Who is Tulsa? - Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

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August 2, 2012
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Supported by the Metropolitan Human Services Commission

Since 1941, bringing
people together to
research, plan, mobilize
action and assess progress
towards addressing some
our most critical service,
health, education, and
civic challenges.
Formed in 1981, MHSC:
 Coordinates funding, planning and policy decisions affecting health,
education, and human services
 Guides collective use of its partners’ resources in jointly addressing
major community needs
 Promotes public policy action needed for effective prevention
oriented service delivery
 Maintains communications with state officials on MHSC priorities
and engages their support
Partners
City of Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma Department of
Human Services, Tulsa Public Schools, Union Public
Schools, Tulsa Area United Way, Tulsa Community
College, Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa Technology
Center, and Tulsa Metro Chamber (ad hoc member)
 Population
change/distribution – national,
state, county, city
 Age--aging population
 Race and ethnicity--more culturally diverse
 Living arrangements--transitional for family
living arrangement
 Income instability – declining middle class,
more poverty
Total Population, 2011 Estimates
States
Washington
North Dakota
Montana
Minnesota
Maine
Oregon
Wisconsin
South Dakota
Idaho
9,876,187
3.2%
Wyoming
Iowa
Nebraska
Utah
Nevada
Colorado
Illinois
12,869,257
4.1%
Kansas
Missouri
California
37,691,912
12.1%
Pennsylvania6.2%Connecticut
11,544,951
3.7%
12,742,886
4.1%
New Jersey
Rhode Island
Maryland Delaware
West Virginia
Kentucky
Virginia
North Carolina
Arkansas
New Mexico
Arizona
Ohio
Indiana
New York New Hampshire
19,465,197 Massachusetts
Tennessee
Oklahoma
Vermont
Michigan
South Carolina
Texas
25,674,681
8.2%
Mississippi Alabama
Georgia
9,815,210
3.2%
Louisiana
Florida
19,057,542
6.1%
(Not to scale)
Hawaii
Total US population = 311,591,917
Alaska
(Not to scale)
Total of top 9 states = 158,737,823
50.9% of US total
Top 1/3 of US population
Top 1/2 of US population
(with states in green)
Prepared by the Community Service Council with support from the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (June 4, 2012).
Source: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Division, 2011 Population Estimates.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Total Population, 2011 Estimates
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs)
North Dakota
Montana
Washington
683,932
.2%
998,199
.3%
Idaho
Oregon
South Dakota
568,158
.2%
Vermont
Michigan
New York
Iowa
Nebraska
Illinois
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Indiana
Utah
Colorado
Kansas
Missouri
Kentucky
Tennessee
Oklahoma
Texas
Mississippi Alabama
Rhode Island
1,051,302
.3%
Delaware
907,135
.3%
North Carolina
Arkansas
New Mexico
Arizona
West Virginia
Virginia
Massachusetts
Connecticut
New Jersey
Maryland
California
Maine
626,431
.2% New Hampshire
Wisconsin
824,082
.3%
Wyoming
Nevada
Minnesota
South Carolina
Georgia
D/FW/A MSA
6,526,548
2.1%
Louisiana
Florida
(Not to scale)
Alaska
722,718
.2%
(Not to scale)
Hawaii
Total US population = 311,591,917
Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington MSA = 6,526,548
Combined 8 least populated states = 6,381,957
Least populated states
Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington MSA
Prepared by the Community Service Council with support from the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (June 4, 2012).
Source: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Division, 2011 Population Estimates.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Total Population, 2011 Estimates
Oklahoma Counties
Cimarron
Texas
Beaver
Harper
Woods
Alfalfa
Woodward
Major
Ellis
Blaine
Beckham
Top 1/3 of Oklahoma population
Top 1/2 of Oklahoma population
(with states in green)
Greer
Osage
Garfield
Custer
Canadian
Kiowa
Okmulgee Muskogee
Sequoyah
125,815
3.3%
Pittsburg
Latimer
Atoka
Pushmataha
Carter
Jefferson
Love
Le Flore
Coal
Murray
Johnston
Cotton
Haskell
Pontotoc
Garvin
Stephens
McIntosh
Seminole
Hughes
McClain
Comanche
Tillman
Lincoln
261,281
6.9%
Delaware
610,599
16.1% Wagoner Cherokee Adair
Okfuskee
ClevelandPottawatomie
Grady
Ottawa
Tulsa
119,492 732,371
3.2%
19.3%
Caddo
Jackson
Rogers
87,706 Mayes
2.3%
Creek
Oklahoma
Nowata Craig
Washington
Pawnee
Kingfisher Logan
Washita
Harmon
Noble
Payne
Dewey
Roger Mills
Kay
Grant
Marshall
Bryan
Total Oklahoma population = 3,791,508
Total of top 6 counties = 1,937,264
51.1% of state total
44 of 77 counties (57%) have fewer people than live in Owasso (28,915)
18 counties (23%) have fewer residents than Glenpool (10,808)
Prepared by the Community Service Council with support from the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (June 4, 2012).
Source: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Division, 2011 Population Estimates.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Choctaw
McCurtain

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
City of Tulsa
Change in Total Population
55
54.02
54.01
126th
Population Loss
Population Gain
58.07
56
96th
58.08
58.01
91.01
79
57
80.02
80.01
8 7
93
30
88
94.01
6 5
66
23.01
34
31 32
33
46
45 43.01
25
65.06
49
47
94.02
Apache
4
3
14
15
16
60
Pine
82
Admiral
20
72
83
89 73.09
21 19 18 17
73.11
35
37
38 71.01 71.02 73.0473.10
36
42
39
53
44 43.02 41.01 40
70
85.02
90.04 90.06
90.07
90.08
90.09
48
50.0150.02 51
67.01
68.01 68.03 87 69.01 69.02 69.03 69.07
68.04
76.08 76.09 76.11 76.13 76.15 76.16 76.17 74.10
52
73.08
84 85.01 73.05 73.06 73.12
86 69.05 69.06
31st
49th W
81st W
65th W
65.07
97th W
113th W
90.03
74.09
74.14
74.07
61st
67.05 76.4276.41 76.12 76.14 76.20 76.19 76.18 74.11 74.12 74.13 74.15 74.02 74.08
76.25 76.31 76.32 76.39
67.03
76.34
67.07
75.18 75.19 75.10 75.03
75.24
76.33 76.29 76.30
75.08
75.07
75.06
75.12
75.11
91st
76.37 76.36 76.35 75.20
76.38
75.13
75.22
75.15
75.23
67.08
77.01
121st
76.24
75.16
151st
78.01
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council, with support from the MHSC (5/22/2012.)
193rd E
161st E
129th E
145th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
Sheridan
Yale
Lewis
Harvard
Peoria
Union
Elwood
78.02
177th E
77.02
33rd W
95
92
27
36th
59
111
1
13
9 10 12
29
66th
2
62
58.3% of Tulsa County's 175
census tracts lost
population (102) between
2000 and 2010, while
65.9% of the City of Tulsa's
126 tracts declined in
population (83)
58.05 58.06
91.04
181st
Change in Total Population
Loss of 250 or more
Loss of 100 to 249
Within 100 loss or gain
96th
Gain of 100 to 999
Gain of 1,000 or more
66th
City of Tulsa
193rd E
Admiral
33rd W
49th W
31st
61st
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council, with support from the MHSC (3/15/2011.)
145th E
129th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
91st
Sheridan
Yale
Tulsa County total population:
2010: 603,403
2000: 563,299
Change: +40,104 (+7.1%)
City of Tulsa total population:
2010: 391,906
2000: 393,049
Change: -1,143 (-0.3%)
Lewis
Harvard
Areas of greatest population
loss are found North,
central, and West Tulsa,
Sperry, Sand Springs and
Berryhill
Pine
Peoria
Areas of greatest population
gain are found primarily in
the suburbs and East Tulsa
36th
Apache
65th W
Tulsa County experienced a
net population increase of
40,104 from 2000 to 2010,
while the City of Tulsa lost
1,143 residents
121st
151st
181st
Change in NH White Population
Loss of 500 or more
Loss of 100 to 499
Within 100 loss or gain
96th
Gain of 100 to 999
Gain of 1,000 or more
66th
City of Tulsa
36th
Apache
Pine
33rd W
49th W
31st
65th W
61st
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council, with support from the MHSC (3/15/2011.)
145th E
129th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
Sheridan
Yale
91st
Lewis
Harvard
Tulsa County NH White population:
2010: 393,401
2000: 408,149
Change: -14,748 (-3.6%)
City of Tulsa NH White population:
2010: 227,021
2000: 263,782
Change: -36,761 (-13.9%)
Peoria
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
193rd E
Admiral
121st
151st
181st
Change in NH Black Population
Loss of 100 or more
Loss of 25 to 99
Within 25 loss or gain
96th
Gain of 25 to 99
Gain of 100 or more
66th
City of Tulsa
36th
Apache
Pine
33rd W
49th W
61st
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council, with support from the MHSC (3/15/2011.)
145th E
129th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
Sheridan
Yale
91st
Lewis
Harvard
Tulsa County NH Black population:
2010: 63,737
2000: 61,089
Change: +2,648 (+4.3%)
City of Tulsa NH Black population:
2010: 61,230
2000: 60,297
Change: +933 (+1.5%)
Peoria
The City of Tulsa’s NH Black
population grew as well,
adding 933 residents for a
2% increase
31st
65th W
Tulsa County’s NH Black
population increased
between 2000 and 2010,
adding 2,648 residents – a
4% increase
193rd E
Admiral
121st
151st
181st
Change in Hispanic Population
Loss of 25 or more
Within 25 loss or gain
Gain of 25 to 99
96th
Gain of 100 to 499
Gain of 500 or more
66th
City of Tulsa
36th
Pine
193rd E
Admiral
33rd W
49th W
31st
65th W
61st
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council, with support from the MHSC (3/23/2011.)
145th E
129th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
Sheridan
Yale
91st
Lewis
Harvard
Tulsa County Hispanic population:
2010: 66,582
2000: 33,616
Change: +32,966 (+98.1%)
City of Tulsa Hispanic population:
2010: 55,266
2000: 28,111
Change: +27,155 (+96.6%)
Peoria
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
Apache
121st
151st
181st
Change in Population, by Race and Hispanic Origin
Tulsa County and City of Tulsa, 2000 and 2010
2010
2000
408,149 72.6%
393,401 65.3%
Tulsa
County
66,582 11.1%
33,616 6.0%
22,062 3.9%
30,165 5.0%
9,037 1.6%
28,557 5.1%
N=563,299
N=603,403
61,089 10.9%
263,782 67.2%
13,892 2.3%
34,615 5.7%
63,737 10.6%
227,021 58.0%
55,266 14.1%
28,111 7.2%
City of
Tulsa
15,135 3.9%
7,096 1.8%
19,239 4.9%
8,926 2.3%
19,473 5.0%
18,005 4.6%
N=393,049
NH White
60,297 15.4%
NH Black
NH American Indian
N=391,906
NH Asian
Source: US Census Bureau, 2000 and 2010 Censuses.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
61,230 15.7%
NH 2+ races
Hispanic
Births, by Race and Hispanic Origin
Tulsa County, 2000 and 2008
2000
2008
6,108 65.8%
5,566 58.5%
1,665 17.5%
961 10.4%
205 2.2%
587 6.3%
N=9,335
1,416 15.3%
NH White
NH Black
260 2.7%
776 8.2%
N=9,530
1,247 13.1%
NH American Indian
NH Asian
Source: Oklahoma State Department of Health, OK2SHARE (data retrieved May 23, 2012)
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Hispanic
Population Trends for Total Population and Under Age 5
Tulsa MSA, Tulsa County, and City of Tulsa, 1980 through 2030
1,200,000
1,000,000
800,000
600,000
400,000
200,000
0
Tulsa MSA Total Pop.
Tulsa Co. Total Pop.
Tulsa Total Pop.
Tulsa Co. <5
1980
1990
2000
2010
2020
(proj.)
2030
(proj.)
711,652
470,593
360,919
36,714
761,019
503,341
367,302
38,835
859,532
563,299
393,049
41,434
937,478
603,403
391,906
44,711
987,400
631,433
440,710
41,651
1,040,200
658,541
459,670
41,573
Notes: Population projections shown are based on 2000 census. Age projections for cities are not yet available.
Source: US Census Bureau, 1980, 1990, 2000 & 2010 Censuses; Population Estimates Program.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
Population Trends and Projections by Age Group
Projections
Tulsa County, 1970 - 2030
2030 6.3
16.6
2020
6.6
17.1
2010
7.4
18.2
9.7
52.6
10.4
1.9
2000
7.4
18.9
10
51.9
10.4
1.4
1990
7.7
18.4
10.1
52.2
10.4
1.2
1980
7.7
19.8
9
.9
1970
8.5
8.1
.6
0%
9.2
47.8
9.7
50.5
13.5
25.9
20%
17.5
2.1
14.1
49.1
10.7
40%
2.5
46.2
60%
80%
100%
Percent of population
0-4
5-17
18-24
25-64
65-84
85+
Source: US Census Bureau, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 & 2010 Censuses; US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Division, Population Projections, 2000 - 2030.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
55
54.02
54.01
126th
58.07
56
96th
58.08
58.01
91.01
(Population 65+ labeled)
79
57
80.02
80.01
62
8 7
9 10
12
13
4
3
14
15
16
29
27
30
92
19 18
17
37
38
31
32
46
94.01
95
39
1,039
53
45 43.01
356
66
65.06
47
748
50.01 50.02
48
65.07
72
73.09
51
71.01 71.02 73.04 73.10
73.08
985
85.01 73.05 73.06 73.12
84
40
70
85.02
90.04 90.06
52
86
69.05 69.06
90.08
862
31st
90.07
90.09
69.01 69.02 69.03 69.07
90.03
723
49th W
81st W
65th W
97th W
Admiral
64289
83
427
42
68.01 68.03 87
67.01
Pine
82
73.11
44 43.02 41.01
49
94.02
21
34 35
33
36
23.01
25
88
Apache
348
60
20
93
36th
59
111
2
6 5
89274.09
76.08 76.09 76.11 76.13 76.15 76.16 76.17 74.10
67.05
76.25 76.31 76.32 76.39
76.33 76.29 76.30
674
76.37
761
76.38
Percent of population age 65+
941
918
75.18 75.19 75.10 75.03
75.08
75.07
75.06
75.12
75.11
91st
76.36 76.35 75.20
75.13
75.22
75.15
121st
76.24
75.16
Less than 20% age 65+
151st
78.01
City of Tulsa
193rd E
161st E
129th E
181st
145th E
Mingo
Garnett
Memorial
Sheridan
Yale
Lewis
Harvard
Peoria
Union
Elwood
78.02
177th E
77.02
33rd W
Tulsa is home to 48,839
persons age 65+, 22% of
whom (10,825) live in these
15 tracts ( 12%)
74.07
75.23
67.08
77.01
75.24
775
76.34
67.07
20% or more age 65+
61st
74.14
76.42 76.41 76.12 76.14 76.20 76.19 76.18 74.11 74.12 74.13 74.15 74.02 74.08
495
67.03
All but one of these high
concentration census tracts
lie within the City of Tulsa
66th
1
113th W
Tulsa County is home to
72,856 persons age
65+, 16% of whom (11,586)
live in these 16
tracts (9%) in which at least
20% of the
population is age 65+
58.05 58.06
91.04
Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Prepared by the Community Service Council with support from the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (2/23/12)
Living Arrangements of Related Children Under 18
Tulsa County and City of Tulsa, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 & 2010
100%
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
Married
Couple
Maleheaded
Femaleheaded
Other
relatives
Married
Couple
Maleheaded
Femaleheaded
Other
relatives
82%
74%
71%
65%
61%
1%
2%
3%
5%
7%
11%
16%
18%
21%
23%
4%
6%
5%
7%
9%
82%
72%
67%
61%
53%
1%
2%
4%
5%
8%
13%
19%
23%
26%
29%
5%
6%
6%
8%
10%
Tulsa County
City of Tulsa
Source: US Census Bureau, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 & 2010 Censuses.
Prepared by the Community Service Council
44%
4%
0%
126th
11%
11%
96th
19%
32%
2%
44%
82%
81%
81%
0%
26%
20% 0%
90%
0% 0%
62%
10%
8%
0%
20%
49th W
52%
Admiral
12% 0%
18%
35%
28%
0%
49%
23%
9%
47%
21%
20%
34% 47%
55%
32%
47% 19%
35% 33%
0% 0%
0%
17%
66%
34%
50%
10%
52% 4%
0%
48% 46%
40%
42%
34%
0%
0%
28%
0%
25%
0%
0%
42%
7%
35%
13%
8%
8%
15%
0%
0%
39%
35%
0%
38%
0%
0%
0%
2%
82% 52% 10%
Percent in Poverty
0%
17%
0%
10 to 24%
11%
0%
61st
7%
15%
Less than 10%
48%
45%
11%
13%
3%
14%
29%
5%
0%
15%
26%
0%
11%
26%
5%
0%
91st
0%
21%
10%
121st
8%
33 to 49%
48%
151st
50% or more
10%
City of Tulsa
161st E
14%
129th E
181st
145th E
Mingo
Garnett
Sheridan
Yale
Memorial
Peoria
12%
Union
Elwood
Poverty rate, or percent in poverty, is
calculated as: number of persons in
poverty / total persons x 100.
37%
8%
4%
6%
0%
0%
2%
25 to 32%
0%
193rd E
81st W
65th W
97th W
113th W
Pine
59% 27%
0%
39% 40% 13%
44%
69% 28% 63%
69%
33rd W
In the City of Tulsa, an
estimated 10,131 children
under age 5 live in
poverty, for a rate of
35.5%.
17%
63%
12%
26%
Apache
31st
0%
65%
35%
0%
36th
63%
28%
177th E
16%
63%
An estimated 11,872
children under age 5
live in poverty in Tulsa
County, for a rate of
27.6%.
100%
32%
100%
100% 13% 28% 65% 57%
33%
42%
38% 24%
49% 33%
100%
81%
4%
27%
70%
The 2012 poverty threshold
for a family of 3 is $19,090.
37%
66th
Lewis
Harvard
(Labels represent
estimated percent in
poverty)
16%
7%
42%
76%
Note: Census tract-level data estimates used for this map are based on a sample survey, and due to the small
geographic area, margins of error are high. Data estimates shown for Tulsa County and the City of Tulsa have
relatively low margins of error.
Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-10 American Community Survey.
Prepared by the Community Service Council with support from the Metropolitan Human Services Commission (3/15/12)
Population change/distribution does not favor
growth of Tulsa or Oklahoma
 Aging population is creating a 20 year dilemma
of policy, housing, and poverty
 Race and ethnicity is more culturally diverse
with minority population less educated and less
healthy
 Living arrangements indicate fewer marriages,
and more dependence on extended family
 Income instability indicates declining middle
class and more poverty particularly among our
children

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