tulsa county 2010 census tract base map with city of tulsa overlay

Tulsa County 2010 Census Tract Base Map with City of Tulsa Overlay

Tulsa County has a total of 175 census tracts

126 of those tracts fall within the City of Tulsa


Tulsa county and tulsa key trends total population

Tulsa County and TulsaKey Trends: Total Population

  • Tulsa County’s population grew from 563,299 to 603,403 between 2000 and 2010 – a 7% increase, adding 40,104 residents

  • Tulsa County’s growth represents 13% of the state’s total growth since 2000, and 16% of the state’s 2010 population

  • Geographically the population continues to shift out of Tulsa, especially central and north Tulsa

  • The only region of the City of Tulsa showing signs of growth is East Tulsa, with an 18% population increase (adding 10,569) since 2000

  • Tulsa’s population declined from 393,049 in 2000 to 391,906 in 2010 – a .3% loss, subtracting 1,143 residents

  • In 1960, 75% of Tulsa County’s residents lived in the City of Tulsa; today that proportion is an estimated 64%

  • The fastest growing parts of the county are the suburban areas – primarily Jenks, Bixby, Owasso, Collinsville, Skiatook, Glenpool and Broken Arrow; all of these places experienced at least 30% growth over the decade


Tulsa county and area cities

Tulsa County and Area Cities


Total population 2010

Total Population 2010

Tulsa County has a 2010 population of 603,403

391,906 persons reside in the City of Tulsa

The areas of highest population concentrations are found in suburban areas, especially Owasso, Collinsville, Jenks, Glenpool, Sand Springs, East Tulsa and a handful of small areas in South Tulsa and Broken Arrow

The areas low in population are found in small areas across the City, especially North Tulsa and a pocket in Southeast Sand Springs/Berryhill


Total population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Total Population: Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Tulsa County experienced a net population increase of 40,104 from 2000 to 2010, while the City of Tulsa lost 1,143 residents

Areas of greatest population gain are found primarily in the suburbs and East Tulsa

Areas of greatest population loss are found North, central, and West Tulsa, Sperry, Sand Springs and Berryhill


Total population percentage change 2000 to 2010

Total Population: Percentage Change, 2000 to 2010

Tulsa County grew 7% between 2000 and 2010, while the City of Tulsa declined 3%

In percentage change, the areas of greatest increase are found in the southern part of East Tulsa, outer Jenks, and outer Owasso


Tulsa county and city of tulsa1

Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends by age

2000 to 2010


Youth population 2010

Youth Population 2010

A total of 154,276 persons under age 18 live in Tulsa County

95,944 young people reside in the City of Tulsa

The youth population accounts for 26% of the County’s total population and 24% of that of the City


Youth population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Youth Population: Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

The number of persons under age 18 increased 6,327 (4%) in Tulsa County during the decade, while the City of Tulsa lost 1,396 (-1%) of its young residents


Very young population 5 2010

Very Young Population (<5) 2010

A total of 44,711 children under age 5 live in Tulsa County

29,479 very young children reside in the City of Tulsa

The very young population accounts for 7.4% of the County’s total population and 7.5% of that of the City


Adult population 2010

Adult Population 2010

449,127 persons age 18 and over reside in Tulsa County, and 295,962 in the City of Tulsa

Adults make up 74% of the county’s population and 76% of that of the City


Adult population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Adult Population: Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

33,777 adults were added to Tulsa County’s population and 253 to the City’s between 2000 and 2010, increases of 8% and .1%, respectively


Older population 65 2010

Older Population (65+)2010

72,856 persons age 65 and over reside in Tulsa County, and 48,839 in the City of Tulsa

The older population make up 12.1% of the county’s population and 12.5% of that of the City


Oldest population 85 2010

Oldest Population (85+) 2010

10,086 persons age 85 and over reside in Tulsa County, and 7,304 in the City of Tulsa

Our oldest persons make up 1.7% of the county’s population and 1.9% of that of the City


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Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends among whites

2000 to 2010


Tulsa county and tulsa key trends non hispanic nh white population

Tulsa County and TulsaKey Trends: Non-Hispanic (NH) White Population

  • Although their numbers grew 25% between 1960 and 2010, adding 79,231 to reach a total of 393,401, NH Whites’ share of the County’s population plummeted from 91% to 65% during that time

  • During the past decade, the NH White population declined 4% in the County (a loss of 14,748)

  • NH Whites’ population share in Tulsa fell from 90% in 1960 to 58% in 2010

  • During the past decade, the NH White population declined 14% (a loss of 36,761) in Tulsa


Non hispanic white population 2010

Non-Hispanic White Population2010

A total of 393,401 non-Hispanic Whites live in Tulsa County, and 227,021 live in the City of Tulsa


Non hispanic white population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic White Population: Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

The number of non-Hispanic Whites declined 14,748 in Tulsa County and 36,761 in the City of Tulsa between 2000 and 2010, losses of 4% and 14%, respectively


Non hispanic white youth population 18 2010

Non-Hispanic White Youth Population (<18) 2010

A total of 79,699 non-Hispanic White youth live in Tulsa County, and 39,096 live in the City of Tulsa


Non hispanic white youth population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic White Youth Population (<18): Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Tulsa County lost 13,434 NH White youths between 2000 and 2010 – a 14% drop

The City of Tulsa lost even more – 13,863, representing a 26% decline


Non hispanic white very young population 5 2010

Non-Hispanic White Very Young Population (<5) 2010

A total of 21,430 non-Hispanic White youth under age 5 live in Tulsa County, and 11,089 live in the City of Tulsa


Non hispanic white adult population 18 2010

Non-Hispanic White Adult Population (18+) 2010

A total of 313,702 non-Hispanic White adults live in Tulsa County, and 187,925 live in the City of Tulsa


Non hispanic white adult population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic White Adult Population (18+) Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Over the past decade, Tulsa County experienced a loss of 1,314 NH White adults – a .4% decline, but pales in comparison to the loss of 22,898 in the City of Tulsa – an 11% drop


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Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends among blacks

2000 to 2010


Tulsa county and tulsa key trends non hispanic nh black population

Tulsa County and TulsaKey Trends: Non-Hispanic (NH) Black Population

  • During the past decade, the NH Black population rose 4% (a gain of 2,648) in the County

  • The NH Black population more than doubled in Tulsa County between 1960 and 2010, adding 36,918 to arrive at a total of 63,737, but their share of the population increased only slightly from 8% to 11%

  • During the past decade, the NH Black population rose 2% (a gain of 933) in Tulsa


Non hispanic black population 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Population2010

A total of 63,737 non-Hispanic Blacks live in Tulsa County, and 61,230 live in the City of Tulsa


Non hispanic black population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Population Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Tulsa County’s NH Black population increased between 2000 and 2010, adding 2,648 residents – a 4% increase

The City of Tulsa’s NH Black population grew as well, adding 933 residents for a 2% increase


Non hispanic black youth population 18 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Youth Population (<18) 2010

20,054 NH Black youth live in Tulsa County, while 19,148 live in Tulsa


Non hispanic black youth population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Youth Population (<18) Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Over the past decade, the number of NH Black youth has declined in both the County and the City, with losses of 1,748 (8%) and 2,022 (10%), respectively


Non hispanic black very young population 5 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Very Young Population (<5) 2010

5,427 NH Black youth under age 5 live in Tulsa County, while 5,252 live in Tulsa


Non hispanic black adult population 18 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Adult Population (18+) 2010

A total of 43,683 NH Black adults live in Tulsa County and 42,082 live in the City


Non hispanic black adult population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Non-Hispanic Black Adult Population (18+) Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Tulsa County gained 4,396 NH Black adults (11% increase), while Tulsa gained 2,955 (8% increase) since 2000


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Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends among hispanics

2000 to 2010


Tulsa county and tulsa key points hispanic population

Tulsa County and TulsaKey Points: Hispanic Population

  • The racial and ethnic composition of the County, the City and North Tulsa have shifted significantly over the past 50 years

  • Without the Hispanic population, net growth in Tulsa County over the last decade would be nearly non-existent

  • Hispanics are responsible for an additional 32,966 residents in the county and 82% of the total population increase since 2000

  • The number of persons of Hispanic Origin nearly doubled between 2000 and 2010 to a total of 66,582, now comprising 11% of the County’s population

  • Since 1980, the Hispanic population in Tulsa County has increased eight-fold

  • 14% of Tulsa’s population are Hispanic, up from 7% in 2000

  • The number of Hispanics in Tulsa increased 97%, adding 27,155, since 2000 to a total of 55,266 in 2010


Hispanic population 2010

Hispanic Population 2010

66,582 persons of Hispanic Origin live in Tulsa County currently, and 55,266 live in the City of Tulsa

Hispanics are now second only to NH Whites in Tulsa County in terms of population counts


Hispanic population numeric change 2000 to 2010

Hispanic Population Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

The Hispanic population has experienced explosive growth in both the County and the City since 2000, with increases of 32,966 (+98%) in the County, and 27,155 (+97%) in the City


Hispanic youth population 18 2010

Hispanic Youth Population (<18) 2010

Hispanic youth now number 26,394 in Tulsa County and 21,652 in the City

Among youth, Hispanics are now the most populous minority group in both Tulsa County and Tulsa


Hispanic youth population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Hispanic Youth Population (<18) Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Like the total Hispanic population, the number of youth have flourished in both the County and the City, with increases of 14,194 (+116%) and 11,768 (+119%), respectively


Hispanic very young population 5 2010

Hispanic Very Young Population (<5) 2010

Hispanic youth under age 5 now number 9,231 in Tulsa County and 7,874 in the City

Among the very young, Hispanics are now the most populous minority group in both Tulsa County and Tulsa


Hispanic adult population 18 2010

Hispanic Adult Population (+18) 2010

A total of 40,188 Hispanic adults now live in Tulsa County, while 33,614 live in Tulsa


Hispanic adult population 18 numeric change 2000 to 2010

Hispanic Adult Population (+18) Numeric Change 2000 to 2010

Again, the Hispanic adult population has soared in the past decade in both the County and the City, adding 18,772 (+88%) and 15,387 (+84%), respectively


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Tulsa County and City of Tulsa

Population trends among other races

2000 to 2010


Tulsa county and tulsa key trends populations of other races

Tulsa County and TulsaKey Trends: Populations of Other Races

  • The NH American Indian and Alaska Native population in Tulsa County has grown 82%, adding 15,556 to their numbers from 19,059 in 1960 to 34,615 in 2010

  • The NH Asian and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander population has flourished in the County with a 364% increase, adding 11,196 people since 1980 to a total of 14,275 in 2010

  • The vast majority of the non-Hispanic population identifying with two or more races in Oklahoma include American Indian and Alaska Native as one of their races

  • In Tulsa County, there are almost as many persons identifying with NH two or more races as there are those identifying themselves as NH American Indian and Alaska Native – 30,165 in 2010, and 5% of the total population


Tulsa county

Tulsa County

Areas of Population Gain and Loss

2000 to 2010


Census tracts of population gain and loss 2000 to 2010

Census Tracts of Population Gain and Loss: 2000 to 2010

73 Tulsa County census tracts, including 43 in the City of Tulsa, experienced growth, adding a total of 66,044 to the population, and representing an increase of 27% among those tracts

102 census tracts, including 83 in the City of Tulsa, experienced loss, subtracting 25,940 from the total population, and representing a decline of 8% among those tracts


Tulsa county1

Tulsa County

Concentrations of population increase

2000 to 2010


Census tract 58 07

Census Tract 58.07…

alone accounts for 13% of increase in population in Tulsa County’s growth census tracts between 2000 and 2010

CT 58.07 added 8,576 people, a 245% increase, to a total of 12,083 in 2010

2% of Tulsa County’s population live in this census tract


Plus census tract 67 07

…Plus Census Tract 67.07…

combined account for 21% of the increase in Tulsa County’s growth tracts between 2000 and 2010

CT 67.07 gained 5,338, a 183% increase, to a total of 8,260 in 2010

These 2 tracts together account for 3.4% of the county’s total population


Plus census tract 90 09

…Plus Census Tract 90.09…

together are responsible for 29% of gain in Tulsa County’s growth tracts from 2000 to 2010

CT 90.09 grew by 326%, adding 4,924 people, to reach 6,433 in 2010

4.4% of the county’s total population live in one of these 3 census tracts


Plus census tract 54 02

…Plus Census Tract 54.02…

combined are responsible for 34% of the population gain in Tulsa County’s growth tracts between 2000 and 2010

CT 54.02 added 3,567 people, a 95% increase, for a total of 7,336 in 2010

Of Tulsa County’s total population, 5.7% reside in these 4 tracts


Plus census tracts 90 03 76 35 67 08 77 02

…Plus Census Tracts 90.03, 76.35, 67.08, 77.02…

together account for over half of the population increase in Tulsa County’s 73 growth tracts between 2000 and 2010

CT 90.03 grew by 129%, adding 3,492, for a total of 6,207 in 2010

CT 76.35 gained 3,221, a 138% increase, for a total population of 5,554

CT 67.08 added 2,676, a 92% gain, to reach 5,598

CT 77.02 increased 42%, adding 2,302, to reach 7,852 in 2010

Combined, these 8 census tracts are home to 59,323 people -- 9.8% of the total Tulsa County population


North tulsa

North Tulsa

Population trends

2000 to 2010


North tulsa key trends total population

North TulsaKey Trends: Total Population

  • Since 1960, when North Tulsa was home to a third of the county’s inhabitants, the region has lost 42% of its population, and now is home to only 11% of the county’s residents

  • Between 2000 and 2010, North Tulsa declined in population from 71,988 to 66,824, a 7% loss (-5,164)

  • Population 0-17 fell 11% and population 18+ dropped 6% in the past decade


North tulsa total population 2010

North Tulsa: Total Population 2010

North Tulsa has a total population of 66,824

North Tulsa’s current population represents 11.1% of the County’s total population and 17.1% of the City’s total population

In contrast, in 1960, 33.4% of residents of the County and 44.1% of those of the City lived in North Tulsa


North tulsa numeric change in total population 2000 to 2010

North Tulsa: Numeric change in Total Population 2000 to 2010

North Tulsa lost 5,164 residents between 2000 and 2010

This net loss included 6,782 NH Whites, 4,926 NH Blacks, and 535 NH American Indians

These losses were offset by a 6,562 increase in Hispanic population, especially in tracts 4, 13, 14, 15 and 16


North tulsa percentage change in total population 2000 to 2010

North Tulsa: Percentage change in Total Population 2000 to 2010

North Tulsa’s population declined by 7.2% between 2000 and 2010

Percentage losses particularly high in tracts 57 (-17%), 79 (-20%), 80.01 (-16%), 91.01 (-19%), 91.04 (-16%), and 111 (-24%)


North tulsa key trends non hispanic white and black populations

North TulsaKey Trends: Non-Hispanic White and Black Populations

  • North Tulsa’s NH White population fell 78% between 1960 and 2010 from 89,358 to 19,745, a loss of 69,613

  • Over three-quarters of the region’s population in 1960 was White, while today their share has fallen to less than a third

  • The number of NH Blacks increased by only 10% since 1960, but declined 15% during the past decade, reaching a total of 27,106 currently

  • In 1960, North Tulsa was home to 92% of all Blacks in the County; that distribution had fallen to 52% by 2000 and down to 43% today

  • Although NH Blacks have become more dispersed across the County, their share of North Tulsa’s population has increased from 21% to 41% since 1960


North tulsa key trends hispanic and other races populations

North TulsaKey Trends: Hispanic and Other Races Populations

  • The Hispanic population in North Tulsa more than doubled from 5,758 in 2000 to 12,320 in 2010 (+6,562), and increased seven-fold since 1980 (+10,747)

  • 19% of the County’s Hispanics live in North Tulsa, and 18% of the total population in North Tulsa are Hispanic

  • North Tulsa’s NH American Indian and Alaska Native population declined 8% since 1980

  • In 2010, 10% of the County’s NH American Indian and Alaska Native population live in North Tulsa, down from 21% in 1980


North tulsa regions

North Tulsa Regions

Population trends

2000 to 2010


Regions of north tulsa

Regions of North Tulsa


Old north

Old North…

While all areas of North Tulsa have been losing population, “Old North” experienced the most dramatic decline since 1960, with a loss of over 22,000 residents – from 33,905 in 1960 to 11,599 in 2010 – a 66% loss

The area went from being the most populated area of North Tulsa to being the least populated

Now home to only 2% of the county’s population, down from 10% in 1960

Declined in population 5% in past decade

The only area of North Tulsa where the NH Black population declined in the past 50 years; 78% of the entire County’s Black population resided in this 4 square mile area in 1960, compared to 12% today


Far north

Far North…

The most populated area of North Tulsa with 20,956 residents in 2010

Declined in population 27% between 1960 and 2010, from 28,703 to 20,956 (loss of 7,747)

Plummeted from 86% to 19% NH White during that time

Jumped from 12% to 66% NH Black since 1960

22% of the County’s total NH Black population lives in this area, down from 29% in 2000


Far east northeast

Far East /Northeast…

  • Declined in population 44% since 1960 from 26,376 to 14,709 (loss of 11,667)

  • The vast majority of North Tulsa’s Hispanics live in either the “Near East” or the “Far East/Northeast” areas of North Tulsa

  • 33% of North Tulsa’s Hispanic population lives in the “Far East/Northeast”

  • 27% of the area’s population is Hispanic

  • Dropped from practically 100% White in 1960 to 46% NH White today


Near east

Near East…

Population has declined 26% from 26,535 in 1960 to 19,560 today – a loss of 6,975

30% of this area’s population is Hispanic

The “Near East” area of North Tulsa has transformed from a region almost exclusively White in 1960 to one of flourishing cultural diversity today at 38% NH White, 30% Hispanic, 18% NH Black and 8% NH American Indian


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