Navajo County, Arizona


  • The old Navajo County Courthouse in Holbrook, now a museum
  • Standin' on the Corner Park in Winslow
  • Petrified National Forest

Navajo County is in northeastern Arizona and includes parts of the Navajo, Hopi and Fort Apache Indian Reservations.

Navajo County contains 9,953 square miles of land and 6 square miles of water. The county seat is Holbrook. A major part of the county is included in the Navajo Indian Reservation. Another major part in Petrified Forest National Park.

 
Fast Facts about Navajo County, Arizona
Types of Jobs:
Private Sector, wages or salary: 62%
Government Sector: 30%
Unincorporated, Self-Employed: 7%
Homemaker, Unpaid: 1%
Population Density: 11 People per Square Mile
Cost of Living Index for Navajo County: 85.3
Median Resident Age: 34.0 Years
2014 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $34,550
Median Home Value: $144,000
Major Industries:
Educational Services, Construction, Health Care, Government, Lodging & Food Services, Transportation Services, Social Services, Retail Services, Agriculture, Utilities
 
2010 Population Demographics
Total Population
107,449
Males
53,777
Females
53,672
Population by Age
Under 18
31,973
18 & over
75,476
20-24
6,769
25-34
11,935
35-49
19,015
50-64
20,099
65 & over
14,241
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino
11,571
Non Hispanic or Latino
95,878
Population by Race
White
52,972
African-American
938
Asian
580
Native American
46,611
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
75
Other
3,625
Two or more
2,648