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Cook County, Georgia has an average elevation of 246 feet above sea level. The county spans 249 acres of land including 6 acres of surface water.
|Number of households||6,395|
|Average home value||$86,200|
|Average Income per household||$28,657|
|Average Number of persons per household||3|
|Mailing Zip Codes||4|
|Number of businesses||301|
|Number of employees||2,545|
|Female population||8,471 women.|
|Median age females||39 years.|
|Male population||8,471 men.|
|Median age males||36 years.|
|Median Age||37 years.|
|White population||12,010 people.|
|Black population||4,611 people.|
|Hispanic population||1,023 people.|
|Hawaiian population||17 people.|
|Indian population||94 people.|
|Other population||679 people.|
|City Name||Population (people)||Elevation (feet)||Land Area (acres)||Water Area (acres)|
4 Cities are located within Cook County, GA