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Joplin, MO MSA
Map of Joplin, Missouri

Common name: Joplin, Missouri
Largest city Joplin
Other cities  - Carthage
 - Miami
 - Webb City
 - Neosho
 - Carl Junction
Population  Ranked 135th in the U.S.
 - Total 207,488 (2013 Estimate)
Area sq. mi.
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State(s)  Missouri, Oklahoma
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The Joplin, MO MSA, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area now consisting of three counties – Jasper and Newton counties – in southwest Missouri and Ottawa County, OK – in extreme northeast Oklahoma, all anchored by the city of Joplin. The addition of Ottawa County was officially added to the Joplin Metropolitan area in April of 2013. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 175,518, though as of the 2013 estimates, the population is 207,488.[1]

Counties[]

Missouri[]

Oklahoma[]

Communities[]

Historical populations
Census Pop.
1970 112,746
1980 127,515 13.1%
1990 135,905 6.6%
2000 157,322 15.8%
2010 207,366 31.8%
Est. 2013 207,488 31.9%
U.S. Decennial Census

Communities are categorized based on their populations.

Anchor cities[]

  • Joplin (Principal city) Population: 50,789
  • Miami (Principal city) Pop: 13,758

Places with 5,000 to 20,000 inhabitants[]

  • Carthage Pop: 14,232
  • Neosho Pop: 12,157
  • Webb City Pop: 10,989
  • Carl Junction Pop: 7,551

Places with 1,000 to 4,999 inhabitants[]

  • Commerce Pop: 2,505
  • Oronogo Pop: 2,344
  • Seneca Pop: 2,406
  • Granby Pop: 2,144
  • Carterville Pop: 1,847
  • DuquesnePop: 1,732
  • Duenweg Pop: 1,311
  • Sarcoxie Pop: 1,299
  • Fairland Pop: 1,074
  • Afton Pop: 1,056

Places with 500 to 999 inhabitants[]

  • Diamond Pop: 926
  • Jasper Pop: 909
  • Quapaw Pop: 909
  • Airport Drive Pop: 834
  • Loma Linda Pop: 763
  • Leawood Pop: 683
  • Silver Creek Pop: 631 (Annexed to Joplin in August 2012)
  • Alba Pop: 542

Places with less than 500 inhabitants[]

  • Purcell Pop: 396
  • Fairview Pop: 383
  • North Miami Pop: 378
  • Wyandotte Pop: 339
  • Shoal Creek Drive Pop: 337
  • Saginaw Pop: 303
  • Carytown Pop: 268
  • Fidelity Pop: 248
  • Newtonia Pop: 203
  • Asbury Pop: 199
  • Neck City Pop: 184
  • Stella Pop: 161
  • Redings Mill Pop: 154
  • Wentworth Pop: 150
  • Stark City Pop: 142
  • Peoria Pop: 134
  • Avilla Pop: 124
  • Grand Falls Plaza Pop: 116
  • La Russell Pop: 113
  • Narcissa Pop: 100
  • Brooklyn Heights Pop: 99
  • Shoal Creek Estates Pop: 98
  • Reeds Pop: 94
  • Dotyville Pop: 87
  • Waco Pop: 86
  • Ritchey Pop: 83
  • Dennis Acres Pop: 77
  • Cliff Village Pop: 41

Unincorporated places[]

  • Dudenville
  • Hornet
  • Kendricktown
  • Maxville
  • Midway (Annexed to Joplin in 1987)
  • Oakland Park (Annexed to Webb City in 1996)
  • Racine
  • Scotland
  • Spring City
  • Sunnyvale (Annexed to Joplin in 1987)
  • Tipton Ford
  • Wanda
  • Chitwood
  • Gateway Drive
  • Iron Gates
  • Monark Springs

Ghost Towns[]

  • Picher
  • Cardin

Education[]

The Joplin, Missouri Metropolitan area is served by many different school districts such as the following:

  • Joplin School District
  • Carthage School District
  • Miami, OK School District
  • Webb City School District
  • Carl Junction School District
  • Sarcoxie School District
  • Neosho School District
  • Seneca School District
  • Jasper School District
  • Westview School District
  • Avilla School District
  • East Newton School District
  • Diamond School District

Demographics (Previous Joplin Metropolitan Statistical Area)[]

As of the census[2] of 2010, there were 175,518 people, 64,286 households, and 44,270 families residing within the MSA. The racial makeup of the MSA was 93.5% White, 1.5% African American, 1.6% Native American, 1.0% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 1.45% from other races, and 2.23% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.2% of the population. For ever 100 females there are 95.3 males.

The median income for a household in the MSA was $37,158, and the median income for a family was $44,564. Males had a median income of $29,315 versus $20,883 for females.

See also[]

References[]

http://2010.census.gov/2010census/popmap/


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