Demographics

Norman Economic Development Coalition

Demographics

Norman’s demographic data characterize the city’s population and are used to evaluate various factors relating to living standards.  These factors include housing value and homeownership, cost of living and income, work environment and employment status, educational attainment, as well as transportation and mobility of Norman residents.  The data that follow can play an informative role if you are aspiring to take advantage of business opportunities in the area or are considering relocating a family.

Norman, OK: 124,034Cleveland County: 281,669Oklahoma City MSA: 1,383,737
Source: City of Norman 2018 Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2018 Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2018

 

 
Educational AttainmentPercentage
High School Diploma: 92.6%
Bachelor’s degree or higher: 42.1%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2017
IncomeAnnual Amount
Median Income per Household in 2017: $53,733
Median Family Income in 2015: $51,491
Median Family Income in 2012: $70,094
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2017
Employment 
Unemployment Rate: 2.73%
Unemployed workers willing to work: 1,720
Workers Underemployed: 12,131
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics 2019
HousingAnnually
Total Number of Housing Units: 51,565
Median Year Structure was Built: 1984
Median Value of Housing Units: $169,700
Median Sales Price: $170,000
Median Rent: $835
Median Real Estate Tax: $2,406
Average Days on Market: 56
Source: Cleveland County Assessor 2018, MLSOK Annual Report 2018, U.S. Census Bureau 2017
District EnrollmentAnnually
Elementary: 8,061
Middle School: 3,573
High School: 4,655
Total Students: 16,289
Source: Norman Public Schools, Fall 2019