Demographic Statistics for Owasso, OK


Owasso, Oklahoma is one of the fastest growing cities in the state, adding roughly 1,000-1,200 new residents annually. Since the last U.S. census, Owasso's population has grown 17.4%. Median age of the population is 33.5, one of the youngest populations in the region. Demographics point to a growing family population in their prime consumer-purchasing years, a positive for retail attraction but also for industry seeking an agile workforce.

Owasso Population Growth

Population Annual%
Growth
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2019 Est.
2019 (Est.) 36,957 0.7%
2018 (Est.) 36,722 1.4%
2017 (Est.) 36,215 0.6%
2016 (Est.) 35,968 2.9%
2015 (Est.) 34,636 3.5%
2014 (Est.) 33,875 4.0%
2013 (Est.) 32,533 3.3%
2012 (Est.) 31,487 1.4%
2011 (Est.) 31,026 3.6%
2010 29,915 3.8%
2000 18,502
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2019

Owasso Population
Age Groups

  • 19 & younger: 29.8%
  • 20-54: 48.2%
  • 55-64: 10.6%
  • 65+: 11.4%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2019

Labor Force
Owasso & Surroundings

Owasso Rogers Co. Tulsa Co. Tulsa MSA
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2020
Labor Force 19,255 44,897 324,010 481,838
Employed 18,117 42,291 302,728 450,781
Unemployed 1,078 2,606 21,282 31,057
UE Rate 5.6% 5.8% 6.6% 6.4%

Owasso Commuting Patterns Inflow/Outflow Job Counts (primary jobs)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2018
Employed in Owasso 9,623
Employed in Owasso but living outside 8,121
Living in Owasso 13,459
Living in Owasso but employed outside 11,907
Employed and Living in Owasso 1,552