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LOGAN COUNTY
DEMOGRAPHICS
Population is:

Households (2010):
Median Home Value
Unemployment Rate:
Per Capita Personal Income:
Median Household Income:
Average Household Income:
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Labor Force:
Labor Force Within 30 Mi:
Labor Force Within 45 Mi:

Median Age:

Race and Ethnicity:
White:
American Indian:
Black:
Hispanic:
45,276

15,383
106,600
5.3
$23,348
$60,883
$67,890
$26,246

18,299
635,240
915,142

37.3


82%
3%
10%
3.2%
HOUSING:
Total Housing Units:
Owner Occupied Single Family Units:
Renter Occupied:



TAX STRUCTURE
Oklahoma was listed by the Tax Foundation
as having the seventh lowest state and local
tax burden per capita for 2005 and is among
the lowest "cost of doing business" states
in the country.


County Sales Tax:
State Sales Tax:
State Corporate Tax Rate:
State Personal Income Tax:
Unemployment @ $9,100
1%
4.5%
6.0%
6.25%
01%
EDUCATION:
Educational opportunities abound with ten
institutions of higher education located
within easy access. Logan County communities
offer an excellent preparatory education base to
students for higher education and vocational
training.



Guthrie Public Schools
Crescent Public Schools
Coyle Public Schools
Cashion Public Schools
Mulhall/Orlando

Vocational Training Schools:
Frances Tuttle Career Tech and
Meridian Tech Center within 30 Mi

Colleges and Universities within 45 Min Drive:

University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
Rose State College, Midwest City
Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond
University of Oklahoma, Norman
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Southern Nazarene University, Bethany
OU Health Science Center, Oklahoma City
Langston University, Langston
OSU / OKC, Oklahoma City
ENROLLMENT
3,280
595
387
525
244
Logan County is located in central Oklahoma 30
miles north of downtown Oklahoma City and is part of the
Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area. I-35 travels through
Logan County and offers easy access and a convenient
transportation corridor to I-44 & I-40.

MAJOR HIGHWAYS:
I-35  /  State Hwy 33  /  State Hwy 77  /  30 Mi S to I-40

GUTHRIE-EDMOND REGIONAL AIRPORT:
Located in Guthrie, seven miles north of Edmond,
this facility is governed by an Interlocal Governmental
Agreement between the City of Edmond and the
City of Guthrie. More than $6 million dollars have
been invested in this airport by the FAA, Oklahoma
Aeronautics Commission, the City of Guthrie and the
City of Edmond over the past seven years. Significant
capital improvements include a jet capable 5,200 ft.
runway, taxiways, lighting and a new terminal building.
Currently, more than 100 aircraft are based at the airport
along with several aviation companies. Guthrie-Edmond
Regional Airport is also a designated Foreign Trade Zone.



WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORT:
Located 45 minutes south, in Oklahoma City, this airport
serves all commercial travel for the area. Operating three
runways, Will Rogers can accommodate any size aircraft.
Commercial carriers at Will Rogers average about 85
departures per day. Will Rogers is home to 67 companies
including the FAA's Mike Moroney Aeronautical Center.

RAIL TRANSPORTATION:
Burlington Northern / Santa Fe Freight Service

MOTOR FREIGHT:
Ten motor freight companies serve Logan County either
daily or as needed.

WATER TRANSPORTATION:
The Port of Catoosa is 94 miles northeast of Logan County
on the Arkansas River and is connected via the Arkansas
River to the Mississippi River and The Gulf of Mexico.

FIRST CAPITAL TROLLEY:
30 + vehicles serve the Logan County area providing
Historic Routes in Guthrie and a variety of On Demand
Services for residents.
Logan County
is such a great
place to live the
good life of
agribusiness
that even this
Llama feels at
home on the
range with a
herd of
Oklahoma
Cattle!
15,383
78%
20%
LOGAN
COUNTY
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