Demographics

 

The estimated 2015 population of the Greater Prescott Region is 98,483. This figure includes the only four incorporated communities of the City of Prescott, and the towns of Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and Dewey-Humboldt. It does not include unincorporated areas of Yavapai County, such as Paulden, Ash Fork, and Mayer. The overall population of the region is estimated at just under 130,000 residents. 

Of the 98,483 figure, 41,982 or 43% are between the ages of 20 and 59. Nearly 90% of the population is White, Hispanics comprise nearly 14% of the total population, with Blacks and other ethnicities making up the remaining 6%.

There are 43,527 households in the region with 42% of the households reporting an annual household income of $50,000 or more. Just over 67% of the population own their homes and most households (42%) consist of two persons. For those indviduals aged 25 and older, 65% have some level of education beyond high school with 26% obtaining a bachelors or graduate degree.

By clicking on the " Communites Icon" below, you can  can generate a series of demographic or labor reports on each of the four communities as well as the Greater Prescott Region.