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Who is tulsa ? The Changing population of the City of Tulsa and Tulsa county

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  1. Who is tulsa?The Changing population of the City of Tulsa and Tulsa county August 2, 2012 Prepared by the Community Service Council Supported by the Metropolitan Human Services Commission

  2. Community service council (csc) • 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.

  3. Metropolitan human services commission (mhsc) 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)

  4. overview • 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 OVERVIEW

  5. POPULATION TRENDS

  6. POPULATION TRENDS

  7. POPULATION TRENDS

  8. 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 TulsaKey Trends: Total Population POPULATION TRENDS

  9. Census tracts of total population gain and loss: 2000 to 2010 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) POPULATION TRENDS

  10. 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 POPULATION TRENDS

  11. 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 RACE AND ETHNICITY

  12. 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 RACE AND ETHNICITY

  13. 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 RACE AND ETHNICITY

  14. RACE AND ETHNICITY

  15. RACE AND ETHNICITY

  16. AGE

  17. AGE

  18. highest concentrations of persons age 65+ in tulsa county, 2010 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+ All but one of these high concentration census tracts lie within the City of Tulsa Tulsa is home to 48,839 persons age 65+, 22% of whom (10,825) live in these 15 tracts ( 12%) (Population 65+ labeled) AGE

  19. AGE

  20. Estimated percentage of children under age 5 Living in Poverty, 2006-10 An estimated 11,872 children under age 5 live in poverty in Tulsa County, for a rate of 27.6%. In the City of Tulsa, an estimated 10,131 children under age 5 live in poverty, for a rate of 35.5%. (Labels represent estimated percent in poverty) INCOME INSTABILITY

  21. Conclusion • 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 OVERVIEW