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Custer County, Colorado has an average elevation of 7,888 feet above sea level. The county spans 744 acres of land including 1 acres of surface water.
|Number of households||1,924|
|Average home value||$162,300|
|Average Income per household||$45,558|
|Average Number of persons per household||2|
|Mailing Zip Codes||2|
|Number of businesses||139|
|Number of employees||573|
|Female population||2,190 women.|
|Median age females||53 years.|
|Male population||2,190 men.|
|Median age males||53 years.|
|Median Age||53 years.|
|White population||4,108 people.|
|Black population||51 people.|
|Hispanic population||193 people.|
|Hawaiian population||0 people.|
|Indian population||88 people.|
|Other population||45 people.|
|City Name||Population (people)||Elevation (feet)||Land Area (acres)||Water Area (acres)|
2 Cities are located within Custer County, CO