The majority of the southeastern quadrant of Rogers County has shown a 5% or more increase in population from the 2000 to the 2010 census. Rogers County, with a 2010 population of 86,905, had a 23 percent increase since 2000, according to Census Bureau figures. The proximity of Rogers County to job centers such as Tulsa and the Port of Catoosa as well as the affordable housing has likely driven much of the growth in the past decade. Also contributing to the exceptional growth is that part of Owasso, one of the state's fastest-growing cities, lies within Rogers County.
Rogers County is expected to continue to grow rapidly over the next five years as indicated by the map below. The majority of the county is projected to grow 5 percent or more over the next 5 years. These rates would exceed those seen in the past decade and continue to make Rogers County one of the fastest growing in the state.
The average household income in Rogers County in 2011 is $69,146, and the projected average household income for 2016 is $79,240. In 2011, 58.60% of the household had an income over $50,000 indicating a considerable amount of disposable income in the county.
The southern region of Rogers County is densely populated with college educated residents, especially in the regions surrounding Owasso and Claremore. The majority of the population in the Owasso, Catoosa and Claremore regions are engaged in white collar occupations including positions in Management, Business, Financial Operations, Professional, Sales and Office.
To see information on the specific communities located within Rogers County, including Catoosa, Chelsea, Claremore, Inola, Oologah and Verdigris, please view the complete Rogers County Demographic Profile.
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