DEMOGRAPHICS

  • Population 2016

    • Moore – 61,415
    • Cleveland County – 278,655
    • Oklahoma – 3,923,561

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau

  • Household

    • Housing Units (2010) – 21,444
    • Homeownership rate (2011-2015) – 71.6%
    • Median value of owner-occupied housing units – $124,100
    • Median household income (2011-2015) – $58,169

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau

  • Climate

    • Annual high temperature – 72.2°
    • Annual low temperature – 50.8°

    Source: U.S. Climate Data, Oklahoma City

  • Taxes 2016

    Sales Tax

    • City of Moore – 3.75%
    • Cleveland County – 0.25%
    • State of Oklahoma – 4.5%

    Source: Oklahoma Tax Commission

    Property Tax (dollars per thousand dollars)

    • Cleveland County – $10.28
    • Moore Schools – $75.69
    • City of Moore – $14.67
    • Moore Norman Technology – $18.90
    • Pioneer Library System – $6.11
    • Cleveland County Health – $2.57

    Source: Cleveland County Treasurer, 2016

  • Education

    • High school graduate or higher,
    •    percent of persons 25+ (2011-2015)                                            91.0%
    • Bachelor’s degree of higher,
    •    percent of persons 25+ (2011-2015)                                            22.7%

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau

  • Unemployment Rate

    • Oklahoma City MSA – 3.5%
    • Texas – 5.0%
    • United States – 4.4%

    Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2017

    Employment by Industry (10 mile radius)

    • Agricultural, Forestry, Fishing (SIC 01-09) – 1,293
    • Mining (SIC 10-14) – 3,056
    • Construction (SIC 15-17) – 8,069
    • Manufacturing (SIC 20-39) – 11,931
    • Transportation (SIC 40-49) – 6,881
    • Wholesale Trade (SIC 50-51) – 5,679
    • Retail Trade (SIC 52-59) – 44,089
    • Finance, Insurance and Real Estate (SIC 60-69) – 8,050
    • Services (SIC 70-89) – 70,047
    • Public Administration (SIC 90-98) – 12,844
    • Unclassified (SIC 99) – 848

    Source: OKCEDIS, Applied Geographic Solutions, 2016

  • Transportation

    • Highways
      • Interstate 35, State Highway 37 within the city limits of Moore. Interstate 44 is also within the Moore School District boundaries which encompass south Oklahoma City.
    • Railroads
      • BNSF Railroad travels through the city of limits of Moore, no outlets available.
    • Airports
      • Will Rogers World Airport – Located within 12 miles with 3 major runways, strong mix of commercial, freight, military, corporate and general aviation activity. Host to 6 commercial carriers

    Distance to Major Cities (in miles)

    • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (downtown) – 11
    • Tulsa, Oklahoma – 113.5
    • Dallas, Texas – 195.5
    • Kansas City, Kansas – 360.3

    Source: Moore Chamber of Commerce