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Okeechobee County Summary

Okeechobee County, Florida has an average elevation of 29 feet above sea level. The county spans 1,311 acres of land including 33 acres of surface water.

County population 43,841
Number of households 15,642
Average home value $81,000
Average Income per household $24,494
Average Number of persons per household 2
Mailing Zip Codes 3
Number of businesses 765
Number of employees 6,418
Female population 23,417 women.
Median age females 27 years.
Male population 23,417 men.
Median age males 26 years.
Median Age 26 years.
White population 34,852 people.
Black population 3,496 people.
Hispanic population 9,782 people.
Hawaiian population 65 people.
Indian population 1,181 people.
Other population 4,661 people.
City Name Population (people) Elevation (feet) Land Area (acres) Water Area (acres)
OKEECHOBEE 43,841 29 1311.19 33.36

1 Cities are located within Okeechobee County, FL

Zip Code Population (people) Elevation (feet) Land Area (acres) Water Area (acres)
34972 20,180 29 909.62 12.32
34974 23,661 29 401.57 21.04

3 Zip codes are located within Okeechobee County, FL

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