Mohave County, Arizona


Mohave County, Arizona
Typical rock formation in Mohave County

Mohave County is in northwest Arizona, against the Nevada and California State Lines, where the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and a major part of the Arizona BLM Strip are.

Mohave County contains 13,312 square miles of land and 158 square miles of water, making Mohave County the 5th largest county in the 48 contiguous states. The county seat is Kingman.

 
Fast Facts about Mohave County, Arizona
Types of Jobs:
Private Sector, wages or salary: 79%
Government Sector: 13%
Unincorporated, Self-Employed: 7%
Homemaker, Unpaid: 1%
Cost of Living Index for Mohave County: 85.8
Median Resident Age: 47.0 Years
2014 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $40,900
Median Home Value: $158,600
Major Industries:
Lodging & Food Services, Entertainment & Recreation, Construction, Health Care, Educational Services, Government, Repair & Maintenance, Finance & Insurance Services, Waste Management Services, Retail Services
 
2010 Population Demographics
Total Population
200,186
Males
100,078
Females
100,108
Population by Age
Under 18
41,265
18 & over
158,921
20-24
9,288
25-34
18,277
35-49
33,662
50-64
46,681
65 & over
46,658
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino
29,569
Non Hispanic or Latino
170,617
Population by Race
White
173,878
African-American
1,882
Asian
2,103
Native American
4,500
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
341
Other
11,989
Two or more
5,493